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This article describes the most common setups that you can use to set up Windows Small Business Server (Windows SBS) 2003 for Internet access by using one or two network adapters.
You can also use the information in this article to help troubleshoot any of the following situations:
The Configure E-mail and Internet Connection Wizard
You can use the CEICW to set up a network, a firewall, a website, and email services in Windows SBS. You can set up the following connection types:
Firewall protection options
Firewalls are very important to help keep a server and network secure. There are four scenarios for using Windows SBS 2003 to set up firewall protection.
Internet connection types
This list shows the six most common connection types. The table after this list has configuration information. You can use the CEICW options to set up these connection types:
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Internal or single network adapter configurationThese settings are for all servers. This applies to a single network adapter and to the local network connection adapter in a two-network-adapter configuration.
Second network adapter configurationThese settings are only for servers that have two network adapters. The settings apply to the network adapter that connects to the Internet.
CEICW OptionsThis section contains the steps for the CEICW for the nine most common setups. See the CEICW Options table earlier in this article to find the option that best matches your settings. All the steps start on the Connection Type page. To reach this page, click Next on the Configure E-mail and Internet Connection Wizard Welcome page. To start the CEICW, click Start, click Server Management, and do one of the following:
Article ID: 825763 - Last Review: July 12, 2013 - Revision: 4.1