Advanced Management

Platí pro: Windows SBS 2003

Advanced Management is a snap-in in Server Management that contains tools for managing advanced features of Windows Small Business Server 2003. These tools are typically used less frequently than those in the Standard Management snap-in. For more information, see Server Management.

Advanced Management comes preconfigured with the following management components.


Management component Description

Active Directory Users and Computers

Contains tools that enable you to create, delete, modify, move, and set permissions on objects stored in the directory. For more information, see Active Directory Users and Computers.

Group Policy Management

Contains tools that help you manage Group Policy for your organization. For more information, see Group Policy Management.

Computer Management

Combines several administration tools that you can use to manage a local or remote computer. For more information, see Computer Management.

Exchange Server

Contains tools that help you to manage Exchange Server mailboxes and distribution groups. For more information, see Exchange Server.

POP3 Connector Manager

Contains tools that enable you to create and modify the list of mailboxes to be downloaded by the POP3 connector and to schedule when the connector will download messages. For more information, see POP3 Connector Manager.

Terminal Services Configuration

Contains tools that enable you to configure new connections for Terminal Services and delete or modify settings for existing connections. For more information, see Terminal Services Configuration.

Internet Information Services

Contains tools that help you configure security, performance, and reliability features for Internet Information Services (IIS). You can also add or delete sites; start, stop, and pause sites; and create virtual directories. For more information, see Internet Information Services.

Migrate Server Settings

Contains tools that enable you to export settings from one computer running Windows Small Business Server 2003 and import them to another. For more information, see Migrate Server Settings.