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Join Date: Mar 2005
Location: Portland, OR
Re: Tips for installing Windows Home Server
Windows Home Sever Console
- If you donít want the CD installation then you can also go for the program similar to the Virtual CloneDrive. You will have to mount the .ISO and after that move flash memory.
- Earlier than installing the plug on XP, you will have to install the Microsoft. NET Framework 2.0.
- When you begin with the installation of the WHS connector then it will start to find the server ...
- Then it's just a matter of following the rest of the wizard.
- During the process need to enter the password you created for the server.
- Decide if you want your computer "wakes up" if in sleep mode to do a backup ...
- When configuration is complete, will show you your settings - wake up the computer to backup. Moreover, in this case, we get a message saying that one of the units in the PC will not be backup. This is because it is formatted as a FAT32 volume and will only make backup drives formatted as NTFS.
- The icon for the server console will remain in the system tray and you can control some of your options when you right-click on the icon.
- This will show the status of your network and display safety warnings (this feature can be disabled easily). In this case we can see that one of the machines on the network has its firewall disabled.
- When you open the WHS console, you will be asked to log on the server. There are other features here, such as making your password will be remembered, key clue to the console or resume.
- After you have logged in, you will be able to configure as well as manage server and its different functions.
- If you want additional detailed modification to your server, another good alternative is to make use of Remote Desktop, which is simpler to connect a monitor, keyboard as well as mouse to utilize.