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This blog is purely the personal opinions of David Overton. If you can't find the information you were looking for e-mail me at admin@davidoverton.com.

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SBS 2008, Installation, Migration and Configuration – Chapter 11 - Managing users and their computers
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Managing users and their computers

In this chapter we will cover the tasks required to add and manage users as well as the tasks to add and manage their desktop and notebook computers. This is done using the standard SBS 2008 tools, but discussing the customising of settings to give you a solution that meets both the administrator’s and the user’s needs.

This includes:

  • Managing roles
  • Adding Users
  • Managing users storage
  • Adding computers to the network
  • Ensuring computers are up to date with updates

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Posted Fri, Apr 17 2009 9:02 AM by David Overton
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on Wed, Apr 22 2009 7:20 AM

[updated 22nd April 2009] Hi, This page is not quite finished, however the book is! If you are interested

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