70-282 Exam Cram – Add User and Computers on To Do List (Microsoft Small Business Specialist Primer)

Hiya folks – I am the publisher of the Microsoft Small Business Specialist Primer book – your guide to passing the 70-282 exam and becoming a Small Business Specialist (SBSC).

Here is a passage as a virtual book reading!

Adding Users and Computers

Another goody on the To Do List is the Add User Wizard. Here you walk step by step through setting up users. Not only can you set up one, but you have the option to bulk-add users, which makes setting up a new server-one with, say, 20 clients-very easy.

The Add User Wizard will create a:

  • Mailbox.
  • Home folder.
  • Group membership.
  • Access to SharePoint services.
  • Computer account.

All this will be based on the User Template (see Chapter 6) you choose which contains group membership, address information, disk quotas, and the level of server access. Once you have chosen the user template, you will have the option to add the computer account to the domain as well. You can bulk add the client machines or just add one, and then select the applications you would like to deploy to the client machines. By default, the Client Operating System Service Packs, Internet Explorer 6.0, Microsoft Office Outlook SP1, and the Shared Fax Client are selected. You are able to add/remove and edit applications through the Add User Wizard as well, which makes it a snap to set up user accounts and their corresponding client computers and required software.


Harry Brelsford, CEO at SMB Nation

MBA, MCSE, CNE, CLSE, CNP, MCP, MCT, SBSC (Microsoft Small Business Specialist)

PS – my Small Business Server 2008 (SBS 2008) book is now here! J

PPS – my spring show, SMB Nation Spring 2009, is in the NYC-area on May 1-3, 2009.


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