This is for all you IT support people … no, I don’t have to use the ‘telnet’ command often, but when I do, I expect it to be there! So, lo and behold, I have an emergency issue with a client’s SBS/Exchange server today, and I find that I cannot do a simple ‘telnet’ from my Vista workstation. Why? Microsoft decided that it was a necessary tool to be installed by default. To solve this problem, go to Control Panel, then Programs, then under Program and Features select Turn Windows Features On/Off, then scroll down and click to select the … Continue reading No Telnet on Vista
Very interesting and informative interview with Steve Ballmer conducted at MIX08. The interviewer is Guy Kawasaki http://msstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o21/mix08/08_WMVs/KYN0802.wmv -kw
The Windows Essential Business Server (EBS) Team Blog site is now up and running. What is EBS, you ask? Here are some possible answers: 1. EBS is SBS on steroids2. EBS is SBS split across 3 or more servers3. EBS is designed for a company with 25-250 users4. EBS is all of the above5. EBS is something else than the above Check out the blog site, and see if you selected the right answer.