You are previewing Windows® Essential Business Server 2008 Administrator's Companion.
O'Reilly logo
Windows® Essential Business Server 2008 Administrator's Companion

Book Description

Get your midsize IT infrastructure up and running smoothly. This indispensible, single-volume reference details the features and capabilities of Windows Essential Business Server 2008. Gain the real-world insights, practical workarounds, and key troubleshooting tactics you need for on-the-job results. Discover how to: Plan, install, and configure Windows Essential Business Server 2008 Use the Administration Console interface to manage the network Configure user settings with Group Policy, scripts, user profiles, and Folder Redirection Manage Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 mailboxes and dynamic distribution groups Configure and customize Remote Web Workplace Implement antivirus, antispam, and firewall applications Monitor and troubleshoot network performance Plan and manage a backup and recovery strategy PLUS Extend your network capabilities with the Premium Edition CD features: Sample files and code from the book Installation and configuration scripts Fully searchable eBook.

Table of Contents

  1. Windows Essential Business Server 2008: Administrator’s Companion
    1. SPECIAL OFFER: Upgrade this ebook with O’Reilly
    2. A Note Regarding Supplemental Files
    3. Acknowledgments
    4. Introduction
      1. What’s in This Book
      2. How to Use This Book
      3. System Requirements
      4. Find Additional Content Online
      5. Support for This Book
    5. 1. Introducing Windows Essential Business Server
      1. Why a Server for Medium-Size Businesses?
      2. Making the Case for Windows EBS
      3. Taking a Tour of Windows EBS Servers
        1. The Management Server
          1. Windows Essential Business Server Administration Console
          2. System Center Essentials
          3. Licensing Windows Essential Business Server Licensing Service
          4. Other Features and Services
        2. The Security Server
        3. The Messaging Server
        4. SQL Server 2005 and 2008 (Windows EBS Premium Edition)
      4. Minimum Hardware Requirements
        1. Processor Requirements
        2. RAM Requirements
        3. Volume and Hard Disk Configuration
        4. Other Requirements
        5. Other Recommendations
      5. Virtualized Windows EBS Hardware Requirements
        1. Virtual Configuration #1: Fully Virtualized Windows EBS
        2. Virtual Configuration #2: Hosting the Domain Controllers on Separate Physical Servers
        3. Virtual Configuration #3: Hosting the Security Server on Its Own Physical Server
        4. Additional Technologies to Assist in Virtualized Windows EBS Environments
      6. Network Environmental Requirements
      7. Supported Network Topologies
        1. Single-Subnet Networks
        2. Routed Networks
        3. Routed Networks with Virtual Private Networking
      8. Summary
    6. 2. Preparing and Planning for Windows EBS Deployment
      1. How Is Planning Data Supplied to Windows EBS?
      2. When to Prepare and Plan for Deployment
      3. Windows EBS 2008 Installation Discs and Tools
      4. Planning the Deployment Steps
        1. Step 1: Prepare Your Environment
        2. Step 2: Plan Your Deployment
        3. Steps 3, 4, and 5: Install the Software
        4. Step 6: Complete the Configuration and Migration Tasks
      5. Installing the Preparation and Planning Wizards
      6. Running the Windows EBS Preparation Wizard
        1. The Preparation Wizard Health Scan
          1. Resolving Issues Found by the Preparation Wizard
          2. Windows Essential Business Server Readiness Checks
          3. ForcePass Switch
      7. Running the Windows EBS Planning Wizard
        1. Confirming Your Network Topology
        2. Providing Firewall Information
        3. Deciding to Replace or Keep Your Existing Firewall
        4. Determining Windows EBS Security Server Addresses
        5. Recording Firewall Rules
        6. Planning VPN Configuration
        7. Configuring Certificate and SAN Information
        8. Choosing Windows EBS Server Names and Addresses
        9. Saving Planning Data
      8. Other Preparation and Planning Decisions
        1. DHCP Server Settings
        2. DNS Options
        3. E-Mail Gateway Settings
      9. Planning a Migration from Windows Small Business Server 2003
      10. Summary
    7. 3. Installing the Windows EBS Servers
      1. Preparing for the Windows EBS Server Installation
        1. Understanding the Windows EBS Configuration Store
        2. Understanding Replacement Mode Installation
        3. Understanding Repair Mode Installation
        4. Understanding Normal Windows EBS Installation
        5. Understanding Time Zone Settings in Windows EBS Installation
      2. Walking Through the Management Server Installation
        1. Install Windows Wizard
        2. Management Server Installation Wizard
          1. Welcome Page
          2. Choose The Network Adapter Page
          3. Choose Temporary IP Addresses Page
          4. Microsoft Update Page
          5. Choose The Active Directory Domain Page
          6. Planning Data Upload Page
          7. Join An Active Directory Domain Page
          8. Name The Servers Page
          9. Assign IP Addresses Page
          10. Select Firewall Option Page
          11. Set The Internal Network IP Addresses Page
          12. Check The Environment Page
          13. Choose The DHCP Server Service Page
          14. Configure The DHCP Server Service Pages
          15. Choose A Volume For Storing Data Page
          16. Type Your Company Information Page
          17. Choose How To Report Errors Page
          18. Choose Whether To Report Usage Data Page
          19. Review The Management Server Installation Page
          20. Choose Optional Updates Page
      3. Walking Through the Security Server Installation
        1. Install Windows Wizard
        2. Security Server Installation Wizard
          1. Welcome Page
          2. Choose The Internal Network Adapter Page
          3. Choose Temporary IP Addresses Page
          4. Join The Active Directory Domain Page
          5. Check The Environment Page
          6. Set The Internal IP Address Page
          7. Set The External IP Address Page
          8. Choose An Administrator Password Page
          9. Set The E-Mail Gateway Page
          10. Remote Access Settings Page
          11. Choose A Volume For Storing Data Page
          12. Security Server Network Integration Page
          13. Review Page
          14. Optional Updates Page
          15. Continue Installation Page
      4. Performing the Messaging Server Installation
      5. Exporting the Configuration
      6. Recovering from Installation Errors
      7. Handling Setup Failures
      8. Summary
    8. 4. Performing Post-Installation Tasks
      1. Using the Configuration And Migration Tasks Checklist
        1. How Many of the Tasks Do You Need to Perform?
        2. How Long Do the Post-Installation Tasks Take?
      2. Task 4: Configure Subnets
      3. Task 5: Configure Site-to-Site VPN
        1. Using the Site-To-Site Connection Wizard
        2. Configuring Network Rules for Remote Subnets
      4. Task 6: Configure Firewall Rules
        1. Understanding the Built-in Firewall Policy Rules
        2. Importing Rules from ISA Server
      5. Task 7: Configure SAN Storage
      6. Task 8: Migrate DNS
        1. Migrating DNS Zone Data: Step by Step
          1. Configuring the Existing DNS Server to Allow Zone Transfers
          2. Installing the DNS Server Role
          3. Creating Secondary Forward and Reverse Zones
          4. Converting to Primary Zones and Storing Data in AD DS
          5. Creating a CNAME Record to Point to the Security Server
        2. Completing DNS Migration: Step by Step
          1. Remove Traces of the Old DNS Servers
          2. Configuring DNS Client Settings for Statically Addressed Computers
          3. Configuring DHCP Server Settings
          4. Decommissioning Legacy DNS Servers
          5. Verifying the Migration
      7. Task 9: Migrate DHCP
        1. How Should You Migrate DHCP?
        2. Migrating DHCP Through Manual Configuration
        3. Migrating a DHCP Database from Windows Server 2003 or Windows Server 2008
        4. Migrating a DHCP Database from Windows NT 4.0 or Windows 2000 Server
          1. Exporting Your DHCP Server Configuration
          2. Configuring a Server Running Windows Server 2003
          3. Migrating the DHCP Server Configuration Settings
      8. Task 10: Configure Management Tools
      9. Task 11: Activate the Servers
      10. Task 12: Configure DNS Sender ID
        1. What is an SPF record?
        2. How Can I Obtain an SPF String for My Organization?
        3. Where Do I Create the SPF Record?
        4. Creating an SPF Record
      11. Task 13: Configure DNS for Remote Web Workplace
      12. Task 14: Configure Certificate Settings for Remote Web Workplace
      13. Task 15: Migrate the Exchange Server Mailboxes
        1. Exchange Server Migration Steps
        2. Moving Mailboxes to the Windows EBS Messaging Server
          1. Importing Mailbox Data to the Messaging Server
          2. Migrating Recipient Policies to E-Mail Address Policies
        3. Moving Offline Address Book Generation to the Messaging Server
        4. Replicating Public Folders to the Messaging Server
        5. Verifying That the Migration Succeeded
        6. Decommissioning Existing Exchange Servers
        7. Allowing All Outlook Clients to Connect to the New Exchange Server
      14. Task 16: Move the User Scripts and Profiles
      15. Task 17: Discover Computers and Devices
      16. Task 18: Configure Software Update Rules
        1. Configuring System Center Essentials for Updates
        2. Configuring Windows Server Update Services
      17. Task 19: Move Active Directory Roles
      18. Task 20: Configure SharePoint Services
        1. Integrating WSS into Windows EBS
        2. Getting Started with Windows SharePoint Services
      19. Task 21: Install Client Access Licenses
      20. Task 22: Assign Client Access Licenses
      21. Summary
    9. 5. Managing Windows EBS with the Windows EBS Administration Console
      1. Windows EBS Administration Console Interface
        1. Navigation Tabs
        2. Navigation Pages (Subtabs)
        3. Results Pane
        4. Details Pane
        5. Tasks Pane
      2. Executable Files for the Windows EBS Administration Console
      3. System Health Tab
        1. System Health Tab Indicators
        2. System Health Tab Server Tasks
        3. RDP Files Used by the Windows EBS Administration Console
      4. Security Tab
        1. Page Layout
        2. Security Tab Tasks
          1. Components Tasks
          2. E-Mail Anti-Malware Tasks
          3. E-Mail Anti-Spam Tasks
          4. Network Firewall Tasks
          5. Update Management Tasks
      5. Computers And Devices Tab
        1. Computers and Devices Tasks
      6. Users And Groups Tab
        1. User Management Page
          1. New User Account Wizard
          2. Choose Folder For Documents Redirection Task
          3. Change User Account Properties Task
          4. Reset User Account Password Task
        2. Group Management Page
          1. Adding a Security Group or Distribution List
          2. Changing Group Properties
      7. Licenses Tab
        1. Windows EBS Licensing Fundamentals
          1. Built-in Server Licenses
          2. User Client Access Licenses
          3. Device Client Access Licenses
          4. Temporary Client Access Licenses
          5. Install a Client Access License Pack
          6. Windows EBS Licensing Restrictions and Requirements
          7. Windows EBS Licensing Grace Period
          8. Monitoring for License Compliance
        2. Licenses Tab Pages
          1. License Management Page
          2. User Licenses Page
          3. Device Licenses Page
          4. Installation History Page
      8. Managing Add-Ins
        1. Installing an Add-In
        2. Administer an Add-In
        3. Enable or Disable an Add-In
        4. Unregister an Add-In
      9. MMSUtils Command-Line Tool
        1. MMSUtils Switches
        2. MMSUtils /updatecert
          1. Before You Begin Page
          2. User-Account Details Page
          3. Choose Certificates Page
          4. Progress Of The Update Page
          5. Verifying the Settings
        3. MMSUtils /export
        4. MMSUtils /changeip
      10. Summary
    10. 6. Configuring Remote Web Workplace
      1. A Tour of Remote Web Workplace
      2. Configuring External Access to RWW
        1. Configuring Public DNS for RWW
        2. Configuring Certificate Settings for RWW
          1. Viewing the Trusted Root Certificate Authorities Store
          2. Configuring a Client to Trust the Enterprise CA
          3. Using an SSL Server Certificate from a Trusted Third-Party CA
            1. Step 1: Creating the Certificate Request
            2. Step 2: Submitting the Certificate Request
            3. Step 3: Completing the Certificate Request
            4. Step 4: Importing the New SSL Certificate into the Personal Certificate Store on the Security Server
            5. Step 5: Adding the Certificate to the External Web Listener for RWW
      3. Customizing RWW for Your Organization
        1. Change the Remote Access URL for RWW
        2. Customize Remote Web Workplace with Your Organization’s Logo
        3. Add Links for Your Organization to Remote Web Workplace
        4. Add a Link to a SharePoint Site to Remote Web Workplace
      4. Summary
    11. 7. Managing and Migrating User Settings
      1. What Is Group Policy?
        1. Group Policy Objects
          1. How Are GPO Settings Applied?
          2. Group Policy Preferences
          3. Administrative Templates
          4. Starter GPOs
          5. Windows EBS Built-in GPOs
        2. Local GPOs
        3. Multiple LGPOs
        4. Order of Policy Processing
        5. New Group Policy Settings in Windows Server 2008
      2. What Are Logon, Logoff, Startup, and Shutdown Scripts?
      3. Understanding User Profiles
        1. Roaming User Profiles
        2. User Profile Changes in Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista
        3. Other Limitations of Roaming User Profiles
      4. Understanding Folder Redirection
        1. Folder Redirection in Windows EBS
        2. Configuring Additional Folder Redirection
          1. Using the Follow The Documents Folder Setting
          2. Configuring a Target Folder Location
          3. Configuring Settings Tab Options for Folder Redirection
      5. Configuring Home Folders
      6. Configuring Terminal Services Profiles and Home Folders
        1. Configuring Home Folders for Terminal Services
      7. Migrating User Settings
        1. Do You Need to Migrate User Settings?
        2. Preparing for the Migration
        3. Time Estimates
      8. Migrating Logon, Logoff, Startup, and Shutdown Scripts
        1. Where Should You Migrate Scripts?
        2. Why Migrate Scripts?
        3. How Do You Migrate Scripts?
        4. Taking Inventory of Your Existing Scripts
        5. Copying the Files
          1. Copying Files Smaller Than 50 MB
          2. Copying Files Larger Than 50 MB
          3. Updating the Path Names Within Scripts
          4. Updating GPOs to Point to the New Location for Scripts
          5. Updating User Objects to Point to the New Location for Scripts
          6. Verifying the Migration of Scripts
      9. Migrating Roaming Profiles, Remote Home Folders, and Redirected Folders
        1. Migrating Roaming Profiles and Remote Home Folders
          1. Looking for Roaming Profiles and Remote Home Folders in User Objects
          2. Creating New Shared Folders on the Management Server
          3. Modifying User Properties for Roaming User Profiles and Home Folders
          4. Verifying the Migration
        2. Migrating Redirected Folders
          1. Investigating Your GPOs for Folder Redirection Settings
          2. Creating a Shared Parent Folder for Folder Redirection
          3. Modifying the GPOs to Point to the New Shared Folder
          4. Verifying the Migration of Redirected Folders
      10. Summary
    12. 8. Backing Up and Recovering Windows EBS Servers
      1. Replacement Mode Installation
        1. Performing a Replacement Mode Installation
          1. Changing Installation Settings for Server Replacement
      2. Windows Server Backup
        1. Installing Windows Server Backup
        2. Using Windows Server Backup
          1. Connecting to Another Computer
          2. Configuring Performance Settings
          3. Performing a One-Time Backup
          4. Scheduling an Automatic Backup
          5. Modifying an Automatic Backup Schedule
          6. Recovering Backed-Up Volumes
          7. Recovering Files and Folders
      3. Recovering Your Server with Windows Complete PC Restore
        1. Restoring Component Technologies in Windows EBS
          1. Restoring Microsoft Exchange Server 2007
          2. Restoring Forefront TMG
          3. Restoring System Center Essentials
        2. Using Windows EBS–Compatible Backup Applications
      4. Summary
    13. 9. Managing Updates and Software Deployment with System Center Essentials 2007
      1. The System Center Essentials Console
      2. System Center Essentials Configuration Wizards
        1. The Feature Configuration Wizard
        2. The Update Management Configuration Wizard
        3. The Computer And Device Management Wizard
          1. How Are Discovered Computers Managed?
      3. Configuring and Managing Software Updates
        1. The Updates Space
          1. Update Categories
        2. Configuring Update Management
          1. Creating Computer Groups
          2. How to Modify a Configuration
          3. Configuring the Update Files Settings
          4. Configuring the Auto-Approvals Settings
          5. Initial Synchronization
        3. Managing Updates in System Center Essentials
          1. Manually Approving Updates
          2. Declining an Update
          3. Performing Administrative Review of Updates
          4. Initiating an Immediate Update on the Client
          5. Uninstalling Updates
          6. Importing Updates from a Microsoft Partner
          7. Creating a Custom Update Package
      4. Deploying Software in System Center Essentials
        1. Creating a Software Package
          1. Approving a Previously Created Software Package
        2. How Software Is Deployed to Managed Computers
          1. Restart Behavior
          2. Installation Schedule
          3. Publishing a Package in Control Panel
        3. Managing Software Deployment
          1. Modifying a Software Deployment
          2. Verifying the Status of a Software Deployment
      5. Summary
    14. 10. Managing Servers Running Windows Server 2008
      1. Understanding Windows Server Components
        1. Understanding Server Roles
        2. Understanding Role Services
        3. Understanding Features
      2. Using Server Manager
        1. Opening Server Manager
        2. Using the Server Manager Main Window
          1. Server Summary
          2. Roles Summary
          3. Features Summary
          4. Resources and Support
      3. Adding and Removing Roles, Role Services, and Features
        1. Adding and Removing Roles
        2. Adding and Removing Role Services
        3. Reviewing Roles and Role Services
          1. Active Directory Certificate Services (Installed on the Management Server)
          2. Active Directory Domain Services (Installed on the Management Server and Messaging Server)
          3. Active Directory Federation Services
          4. Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (Installed on the Security Server)
          5. Active Directory Rights Management Services
          6. Application Server
          7. DHCP Server (Installed on the Management Server)
          8. DNS Server (Installed on the Management Server and Messaging Server)
          9. Fax Server
          10. File Services (Installed on the Management Server and Messaging Server)
          11. Hyper-V
          12. Network Policy and Access Services (Installed on the Security Server)
          13. Print Services
          14. Terminal Services (Installed on the Management Server and Messaging Server)
          15. UDDI Services
          16. Web Server (IIS) (Installed on all Windows EBS Servers)
          17. Windows Deployment Services
        4. Adding and Removing Features
        5. Reviewing Features
          1. .NET Framework 3.0 Features
          2. BitLocker Drive Encryption
          3. BITS Server Extensions
          4. Connection Manager Administration Kit
          5. Desktop Experience
          6. Group Policy Management (Installed on all Windows EBS Servers)
          7. Internet Printing Client
          8. Internet Storage Name Server
          9. LPR Port Monitor
          10. Message Queuing
          11. Multipath I/O
          12. Network Load Balancing (Installed on the Security Server)
          13. Peer Name Resolution Protocol
          14. Quality Windows Audio Video Experience
          15. Remote Assistance (Installed on the Management Server)
          16. Remote Differential Compression
          17. Remote Server Administration Tools
          18. Removable Storage Manager
          19. RPC Over HTTP Proxy (Installed on the Messaging Server)
          20. Simple TCP/IP Services
          21. SMTP Server
          22. SNMP Services
          23. Storage Manager for SANs
          24. Subsystem for UNIX-Based Applications
          25. Telnet Client
          26. Telnet Server
          27. TFTP Client
          28. Windows Internal Database (Installed on the Management Server)
          29. Windows PowerShell (Installed on all Windows EBS Servers)
          30. Windows Process Activation Service (Installed on all Windows EBS Servers)
          31. Windows Server Backup Features
          32. Windows System Resource Manager
          33. WINS Server
          34. Wireless LAN Service
      4. Using Network and Sharing Center
        1. Network Location
        2. Network Map
        3. Network Discovery
        4. File Sharing
        5. Public Folder Sharing
        6. Printer Sharing
      5. Understanding User Account Control
        1. Running as Administrator in Windows XP and Windows Server 2003
        2. How UAC Fixes the Administrator Problem
        3. Understanding the Differences Between Standard Users and Administrators in Windows Server 2008
        4. Understanding the Windows Server 2008 Logon
        5. Understanding the UAC Elevation Prompts
          1. The Consent Prompt
          2. The Credential Prompt
          3. UAC Prompt Color Coding
          4. UAC Prompts and the Secure Desktop
      6. Configuring User Account Control
        1. Turning UAC On and Off in Control Panel
        2. Locating UAC Policy Settings
        3. Configuring UAC Policy Settings
        4. Running a Command Prompt as Administrator
      7. Summary
    15. 11. Managing Exchange Server 2007
      1. Managing Mailboxes
        1. Adding Additional E-Mail Addresses
          1. Exchange Shell Version
        2. Changing the Default E-Mail Address for a Mailbox
          1. Exchange Shell Version
        3. Setting Permissions—Access
          1. Exchange Shell Version
        4. Setting Permissions—Send As
          1. Exchange Shell Version
        5. Setting Limits
        6. Enabling Forwarding
          1. Exchange Shell Version
      2. Using Contacts
        1. Mail-Enabling Existing Contacts
        2. Adding a New Mail-Enabled Contact
          1. Exchange Shell Version
      3. Managing Distribution Lists
        1. Creating a Distribution Group
          1. Exchange Shell Version
          2. Adding Users to a Distribution Group
        2. Creating a Dynamic Distribution Group
          1. Exchange Shell Version
      4. Adding an Additional E-Mail Domain Name
      5. Summary
    16. 12. Using Forefront Security for Exchange Server
      1. Using the Forefront Server Security Administrator
        1. User Interface
          1. Shuttle Navigator
          2. Work Pane
          3. General Options
      2. Scanning
        1. Number of Engines
        2. Scanning Bias
        3. Types of Scan Jobs
      3. Filtering
        1. Creating a Filter Set Template
          1. Viewing Templates
          2. Creating a New Filter Set Template
          3. Editing a Filter Set Template
          4. Using Filter Lists
        2. File Filtering
        3. Content Filtering
        4. Keyword Filtering
          1. Installing Example Keywords Lists
        5. Worm Purging
      4. Templates
      5. Notifications and Reporting
        1. Configuring Notifications
        2. Editing Notifications/Keyword Substitution Macros
        3. Incident Report
        4. Quarantine
      6. Scanner Updates
        1. Automatic Update Settings
          1. Manual Updates
      7. FSE Options
        1. General Options
        2. Registry Settings
      8. Summary
    17. 13. Configuring Forefront Threat Management Gateway
      1. Introducing Forefront TMG
        1. Understanding Networks in Forefront TMG
        2. Understanding Forefront TMG Rule Types
          1. Understanding Network Rules
          2. Understanding Firewall Policy Rules
          3. Understanding System Policy Rules
        3. Understanding Web Access Policy
          1. Creating a Web Access Policy
      2. Understanding Web Publishing
        1. Understanding Web Listeners
        2. Default Web Publishing Rules in Windows EBS
        3. Creating Web Publishing Rules
          1. Running the New Web Publishing Rule Wizard
      3. Understanding Server Publishing
        1. Creating a New Server Publishing Rule
      4. Understanding Forefront TMG Clients
        1. Update or Install Firewall Client
      5. Understanding Firewall Policy Rule Processing
        1. How Forefront TMG Processes Outbound Requests
        2. How Forefront TMG Processes Inbound Requests
        3. How Forefront TMG Evaluates Addresses in HTTP Requests
        4. How Forefront TMG Processes Rules Requiring Authentication
        5. Recommendations for Ordering Firewall Policy Rules
          1. Rule Elements Forefront TMG Processes Quickly
          2. Rule Elements Forefront TMG Processes Slowly
          3. General Rule Order Recommendations
      6. Understanding Web Caching in Forefront TMG
        1. Configuring Web Caching
      7. Understanding HTTP Malware Inspection
        1. Enabling and Disabling Malware Inspection
        2. Configuring Malware Inspection Updates
          1. Reviewing the Malware Inspection License
        3. Configuring Exceptions for Malware Inspections
        4. Configuring Web Content Delivery Methods
      8. Summary
    18. 14. Windows EBS Premium Edition
      1. Fourth Server
        1. Virtualization Host
          1. Requirements
          2. Choosing Between Server Core Installation and Full Installation
          3. Installation and Initial Configuration
          4. Installing the Hyper-V Role
        2. Configuring Hyper-V
          1. Configuring Networks
          2. Server Settings
          3. Creating a Virtual Machine
          4. Machine Settings
            1. Memory and CPU
            2. Disks and Controllers
            3. Network Adapters
          5. COM and Floppy
        3. Working with a Virtual Machine
          1. Starting, Stopping, Saving, Snapshotting
      2. SQL Server 2008
        1. Installation Choices
        2. Restrictions
        3. Installing Prerequisites
        4. Licensing
      3. Terminal Services
        1. TS Gateway
        2. TS RemoteApps
        3. TS Web Access
        4. Enabling Role and Role Services
        5. Configuring TS RemoteApps
        6. TS RemoteApp Manager
          1. Configuring the TS Web Access Computers Group
          2. Adding Applications to TS RemoteApps
          3. Deploying with .rdp and .msi Files
        7. Adding TS RemoteApps to SharePoint
          1. Add TS WebAccess Role Service
          2. Register the Web Part as Safe
          3. Create a Folder to Store the Web Part
          4. Add the Web Part to Companyweb
      4. Summary
    19. 15. Monitoring and Reporting
      1. The Windows EBS Management Console
        1. System Health Tab
        2. Computers And Devices Tab
      2. System Center Essentials
        1. Monitoring
          1. State
          2. Recalculate Health
          3. Overrides
          4. Alerts
        2. Reporting
          1. Finding the Right Report
          2. Setting Report Parameters
        3. Administration
          1. Settings
      3. Summary
    20. A. About the Authors
    21. B. Additional Resources for IT Professionals from Microsoft Press
      1. Windows Server
      2. Windows Client
      3. SQL Server 2008
      4. Exchange Server 2007
      5. Scripting
    22. C. More Great Resources for IT Professionals from Microsoft Press
      1. Administrator’s Pocket Consultant
      2. Administrator’s Companion
      3. Resource Kit
      4. Self-Paced Training Kit
    23. Index
    24. SPECIAL OFFER: Upgrade this ebook with O’Reilly