Step 2: Configure the Windows SBS 2008 operating system
During this phase of the installation, you are prompted to answer a few questions about your organization. This information is used to configure the operating system. Use the information that you documented in the Windows SBS 2008 Installation Worksheet to help you answer these questions.
Before beginning this step, ensure that the local network adapter is connected to a router or a switch that is turned on and functioning properly.
Estimated completion time: Approximately 30 minutes
1. Read the information on the Continue installation page, and then click Next.
2. On the Verify the clock and time zone settings page, click Open Date and Time to verify the clock and time zone settings to select the date, time, and time zone settings for your server. When you are finished, click Next.
3. If your network is connected to the Internet, click Go online and get the most recent installation updates (recommended). Getting the latest updates helps ensure a successful installation.
If your network is not connected to the Internet or if you choose not to get updates, click Do not get the most recent installation updates.
If an error occurs while you are getting the latest updates, the error is logged on the Installation Finished page.
The Connecting your server page appears, and you can track the installation progress.
4. On the Company information page, type information about your organization, and then click Next.
This information is stored and used to configure your server tools so that you do not have to supply the same information multiple times.
5. On the Personalize your server and your network page, type the name of your server in the Server Name text box. The server name must be a unique name on your network, and you cannot change the name after the installation finishes.
Type the name of your internal domain in the Internal Domain Name text box. A domain enables you to manage access to resources on your network (for example, user accounts, client computers, shared folders, or printers). Default settings are provided for your internal domain. This separates your local (internal) network from the Internet (external) network.
You cannot change the server name or the internal domain name after you finish this step.
6. On the Add a network administrator account page, type the information for a new administrator account. This cannot be the same name as the built-in administrator account (Administrator).
The new administrator account is not used until after the installation completes and you log on to your server for the first time. Until that time, you use the built-in administrator account with a blank password. You can also use the built-in administrator account to unlock the desktop if it becomes locked during a long installation. The built-in administrator account is disabled after the final server restart.
Write down your administrator account password and store it in a safe place. You will use this password if you ever need to restore your directory services by using Directory Services Restore Mode (DSRM).
SBS2008의 보안 서비스 설치에 있어서 MS Forefront Security for Exchange Server를 사용 할 후 있다. (4개월 시험버젼)
영어 SBS2008버젼에는 MS Windows Live OneCare for Server도 선택을 할 수 있습니다만, 한국에서는 Windows Live OneCare for Server서비스를 도입하지 않는 상태이므로 Forefront Security for Exchange Server만을 선택하도록 되어 있습니다.
7. A settings summary page appears. Click Back if you want to change any of these settings; otherwise, click Next
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