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Windows Small Business Server 2003 ‘ten SBS 2008’e migration işlemlerinin nasıl yapıldığını anlatan sunumdur.

Windows Small Business Server 2003 ‘ten SBS 2008’e migration işlemlerinin nasıl yapıldığını anlatan sunumdur.

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  • Key Message: Title Slide Instructor:Introduce Module
  • Timing: 2 min  Key Message:Remote Web Access provides many ways to customize the experience including logon pages, access rights for users and various features.Instructor: The below list shows the customization features.Remote Web Access user access:Specify which users and groups have permission to sign in to Remote Web Access. Remote Web Access sign-in page:Display the name of your organization and choose a custom background image. Remote Web Access home page:Provide a name, description, and logo for your Remote Web Access to display on the home page. You can also choose which Organizational and Administration links to make available to Remote Web Access users to suit the needs of your organization. Check e-mail:Display this link to enable users to access their e-mail and calendar from your Outlook Web Access site:Connect to computerDisplay this link to enable users to establish a remote connection to a computer at work. Internal Web Site (SharePoint):Display this link to enable users to connect to your organizations Internal Web site. Access Shared Files:Display this link to enable users to access files and folders that are shared by network users. Owners of shared files and folders assign and manage access permissions for their content. Change password:Display this link to enable users to change their network passwords. Help:Display this link to give users access to Help topics for learning about network features. Organization links:Display this link section to expose custom links that are specific to your organization. Add, edit, and remove links in accordance with the needs of your organization. Personal links:Display this link section to give users access to the personal links that they added by using the Desktop Links gadget. Administration Links:Display this link and assign permissions to enable users with administrative roles to use Remote Web Access to perform assigned tasks. Slide Transition Note: Lets look at RWA requirements
  • Timing: 2 min  Key Message:Remote Web Access provides a simple way for external and roaming users to access content, email, company intranet and important links through a browser.Instructor: Remote Web Access is the new update of the Remote Web Workplace. It provides external access to a pre-installed secured portal from most web browsers. Users can access their email and calendar, contacts and tasks through Outlook Web Access. You can also access your intranet (CompanyWeb) based on Sharepoint Foundation Server 2010. Access to data stored in shared folders is also capable, including download and uploading of content. Users can also change passwords through the self-service password change tool, and take control of internal clients on the intranet securely through the in-built RDS gateway.Slide Transition Note: Lets look at customizing the RWA experience
  • Timing: 2 min  Key Message:Remote Web Access provides a simple way for external and roaming users to access content, email, company intranet and important links through a browser.Instructor: Remote Web Access is the new update of the Remote Web Workplace. It provides external access to a pre-installed secured portal from most web browsers. Users can access their email and calendar, contacts and tasks through Outlook Web Access. You can also access your intranet (CompanyWeb) based on Sharepoint Foundation Server 2010. Access to data stored in shared folders is also capable, including download and uploading of content. Users can also change passwords through the self-service password change tool, and take control of internal clients on the intranet securely through the in-built RDS gateway.Slide Transition Note: Lets look at customizing the RWA experience
  • Timing: 2 min  Key Message:Remote Web Access provides a simple way for external and roaming users to access content, email, company intranet and important links through a browser.Instructor: Remote Web Access is the new update of the Remote Web Workplace. It provides external access to a pre-installed secured portal from most web browsers. Users can access their email and calendar, contacts and tasks through Outlook Web Access. You can also access your intranet (CompanyWeb) based on Sharepoint Foundation Server 2010. Access to data stored in shared folders is also capable, including download and uploading of content. Users can also change passwords through the self-service password change tool, and take control of internal clients on the intranet securely through the in-built RDS gateway.Slide Transition Note: Lets look at customizing the RWA experience
  • Timing: 2 min  Key Message:Users must have rights to access RWA, and the router must be correctly configured to support external RWA access.Instructor: These are the minimum requirements a client must meet in order to access RWA features.RWA is setup out of the box and finalized when running the IAMW, and only client side configuration is required for access. Further customizations to RWA can be done in the SBS management console.Students may wonder why the Router does not need port 3389 for RDP. This is due to RWA using the RDS Gateway which does not require 3389.Slide Transition Note: lets look a securing our access to RWA
  • Timing: 2 min  Key Message:Users must have rights to access RWA, and the router must be correctly configured to support external RWA access.Instructor: These are the minimum requirements a client must meet in order to access RWA features.RWA is setup out of the box and finalized when running the IAMW, and only client side configuration is required for access. Further customizations to RWA can be done in the SBS management console.Students may wonder why the Router does not need port 3389 for RDP. This is due to RWA using the RDS Gateway which does not require 3389.Slide Transition Note: lets look a securing our access to RWA
  • Timing: 2 min  Key Message:Users must have rights to access RWA, and the router must be correctly configured to support external RWA access.Instructor: These are the minimum requirements a client must meet in order to access RWA features.RWA is setup out of the box and finalized when running the IAMW, and only client side configuration is required for access. Further customizations to RWA can be done in the SBS management console.Students may wonder why the Router does not need port 3389 for RDP. This is due to RWA using the RDS Gateway which does not require 3389.Slide Transition Note: lets look a securing our access to RWA
  • Timing: 2 min  Key Message:Users must have rights to access RWA, and the router must be correctly configured to support external RWA access.Instructor: These are the minimum requirements a client must meet in order to access RWA features.RWA is setup out of the box and finalized when running the IAMW, and only client side configuration is required for access. Further customizations to RWA can be done in the SBS management console.Students may wonder why the Router does not need port 3389 for RDP. This is due to RWA using the RDS Gateway which does not require 3389.Slide Transition Note: lets look a securing our access to RWA
  • Timing: 2 min  Key Message:Users must have rights to access RWA, and the router must be correctly configured to support external RWA access.Instructor: These are the minimum requirements a client must meet in order to access RWA features.RWA is setup out of the box and finalized when running the IAMW, and only client side configuration is required for access. Further customizations to RWA can be done in the SBS management console.Students may wonder why the Router does not need port 3389 for RDP. This is due to RWA using the RDS Gateway which does not require 3389.Slide Transition Note: lets look a securing our access to RWA
  • Timing: 2 min  Key Message:Users must have rights to access RWA, and the router must be correctly configured to support external RWA access.Instructor: These are the minimum requirements a client must meet in order to access RWA features.RWA is setup out of the box and finalized when running the IAMW, and only client side configuration is required for access. Further customizations to RWA can be done in the SBS management console.Students may wonder why the Router does not need port 3389 for RDP. This is due to RWA using the RDS Gateway which does not require 3389.Slide Transition Note: lets look a securing our access to RWA
  • Timing: 2 min  Key Message:Users must have rights to access RWA, and the router must be correctly configured to support external RWA access.Instructor: These are the minimum requirements a client must meet in order to access RWA features.RWA is setup out of the box and finalized when running the IAMW, and only client side configuration is required for access. Further customizations to RWA can be done in the SBS management console.Students may wonder why the Router does not need port 3389 for RDP. This is due to RWA using the RDS Gateway which does not require 3389.Slide Transition Note: lets look a securing our access to RWA
  • Timing: 2 min  Key Message:Users must have rights to access RWA, and the router must be correctly configured to support external RWA access.Instructor: These are the minimum requirements a client must meet in order to access RWA features.RWA is setup out of the box and finalized when running the IAMW, and only client side configuration is required for access. Further customizations to RWA can be done in the SBS management console.Students may wonder why the Router does not need port 3389 for RDP. This is due to RWA using the RDS Gateway which does not require 3389.Slide Transition Note: lets look a securing our access to RWA
  • Timing: 2 min  Key Message:Users must have rights to access RWA, and the router must be correctly configured to support external RWA access.Instructor: These are the minimum requirements a client must meet in order to access RWA features.RWA is setup out of the box and finalized when running the IAMW, and only client side configuration is required for access. Further customizations to RWA can be done in the SBS management console.Students may wonder why the Router does not need port 3389 for RDP. This is due to RWA using the RDS Gateway which does not require 3389.Slide Transition Note: lets look a securing our access to RWA
  • Timing: 2 min  Key Message:Users must have rights to access RWA, and the router must be correctly configured to support external RWA access.Instructor: These are the minimum requirements a client must meet in order to access RWA features.RWA is setup out of the box and finalized when running the IAMW, and only client side configuration is required for access. Further customizations to RWA can be done in the SBS management console.Students may wonder why the Router does not need port 3389 for RDP. This is due to RWA using the RDS Gateway which does not require 3389.Slide Transition Note: lets look a securing our access to RWA
  • Key Message: Elicit questions from the audience.Instructor:Timing: As long as necessary.
  • Key Message: Elicit questions from the audience.Instructor:Timing: As long as necessary.

Windows Small Business Server 2003'ten SBS 2008'e Migration Windows Small Business Server 2003'ten SBS 2008'e Migration Presentation Transcript

  • Windows Small Business Server2003ten SBS 2008e MigrationMustafa KARADanışman / Sistem ve PlatformBilgeAdam Kurumsalmustafa.kara@bilgeadam.com
  • Ajanda Genel Başlıklar: • Başlamadan önce hatırlanması gerekenler • Migrate seçenekleri • Migrate adımları • Demo • Soru - Cevap
  • Başlamadan Önce Migrate başlamdan önce hatırlanması gerekenler : • SBS 2008 çalıştırabilecek donanım gereksinimine sahip 64 bitlik bir mimariyi içeren bir sistem • 32 bitlik bir mimari üzerinde 64 bitlik bir “in-place” upgrade yapma şansı yoktur • SBS 2008 üzerinde ISA server yoktur.Bu yüzden bu ürünün kullanımı Software Assurance (Yazılım Güvencesi ile) kullanıma imkan verilecektir. • SBS 2008in Premium sürümünde SQL 2008 Standard kullanımına imkan verilir. • SQL 2008in downgrad yapılmasına imkan tanınır.
  • Başlamadan Önce Windows SBS 2003’ten SBS 2008’e Göç Dokümanı: • http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=4023
  • Migrate Seçenekleri Migrate işlemleri için kullanılan seçenekler: • 1.Mevcut SBS 2003 etki alanına yeni sucuyu eklenir ◦ Eski SBS 2003 sunucu kaldırılır • 2.Yazılım Güvencesi / Tam Paket Ürün hakları ile fiziksel SBS 2003 sanal ortama çevirilir. ◦ SBS 2003te Hyper-V sanallaştırma yoktur • 3.Yeni server kurulur ve var olan tüm verile bu sistem aktarılır
  • Migrate Adımları Mevcut SBS 2003’ün yedeği alınır
  • Migrate Adımları Mevcut SBS 2003’ten gereksiz yazılım ve dosyalar temizlenir
  • Migrate Adımları Cevap dosyası oluşturulur
  • Migrate Adımları Yeni bir SBS 2008 kurulur
  • Migrate Adımları Answer File Tool
  • Migrate Adımları Migration’a başlanır
  • Migrate Adımları Ayarlamalar tamamlanır
  • Migrate Adımları Mevcut SBS 2003 kaldırılır
  • Migrate Adımları SBS 2008 Premium Sürümünü seçtiyseniz
  • Migrate Adımları Yeni özellikleri kullanabilirsiniz
  • DemoSmall Business Server 2003’ten SBS 2008’e Migrate edilme adımlarıve uygulaması
  • Soru & Cevap ? ?
  • TEŞEKKÜRLER SBS Kaynak Blogu,SBS Hakkında Herşey: www.sbs-2008.comSystem Center Blogu,Tüm SystemCenter Ürünleri tek blogta:systemcenterblog.wordpress.com Microsoft Türkiye: www.microsoft.com/turkiyeSmall Business Server 2011 Standardhakkında daha fazla bilgi:www.microsoft.com/sbs Mustafa KARA kişisel blog: www.mustafakara.net.tr