One of the first things that you notice after the installation of Small Business Server 2008 finishes is the SBS console. It starts automatically after you logon, and presents you with the list of getting started tasks.
This is extremely helpful in the beginning when you go through the process of initial configuration of the server. At some point later, you might find this behavior annoying. No matter how hard you are looking for an option to disable the auto startup of the SBS console, you will not find one in it. Checking the startup folder or the usual places for starting a program also will not give you a clue. You will be surprised to find out that the SBS console is started by the Task Scheduler.
In the following Step-by-Step video tutorial, you will see how to modify the default automatic startup behavior of the SBS console.
Stay tuned on NetoMeter – subscribe to NetoMeter RSS.