Summary

In this chapter, we covered how 64-bit computing is different from the familiar 32-bit approach, as well as how it’s really the same. We highlighted some key reasons why Windows Small Business Server 2011 Standard is available only as a 64-bit solution.

The next chapter covers how to design and prepare a network prior to installing Windows Small Business Server. We also cover naming conventions, how to plan for adequate network security, and how to calculate the number and type of licenses you’ll need.

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