Description - Microsoft Small Business Server 2003 Unleashed by Eriq Oliver Neale
If you are new to the world of Microsoft Small Business Server 2003, Microsoft Small Business Server 2003 Unleashed can provide you with real-world support experience as you get started or explore your upgraded server. Written and reviewed by Small Business Server MVPs, this book provides valuable coverage of Mac platform integration, as well as the integration of ISA 2004, SharePoint, FrontPage, Exchange, and SQL Server. You will develop a number of new skills, including: * Planning SBS installations. * Troubleshooting SBS installation problems. * Adding additional servers to the SBS network. * Troubleshooting common Exchange problems. * Working with ISA 2004 in the SBS environment. * Troubleshooting common IIS problems in SBS. * Working with SharePoint Team Services and the Companyweb interface. * Configuring SBS and Macintosh clients for integrating the two platforms. Make complex networking accessible with Microsoft Small Business Server 2003 Unleashed.
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(233mm x 177mm x 36mm)
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Author Biography - Eriq Oliver Neale
Eriq Neale, SBS MVP, spent a year on the SBS support team at Microsoft, giving him troubleshooting insight with the product that the majority of other consultants and authors do not have. This breadth of experience landed Eriq a position as a Support Engineer with Microsoft in 2004. During that year, he worked on the Small Business Server support team, providing support on all three levels of the SBS product: SBS 4.5, SBS 2000, and SBS 2003 Standard and Premium. In addition to supporting Microsoft customers, Eriq also developed a number of internal support documents for SBS technologies and solutions, and provided assistance to team members on Macintosh integration issues.