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FIGURE 23-14 The System Properties dialog box
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You can enter a description for this computer if you want, but it s hardly ever visible and thus not terribly useful. Click Change to open the Computer Name/Domain Changes dialog box shown in Figure 23-15.
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FIGURE 23-15 The Computer Name/Domain Changes dialog box
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Type in a computer name consistent with your naming convention and then select Domain to type in the SBS domain name.
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Click OK. You are prompted for credentials to perform the change, as shown in Figure 23-16. This should be the administrator account you chose for the SBS domain.
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FIGURE 23-16 You must provide administrative credentials for the SBS domain.
Click OK. If there aren t any problems, you ll get a Welcome message like that shown in Figure 23-17.
FIGURE 23-17 The Welcome message lets you know you re now joined to the domain.
Click OK to acknowledge the Welcome message. You ll be warned that you need to restart the server before the changes take full effect. Click Close and then click OK a couple more times and the server will reboot.
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It s tempting at this point to try to delay the reboot to see if you can
squeeze a few more things in before having to wait for the server to shut down and restart. And we understand the temptation we re big fans of minimizing the number of reboots required and doing as many things as we can when we know we re going to have to reboot. But this is the one time when we think you shouldn t do it. You need to get that new name and security in place before anything else happens.
After the server has rebooted, log on with an SBS account not the local administrator account to complete the con guration of the server.
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The next group of settings on the ICT Wizard is used to set how updates are handled and what feedback is sent to Microsoft. The rst setting in this section of the ICT Wizard is to actually con gure what settings are used for updates and feedback. You can make three basic choices when you click Enable Automatic Updating And Feedback on the ICT Wizard: Windows and Microsoft Update settings Windows Error Reporting settings Customer Experience Improvement Program settings To con gure these settings, follow these steps:
On the Initial Con guration Tasks Wizard, click Enable Automatic Updating And Feedback to open the dialog box shown in Figure 23-18.
FIGURE 23-18 The Enable Windows Automatic Updating And Feedback dialog box
Unless you really want your server to be automatically downloading and installing updates with no warning, and with automatic reboots (again without warning), do not select Enable Windows Automatic Updating And Feedback. Click Manually Con gure Settings to open the dialog box shown in Figure 23-19. To con gure how the Windows and Microsoft updates are handled on this server, use the Windows SBS Console, as described in 15, Managing Software Updates. Click Change Settings in the Windows Error Reporting section to open the Windows Error Reporting Con guration dialog box shown in Figure 23-20. Select how you want error reports handled. We think that automatically sending at least summary reports, and preferably detailed reports, is good for all of us. See the Under the Hood sidebar titled Windows Error Reporting for more information on what is sent and why we care. When you ve made your selection, click OK to return to the Manually Con gure Settings dialog box, shown in Figure 23-19.
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FIGURE 23-19 The Manually Configure Settings dialog box
FIGURE 23-20 The Windows Error Reporting Configuration dialog box
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Click Change Settings in the Customer Experience Improvement Program (CEIP) section to open the Customer Experience Improvement Program Con guration dialog box shown in Figure 23-21.
FIGURE 23-21 The Customer Experience Improvement Program Configuration dialog box
The default is to not automatically participate in the CEIP. When you choose to participate, no personal or organizationally identi able information is sent to Microsoft. None. But they do gather information about your hardware and the Server Roles installed on the server, and if you include details about your organization s servers, workstations, and industry, that information is linked to the collected data. Personally, we choose to send it. Make your selections, click OK, and then click Close to return to the ICT Wizard.
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