70-282 exam and Client Computer Setup [Microsoft Small Business Specialist Primer book excerpt]

Howdy y’all – I am the publisher for the Microsoft Small Business Specialist Primer and it is my high honor and pleasure to post up a passage a day as a virtual book reading. Today- in the 70-282 realm – we look at the client computer setup. Enjoy!

Easy Setup of Client Computers

You can anticipate positive leverage in the deployment and administration phase of the SBS 2003 life cycle because of wizards. Deploying applications and adding client computers to the network is easy when using the integrated wizards. By doing so, you are able to configure settings for an entire group of computers and push out applications to all computers instead of installing them

one at a time. So you’re really talking about “doing more with less,” which could be less time, less money spent on consultants performing routine tasks, etc. Consultants are now freed to work on more meaningful tasks. And don’t forget that major Microsoft branding themes, like “doing more with less,” have a way of weaving themselves into Microsoft certification exams. Microsoft will, in crafty ways, assure itself you’re on board with its corporate messaging and ways of thinking. So, when in doubt, think the “Microsoft way,” on an exam.

IMPORTANT: Consoles and wizards are central to the SBS experi­ence and you can expect to be held accountable for having sufficient knowledge of these two features. Don’t you think that Microsoft, rightfully proud of its SBS consoles and wizards, would want to test you on these? You betcha.



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!


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