[Today's post comes to us courtesy of David Copeland]
The SBS 2003 Best Practices Analyzer configuration file has been updated with new rules. There are approximately 100 new rules and many pre-existing rules have been improved based on your feedback.
If you have the BPA set to automatically check for updates then you should see the screen below and simply need to click on the Download the latest updates link.
To check to see if you have the latest configuration file go to Start>All Programs>SBS Best Practices Analyzer , then click on the About the Best Practices Analyzer link. The updated configuration file version is 188.8.131.52.
If you still have the old version (184.108.40.206), click on the Updates and Customer Feedback link. Then click on the Check for Updates Now link.
Some of the new rules include:
Note: Please remember if you see the error that Windows SBS 2003 Service Pack 1 not installed that SBS 2003 SP1 is made up of 5 parts (Windows, Exchange, Windows SharePoint Services service packs, XP SP2 update, and the SBS 2003 service pack itself). If you are getting this error then you may have Windows Service Pack 2 installed but would appear the SBS 2003 SP1 itself is still not installed. For more information see http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=50694 .
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