Utilizing SharePoint to improve your business (1.5MB)
Gettiing Started With SharePoint Online Tutorial Template (0.2M)
These are publications that have been written about technology by the CIAOPS that is no longer considered mainstream. They are made available free and provided 'as is'.
Getting Started with SharePoint Online for Small Business (Wave 14) - PDF
Getting Started with SharePoint Online for Small Business (Wave 14) - ePub
Getting Started with SharePoint Online for Small Business (Wave 14) - Mobi
Getting Started with SharePoint Online for Enterprises (Wave 14) - PDF
Getting Started with SharePoint Online for Enterprises (Wave 14) - ePub
Getting Started with SharePoint Online for Enterprises (Wave 14) - Mobi
How to set up Outlook Express to send and receive from an external mail server. This document also covers how to add multiple mail accounts to Outlook Express.
If you need to export, import with exmerge or use the Exchange 2003 Recovery Storage Group you are going to need to have administrator privileges over the whole of Exchange server. By default these privileges are not given to any user.
By default ISA2004 does not allow FTP uploading to remote sites ( FTP write ). This document shows how to enable this.
How to create, submit monitor and view the logs of Arcserve 2000. This article is still relevant to current editions of Arcserve but was written specifically for Arcserve 2000.
Backing up data is an "Art" that should be mastered by all who answer affirmative to the question - "Is my data valuable ?". This document removes the technology in a effort to help people understand why backups are important.
How to create an additional top level Sharepoint site on SBS 2003 that resides on the same server as the default Companyweb top level site.
How to use Windows Task Manager to end rogue processes, change user passwords and shut the system down.
How to enable and disable the ISA 2000 client for workstations. This may be necessary for certain programs that require access to the Internet or for roaming laptops that connect to the Internet via different methods.
How to totally erase all the information on a backup tape using Arcserve 2000. This article is still relevant to current editions of Arcserve but was written specifically for Arcserve 2000.
How to recover Exchange Server 2003 using Brightstor Arcserve. The documents covers the methods of a complete restore of the Exchange databases as well as recovery via the Exchange Recovery Storage Group.
How to use connection filtering in SBS 2003 Standard to block IP addresses from connecting to the SBS server.
Shows how to determine the GUID of the Information. This may be of benefit if there are multiple stores or if there were previously created stores that no longer exist.
Introduction to Microsoft Small Business Server 2003 (SBS). This document will not only give you information about the software but also what hardware you should purchase.
How to move the Sharepoint files that are associated with companyweb on SBS2003. Normally they are installed on the C: drive which may start to fill as companyweb usage increases.
How to recovery Exchange Server 2003 using NTBackup. The documents covers the methods of a complete restore of the Exchange databases as well as recovery via the Exchange Recovery Storage Group.
How to configure remote clients with IE7 installed to work with SBS2003 Outlook Web Access and Remote Web Workplace.
Details how to enable Recipient Filtering as well as Tar Pitting to prevent emails being received for non mail enabled users in Exchange 2003.
How to setup email alerts with Arcserve V11.0 so that you will receive an email at the completion of each backup job telling you the success or failure of the job.
How to temporarily and permanently disable the eTrust Personal Firewall that comes with eTrust Internet Security suite.
How to set up a folder structure in Outlook Express and have different mail items delivered to these folders depending the criteria that you set.
The basic things that you should know about your IT systems. You should be able to perform all the items on this list without any external assistance. If you can't then your fate is in the hands of someone else and that ain't good.
Troubleshooting steps and hints you can take when you are trying to isolate connectivity issues on your network.