I’m currently running Windows Home Server – version one which runs on Microsoft Server 2003 technology. WHS 2011 has been out for several months now, and I’ve decided to upgrade. Here’s how to do a clean install of WHS 2011.
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Windows Home Server (WHS) lets you stream media and access data from other computers over your home network. You can access WHS content from an Xbox 360 as well. Here’s how. First, open the Windows Home Server Console and set up Media Library Sharing. Click Settings then Media Sharing. Select the media types (Music, Photos […]
First you set up your Windows Home Server set up, and configured client computers. Now it’s time to start adding users on your network to access it. Open the Windows Home Server Console and click User Accounts. Then click Add in the left corner. The Add User Account wizard starts. Type in the user’s first […]
Windows Home Server (WHS) has a lot of features. It lets you back up computers on your network, stream media and share files and folders. Here I’ll show you how to add shared folders to WHS. To create a new shared folder, open Windows Home Server Console. Click on Shared Folders then Add on the […]
One of the coolest features of Windows Home Server (WHS) is it backs up your computer nightly. But you need to add WHS Console to the client computer first. Here’s how to do it. After you’ve installed and set up your Windows Home Server, it’s time to start connecting the other computers on your network. […]
If you have a Windows Home Server (WHS), it’s easy to add additional storage. Just attach an external drive. Here’s how to do it. First, simply plug in the USB external hard drive into the WHS machine. Plug in the power if the drive came with one. Here I’m using a 2TB Fantom Green Drive. […]