I know when setting up Small Business Server 2008 on a workstation, you simply go to an internal web address that downloads the client software to the machine that is used to verify the credentials and to log onto the server. However, my question is when doing this, does this block any non-server user of the computer. For example, could somebody use the workstation as a regular computer without logging into the server?
The reason I ask is that we just purchased a server with SBS 2008 as well as 2 desktop computers to be used as workstations, and a notebook computer. One of the employees wants to use the notebook in place of a normal desktop computer as his workstation. If I was to download the software for him to login to the server, would that keep him from using the notebook computer normally when out of the office? Would he still be able to use the notebook as a regular laptop without providing login credentials for the server? If so, how?
SBS 2008, Windows 7
December 16, 2009 9:17 PM
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