Yea, that is if you can find that update! Last week I deployed a server and
21 workstations in a classroom and had the same issue. After reading blogs
and such and realized the rollup was the issue I could not find it anywhere.
The links only take you to the microsoft KB article http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;EN-US;969121
the update is only available from http://update.microsoft.com
when I tried to update the server it stated that it was completely up to
date. Tried to find just that specific update and apply it manually was a
joke too. To be honest I worked on that for about an hour, and I could not
tell you how, but after multiple tries to run the "connect" command it
finally worked. Now I have to deploy another server next weekend and I am
afraid that I will run into the same issue.
Although it escapes me right now, there was another patch that I had the
same issue with a year or two ago.
One thing is for sure though if Susan is reading your post and helping you,
consider it done! No need to kiss her *** because she doesn't know me, but
as far as I am concerned.... she's a frick'n Genius!
"Susan Bradley" <sbradcpa@newsgroup> wrote in message
> I always received a message about it not matching the
> > maximum operating system something.
> Install sbs specific update rollup 3 that will update the supported OS's
> on SBS 2008 to include Windows 7
> Ensure the box is flipped to MU
> run www.sbsbpa.com on it
> Doug wrote:
>> I have created all my users in AD.
>> I have set up all the redirection in SBS Console.
>> However, after connecting the first notebook to the domain, when I log in
>> using a username in AD, but who is not a local user on the SBS, there is
>> no folder redirection at all. All folders are still on the local
>> c:\users folders.
>> By the way, I could not connect this notebook to the domain using
>> "http://connect". I always received a message about it not matching the
>> maximum operating system something. I had to connect to the domain using
>> System properties.