Microsoft Windows 2000
Network operating system providing
file, print, Web, application and management services.
Microsoft Exchange 2000
Messaging and collaboration server
delivers anytime, anywhere access to the people and
information you want.
Microsoft Internet Security and
Acceleration Server 2000
Extensible firewall with Web cache
server and policy-based security, acceleration and management
of shared Internet connections.
Microsoft SQL Server
Fast, reliable relational database
management server and engine for running a multitude of
business software solutions.
Microsoft Shared Fax
Sends and receives faxes and
provides support for fax boards and ISDN cards, fax-over IP
and broadcast fax support.
Microsoft Shared Modem
Enables client machines to use
modems shared on Small Business Server to connect to external
Microsoft Health Monitor
Sends server status and advance
warning of potential problems.
The Microsoft Office Web site
creation and management tool.
The Microsoft Office e-mail and
personal information manager.
Take Advantage of the Power of
Manage and Grow Customer
Secure, shared Internet
access: Provide company-wide Internet access that's fast
and secure with Microsoft Internet Security and
Acceleration Server 2000.
Mobile connection: Access
your network remotely from any device that's hooked up to
the Internet, using a secure virtual private network
Web services: Build, stage
and/or host your own Internet presence using Microsoft
FrontPage 2000 and Microsoft Internet Information Service
(IIS) 5.0, giving customers all-hours access to your
Enhance Employee Productivity
Customer communication: Keep
in touch with current customers through direct,
personalized e-mail, and reach new customers with
automated e-mail or fax mailings.
Customer management: Track
customers with a shared contact database using Microsoft
Outlook 2000 and Exchange 2000 Server public
File, print and application
sharing: Enable your employees to easily share files,
computer equipment and business applications on the
secure, reliable Windows 2000 platform.
Messaging and collaboration:
Use Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server and Outlook 2000 to
streamline communications by enabling employees to send
and receive e-mail and faxes, schedule meetings, and hold
real-time Internet meetings from their
Applications: Run your business more effectively with one
of the thousands of available business applications that
are compatible with Windows 2000 Server, Microsoft SQL
Server 2000 and/or Exchange 2000 Server.
utilizes Windows 2000 Server installation and provides integrated
setup across all server applications, and even the clients.
Graduated deployment capabilities allow technology providers to
control what is installed, exposing customers to the wealth of
functionality in Small Business Server 2000 at a pace with which
they are comfortable.
centralized management across all server applications, with
locked down access for worry-free control. For ongoing
maintenance of the server, technology providers can receive
e-mails or faxes with status reports and snapshots of server
operations and advanced warnings of potential problems.
Windows 2000 Terminal Services enables remote administration
of the server from any location with an Internet
Rich Platform for Value
Technology providers can integrate any one of the thousands of
ISV applications available for Windows 2000 Server, SQL Server
and/or Exchange Server. In addition, the components in Small
Business Server offer a rich set of applications upon which
technology providers can build or implement value added
applications and solutions for small business
| System Requirements
Pentium II 300
megahertz (MHz) or higher processor; Pentium III 500 MHz
(MB) of RAM; 256 MB recommended
4 gigabytes (GB)
of available hard-disk space; two mirrored 4-GB hard
high-density disk drive (must be configured as drive
256-color monitor and video adapter (800 x 600 or higher
To use the Fax
Service, you must have a dedicated Class 1 fax modem and
at least one other modem to be shared for other server
services such as Remote Access Service, proxy dial-up,
and modem sharing
interface card from the Windows 2000 Hardware
computer with a Pentium 90-MHz or higher processor
Windows 2000 Professional, Windows NT Workstation version
4.0, Windows 98, or Windows 95 operating system
32 MB of RAM; 64
300 MB of
available hard-disk space
density disk drive
higher-resolution monitor and video adapter
or compatible pointing device
interface card compatible with the desktop operating
If you will be
accessing your server using Dial-Up Networking, a modem
vary based on your system configuration and the applications
and features you choose to install.