BEFORE installing Exchange SP2 on your EBS network, read the KB article and the EBS Official Blog post! 🙂 For SBS, check out the SBS Official Blog post. Until you hear otherwise from Microsoft, do not install Exchange 2007 SP2 on EBS or SBS without following the guidance on their respective blogs and the KB articles.
If you are dealing with a 64-bit print server and are looking for 32-bit drivers, this post is for you. Also works if you are on x64 clients and want to add the driver to a 32-bit server (SBS 2003 for example). Check out the Official SBS Team Blog’s post for screen shots and the full text. Short version, is browse to the server from your 32-bit client PC while logged in with an account that has server admin rights, select the printers and faxes share, and then server properties from the file menu. Drivers tab, then add. You’ll have it … Continue reading How to Add 32-bit Print Drivers to SBS 2008 & EBS 2008
Have had a few questions about Terminal Server through EBS and SBS RWW, so thought I would post a link over to the Microsoft KB on it and include the resolutions from the KB below. While not directly supported by design, here are the workarounds for both EBS 2008 and SBS 2008. EBS 2008: EBS 2008 does not support directly connecting to a Terminal Server through RWW. In larger environments, publishing a large number of connections through the Messaging Server’s TS Gateway may cause a resource spike on the server. In environments where it is desired to have connectivity through the … Continue reading Terminal Server Access through RWW in EBS & SBS