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 PostPost subject: Windows Small Business Server 2008 RC0        Posted: Tue Jun 10, 2008 9:55 pm 
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Windows Small Business Server 2008 (Windows SBS 2008) is an integrated server solution that helps you protect your business data, increase productivity and present a more professional image to customers. By providing many of the features used by larger companies --e-mail, an Internet connectivity, internal Web sites, remote access, support for mobile devices, file and printer sharing, backup, and restore--Windows SBS 2008 gives you the tools you need to help grow your business.

Windows SBS 2008 is available in two editions: Standard and Premium.

Standard Edition includes the software to install the primary Small Business Server. To install Standard Edition, you will need to download:

SBS2008_RC0_ENU_DVD1.iso - Small Business Server Installation


Premium Edition includes software to install an additional Windows Server (either x86 or x64) for your domain, with the option of running SQL Server. To install Premium Edition, you will need to download:
SBS2008_RC0_ENU_DVD1.iso - Small Business Server Installation
SBS2008_RC0_ENU_DVD2.iso - Additional Server Installation x86
SBS2008_RC0_ENU_DVD3.iso - Additional Server Installation x64
SBS2008_RC0_ENU_DVD4.iso - SQL Server 2008 for Small Business CTP6

More information about Windows SBS 2008 editions is available here

Download: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/deta ... lang=en&tm


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How many people would actually have a system which complies with the system requirements, which is available for testing? Also, Microsoft finally got the requirements right for SBS, SBS2003 R1 had a recommendation of 384 MB, while mostly using 600 MB, or would SBS2008 use 4.2 GB of RAM?


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