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Windows® Small Business Server 2011 by Charlie Russel and Sharon Crawford

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Using the Native Consoles

For many tasks, even most tasks, you should use the Windows SBS Console. There’s even an Advanced Mode version that has links to the native consoles for the most commonly required tasks that don’t have special SBS wizards. And for all your native consoles in a single place, use the Windows SBS Native Tools Management console, shown in Figure 17-18. It doesn’t matter whether you get to native consoles from the Windows SBS Native Tools Management console, start them directly, or use Server Manager, the behavior is the same.

The Windows SBS Native Tools Management console

Figure 17-18. The Windows SBS Native Tools Management console

Note

The title bar of this console says ...

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