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Setting up a workplace website for document collaboration and such.

Ok, complete newb and half idiot here.  I just setup my sbs2003 server and now I want to setup the internal website.  
   I would like step by step, make those baby steps, directions please.
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Jeff PerkinsOwnerAuthor Commented:
If I go to server mgt >std mgmt >internal web site, and click on any of the config type entries in the right pane, like 'import files'  'add link' or 'manage access'  I get a popup asking me for credentials.  I've tried using my domain administrator account, and I've tried using my own personal login which was created using the admin template thru the wizard, but it does not take my credentials.
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Rob WilliamsCommented:
SBS has SharePoint built-in, pre-configured and ready to go.  It is web based file sharing with the ability control user access rights and allow users to collaborate on different projects or documents. You can access from the internal network  by going to   http://companyweb .  It is also available externally through Remote Web Workplace.  To manage SharePoint by adding pages and setting permissions go to  Administrative tools / SharePoint Central Administration
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Jeff PerkinsOwnerAuthor Commented:
Got this working once I had the proper setup.  Rob I hope you don't miss any of my questions, you do such a great job at steering me, I'm getting used to not having to explain, and just knowing you will take me to the next step....LOL
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