Small Business Server (SBS)


Linux-Windows Single Sign-On

Follow these steps and have your users logging on at their Linux/Unix desktops with their Windows accounts.

Best of the Best

2005 Redmond Magazine Readers' Choice Survey: Find out how your favorite tool fared as nearly 2,200 readers pick their favorites in more than 40 product categories.

Remote Scripting for SP2

Is Windows XP SP2 bringing your remote admin scripts down? Mr. Script has the answer you've been looking for.

Storage Gets Slim

Forget about low-carb diets. Storage consolidation is the new craze hitting the fat-conscious world.

You're Fired

Ditch your server dead weight: Consolidate to streamline management.

New Password Mantra: Go Long

New hacking methods make short passwords unsafe, but Microsoft makes it tough to go long. Her's how to forge an effective policy.

ISA Server at Your Service

The latest incarnation of Microsoft's primary firewall offering is more secure and easier to use.

E-Mail Central

Exchange 2003 allows for a more consolidated e-mail architecture. Here's how to pull it off.

ISA 2004 Passes the Test

Early adopters laud GUI, VPN and administration features.

Easy AD Troubleshooting

NetPro's Directory Troubleshooter fills the Active Directory management void.

Grunt Work

Keeping systems patched is time-consuming and laborious, but it's crucial. Here are seven tools that can help you automate the process.

Storage to Share

Fastora's entry-level NAS unit is well-suited for small and expanding workgroups.

Remote Administration Made Easy

Famatech's Remote Administrator version 2.2 provides a quick and easy remote access tool for your Windows clients.

Decisions, Decisions

Windows Terminal Services comes bundled with Windows Server 2003. Citrix costs extra. Here’s why you might consider paying the piper.

SBS 2003: Your Small Business Operating System

As part of the June cover feature, "4 Dirt-Cheap Workgroup Servers," Microsoft Small Business Server 2003 might interest those small and medium businesses.