Configuring Client Computer Settings for Remote Connections, Offline Folders, and E-mail Profiles
Platí pro: Windows SBS 2003
After you have connected a client computer to the Windows SBS network, you can configure settings on the server to work with the client computer.
If you want to connect remotely to a client computer, configure the client computer by running the Remote Connection Wizard on the server. For more information, see Configuring remote connections.
If you want to access files that are stored on the network while you are working offline, configure the use of offline folders. For more information, see Configuring offline folders.
E-mail profiles that are used by Outlook 2003 are created for each user, but you can create new profiles for users. For more information, see Creating e-mail profiles.