SBS 2003 and beyond:

February, 2009

February 28, 2009  3:33 PM

Migrating a old 2003 Terminal Server to new Equipment

Posted by: Roger Crawford
Storage Craft Shadow Protect, Terminal Server, Windows Server 2003

I had a customer who has had a 2003 Terminal Server for about 5 years and he was wanting to go to new equipment but not the pain to reload all the applications. I usually prefer reloading but in this case the server has been really stable and no problems. So I said OK lets give it a shot and I used...

February 25, 2009  4:31 PM

2008 Hyperv and LPT1 Port on the 2003 Virtual Servers

Posted by: Roger Crawford
HyperV, LPT1 Port, Micosoft Windows Server 2008, Virtual Server

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February 21, 2009  1:59 AM

Publishing SBS 2008 with ISA Server 2004 or ISA 2006 Part 2

Posted by: Roger Crawford
ISA 2004, ISA 2006, SBS, SBS 2008

In this post we are going to talk about setting up the device sitting in front of your ISA Server either your Basic Router of choice or in this instance I will be using a Sonic Wall device. What you must decide is the IP Range you are going to use for your space between the SonicWall Lan link and...

February 21, 2009  1:45 AM

Publishing SBS 2008 with ISA Server 2004 or ISA 2006 Part 1

Posted by: Roger Crawford
ISA 2004, ISA 2006, SBS, SBS 2008

I know many of you have SBS 2003 Premium with ISA 2004 Server. I know there are those of us that like to use ISA to protect the domain either by itself or in a 2 Layer aapproach. I myself have my clients running a Sonic Wall firewalls out in front of the ISA Server. I will be walking you though the...

February 18, 2009  12:29 PM

Standard Server 2003 Migration to SBS 2008 Part 4

Posted by: Roger Crawford
SBS 2003, SBS 2008, Windows Server 2003

I have had some questions about once you do the migration how do i get the users to show up in the SBS 2008 Console. Here is my reply to one of those questions and hopefully it will help those that is looking for this answer. "In your SBS 2008 Console go to Users and then over to the right you...

February 17, 2009  11:42 PM

HP BL 480c Memory Problem

Posted by: Roger Crawford
BL 480c, HP Server, Micosoft Windows Server 2008, Microsoft Windows Server

I was setting up our BL 480c Blade servers in our c3000 Enclosure and I had installed 64 Gig of RAM in the systems. When it booted to POST it would only show 48 Gig but within the BIOS and Server Manager on the 2008 Server it would show the 64 Gig like it was suppose to have. I checked the slots...

February 14, 2009  9:07 PM

Network messing up and where do you start

Posted by: Roger Crawford

Ok Monday we get a call from one of our big customers and their network was going up and down and I had thought I had fixed this problem on Monday. Really didn't find the problem I thought it was one of the Internal Web Servers had freaked out and had things rebooted and things was working when I...

February 14, 2009  5:38 PM

SBS 2003 and Wild Blue

Posted by: Roger Crawford
Microsoft Windows, SBS, SBS 2003, Wild Blue

I am sure others have had this experience with a Wild Blue connection but this was my first. This was a new customerthat was 4 hours away and we sold the server over the phone and I thought I had asked all the questions I should have but not true I forgot one important one and assumed they was in...

February 14, 2009  12:26 PM

When it rains it pours and look what I got.

Posted by: Roger Crawford

I want to say right away here I am not complaining. But you ever had one of those times when there is not enough time in the day it seems like. I have about 5 big projects all running at the same time here which I am not going to complain about as I know some probably wish they had this problems....

February 10, 2009  12:19 PM

SBS 2003 and OWA

Posted by: Roger Crawford
Exchange 2003, OWA, SBS, SBS 2003

We had another site with OWA having issues and I am wondering if this was a problem with maybe a update that came down or was actually just something that came up. But they was getting the 500 error and Site busy from the outside when OWA was tried to go to. What they ended up doing was running...

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