Small Business Susan

Entries from September 2012 ↓

So how do we license that thing?

So how do we LICENSE that HyperV replica. Good question…. that everyone seems to be tap dancing around and not answering. For the children, it appears that you do not need to purchase two licenses — but I’m going to bet that you will need cold server rights in order to make this legal. […]

Want to know how to set up replica?

Check out Boon’s post: How to set up Hyper-V Replica for Small Businesses | PowerBiz Solutions:

Getting a bit of a wired connection where there was none Western Digital WD Livewire Powerline AV Network Kit: Electronics: Digital WD Livewire Powerline AV Network Kit Review – Watch CNET’s Video Review#!:!So I have my cable modem installed upstairs and wanted a wired connection downstairs.  While there is an ethernet jack on the back of the Motorola digital set top box downstairs, […]

Connecting Win8 to SBS 2008 after the install of the latest update rollup

Couple of tips to get the Windows 8 to connect to the server using the connect wizard. 1.  Don’t use the metro browser to connect computers to the server, use the traditional old fashioned IE 10. 2.  You’ll need to enable .net 3.5 to get it to work 3.  Go into programs and features and […]

Update rollup for SBS 2008 and SBS 2011

Update Rollup 3 for Windows Small Business Server 2011 Standard and Update Rollup 6 for Windows Small Business Server 2008 Available Now – The Windows Server Essentials and Small Business Server Blog – Site Home – TechNet Blogs: you need these update rollups right away? If you have SBS 2008 – only if you […]

EMET part three – doing the startup script Following this… we build a start up script for our EMET to take effect Group Policy object/Computer Configuration/Policies/Windows Settings/Scripts (Startup/Shutdown) Pick Startup In the details pane, double-click Startup. In the Startup Properties dialog box, click Add. In the Add a Script dialog box, do the following: In Script Name, type the path to the […]

Another way to do EMET

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EMET part two – setting up the group policy files

So we’ve installed EMET on one computer.  We then take the EMET files from the following subdirectory   And we place them in the following directory up on our server The EMET.admx file goes in c:\Windows\PolicyDefinitions folder The EMET.adml goes in the c:\windows\policydefinitions\en-us Now we go into Group policy console and find our EMET settings. […]

Active Directory videos from TechEd AU

What’s New in Active Directory in Windows Server 2012 | TechEd Australia 2012 | Channel 9: What you Need to Know to Successfully Recover Active Directory | TechEd Australia 2012 | Channel 9:

Exchange 2013 videos from TechEd AU

Exchange Server 2013 Architecture Deep Dive | TechEd Australia 2012 | Channel 9: The New Exchange – Archiving and Compliance | TechEd Australia 2012 | Channel 9: Exchange Server 2013 High Availability and Site Resilience | TechEd Australia 2012 | Channel 9: