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The hardware requirements for Windows SBS Server are detailed in Tables 1-1 and 1-2. Bear in mind that actual requirements can vary based on your system con guration and the applications and features you need to use. Processor performance is dependent not only on the clock frequency of the processor, but also on the number of cores and the size of the processor cache. As always, disk space requirements for the system partition are approximate. Additional available hard disk space may be required if you are installing over a network.
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TABLE 1-1 Hardware Requirements for Windows Small Business Server 2008 Standard Edition
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x64 (AMD64 or Intel EM64T) 1 1 4 GB
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x64 (AMD64 or Intel EM64T) 2 2 4 6 8 GB 80 GB 512 GB
x64 (AMD64 or Intel EM64T) 4 16 (current) 32 GB 2 terabytes 256 terabytes (64K clusters) GbE or any Windows Server 2008 supported network interface Yes 1024 768 or higher Yes USB or eSATA Required for fax services
RAM Disk System Data NIC
60 GB
10/100 Ethernet adapter
DVD Video Keyboard/Mouse External Disks (for backup) Modem
Yes 1024 768 Yes USB or eSATA Required for fax services
Yes 1024 768 or higher Yes USB or eSATA Required for fax services
Introducing Windows Small Business Server 2008
TABLE 1-2 Hardware Requirements for Windows Small Business Server 2008 Premium Edition Second Server
HARDWARE
MINIMAL
OPTIMAL
MAXIMUM
Processor
Type Number Cores
32-bit or x64 1 1 2 GB
32-bit or x64 2 2 4 6 8 GB (x64) or 4 GB (32-bit) 40 GB 512 GB
32-bit or x64 4 16 (current) 32 GB (x64) or 4 GB (32-bit) 2 terabytes 256 terabytes (64 KB clusters) GbE or any Windows Server 2008 supported network interface Yes 1024 768 or higher Yes
RAM Disk System
10 GB
Data
NIC 10/100 Ethernet adapter
DVD Video Keyboard/Mouse
Yes 1024 768 Yes
Yes 1024 768 or higher Yes
Restrictions on Windows SBS 2008
Because Windows Small Business Server is designed for smaller organizations and because of its bargain price you will face speci c limits when working with the package. These limits are not recommendations they re boundaries that can t be transcended. Windows Small Business Server is limited to 75 users. Only one computer in a domain can be running Windows Small Business Server. Windows Small Business Server must be the root of the Active Directory forest. Windows Small Business Server cannot trust any other domains. It cannot have any child domains.
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Each edition of Windows SBS Server 2008 comes with ve Client Access
Licenses (CALs). If you have the premium edition, you can buy additional standard or premium CALs. If you have the standard edition, you can purchase additional standard CALs. A change with this version of Windows SBS Server is that you can purchase CALs individually or in groups, the size of which you determine.
Restrictions on Windows SBS 2008
Summary
This chapter is just a brief introduction to Windows SBS Server 2008. As you move on to specialized chapters, you ll learn the advantages of various features and how to best make use of them in your organization. The next three chapters address planning and preparation. Of particular importance is the next chapter, Understanding 64-Bit Windows, a subject that mysti es many but is made clear here.
Introducing Windows Small Business Server 2008
Understanding 64-Bit Windows
Why the Change 14 What Are the Advantages 15 What Are the Challenges 19 What About Clients Summary 22 21
indows Small Business Server (SBS) 2008 is a complete architectural change from earlier versions of SBS it is built on the 64-bit version of Windows Server 2008. This is a radical change for those who have only been using 32-bit Windows. Gone are the memory constraints inherent in 32-bit Windows, and with them some of the limitations inherent in SBS. In this chapter, we ll cover some of the underlying reasons for the change to 64-bit, how it affects what you can (and can t) do with Windows Small Business Server 2008, and how this change will also affect the clients on your SBS network.
R REAL WORLD Overcoming the Fear Factor
e ve been running 64-bit Windows rst as Windows XP Professional x64 Edition and now the 64-bit versions of Windows Vista and Win-
dows Server 2008 since early in 2005, and we have to admit, it was a bit of a struggle early on. Drivers were the biggest issue, because all drivers had to be rewritten for 64-bit. But careful selection of hardware solved that issue, and we were up and running. What we quickly gured out was that pretty much all of our programs worked just as we expected them to. They were just as fast (in some cases a bit faster), and the few things that didn t work were predictable and expected. But even more important was that Windows XP Professional x64 Edition looked, felt, and behaved just like our familiar 32-bit Windows XP Professional.
Oh, there were a few differences, but they were trivial compared to the similarities. Windows XP x64 just felt right. On the Windows Server side, the driver issues are pretty much long gone. It would be hard today to buy any server-class computer that doesn t support 64-bit Windows. Windows Small Business Server 2008 will work on virtually any server you buy today, with the obvious exception of one based on Intel s Itanium processor. Those servers are 64-bit, but have a completely different architecture and are entirely focused on the enterprise side of the server market.
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