Puget Sound Small Business Server User Group

The valid URLs for reaching the Puget Sound Small Business Server User Group (PSSBS) are now www.pssbs.org and http://www.culminisconnections.com/Sites/PSSBS/default.aspx (which is where the http://pssbs.org redirects to.  If you were using www.pssbs.com in the past that will no longer redirect.  We have allowed that to lapse and it has been picked up by another party. Steve

Pdfmaker dot dot was causing hassles for me this morning.

Found this interesting.  I have been working all night on a Windows 2000 Pro accounting PC that is also the main machine for the MICR check printing at this client's.  As I was wrapping up the parallel install of Win 2k on the computer Office 2000 SP3 kept failing from the Office Updates site.  In an attempt to work around it I installed Office 2000 SR1-a, SP2 and SP3 from my TechNet Premium DVD (copied the files to the clientapps directory on the SBS box).  Strange thing was the Office Updates site still showed 2k SP3 needing to be installed and still … Continue reading Pdfmaker dot dot was causing hassles for me this morning.

Small Business Server (SBS) 2003 Partner Group Tour kicks off in Redmond September 6th!

Registration is now open for the SBS 2003 Partner Group Tour and it is coming to the Microsoft Campus, Building 34, Quinault (same room as last year’s) in Redmond, WA. Register for this free event (compliments of Microsoft and the Puget Sound Small Business Server User Group) and get it in your calendar!  It is Wednesday, September 06, 2006 from 5:00 PM-9:00 PM (the Wednesday before SMB Nation). Registration is limited to 125 seats, so sign up now to ensure you get in and to help us with the food logistics.  Dinner will be provided. This is THE KICK-OFF EVENT for the … Continue reading Small Business Server (SBS) 2003 Partner Group Tour kicks off in Redmond September 6th!

Hey Kevin and Susan, this blog thing isn’t so bad after all.

Thanks to a conversation with Kevin Beares over at the Microsoft Small Business Summit in Bellevue earlier this year I decided to start up on a blog.  Something I told Charlie Anthe was sure to be a fad two or three years ago when we were discussing it at an MVP Summit.  Later that month he jumped in with his blog.  So I’m not an early adaptor of this by any means and I’ve given in to the idea that blogs are going to be around for awhile so I may as well add my two cents. A quick “technology” … Continue reading Hey Kevin and Susan, this blog thing isn’t so bad after all.