Happy Saturday everyone – I am the publisher of the above title and each day I like to post up a passage as a virtual book reading!
It is possible to run client operating systems such as Windows 98, Mac OS X, and Linux on a Small Business Server 2003 network, but you will lose out on support for automatic application and service pack installations as well as shared fax and modem services and Outlook 2003. Windows XP Home is not supported on the SBS network because it is designed to be a Home user system and cannot be joined to a domain. Windows 2000 will take advantage of the
Chapter 3 Analyzing the Existing Environment
SBS 2003 features, but the preferred choice is Windows XP Professional, which is designed to work with the Windows Small Business Server 2003 network environment. It adds security, reliability, performance, and functionality to the local network for all users.
Harry Brelsford, CEO at smb nation www.smbnation.com
Microsoft Small Business Specialist SBSC, MBA, MCSE, MCT, MCP, CNE, CLSE, CNP
PS – did u know I host a technology conference in the New York City area each spring? Save the date for March 6-8, 2009 and watch “voice meet data” in the SMB space!
PPS – my SBS 2008 book will be out in mid-November 2008!
PPPS – my Microsoft Response Point Primer book is here NOW!