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Technical School: installing and Configuring Small Business Server 2008–June 17th 2010
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Hi,

I know this has gone out to UK SBSC partners, but I thought I should let people know through the blog too.

Technical School: installing and Configuring Small Business Server 2008

Technical Schools are a series of monthly Live Meetings specifically for the Small Business Specialist Community (SBSC) and Registered partners who specialise in targeting the small to medium sized business market. Taking place on 17 June, 15:00-16:00 (GMT), the next Technical School will be led by Microsoft's David Overton who will provide guidance relating to Small Business Server 2008. Review a recording of last months' Technical School, which discussed Office 2010.

 

We will cover off the preparation required prior to a migration, the process of installing or migrating and then some FAQ’s of the most commonly asked questions that people have sent me.  These will include:

  • Converting a trial license to a purchased solution
  • Getting rid of the Outlook prompt for username and password
  • Installing the latest service pack for Exchange

 

Thanks

David


Posted Wed, Jun 16 2010 11:37 AM by David Overton

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