Falcon laat het volgende weten: "Microsoft heeft Service Pack 1a voor Small Business Server 2000 uitgebracht. In de aanvulling op het in vorig jaar augustus uitgekomen eerste servicepack zitten geen nieuwe applicatiepatches, maar wel patches die voor Windows 2000 zijn uitgebracht. Beheerders die vorig jaar de eerste patch al hebben ge´nstalleerd hoeven met de nieuwe patch niks te doen, als hun Windows 2000 systemen tenminste ook netjes up-to-date zijn. In SP1a zitten ook de patches van Windows 2000 Servicepack 4; gekoppelde functionaliteit dus."
Major Components Updated in This Release
- Windows 2000 Service Pack 4. This service pack addresses known security fixes for the Windows 2000 operating system. If the service pack is not already installed, you will be prompted to install it during Small Business Server 2000 Service Pack 1a Setup. Windows 2000 Service Pack 4 is also copied to the server computer, making it available for deployment to client computers running Windows 2000 Professional. The first time users log on, they are prompted to install the service pack in attended mode. For more information, see the Windows 2000 Web site at: http://www.microsoft.com/windows
- Exchange 2000 Service Pack 3. If Exchange 2000 Server is installed on the Small Business Server 2000 computer, you must also install Exchange 2000 Service Pack 3. If it is not already installed, you will be prompted to do so during Small Business Server 2000 Service Pack 1a Setup. This service pack addresses known security fixes for Exchange 2000 Server, including QFE Q32046. For more information about the service pack, see Microsoft Knowledge Base article “XGEN: List of Bugs Fixed by Exchange 2000 Server Service Packs” at: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q311456
- Microsoft Outlook. When installing Small Business Server 2000 Service Pack 1a, you are given the option of installing Outlook 2002 on the server computer in administrative mode, making it available for deployment to your client computers by using the Set Up Computer Wizard.
Outlook 2002 contains security improvements designed to protect your network from e-mail virus and worm attacks. It also blocks access to certain file types that could spread a malicious program, allows you to specify whether you trust the source of incoming messages, and enables you to encrypt sensitive information.
Note The Web download version of Small Business Server 2000 Service Pack 1a does not include Outlook 2002. You must order the Small Business Server 2000 Service Pack 1a CDs to obtain Outlook 2002. For information on how to order the CDs, see the Small Business Server Web site at: http://www.microsoft.com/sbserver
- Small Business Server Updates. To address security and support issues, the following bug fixes have been made to Small Business Server:
- VPN clients are able to browse the network and connect to a network shared folder.
- Client computers running Windows 2000 Professional and Windows XP can view Network Neighborhood.
- The ASPEnableParentPaths setting for Internet Information Services (IIS) is turned off.
- The RestrictAnonymous registry key value is now set to “1”.
- The chance of POP3 data loss when there are more than 14 mailboxes has been eliminated.
- Client Setup file contention with multiple users has been corrected.
- Additional Service Packs. SQL Server 2000 Service Pack 3 and ISA Server 2000 Service Pack 1 are included on the Additional Service Packs disc. It is recommended that you install these service packs to take advantage of their built-in security-related features. Note The Web download version of Small Business Server 2000 Service Pack 1a does not include the Additional Service Packs disc. For information on how to download these service packs, see “Installing Additional Service Packs” later in this document.
- Documentation. This release includes several new white papers that provide additional information about deploying, installing, backing up, and managing your Small Business Server network. The following white papers can be found on CD1 in the \Whtpaprs folder:
- “Small Business Server 2000: The Top 10 Things You Should Know”
- “Small Business Server 2000 Internet Connectivity”
- “Adding a Server to Your Small Business Server 2000 Network”
- “Backup and Recovery for Small Business Server 2000”
- “Remote Management and Monitoring for Small Business Server 2000”
- “Connecting a Remote Office to a Small Business Server 2000 Network”
- “Using Small Business Server 2000 with Terminal Services in Application Server Mode”
- “Small Business Server 2000 Deployment Scenarios”
Note The Web download version of Small Business Server 2000 Service Pack 1a does not include the white papers. These white papers can be downloaded from the Small Business Server Web site at: http://www.microsoft.com/sbserver
Additionally, a number of security-related topics have been added to Help. To quickly access these topics, click Start, point to Programs, point to Microsoft Small Business Server, and then click Online Help. The security-related topics can be found under the Security Best Practices heading.