Small Business Susan

Entries from March 2011 ↓

Cloud versus reality

Intuit, Team Up to Target Small Businesses – Digits – WSJ: of the cloud Letter From Kiran Patel | Intuit Community: reality. Gotta build out those data centers guys if you want all of your clients up in cloud computing.

Yea my title_url menu extension is working again With EXTREME thanks to Ramesh Srinivasan I have my Title_url menu extension working again (yea I’m a happy camper) Hey Susan,Recently I had an update on this from an IE MVP. I’ve tested his solutionand it works fine in IE9.>From Socrates (Soc) Trikes, IE MVP<quote>I have received the following response from the IE team.  […]

KBs for SBS 2011 Essentials

KBs for SBS 2011 Essentials A Scheduled Server Backup May Take An Excessive Amount of Time Load Driver Fails to Find an Appropriate Driver File Unable to Send Email Notification for Alerts Remote Web Access File Sharing Gadget Search Results May Be Inconsistent on Fareast Language Versions of the Server Bare […]

Ask to Microsoft – how about better help getting IE9 deployed? So that says IE9 will be starting to be offered up around June-ish on Windows update.  One thing I’d recommend to Microsoft is that they provide some sort of better way to get help for IE9 issues. I’ll give you an example.  I use …or rather…used to use a browser script that added a […]

Prob not an issue – Update rollup 3

Unless you had a real strong need for Exchange 2007 sp3 update rollup 3 and went out of your way to download it, this blog post is interesting to read, but one that you don’t need to take action on since the update NEVER was released on Microsoft Update or WSUS and only available for […]

SBS 2011 Essentials setups – setting up a domain name

Here’s where the wizard of SBS Essentials is different than SBS 2011 Standard. You see in SBS Essentials YOU MUST have a third party cert OR park your domain under their domain in order to have remote access.  You ARE NOT allowed to use self signed certs. You turn on remote access and it […]

Essentials step – moving the data

Moving the data over. Remember on this step of the migration from SBS 2003 to SBS 2011 Essentials you re moving over the file shares. But before you get to this point make sure that you’ve contacted your vendors that they support x64bit servers.  Granted if your line of business application is so old that […]

SBS 2011 Essentials Readies for Release The blog The forum So what does this mean for you?  It means that SBS Essentials is now ready to go to the OEMs, in a little bit it will be on Technet for Action pack and then after that able to be sold to your customers. What should you be doing right now?  […]

Essentials migration steps – import server into the dashboard

To import the Destination Server into the Dashboard 1.   Open a Command Prompt window as an administrator. For more information, see To open a Command Prompt window as an Administrator. 2.   Change directory to c:\program files\windows server\bin 3.   Type wsspowershell.exe, and then press ENTER. 4.   Type add-wsslocalmachinecert, and then press ENTER. 5.   Reboot the Destination […]

Essentials migration steps – adding a user the script way

Since I’ve been blogging on migrating from SBS 2003 to SBS essentials a new version of the document came out.$Microsoft+Download+Center$ This one includes a script to add users to the console To use a script to import users into the Dashboard 1.   On the Destination Server, open Notepad and copy the following text into […]