Power User Consoles on Windows Small Business Server 2003 [SBS 2003 book excerpt]

hi – I am harry brlesford and the author of Windows Small Business Server 2003 Best Practices (SBS 2003). My goal is to post a few pages per day of my book for you to read and have the entire thing posted by the time SBS 2008 ships.

Today we discuss the Power USer Console!

cheers….harrybbbb  Harry Brelsford, CEO at SMB NAtion, www.smbnation.com

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Power User Console

And just when you thought they’d taken away the Personal Console from SBS 2000 days, I have news for you. If you really must have your “Personal Console,” which is a dumbed-down version of Server Management called Server Management for Power Users, you can find it at the following location:

%System Drive%\Program Files\Microsoft Windows Small Business Server\

Administration\mysbsconsole.msc Personal console, I mean Server Management for Power Users, is automatically launched when a Power User logs on remotely via Terminal Services to perform server management tasks (this is shown in Figure 4-3). Note the Power User is totally locked into using Server Management for Power Users. If said Power User closes this console, they are immediately logged off the SBS server machine. Period.

Figure 4-3

A power user at SPRINGERS logs on to perform server-related work and uses

Server Management for Power Users.

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