Documentation Available on SBS2003 Service Pack 1 (SP1)

Although, SBS2k3 SP1 is not quite out yet (very soon!)… you might be interested in knowing what changes it brings to the table beforehand. I suggest you check out this document: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=b5846a14-f306-41f0-9d1f-97f615e62adf&displaylang=en I wish to share what my 4 favorite new features are: 1)       Not having to install service packs, updates and a bunch of hotfixes separately (not sure if this is actually a “feature” J). 2)       External Pages of Your Windows SBS Web Site Do Not Appear in Internet Search Results (just click on this link and see how important this is). 3)       Exchange is automatically configured to filter out … Continue reading Documentation Available on SBS2003 Service Pack 1 (SP1)

The SBS Migration Tour – Washington DC on May 19

I’m pleased to announce that we have 2 great presentations in May 19 as part of SBS Migration east coast tour. SBSers Jeff Middleton and Anne Stanton are going to be on Boston, NYC and DC (on May 17, 18 and 19 respectively) presenting the technical and business aspects of SBS migrations. Also, 3 other SBS MVPs (Cal McLennan, Jeff Loucks and myself) and many members of the Baltimore and DC SBS usergroups will be attending this event. We hope to get a lot of people involved… so please “spread the word” and make sure you attend this great event! J You … Continue reading The SBS Migration Tour – Washington DC on May 19