Chapter 9. Remote Access, Security, and Adding Servers with SBS 2008

If you ask any given administrator when it is that they actually get to start having "fun" with their servers, they'll say it's when they finally start to get fancy with their deployment. And that's what this chapter is entirely about. Once you've gotten an SBS 2008 server set up, installed, and running Group Policy, it's time to start thinking about how you're going to access that server — and whether you need to consider adding more servers to the environment to support all of your users and your infrastructure as a whole.

The reason I'm covering this now in the book is that all too often in small businesses this stuff is done after an entire deployment scenario has already ...

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