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Purpose Intended Audience and Presenter Contents Proposed Presentation Length Intended audience is all distributor partners and VARs Content may be customized as appropriate May also be leveraged by MNAs who sell through VAR channel This module is comprised of 4 lessons Speaker Notes included This presentation is intended to be approximately 30 minutes long It is intended to be used together with a 45 minute lab This presentation is part of a 6 module series providing technical training for SBS 2011 Essentials
Name Title Windows Small Business Server 2011 Essentials Product Features Module 2: Server Installation & Deployment
Module 2: Agenda Lesson 1: InstallationLesson 2: Using the Getting Started TasksLesson 3: Overview of Post-Installation TasksLesson 4: Configuring Remote Web Access
INSTALLATION Lesson 1
OS Installation Phase Windows Pre-Installation Environment phase Optionally install drivers Select system disk Prerequisites verified Windows Server installation phase Windows SBS installation phase SBS-specific features and functionality * Advanced installation options covered in Appendix
SBS Installation Greatly simplified install reduced to 8 screens: Select language & locale Verify time & date License agreement Product Key Company Information Administrator account & password Standard user account & password Update settings
USING THE GETTING STARTED TASKS Lesson 2
SBS 2011 Essentials Dashboard Dashboard Provides a centralized administration interface Can run on the server or a connected client computer Getting Started Tasks Recommended initial configuration tasks collected into a simple “to-do” list Used to customize SBS behavior for each customer environment
Update Settings & Server Backup Configure Microsoft Update Provides updates for other products Windows Update configured during install Configure Server Backup Simple wizard defines destination, schedule, and items to protect
Sharing Options: Accounts & Passwords Configure sharing with user accounts, provide: User information Shared folder access Remote Web Access permissions Set the password policy Weak Medium Best Strong
Centralized Storage Links to web-based help pages providing more information about server storage and remote access
Alerts Proactive health status monitoring provides rich set of alerts Can be sent as email notifications Need to configure mail server settings
OVERVIEW OF POST- INSTALLATION TASKS Lesson 3
Common Tasks & Server Settings Common Tasks Customizable list of the most used administration tasks Add user Add shared folder Server Settings Modify date, time, locale Update settings Feedback settings Error reporting
Add Users & Shared Folders Add User Same as Getting Started task Add Shared Folder Enter folder name Assign user permissions Include in server backup
Server Settings General settings include: Modify date & time Modify locale Modify update settings/Install updates Windows System and Security settings control updates for the server Modify feedback options Customer Experience Automatically report errors Remote Web Access settings covered in next section
Connecting Client Computers Connect Computer wizard Launched from a web page http://servername/connect 1.Verifies and installs prereq’s 2.User provides their credentials Check for Admin Credentials and Warn if used 3.Select whether or not to move settings and data* 4.Enter a computer description 5.Wake client computer to perform backups to the server? 6.Participate in CEIP? * Requires supported business client SKU
CONFIGURING REMOTE WEB ACCESS Lesson 4
Configure Remote Web Access Remote Web Access must be turned on and configured Router can autoconfig via UPnP New or existing domain New or existing SSL certificate Easily customize: Title, background image, and logo Homepage links Remote administration using Remote Desktop or the Dashboard
Internet Domain Name Flexible yet simple config options Use existing Internet domain Manage manually Transfer domain for auto management Create new domain Manage manually Use partner registrar for auto mgmt Use free 3 rd level domain under remotewebaccess.com
Internet Security Certificate Easily obtain and install a third-party SSL certificate Helps provides trusted, secure remote connections Wizard greatly simplifies traditionally complicated process Can purchase new or use existing SSL certificate Automatically generates proper certificate request Wizard can be resumed once certificate has been purchased
Review Questions Installation Q1 Using the Dashboard & Getting Started Tasks Q2 Q3 Overview of Post-Installation Tasks Q4 Configuring Remote Web Access Q5 Q6
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Advanced Installation Options The cfg.ini file is used to automate an installation of SBS in the following two scenarios: the WinPE section is used to automate the installation of the base operating system the Initial Configuration section is used to walk through the installation in either an attended or unattended mode
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