Small Business Server 2000

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.


To provide an overview of Microsoft Small Business Server (SBS) 2000 and its main features, such as its management consoles and monitoring tools, and to show how Microsoft Exchange 2000, ISA Server 2000, and Microsoft SQL Server 2000 integrate with SBS 2000

Target Audience

Network administrators for companies of up to 50 users; IT solutions companies that wish to deploy SBS 2000


A good working knowledge of Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Server or Microsoft Windows 2000 Server; familiarity with networking concepts such as sharing resources, creating user accounts, and assigning permissions; familiarity with major networking components

Expected Duration

210 min.

Course Objectives

Small Business Server 2000

  • identify the components and features of SBS 2000.
  • deploy SBS 2000.
  • identify the management features of SBS 2000.
  • create a personalized user account and a mailbox, and apply default settings and restrictions to a mailbox.
  • recognize the issues surrounding security, backup, and recovery when safeguarding data.
  • discuss Outlook Web Access in Exchange 2000.
  • create a database and discuss the role of tables, indexes, and views in SQL Server 2000.
  • demonstrate granting a user or group access to a database.
  • develop a strategy for database backup and recovery.
  • explain what web publishing rules and server publishing rules are, and how they are configured.
  • describe how policies and rules are configured.
  • create and configure alerts and reports.
  • create and configure alerts and reports.
  • discuss the features of Firewall, SecureNAT, and Web Proxy clients.