Re: Microsoft Security Update Server Installation Costs
From: S. Pidgorny
Date: Thu, 27 May 2004 19:25:55 +1000
Yes, that time sounds reasonable: installation and configuration itself is
ca. 4 hours, testing and documentation will take the rest. Make sure the
work is done right before the MS monthly update relase so that deployment is
tested in real world scenario.
-- Svyatoslav Pidgorny, MVP, MCSE -= F1 is the key =- "ToKim" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org... > My organization is a non-profit foundation. The mission of the > organization is to provide healthcare education to women. Because we > sponsor events across the U.S., our information systems must support a > mobile staff. > > My I.T. consultant is suggesting that we put the Microsoft 2003 > Security Update Server in place to push out security patches/updates > to the mobile staff's laptops and to admin user desktop systems. > > The quote includes used Pentium II system, the Windows 2003 server > software (we qualify for MS charity pricing), and the labor to install > and configure the new server. > > My question - approximately how long does it take to perform the labor > associated with the project above? I've been given an estimate of 25 > - 30 hours. Does that sound reasonable? > > If there is other information I need to provide that would allow my > question to be answered, please let me know.