Monthly Archives: February 2010

Official SBS Blog – Returning Small Business Server 2008 to a Supported Network Topology

Great post to check out if you are having network issues with your SBS 2008 network! We have seen an increase of instances where customers are experiencing various networking problems because they have altered the networking topology by installing multiple … Continue reading

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PSSBS SQL Lunch & Learn this Saturday, 2/27/2010

Bring your lunch and your SBS related SQL questions this Saturday and join the Puget Sound Small Business Server User Group for our half-day SQL event at Microsoft’s Lincoln Square offices! Information is at the PSSBS Website.

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Windows PowerShell Community Review

Received this request earlier today, so getting the word out! The Windows PowerShell Community Review process is looking for volunteers for our third documentation review cycle – especially beginners and intermediate PowerShell users and people with little or no programming … Continue reading

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ACT! 2010, OpenDNS, & peer-to-peer networks don’t mix.

OpenDNS is an incredble service, and I highly recommend using it. Word of caution though. If you are sharing an ACT! 2010 database across a peer-to-peer network, the computer names will attempt to resolve to the OpenDNS servers (on the … Continue reading

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DSL slower behind your firewall than when attached to the DSL modem?

Great tip from the folks at Calyptix: On DSL connections, if you are experiencing slow Web browsing, or certain Websites and downloads not loading across multiple computers on your network, you might need to change your firewall’s MTU (Maximum Transmission … Continue reading

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