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Windows SMS


Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS) 2003 provides a feature-rich management and servicing solution. You can use SMS 2003 or System Center Configuration Manager 2007 (ConfigMgr) to manage networked Windows Embedded Standard-based devices alongside Windows desktop, Windows Server, and other Windows Mobile systems. SMS supplies an administration console that can be used on a Windows Server 2003 system to remotely perform management functions.Embedded device developers can use SMS or ConfigMgr to manage the deployment of security updates to Windows Embedded Standard-based devices. Client and server components for SMS are not included in the Windows Embedded Studio component database and must be separately obtained.


  • A working knowledge of both client and server Windows operating systems, in particular Windows XP Professional and Windows Server 2003; an administrator-level knowledge of SQL Server, Active Directory, and TCP/IP.


  • It is a 12 days program and extends up to 2hrs each.
  • The format is 40% theory, 60% Hands-on.

  • It is a 3 days program and extends up to 8hrs each.
  • The format is 40% theory, 60% Hands-on.
    Private Classroom arranged on request and minimum attendies for batch is 4.

course content

  • Explaining My Environment
  • The Globomantics Scenario
  • What's Included in SBS 2011 Standard?
  • Who Should Use SBS 2011 Standard?
  • Limitations of SBS 2011 Standard
  • Some Common Myths About Using SBS
  • New and Enhanced Features
  • Discontinued Features
  • SBS 2011 Licensing Overview
  • Device CALs vs. User CALs
  • System Requirements
  • Creating an Answer File
  • Using Windows SBS 2001 Standard Answer File Tool
  • Starting the Installation
  • The Installation Process
  • Additional Installation Information
  • Reviewing the Answer File
  • Troubleshooting Installation
  • Completing the Installation
  • Key Networking Terms
  • The Globomantics Private Network
  • Setting Up the Network
  • Manually Configuring Your Network
  • Using Fix My Network Wizard
  • Activating Small Business Server 2011
  • Best Practices
  • Configuring a Public Domain Name
  • Setting Up Your Internet Address
  • Managing Your Domain at
  • Getting an SSL Certificate
  • Setting Up SSL Certificate
  • Installing SSL Certificate
  • Firewall Configuration
  • Best Practices
  • Managing User Accounts
  • Adding a New User Account
  • Adding Multiple User Accounts
  • Changing User Roles and Password Policies for User Accounts
  • Editing User Account Properties
  • Managing User Roles
  • Adding a New User Role
  • Changing a User Role
  • Managing Groups
  • Adding a New Group
  • Using the SBS Console vs. AD Users and Computers
  • Best Practices
  • Moving Data
  • Default File Shares
  • Creating a New Share
  • Understanding NTFS Permissions
  • Understanding Share Permissions
  • Combining NTFS and Share Permissions
  • Folder Redirection
  • Shadow Copies
  • Disk Quotas
  • SBS Client Advisor Tool
  • Using the Connect Computers to Your Network Tool
  • Managing Domain Computers
  • Globomantics Scenario
  • What is a GPO?
  • Using the Group Policy Management Console (GPMC)
  • Creating a Preference
  • Differences Between Enabling and Disabling a GPO
  • Creating a GPO
  • Linking a GPO
  • Group Policy Application and Inheritance (LSDOu)
  • Implementing a Policy
  • Testing the Policy
  • WSUS Overview
  • Where to Manage WSUS
  • WSUS Scheduling
  • Installing Updates Manually
  • WSUS Console
  • WSUS Maintenance Tasks
  • Approving Updates
  • WSUS Reporting
  • Creating a Custom Management Console
  • Creating Service Accounts
  • Managing the Page File
  • Disabling User Account Control (UAC)
  • SBS Reports and Notifications
  • File Server Resource Manager
  • Scheduling a Task
  • Using the Best Practices Analyzer (BPA)
  • How Backups Work
  • Configuring a Server Backup
  • Managing Existing Backups
  • Recovering Data
  • Restoring the Server
  • Best Practices
  • Remote Web Access (RWA)
  • Setting Up User Properties for RWA
  • Connecting Using RWA
  • Updating Organization and Administrative Links
  • Remote Desktop Services (RDS)
  • Remote Desktop Session Host Configuration
  • Remote Desktop Services Manager
  • Remote Desktop Gateway Manager
  • VPN Connections
  • Installing a Printer
  • Sharing a Printer
  • Additional Drivers
  • Adding a Shared Printer to the SBS Console
  • Configuring User Permissions
  • Key Terms You Should Know
  • An Overview of SharePoint 2010 Foundation
  • The Building Blocks of SharePoint
  • Accessing SharePoint and Central Administration Sites
  • Scenario Requirements
  • Full Walkthrough of SharePoint Central Administration
  • Create a Sales Site Collection
  • Configure Permission Settings for Sales
  • Create a New Page and Configure Navigation
  • Enable Incoming Email to SharePoint
  • Create a Mail Enabled SharePoint Library
  • Configure Drop Directory and Foreign Connector for Exchange
  • An Overview of Exchange 2010
  • Methods of Managing Exchange 2010
  • Scenario Requirements
  • Smart Host Configuration
  • POP3 Connectors
  • Size Limits on Mailboxes and Inbound/Outbound Mail
  • Adding Additional Domains
  • Allowing Non-PC Devices to Send Mail
  • Using Transport Rules
  • Setting Up Microsoft Outlook 2010 for the First Time
  • Checking Mailbox Statistics
  • Tools for Troubleshooting Mail Flow
  • Various Tabs and Features
  • Review of Client Connectivity Methods
  • AutoDiscover Makes Your Life Easier
  • Scenario Requirements
  • Using AutoDiscover to Configure Outlook 2010
  • Accessing E-mail through Outlook Web Access
  • Setting Up Your Mobile Device for E-mail
  • Using Exchange Remote Connectivity Analyzer
  • Virtual Directories
  • OWA Policies
  • ActiveSync Policies
  • Enabling Outlook Anywhere
  • POP/IMAP Support
  • Scenario Requirements
  • Reviewing Storage Architecture and Database Best Practices
  • Database Best Practice Suggestions
  • Reconfiguring Mailbox Database
  • Reviewing Deleted Retention Times
  • Recovering Deleted Items
  • Windows Server Backup Review
  • Windows Server Backup Limitations
  • Using Windows Server Backup to Backup and Restore the Exchange Database
  • Using a Recovery Database (RDB)
  • Dial Tone Portability
  • Migrating from SBS 2003
  • Migrating from SBS 2008
  • Preparing Your Source Server
  • Backing Up Your Source Server
  • Installing the Most Recent Service Packs and Update Rollups
  • Verifying the Network Configuration
  • Evaluating the Health of the Source Server
  • Optimizing Exchange Server 2007 Mailbox Sizes
  • Running the Migration Preparation Tool
  • Planning to Migrate Line-of-Business Applications
  • Running the Exchange Server Pre-Deployment Analyzer
  • Collecting the Information for the Migration Answer File
  • Installing Windows SBS 2011 Standard in Migration Mode
  • Moving Settings and Data to the Destination Server for Windows SBS 2011 Standard Migration
  • Helpful Resources
  • Demoting and Removing the Source Server from the Network
  • Optional Post-Migration Tasks
  • Running the Windows SBS 2011 Standard Best Practices Analyzer


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