Microsoft Windows Home Server Unleashed

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  • Copyright: 2007-09-13
  • Publisher: Sams Publishing
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Offers a complete and comprehensive look at Windows Home Server.

Author Biography

Paul McFedries is a Windows expert and full-time technical writer. Paul has been authoring computer books since 1991 and has more than 50 books to his credit, which combined have sold over three million copies worldwide. His recent titles include the Sams Publishing book Windows Vista Unleashed and the Que Publishing books Formulas and Functions with Microsoft Excel 2007, Tricks of the Microsoft Office 2007 Gurus, and Microsoft Access 2007 Forms, Reports, and Queries. Paul is also the proprietor of Word Spy (www.wordspy.com), a website devoted to lexpionage, the sleuthing of new words and phrases that have entered the English language.

Table of Contents

Introductionp. 1
Unleashing Windows Home Server Setup
Understanding Windows Home Serverp. 7
Installing Windows Home Serverp. 23
Setting Up Your Windows Home Server Networkp. 41
Unleashing Windows Home Server Configuration
Setting Up and Working with User Accountsp. 73
Adding Devices to the Windows Home Server Networkp. 101
Configuring Windows Home Serverp. 137
Setting Up and Using Home Server Storagep. 169
Unleashing Windows Home Server Networking
Sharing Folders and Files on the Home Serverp. 187
Making Connections to Network Computersp. 223
Streaming and Sharing Digital Mediap. 259
Backing Up and Restoring Network Computersp. 287
Monitoring Your Networkp. 317
Implementing Windows Home Server Securityp. 3358
Setting Up a Windows Home Server Websitep. 373
Running a SharePoint Site on Windows Home Serverp. 407
Unleashing Windows Home Server Performance and Maintenance
Tuning Windows Home Server Performancep. 449
Maintaining Windows Home Serverp. 485
Customizing the Windows Home Server Interfacep. 513
Troubleshooting Windows Home Serverp. 543
Unleashing Windows Home Server Advanced Tools
Working with the Windows Home Server Registryp. 577
Using Windows Home Server's Command-Line Toolsp. 603
Using Other Windows Home Server Power Toolsp. 661
Scripting Windows Home Serverp. 715
Understanding TCP/IPp. 757
Setting Up a Home Networkp. 779
Glossaryp. 807
Windows Home Server Keyboard Shortcutsp. 823
Windows Home Server Online Resourcesp. 831
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