Microsoft Windows Small Business Server is a line of server operating systems targeted at small businesses by bundling the operating system with a number of other Microsoft products that would normally need to be purchased or licensed separately. Probably the most notable inclusions are Exchange, ...

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Users in SBS Console differ from what is in AD Users and Computers

We are under SBS 08 and I just saw something weird : I opened SBS Console => Users and Groups. I refreshed the list of Users and I saw that I wasn't in it ! The list of users shown by SBS Console is ...
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Installing Dynamics CRM on separate server

For our domain, AD and Exchange run on a Win2003 SBS. I dimly remember that SBS does not allow certain services to run on a different (or multiple) servers in the domain, but I can't dig up anything. ...
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who is sending mail in exchange?

I have noticed huge amounts of email going to random .com.tw domains. My Exchange event log its erroring with them every few seconds. I am wondering is it possible to see which computer this is coming ...
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Server 2003 SBS Crashing seemingly at random

I have a Windows Server 2003 Small Business Server that has begun crashing more and more often. The machine does not physically power off(so I don't think it is a power supply issue), but it does not ...
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Moved Windows Server 2000 from IDE drive to SATA drive now get Inaccessible_Boot_Device BSOD

I'm moving my Small Business Server 2000 to newer hardware. I used Acronis TrueImage to create an image of the partitions on the current 250GB IDE drive and restored the images to partitions on a ...
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SBS 2003 Can't Boot after restore from backup

I have a problematic SBS 2003 installed on a Dell PowerEdge SC430 server. The server has two SATA drives originally configured as a RAID-1 mirror using software RAID (i.e. no RAID controller). After a ...
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Locked profiles in Windows XP Pro (domain) environment

I recently had to rebuild a Small Business Server 2003 Standard after a crash. I then rejoined the workstations to the domain. Subsequently, many of the Windows XP Pro workstation domain members are ...
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Upgrade Small Business Server 2003 to a “normal” server

When we started our company we have implemented Small Business Server 2003 on our (back then) only server. Now we have grown, and the server is old and should be removed. I would like to upgrade ...
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What are the reasons one wouldn't run Small Business Server?

This case scenario started me wondering about the limitations of Small Business Server: I have a client who came to us initially regading building them an intranet for managing staff training and ...
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Clients not reporting security status to SBS 2008

I'm managing a small network with Small Business Server 2008 and 7 clients running a mix of Vista and XP. The server and clients are all running McAfee Total Protection Service for malware and spyware ...
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Send As Distribution Group Email Address?

We have a Small Business Server 2003, with a support distribution group. Is it possible to allow members of a distribution group, send emails from the group email address?