SBS gurus - please offer your advice - what would you do for an SBS 2003 network that's running OK
Posted on 2008-06-13
I've been doing SBS 2003 networking for a months now. I read Harry's 2 books on SBS 2003, setup some networks and things are good. But all this talk of managed services and a call from a client I haven't been to for months has me wracking my brain.
This call, from a church (so even moreso than a business, I don't want to bill them unnecessarily, being a charity / non-profit) was to have me check out their network. No problems currently, but the Office Manager feels I haven't been there in a while and I should come in to check things out.
Now, with managed services, they'd have been paying me all this time. But for what? On a running SBS box, what would you do to maintain it / check it out?
Best practices analyzer?
Baseline Security analyzer?
Check hard disk space?
What temp / log files can be deleted?
check logs for errors (there's always going to be some red errors you can ignore, right?)