SBS 2003 R2's Server Management To Do List dedicates its third step to configuring remote access.This gallery is also available as a TechRepublic article and download.
The ability to remotely administer Windows Small Business Server can prove priceless. Adding new users, resetting account lockouts and passwords, reviewing event logs, and troubleshooting numerous other common issues needn't require an in-person visit to the office on weekends or remote facilities, even, on weekdays.
Windows Small Business Server possesses powerful remote administration features. They're so important to productivity and the OS' maintenance, in fact, that the SBS To Do List (activated at installation) dedicates its third configuration step specifically to configuring remote access and VPN connections.
Erik Eckel owns and operates two technology companies. As a managing partner with Louisville Geek, he works daily as an IT consultant to assist small businesses in overcoming technology challenges and maximizing IT investments. He is also president of Eckel Media Corp., a communications company specializing in public relations and technical authoring projects.