New Documentation: Adding and Running Multiple Servers on Windows SBS

A short quiz. (no grades will be given)

  1. Did you know that you can run one or more additional servers on a Windows SBS network?

  2. Do you know what role additional server's play in a Windows SBS environment?

  3. Do you know the steps to take to successfully install, configure, and manage additional servers on a Windows SBS network?

How did you do? Did you answer no to any of these questions? Well if you did, we're pleased to announce that we have just published a couple of long awaited papers that will help bring you up to speed on the subject.

For an overview of how some small companies employ additional servers in their business, read Running Multiple Servers in a Windows Small Business Server Environment. This paper discusses customer environments, relevant Microsoft technologies, and integration scenarios that can help you plan your network deployments. 

Already have a scenario in mind? Ready to take the next step? The Step-by-Step Guide to Adding and Managing Additional Servers in a Windows Small Business Server Network will help you get up and running. This paper guides you through the processes of configuring the Windows SBS server, connecting the server to the domain, and managing the new server using the Windows SBS management console.

Follow the links for immediate access to the docs. They will also be posted to the Windows SBS Product Documentation Web site sometime in the next few days.


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