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Author Russel, Charlie.
Title Microsoft Windows Small business server 2003 R2 administrator's companion / Charlie Russel, Sharon Crawford.
Imprint Redmond, Wash. : Microsoft Press, 2006.

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Author Russel, Charlie.
Subject Microsoft Small business server.
Client/server computing.
Alt Name Crawford, Sharon,
Alternate Title ITPro.
Description 1 online resource
polychrome rdacc
Note Title from title screen.
Includes index and link to CD content.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
Summary This comprehensive administrator's reference delivers the details you need to successfully deploy, manage, and support Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003 R2. The authors, experts and MVPs in Microsoft operating systems and server technologies, provide easy-to-follow procedures, practical workarounds, and key troubleshooting tactics for everyday, on-the-job results. Delve into system features and capabilities - and get hands-on insights for implementing messaging and collaboration, Internet access, data storage, printing, faxing, support for line-of-business applications, and end-to-end network administration for your small business. This book covers all Small Business Server 2003 R2 components, including Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2, Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 technology, Microsoft SQL Server 2005, Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2004, Microsoft Office Outlook 2003, and Windows SharePoint technologies, in a single volume, along with time-saving tools, scripts, and a complete eBook on CD.
Contents Cover; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents at a Glance; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; How to Use this Book; What's in This Book; System Requirements; About the Companion CD; Support; Talk to Us; Part I: Preparation and Planning; Chapter 1: Looking at the Big Picture; Features of Windows Small Business Server; Internet and E-Mail Made Easy; Ready-Made Intranet; Quickly Add Users and Computers to the Network; Effortless Remote Access; Services for Mobile Devices; Simple Administration and Management; Fax with Fewer Phone Lines; Enhanced Security; Manage Data Effectively
Manage Storage ResourcesCreate Advanced Web Pages; Online Licensing; Growth Is Good; Restrictions on Windows Small Business Server; A Single Domain Controller; A Single Domain; Client Limit; Summary; Chapter 2: Planning Your SBS Network; Planning the Network Infrastructure; Determining Your Needs; Choosing an Internet Connection; Choosing a Network Type; Choosing Network Devices; Choosing Server Hardware; Choosing Client Hardware and Software; Choosing Naming Conventions; Choosing a Domain Name for the Network; Naming Computers; Planning for Security; Ensuring Physical Security
Securing Client ComputersSecuring Wireless Networks; Securing Internet Firewalls; Summary; Part II :Installation and Setup; Chapter 3: Installing Windows Small Business Server 2003; Planning Partitions; Preparing the Server; Installing Windows Small Business Server; Installing the Operating System; Using the Windows Small Business Server Setup Wizard; Summary; Chapter 4: Upgrading or Migrating to Windows Small Business Server 2003; Choosing Between Upgrading and Migrating; What's Involved in a Conventional Migration; What's Involved in a Swing Migration; Advantages of Swing Migration
Preparing for an UpgradeChecking for Compatibility Issues; Preparing for the Worst; Preparing the Server; Preparing Client Computers; Final Preparation; Performing the Upgrade; Migrating User Permissions; Summary; Chapter 5: Completing the To Do List and Other Post-Installation Tasks; Security Best Practices; Connecting to the Internet; Setting Up a Broadband Connection with a Local Router; Setting Up a Direct Broadband Connection; Setting Up a Broadband Connection with User Authentication (PPPoE); Setting Up a Dial-Up Connection; Configuring the Firewall; Configuring Remote Access
Remote Access via Virtual Private NetworkingRemote Access via Dial-Up; Activating Your Server; Adding Client Access Licenses; Adding Printers; Adding Users and Computers; Configuring Fax Services; Changing Fax Sending and Receiving; Setting Fax Service Properties; Configuring Monitoring; Configuring Backup; Security Basics; Updating Windows Small Business Server; Updating Client Computers; Summary; Part III: Performing the Basic Tasks; Chapter 6: Disk Management; The Search for Disaster Protection; Understanding Disk Terminology; Choosing the Storage Solution for Your Network
ISBN 9780735635364 (electronic bk.)
0735635366 (electronic bk.)
9780735622807 (electronic bk.)
0735622809 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 184962206
Additional Format 0735622809.

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