Windows SBS 2008 minimizes the time that you need to acquire and deploy a single server solution, because it is easier to deploy and because it combines several server technologies under one Microsoft license. With Windows SBS 2008, you do not need to identify, purchase, or license multiple server technologies, and you do not need to match the technologies to appropriate hardware. You also benefit from an integrated deployment experience—one that fully integrates the configurations of all underlying server technologies into a single installation wizard.




Documentation


Small Business Server Documentation
Consider a Virtual SBS 2003 to SBS 2008 Migration
External Backup Drives Compatibility List
Planning, Implementing, and Using Microsoft Lync Server 2010 in Small Business Scenarios
Small Business Server 2008 - Migration Resources

Overview


Getting Started with Windows Small Business Server
Small Business Server 2008 - Build Info
I. Overview of SBS 2008
II. Install Process
III. Key Tasks after the Server is Installed
IV. Tweaking the Server for Optimization and Customization
V. Backup, Restore and Disaster Recovery
VI. Group Policy, Service Packs, and Additional Server Information
VII. Additional Resources

How To


Windows Small Business Server 2008: Router Setup 

Troubleshooting


BPA - Explanation of Alerts and Issues
Fix My Remote Web Workplace
How to Disable IPv6 through Group Policy
Forefront and SBS 2008+ 64-bit
Patching on SBS 2008 and SBS 2011
Small Business Server 2008 Top Issues