Configuring Trend CSM

Thanks to Les for this information! False positives are not uncommon, but you are getting way too many. I will say that it does take some time to tweak eManager settings for a given environment. First thing, have you updated your eManager engine and rules ? Do this from within eManager | Update tab – there is an update button. I’m not sure if the automatic update feature is set by default (don’t think so). On the Anti-Spam tab, I’ve got my settings at High, with action Quarantine. You might select low for the first while, and gradually bring it … Continue reading Configuring Trend CSM

Can’t access some web sites

If you or your users are having problems accessing some external web sites, check out these links: 832223 Some DNS Name Queries Are Unsuccessful After You Upgrade Your DNSServerhttp://support.microsoft.com/?id=832223828731 An External DNS Query May Cause an Error Message in Windows Server2003http://support.microsoft.com/?id=828731828263 DNS query responses do not travel through a firewall in WindowsServerhttp://support.microsoft.com/?id=828263

Installing Exchange 2003 SP1

Be sure to install the GZIP patch first:http://blogs.msdn.com/exchange/archive/2004/05/28/143941.aspx Then follow Susan’s notes:http://www.sbslinks.com/exchange.htm After installing Exchange SP1 you may need to make these changes:http://www.sbslinks.com/domain.htm Also, if using RPC over HTTP, be sure to review updated deployment notes that reflect Exchange 2003 SP1:http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=ef58395d-3710-49cf-9698-938e2bef39e8&DisplayLang=en http://blogs.msdn.com/exchange/archive/2004/05/28/143941.aspx

How to use Iomega REV disk for backups

The Backup Wizard won’t write to REV drives b/c IOmega set them to look like CDs, and the Wizard looks at whatever that attribute is. NT Backup looks at the drive just fine, though. Since the Wizard actually configures NT Backup, the best workaround to allow you to use the Rev with the Wizard is: Use the wizard to configure the backup to a hard drive, then open up regedit to: HKLM\software\microsoft\smallbusinessserver\backup and change the key“Backup Location Path” to the Rev Drive. -Eliot

If you have problems joining computer to SBS2003

Built a brand new XP box – joined domain fine… Obviously, problem with old box – seems that what worked fine with W2K may not work so well with SS2k3! Could it be  security issue?  Found MS KB 313222 – applied, didn’t work. Then found beaut summary by one K. Hollis – many thanks!!!!   1.  Change the computer name to “whatever” and then join the PC to the workgroup “WORKGROUP”2.  Restart the computer and log on locally as the administrator3.  Make sure the OS has all the latest patches.4.  Start>Run>mmc> then add “Security Configuration and Analysis” and “Security Templates” … Continue reading If you have problems joining computer to SBS2003

Problems with OWA

At the server:1. Apply 831464 831464 FIX: IIS 6.0 Gzip Compression Corruption Causes Access Violations http://support.microsoft.com/?id=8314642. Clear the IIS server files follow these steps:    a. Go to your %windows%\IIS Temporary Compressed Files directory    b. Select all of the content in this directory and delete it.3. Go to a command prompt, type “iisreset”. At the client: 1. Go to Tools -> Internet Options2. Select Delete Files and click OK to confirm that you want to delete the content. Ray FongMicrosoft SBS Product Support

How to move shared/data folders in SBS2003

Moving Data Folders for Windows Small Business Server 2003 This document provides step-by-step instructions for moving each of the data folders for Windows Small Business Server 2003. http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=A1D0AF69-1287-4225-BD8B-59C89F44984B&displaylang=en