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Small Business Server 2003: How to Install Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 on SBS 2003

LearnSharePoint.com – How to Configure a WSS 3.0 Parallel Installation on Windows SBS 2003:
http://www.learnsharepoint.com/VideoTutorials/SharePoint-Tutorials/1301/How-to-Configure-WSS-3-0-Parallel-Installation-on.aspx
 


LearnSharePoint.com – Part 1 – Small Business Server 2003: How to Install Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 on SBS 2003:
http://www.learnsharepoint.com/VideoTutorials/SharePoint-Tutorials/1283/Part-1-Small-Business-Server-2003-How-to-Install.aspx
 


LearnSharePoint.com – Part 2 – Small Business Server 2003: How to Install Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 on SBS 2003:
http://www.learnsharepoint.com/VideoTutorials/TechnicalTrainingVideo1284.aspx


Just a reminder that the official supported info is here:


The Official SBS Blog : WSS v3.0 Installation on SBS 2003:
http://blogs.technet.com/sbs/archive/2006/11/30/wss-v3-0-installation-on-sbs-2003.aspx



2 comments ↓

  • #   Robert Crane on 12.12.07 at 10:59 pm     

    Susan,

    Can I also point people towards a recent article I wrote about installing Sharepoint on SBS 2003: http://www.saturnalliance.com.au/assets/68/files/installwss3.pdf

    and also my Supportweb website : http://supportweb.ciaops.net.au which has lots of Sharepoint & SBS2003 info. I also have similiar videos on installing Sharepoint at http://www.youtube.com/saturnalliance

    There are some interesting points to note when you install Sharepoint, as the method in which the data is stored and limitations that may be incurred are very dependent on how you do the initial installation. There are also some other “options” rather than the “standard” Microsoft way in my opinion.

    Thanks
    Robert Crane
    Saturn Alliance


  • #   James on 12.13.07 at 8:55 am     

    Is it worth it to upgrade to 3.0 if you can only have a parallel site? That would seem for most users to be a PITA. Especially since they’re just getting used to version 2!

    They should come out with an official upgrade to 3.0 for SBS.