Documentation Update: Deploying Windows Mobile 5.0 with Windows Small Business Server 2003

A while back, we heard from a few of our loyal customers who mentioned that they could not use the instructions in the subject document to successfully install a certificate on their mobile devices. It turns out that some rather key information was missing from the doc. So allow us to extend a hearty thank you to the vocal minority! We…

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New Documentation: Configure Wireless Networking on Windows Small Business Server 2003

I don’t know about you, but I’ve been dying for this doc to become available. I run SBS as my home network, and I’m tired of being chained to the office when I want to get some work done on the weekend. Now, I can follow the instructions in this doc to implement a wireless…

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Meet the SBS Docs Team!

It’s been almost two years since we started this blog and it occurs to us that we know more then ever about you, but you know little about us! So in the community spirit, we are kicking off a series of postings that will introduce you to the members of the SBS Documentation Team!  …

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Using the SBS Quick Start Poster

We’ve entered the planning phase for the next batch of Windows SBS product releases, and we’re interested in hearing from those of you who received, unfolded, and presumably used the “Quick Start” poster that came in the box with the SBS discs.   Most importantly, do you find the poster useful?  Does it contain information that is helpful to…

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SBS 2003 Help Topics are now available on the Web!

It’s been a long time coming but we have finally published all of the Help Topics found on the server to the Web. That means quick access when you are not sitting at the server, and easier updates when new information becomes available. Some of the topics were updated during the publication process.You will soon…

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How to run Vista RC1 on SBS 2003

Check it out!  Client Deployment guru (and former Doc Team leader) Becky has put together a guide to help you join a Vista RC1 client to a Windows SBS 2003 network.   It is conveniently posted to Sean Daniel’s blog for your enjoyment!    And while you’re perusing the latest and greatest, don’t forget to stop…

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Just the FAQ’s maam. Just the FAQ’s.

Just when you think you have something nailed, you discover what the claw-end of a hammer is for. Case in point. Early this summer, we (as a product group) went through a vigorous exercise to review all of the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s) on the Windows SBS Web site. We did this to 1) update…

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We’re listening! Deploying Windows Mobile 5.0 on Windows SBS

Jason writes: “Will there be an edit to the WM5 on SBS documentation in the *very* near future? It’s just dead wrong in the Copy certificate to the device section (p 18). The certificate needs to be exported from the server, imported to the device (use a .cer file), instead. your proposed method works in…

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Day 3 at the WPC. Steve Oliver Reports

Today’s keynote by Andy Lees, Corporate Vice President, Server and Tools Marketing, had a pronounced emphasis on Windows SBS 2003 R2. Andy played a crazy video clip spoof on “The Davinci Code” that was all about the “Green Check” that got a chuckle out of most people in attendance. My role today was to assist…

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New Docs Available for SBS 2003 R2!

It’s official! SBS 2003 R2 is now available! And to accompany the release of R2, we have posted several new docs to help you learn about, install, and use this enhanced version of SBS 2003. The new docs include:  How to install the Windows SBS 2003 R2 Technologies How to install ISA 2004 with SP1 on Windows SBS 2003…

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