So this one came up in the SBS public newsgroup today. How do you change the name of the CompanyWeb, so internally it doesn't respond to http://CompanyWeb, but responds to something else?
Well, what I ended up doing (since I wanted mine to be called http://FamilyWeb), I simply went into the DNS snap-in and created a new Host(A) record (similar to companyweb) and pointed it to the same place as CompanyWeb. Then I went into the IIS snap-in and right clicked on the CompanyWeb virtual server and chose properties, then on the advanced button on the General tab, I make sure that the virtual server answers to http://FamilyWeb on port 80.
I was done! But why didn't I remove http://CompanyWeb from the list?
A lot of SBS features are hardcoded to look for http://companyWeb, such as the Import Files Wizard. So in an effort to reduce the errors in the features that the SBS Team provides, I let the site answer to http://companyweb, but told everyone to visit http://familyweb. Works like a charm.
However, Marina Ross (an MVP) today posted another tactic, which would also be used if if you wanted a second site in your network. Marina pointed to the SmallBizServer.net FAQ on how to create a new SharePoint website. It includes pictures!
Enjoy this new found knowledge.