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Introducing SQL Server 2008 Standard Edition for Small Business
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the Ready To Install page (Figure 24-12) displays. Con rm that the installation tree is correct and click Install.
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FIGURE 24-11 The final set of installation rules
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FIGURE 24-12 The list of components ready to install
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The Installation Progress page follows the installation performance (Figure 24-13).
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Installing SQL Server (Part Two)
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FIGURE 24-13 The Installation Progress page
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At the completion of installation, the Installation Progress page displays the features and their status (Success or Failure). Click Next. On the Complete page, as shown in Figure 24-14, review the information about your setup and notes that apply to your installation.
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FIGURE 24-14 The Complete page for the SQL Server installation
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Introducing SQL Server 2008 Standard Edition for Small Business
Click the link at the top of the page to review an exceedingly detailed log le for the installation. This information can be very useful for any feature that failed installation. Click Close to nish.
When the installation is complete, select All Programs on the Start menu and then expand the Microsoft SQL Server 2008 entry (Figure 24-15). You can import an existing database and access the con guration tools you ve installed.
FIGURE 24-15 Your SQL Server installation on the Start menu
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or the most up-to-date SQL Server 2008 documentation, click the links on the Resources page of the SQL Server Installation Center.
For help with setting up your database and maintaining it, two helpful books are Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Step-by-Step (2008) and Microsoft SQL Server 2008 t Administrator s Pocket Consultant (2008), both from Microsoft Press.
Summary
In this chapter, we ve provided a brief look at the planning and installation of SQL Server 2008 on your Windows SBS network. In the next chapter, we move on to adding and managing the very useful Terminal Services.
Summary CHAPTER 24 593
Adding a Terminal Server
New Terminal Services Features Concepts 597 595 Installing Terminal Services Role 599 Con guring Terminal Services Licensing Con guring TS RemoteApps 611 Adding a RemoteApp to Remote Web Workplace Summary 623 616 608
ne of the potential uses for the second server that the Premium Edition of Windows Small Business Server 2008 enables is as a Terminal Server. With the new features of Terminal Services in Windows Server 2008, we think this is a very compelling option, and one that we are implementing in our of ce already. Adding a terminal server to SBS 2008 doesn t require purchasing the Premium Edition of SBS any copy of Windows Server 2003 or Windows Server 2008 will do, though we strongly recommend Windows Server 2008. The additional features and security in Windows Server 2008 are compelling, especially those for a terminal server. We also strongly recommend using the 64-bit version of Windows Server 2008 for a terminal server. Because of the better memory management and larger virtual memory address space, x64 versions of Windows are able to support more Terminal Server users.
New Terminal Services Features
Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services is a major update from the Terminal Services in Windows Server 2003. The three major new features are TS Gateway, TS RemoteApps, and TS Web Access. For most SBS environments, the rst two of these are the most important. TS Gateway is used by the new Remote Web Workplace (RWW), and TS RemoteApps gives us the ability to use speci c applications running on a terminal server as if they were local. TS Web Access is also useful, but rather than setting up a traditional Web server to provide access to applications, we ll use Microsoft Of ce SharePoint Server to put them directly onto Companyweb, the SBS intranet. For more on that, see 22, Customizing a SharePoint Site.
TS Gateway
TS Gateway is automatically installed on the main SBS server and precon gured to support RWW. In SBS 2003, RWW acted as a proxy for the Remote Desktop Protocol, using port 4125 as the incoming port to connect remote users to clients in the SBS domain. This worked well and was the big application in SBS 2003. In fact, it was so successful that a lot of enterprise networks were envious of the technology. In Windows Server 2008, Microsoft added TS Gateway to allow a similar functionality, but instead of using an RDP proxy across port 4125, TS Gateway tunnels traf c over HTTPS to help form a secure, encrypted connection between remote users on the Internet and the remote computers on which their productivity applications run, even if their use is located behind a network address translation (NAT) Traversal based router. The SBS team chose to use the new TS Gateway functionality of Windows Server 2008 for the Remote Web Workplace, which is a good idea because it allows us to do some really cool things with RWW, including adding links to applications that can be run directly from RWW across the Internet.
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