The IT In A Box offers you the following features which I suspect pretty adequately cover your needs:
- File and Print sharing
- Networking (including DHCP, DNS, Wireless Access point, NAT)
- SPAM Blocker and Virus
- Web Server
- Networking monitoring
- Domain User control (simple alternative to Active Directory)
- And Many more features...
The only limitation is that you have to adhere to the boundaries of a pre-configured solution in this scenario but solutions like this are the kind of thing that allow you to save administration time and focus on your core business, whatever that may be.
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