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FIGURE 8-18 Starting Live OneCare
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Con rm the language choice and click Next. Read the Terms Of Use and select I Accept The Terms Of Use. Click Next. OneCare downloads and installs updates. This may take a while, though not as long as the dialog box estimates.
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When OneCare nishes updating, a reboot may be required.
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The protective functions of Live OneCare can be automated (advisable) or performed manually. It s best to set up a schedule to automatically tune up your server and check for viruses and spyware. You can run these programs manually as well. To open Live OneCare, select All Programs from the Start menu and then select Windows Live OneCare. On the Home page (Figure 8-19), you can click a link to perform a scan or select Change Settings to automate scans.
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Scan For Viruses And Spyware Click this link to manually perform scans to nd
viruses, spyware, Trojans, and worms. You can choose from three options: Quick Scan checks the locations on your computer where viruses and spyware are most likely to be found. It s not a comprehensive scan, and it won t evaluate other clean-up or tune-up issues on your computer. Complete Scan searches everywhere, including external drives. Custom Scan searches areas you specify.
Start Tune-up Scan The tune-up scan, shown in Figure 8-20, performs the following:
Removes unnecessary les if Tune-up is set to remove les. Click Change Settings and then click Tune-up to add this option. Scans for viruses and other undesirable software. Checks for les that need backing up. Checks for high-priority security updates from Microsoft. The Tune-up scan takes quite some time to perform, so be sure to schedule it during off hours. Click the Change Settings link to customize settings for these scans as well as settings for a log of Live OneCare activity.
Completing the Getting Started Tasks
FIGURE 8-20 The Tune-up scan starts.
NOTE E
For all the details on setting up backup operations, see 16, Con guring
Backup.
Add Users, Computers, and Devices
For details on these links, see the following chapters:
How Can Users Access Computers On The Network 9, Managing
Users and Groups
Add A New User Account 9 Connect Computers To Your Network 14, Managing Computers on the
Network
How Can I Add A Shared Printer To The Network 13, Installing and
Managing Printers
Network Essentials Summary
The Home page of the Windows SBS Console shows a real-time summary of fundamental network health. Click any of the links to review the nature of any alerts or warnings.
Security The Security Center reports the details of warnings or alerts and directs you
to the tools to solve them.
Updates Warns if necessary updates aren t installed. Follow the link to the Update
Center to correct the problem.
Network Essentials Summary
Backup Alerts you if backups have not been performed. See 25, Adding a
Terminal Server, for details on con guring your backup plan.
Other Alerts Warns of other potential problems, such as clients without virus protection or security updates.
Summary
This chapter has addressed the processes necessary to complete the Getting Started Tasks, including making a connection to the Internet, acquiring an Internet domain name, and handling trusted certi cates. You can always return to the Home page of the Windows SBS Console to perform tasks that you ve postponed and rerun the wizards you ve already used. In the next chapter, we move on to the details of creating and con guring individual user accounts as well as the use of groups to re ne and simplify the administration of your Windows SBS 2008 network.
Completing the Getting Started Tasks
PAR T III
Performing Basic Tasks
CHAPTER 9 CHAPTER 10 CHAPTER 11 CHAPTER 12 CHAPTER 13 CHAPTER 14 CHAPTER 15 CHAPTER 16
Managing Users and Groups 185 Shares and Permissions Disk Management 221 203
Storage Management 249 Installing and Managing Printers 285 Managing Computers on the Network Managing Software Updates Con guring Backup 351 331 307
Managing Users and Groups
Understanding Groups 185 Creating Groups 187 Working with Groups Managing User Roles 189 195 199
Adding a New User Account
Adding Multiple User Accounts 201 Giving Users Access to Computers Summary 202 202
hen it comes to a network, the users and administrators all have different sets of needs, and some of those needs can come into con ict. For the most part, users need reliable access to the les, folders, applications, printers, and other devices required to do their jobs. What they don t need are error messages, delays, or any other obstructions. The person in charge of the network has his or her own needs, such as shielding need-to-know material from those who don t need to know and protecting the users from themselves. The key to bringing these needs into balance is the con guration of groups and users the topic of this chapter.
Understanding Groups
Because Windows Server 2008 is the underlying operating system for SBS 2008, all the built-in security groups integral to Windows Server 2008 still exist. However, many of these groups are intended for much larger, multidomain networks, so the designers of Windows Small Business Server created a subset of organizational units to simplify administration. In practice, a group is usually a collection of user accounts. The point of groups is to allow the network administrator to assign rights and permissions to groups rather than to individual users. Groups can be customized and users added or removed in a single step.
SBS allows two group types: security and distribution. Most groups are security groups because they re the only groups through which permissions can be assigned. Each security group is also assigned a group scope, which de nes how permissions are assigned to the group s members. User rights are assigned to security groups to establish what members of the group can or cannot do. Some rights are automatically assigned to some groups for example, a user who is a member of the Remote Web Workplace Users group has the ability to connect using Remote Web Workplace. E-mail distribution groups, on the other hand, are not security-enabled and can be used only with e-mail applications to send e-mail to sets of users.
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