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  • Blog Post: New look for TechNet sites

    The next time you visit a Microsoft TechNet site like the Windows SBS TechCenter , enjoy the freshly redesigned TechCenter pages and other improved features. We think it’s a great improvement in the experience. Some comments from around our team: “This is definitely very cool.“ “A nice fresh new...
  • Blog Post: Great utility to create help files from content available in TechNet libraries

    File this one under Cool Tools ! Package This is a neat little program that enables you to select topics from the Table of Contents in either the TechNet Library or the MSDN Library, and build the selected content into Help (.chm and .hxs) files. This can be really useful if you find yourself visiting...
  • Blog Post: Are you in the know? Watch this screencast to discover how you can share your knowledge!

    Sure. We're good at what we do. We love to help you learn about how our software works and how you can use it in your organization! But let's face it. We're great with the nuts and bolts, but you work with our systems every day! Most of you know more about the in's-and-out's, pro's-and-con's, and if...
  • Blog Post: Tip: Using Site: Query Feature to Narrow Search Results

    Scenario You want to find information about Remote Web Workplace in SBS 2008. You use Google or Live Search and enter the search terms "remote web workplace" (in quotes). Lots of potentially useful links show up but you want the authoritative documentation from Microsoft. Here's a simple and easy way...
  • Blog Post: Remote Access on a Budget, Virtually

    The SBS writing team supports a non-profit office near us that uses SBS. They are avid users of Remote Web Workplace (RWW); using it to connect to their office PCs and work from home. "What a great SBS feature!" Recently, some folks wanted to remote in to PCs in the office but all the PCs were in use...
  • Blog Post: The Case of the Missing TOC!

    Maybe not a best-seller, but I thought this was interesting enough to share. I had this horrible affliction. I was rummaging around in the Windows SBS Technical Library , and all of a sudden, the Table of Contents disappeared ! What happened? What did I do? Did I break something? I search frantically...
  • Blog Post: Putting Vista clients to sleep on your SBS network

    Ok. You've had a long day at the office and you just want the Vista clients on your network to go to sleep! But no. They just want to stay awake and play when you leave the office. You've tried fiddling with the power settings, but you're not getting the results you expect. Why does this happen? And...
  • Blog Post: I want to use Root Hints instead of DNS forwarders

    Last month when the SBS MVPs were on campus for the MVP Summit, Susan Bradley mentioned how the ability to configure DNS in CEICW (Configure E-mail and Internet Connection Wizard) to use root hints instead of DNS forwarders is kind of hidden in the wizard. Well, she’s right (of course!). It’s covered...
  • Blog Post: TIP: How to create screenshots

    A screenshot is an electronic image that captures exactly what someone sees on their computer screen at any given moment. You often see them used in training materials or attached to e-mail messages when someone is trying to explain a computer problem that they are experiencing. Sometimes a screenshot...
  • Blog Post: Back Up Group Policy Settings Quickly and Easily!

    Have you ever made changes to your Group Policy settings and wanted to save them, but the timing didn't coincide with the schedule established for backing up server data? If so, here is a really useful tip! It's easy to back up only the group policy settings on your Windows SBS computer without having...
  • Blog Post: What happens when I run the CEICW?

    Looking for a quick way to find out what settings are configured when you run the Configure E-mail and Internet Connection Wizard (CEICW)? Each time the wizard is run; SBS automatically generates a file that summarizes the configuration details for your network, firewall, secure Web site, and e-mail...
  • Blog Post: Access and Share OS Help Files between Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 Computers

    Happy New Year from the SBS Documentation team! Some of us took a bit of time off in December, others of us worked through the holiday period in support of the content requirements for SBS SP1. The entire team is now back in the saddle working on adding and enhancing content, and helping to improve...
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