Covers the newest version of WHS! This is the most comprehensive, practical, and useful guide to the brand-new version of Windows Home Server 2011. Paul McFedries doesnat just cover all facets of running Windows Home Server: He shows how to use it to simplify everything from file sharing to media streaming, backup to security. With real-world examples, McFedries guides you through using new features ranging from the Dashboard and Launchpad to Remote Web Access and Alert Viewer. Youall find network configurations and step-by-step solutions you can easily understand and use, even if you have no server experience. Then, when youare ready, McFedries reveals how Home Serveras hidden business-class features can help you save more time and get even better performance. Packed with exclusive tips and tricks, this go-to guide will help you every step of the way...as you create a home network that does more and runs perfectly! Quickly set up networks, user accounts, devices, and storage Add any computer to your network: Windows 7, Vista, XP, Mac, or Linux Efficiently share folders, files, and digital media Set up passwords and users and protect your sensitive information Reliably automate backups, so you never lose an important file Centrally manage all your storage, so you never have to buy more than you need Stream and share your digital images, audio, and video--even on your Xbox 360 or other devices Use Home Serveras built-in web server to create powerful, flexible websites Use Windows SharePoint Foundation to help everyone coordinate their busy lives Automatically apply up-to-date security fixes to all your Windows computers Remotely access your content from any Internet-connected computerasafely and securely Use Home Server power tools, including Local Group Policy Editor, Computer Management snap-ins, and scripting Efficiently monitor, maintain, tune, and troubleshoot Windows Home ServerVideosa(Windows 7 and Windows XP) Choose this template to give the folder the same features as XPa#39;s My Videos folder. 5. ... 7. Click OK. Adding the Videos Folder to Windows Media Player If you turn on Media Library Sharing for Windowsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Microsoft Windows Home Server 2011 Unleashed|
|Publisher||:||Pearson Education - 2011-03-30|