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With real-world examples, McFedries guides you through using new features ranging from the Dashboard and Launchpad to ...

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Overview

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 doesn’t 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. You’ll find network configurations and step-by-step solutions you can easily understand and use, even if you have no server experience. Then, when you’re ready, McFedries reveals how Home Server’s 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 Server’s 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 computer–safely 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 Server
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780672335402
  • Publisher: Sams
  • Publication date: 4/12/2011
  • Series: Unleashed Series
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 720
  • Sales rank: 282,466
  • Product dimensions: 6.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 1.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Paul McFedries is a Windows expert and full-time technical writer. He has been authoring computer books since 1991 and has more than 70 books to his credit, which combined have sold more than four million copies worldwide. His recent titles include the Sams Publishing book Windows 7 Unleashed and the Que Publishing books Networking with Microsoft Windows Vista and Tweak It and Freak It: A Killer Guide to Making Windows Run Your Way. 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. Please drop by Paul’s website at www.mcfedries.com, or follow Paul on Twitter at twitter.com/paulmcf and twitter.com/wordspy.

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Table of Contents

Introduction 1

Part I Unleashing Windows Home Server Configuration

Chapter 1 Setting Up Your Windows Home Server Network 7

Configuring Windows Home Server for Networking 8

Do You Need to Change the Windows Home Server Workgroup Name? 8

Configuring Windows Home Server with a Static IP Address 8

Setting Up Windows Home Server as a DHCP 11

Connecting Windows Home Server to a Windows 7 Homegroup 13

Viewing the Windows Home Server Network 14

Troubleshooting Network Problems 14

Checking Connection Status 15

Checking Network Utilization 17

Repairing a Network Connection 17

Working with the Network and Internet Troubleshooter 19

Troubleshooting Cables 20

Troubleshooting the Network Interface Card 21

Handling Multiple Network Subnets 24

Making a Remote Desktop Connection to the Server 26

Making Sure That Windows Home Server Is Ready to Host 26

Making the Connection to the Server 27

Disconnecting from the Server 27

From Here 28

Chapter 2 Setting Up and Working with User Accounts 29

Understanding Security Groups 9

Adding a New User 32

Setting the Password Length and Complexity 32

Customizing the Password Length Requirement 33

Building a Strong Password 34

Changing the Password on the Client 35

Adding the User Account 36

Automating Client Logons 39

Modifying User Accounts 41

Viewing Account Properties 42

Changing the Account Password 43

Disabling a User Account 44

Enabling a User Account 45

Removing a User Account 46

Adding a User to a Group 46

Allowing a User to Log On to the Windows Home Server Desktop 47

From Here 48

Chapter 3 Adding Devices to the Windows Home Server Network 49

Installing Windows Home Server Connector on the Client Computers 49

Supported Operating Systems 50

Preparing to Install Windows Home Server Connector 51

Running the Windows Home Server Connector Setup Program 51

Using a Mac on Your Windows Home Server Network 53

Connecting to the Windows Home Server Network 54

Running the Windows Home Server MacConnector Setup Program on Your Mac 55

Mounting a Windows Home Server Shared Folder 56

Using a Mac to Make a Remote Desktop Connection to Windows Home Server 59

Letting Windows Computers See Your Mac Shares 61

Using a Linux Client on Your Windows Home Server Network 65

Viewing the Windows Home Server Network in Ubuntu 65

Letting Windows Computers See Your Ubuntu Shares 66

Adding Other Devices to the Network 72

Adding an Xbox 360 to the Network 72

From Here 73

Chapter 4 Configuring Windows Home Server 75

Running the Windows Home Server Launchpad 76

Running the Windows Home Server Dashboard 77

Changing the Date and Time on Windows Home Server 79

Setting the Current Date and Time 79

Synchronizing the Date and Time with a Time Server 81

Selecting the Windows Home Server Region 83

Changing the Region in the Windows Home Server Dashboard 83

Customizing the Region Formats 83

Configuring Windows Update 85

Configuring Windows Update 85

Updating Windows Home Server 87

Changing the Windows Home Server Password. 88

Restarting or Shutting Down Windows Home Server 89

Configuring the Windows Home Server Startup 89

Configuring Startup with the Advanced Boot Options Menu 90

Configuring Startup with the System Configuration Editor 92

Launching Applications and Scripts at Startup 94

From Here 98

Chapter 5 Setting Up and Using Home Server Storage 99

Understanding Storage in Windows Home Server 2011 99

Server Storage on a One-Drive System 100

Server Storage on a System with Two or More Drives 102

Working with Server Backup Drives 103

Adding a Drive for Server Backups 103

Removing a Server Backup Drive 106

Who Needs Drive Extender? Implementing Spanning, Mirroring, and RAID 107

Creating a Storage Pool Using a Spanned Volume 107

Creating Data Redundancy Using Mirrored Volumes 111

Mimicking Drive Extender by Creating a RAID 5 Volume 112

Repairing Storage 115

From Here 116

Part II Unleashing Windows Home Server Networking

Chapter 6 Sharing Folders and Files on the Home Server 117

Examining the Predefined Windows Home Server Shares 118

Setting User Permissions on Shared Folders 118

Modifying Permissions for a Windows Home Server Shared Folder 119

Sharing Server Folders Outside the Dashboard 120

Working with Shared Folders 123

Creating a New Shared Folder 123

Moving a Shared Folder 124

Accessing Previous Versions of Shared Folders or Files 125

Deleting a Shared Folder 127

Accessing the Windows Home Server Shared Folders 127

Understanding the Universal Naming Convention 128

Mapping a Shared Folder to a Local Drive Letter 130

Disconnecting a Mapped Network Folder 132

Creating a Network Location in Windows 7 and Windows Vista 132

Creating a Network Place in Windows XP 133

Accessing Shared Folders on Your Mac 135

Copying Files to a Shared Folder 135

Publishing a Windows Vista Calendar to the Server 136

Publishing Your Calendar 137

Subscribing to a Calendar 138

Working with Shared Calendars 140

Searching the Shared Folders 140

From Here 145

Chapter 7 Making Connections to Network Computers 147

Configuring a Computer as a Remote Desktop Host 148

Configuring a Windows 7 or Vista Host 149

Configuring an XP Host 150

Restricting the Computers That Can Connect to the Host 151

Connecting via Remote Desktop Connection 153

Getting the Client Computer Ready 153

Making the Connection to the Remote Desktop 153

Disconnecting from the Remote Desktop 158

Connecting via Windows Home Server Remote Web Access 158

Configuring Users for Remote Access 159

Activating Remote Web Access on the Server 160

Displaying the Remote Web Access Page 160

Making the Connection 162

Disconnecting from the Host 163

Connecting via the Internet 163

Connecting with Your Router’s IP Address 164

Connecting with a Domain Name Maintained by a Dynamic DNS Service 168

Connecting with a Domain Name Maintained by Windows Home Server 169

Displaying the Remote Web Access Home Page 172

Connecting to a Network Computer 173

Working with Windows Home Server Shares in the Web Browser 173

Enabling Drag-and-Drop Uploading 176

Customizing the Remote Web Access Pages 177

Customizing the Logon Page 178

Adding Web Page Links 179

From Here 182

Chapter 8 Streaming and Sharing Digital Media 183

Streaming Digital Media 184

Getting Your Devices Ready 184

Activating the Windows Home Server Media Server 186

Playing Streamed Media in Windows Media Player 188

Playing Streamed Media in Windows Media Center 190

Streaming Digital Media Over the Internet 191

Sharing Photos 193

Customizing the Pictures Share with a Template 193

Using Server Pictures as a Screensaver Slideshow 194

Adding the Pictures Folder to Windows Media Player 195

Adding the Pictures Folder to Windows Live Photo Gallery 196

Adding the Pictures Folder to Windows Photo Gallery 197

Running a Slide Show from the Pictures Share 198

Changing the Default Picture Import Location to Windows Home Server 198

Sharing Music 198

Customizing the Music Share with a Template 199

Adding the Music Folder to Windows Media Player 200

Changing the Default Rip Location to Windows Home Server 200

Sharing Videos 201

Customizing the Videos Share with a Template 201

Adding the Videos Folder to Windows Media Player 202

Archiving Recorded TV on Windows Home Server 204

From Here 207

Chapter 9 Backing Up and Restoring Network Computers 209

Understanding Windows Home Server’s Backup Technology 210

Single Instance Storage 210

No Backup Types 211

Smarter Backups 211

Client Computer Backup Retention 212

Improvements to Client Backups in Windows Home Server 2011 212

Converting Client Partitions to NTFS 213

Format the Partition as NTFS 214

Run the CONVERT Utility 214

Configuring Windows Home Server Backups 215

Configuring the Backup Time 215

Configuring Client Computer Backup Retention 216

Configuring a Computer for Backup 217

Excluding a Disk Drive from a Backup 218

Excluding Folders from a Backup 219

Adding a New Hard Drive to a Backup 220

Turning Off Backups for a Computer 221

Configuring Time Machine to Back Up Your Mac 222

Running a Manual Backup 223

Cancelling a Running Backup 224

Backing Up Other Systems to Windows Home Server 224

Working with Backups 224

Viewing a Computer’s List of Backups 226

Viewing Backup Details 227

Preventing Windows Home Server from Deleting a Backup 230

Cleaning Up Old Backups 230

Creating a Bootable USB Recovery Key 231

Repairing a Client’s Backups 232

Restoring Network Backups 232

Restoring Backed-Up Files 233

Restoring a Computer to a Previous Configuration 235

From Here 237

Chapter 10 Monitoring Your Network 239

Monitoring the Network Status with the Launchpad Icon 239

Monitoring the Icon Color 240

Monitoring Network Health Alerts 240

Monitoring Windows Home Server with the Alert Viewer 242

Monitoring the Windows Home Server Shares 245

Launching the Computer Management Snap-In 245

Viewing the Current Connections 246

Viewing Connections to Shared Folders 247

Viewing Open Files 248

Closing a User’s Session or File 249

Monitoring Remote Desktop Sessions 249

Starting the Remote Desktop Services Manager 250

Viewing Remote Desktop Sessions 250

Sending a Message to a Remote Desktop Client 252

Disconnecting a Remote Desktop Session 253

Monitoring Users via Task Manager 254

From Here 256

Chapter 11 Implementing Windows Home Server Security 257

Enabling Security Auditing on Windows Home Server 257

Activating the Auditing Policies 258

Understanding the Auditing Policies 259

Tracking Auditing Events 266

More Ways to Secure Windows Home Server 270

Renaming the Administrator Account 271

Hiding the Username in the Log On Dialog Box 271

Making Sure Windows Firewall Is Turned On 272

Disabling the Hidden Administrative Shares 274

Securing Network Computers 275

Monitoring Home Computer Security 275

Thwarting Spyware with Windows Defender 276

Protecting Yourself Against Email Viruses 280

Implementing Parental Controls 282

Creating Accounts for the Kids 282

Avoiding Phishing Scams 285

Sharing a Computer Securely 288

Implementing Wireless Network Security 290

From Here 292

Chapter 12 Setting Up a Windows Home Server Website 293

Understanding the Windows Home Server Default Website 294

Viewing the Default Web Application Folders 294

Viewing the Default IIS Website 296

Viewing the Default Website with Internet Information Services Manager 297

Adding Folders and Files to the Default Website 298

Adding a File to a Default Website Folder 298

Adding a Folder to the Default Website 299

Creating a New Website 301

Creating a New Website Using a Different IP Address 302

Creating a New Website Using a Different Port 307

Creating a New Website Using a Host Header 312

Configuring a Website 314

Modifying the Website Bindings 314

Giving a Website Multiple Identities 315

Changing the Website Location 316

Setting the Default Content Page 317

Disabling Anonymous Access 319

From Here 320

Chapter 13 Running a SharePoint Site on Windows Home Server 321

Installing and Configuring Windows SharePoint Foundation 2010 322

Downloading and Installing Windows SharePoint Foundation 2010 322

Running the Initial Windows SharePoint Foundation 2010 Configuration 323

Creating a New SharePoint Web Application 323

Creating a Top-Level SharePoint Site 325

Deleting the Default SharePoint Web Application 328

Restarting the Windows Home Server Default Website 329

Adding a Firewall Exception for the SharePoint Web Application Port 329

Forwarding the SharePoint Port in Your Router 330

Adding Users to the Top-Level SharePoint Site 331

Logging On to the Top-Level SharePoint Site 332

Adding Sites to SharePoint 333

Adding a Top-Level Site 335

Adding a Subsite 335

Working with Site Settings 337

Customizing a Site 337

Working with Users 342

Working with Groups 345

Working with Permissions 347

Deleting a Site 349

Creating Content for a SharePoint Site 350

Storing Images in a Picture Library 350

Tracking Appointments with a Calendar 352

Maintaining a List of Contacts 353

Keeping a List of Web Page Links 355

Deleting Content from a Site 355

From Here 56

Chapter 14 Patching Home Computers with WSUS 357

Installing WSUS 358

Configuring WSUS 359

Synchronizing Updates 361

Connecting Home Computers to WSUS 363

Approving Updates 364

Approving Updates by Hand 365

Approving Updates Using a Rule 365

From Here 367

Part III Unleashing Windows Home Server Performance and Maintenance

Chapter 15 Tuning Windows Home Server Performance 369

Monitoring Performance 369

Monitoring Performance with Task Manager 370

Monitoring Performance with Resource Monitor 382

Monitoring Performance with Performance Monitor 384

Optimizing the Hard Disk 391

Examining Hard Drive Performance Specifications 391

Performing Hard Drive Maintenance 391

Disabling Compression and Encryption 391

Turning Off Windows Search 392

Enabling Write Caching 392

Optimizing Virtual Memory 393

Storing the Paging File Optimally 393

Customizing the Paging File Size 394

Watching the Paging File Size 394

Changing the Paging File’s Location and Size 395

Optimizing Applications 396

Adding More Memory 397

Optimizing Application Launching 397

Getting the Latest Device Drivers 397

Setting the Program Priority in Task Manager 397

More Optimization Tricks 398

Adjusting Power Options 398

Eliminate the Use of Visual Effects 399

Optimizing Windows Home Server for Services 400

Upgrading Your Device Drivers 401

From Here 405

Chapter 16 Maintaining Windows Home Server 407

Checking System Uptime 408

Displaying Uptime with the Task Manager 408

Displaying Uptime with the SYSTEMINFO Command 408

Displaying Uptime with Performance Monitor 408

Displaying Uptime with a Script 409

Checking Your Hard Disk for Errors 411

Understanding Clusters 412

Understanding Lost Clusters 413

Understanding Invalid Clusters 413

Understanding Cross-Linked Clusters 413

Understanding Cycles 413

Understanding Windows Home Server’s Automatic Disk Checking 414

Running Check Disk 414

Checking Free Disk Space on the System Drive 416

Deleting Unnecessary Files from the System Drive 419

Defragmenting the System Drive 422

Reviewing Event Viewer Logs 424

Setting Up a Maintenance Schedule 425

From Here 426

Chapter 17 Troubleshooting Windows Home Server 427

Replacing Your System Hard Drive 428

Determining the System Hard Drive 428

Replacing the System Drive 429

Checking for Solutions to Problems 430

Understanding Troubleshooting Strategies 432

Did You Get an Error Message? 432

Does an Error or Warning Appear in the Event Viewer Logs? 433

Does an Error Appear in System Information? 433

Did You Recently Edit the Registry? 434

Did You Recently Change Any Windows Settings? 434

Did Windows Home Server “Spontaneously” Reboot? 434

Did You Recently Change Any Application Settings? 437

Did You Recently Install a New Program? 437

Did You Recently Install a New Device? 438

Did You Recently Install an Incompatible Device Driver? 438

Did You Recently Apply an Update from Windows Update? 438

Did You Recently Install a Windows Home Server Update? 439

General Troubleshooting Tips 440

Troubleshooting Using Online Resources 440

Troubleshooting Device Problems 442

Troubleshooting with Device Manager 442

Troubleshooting Device Driver Problems 445

Tips for Downloading Device Drivers 446

Verifying Digitally Signed Files 447

Troubleshooting Startup 448

When to Use the Various Advanced Startup Options 448

Using Safe Mode 448

Using Safe Mode with Networking 449

Using Safe Mode with Command Prompt 449

Using Enable Boot Logging 449

Using Enable VGA Mode 450

Using Last Known Good Configuration 450

Using Directory Services Restore Mode 450

Using Debugging Mode 451

What to Do If Windows Home Server Won’t Start in Safe Mode 451

Troubleshooting Startup Using the System Configuration Utility 451

From Here 454

Part IV Unleashing Windows Home Server Advanced Tools

Chapter 18 Working with the Windows Home Server Registry 455

Starting the Registry Editor 456

Navigating the Registry 457

Navigating the Keys Pane 457

Understanding the Registry Settings 458

Getting to Know the Registry’s Root Keys 459

Understanding Hives and Registry Files 461

Keeping the Registry Safe 463

Backing Up the Registry 463

Protecting Keys by Exporting Them to Disk 463

Working with Registry Entries 466

Changing the Value of a Registry Entry 466

Renaming a Key or Setting 472

Creating a New Key or Setting 473

Deleting a Key or Setting 473

Finding Registry Entries 473

From Here 474

Chapter 19 Using Windows Home Server’s Command-Line Tools 477

Getting to the Command Line 477

Running CMD 478

Opening a Folder in a Command Prompt Session 481

Working at the Command Line 483

Running Commands 483

Working with Long Filenames 484

Changing Folders Faster 485

Taking Advantage of DOSKEY 486

Redirecting Command Output and Input 488

Piping Commands 491

Understanding Batch File Basics 492

Creating Batch Files 493

REM: Adding Comments to a Batch File 493

ECHO: Displaying Messages from a Batch File 494

PAUSE: Temporarily Halting Batch File Execution 495

Using Batch File Parameters 495

FOR: Looping in a Batch File 496

GOTO: Jumping to a Line in a Batch File 497

IF: Handling Batch File Conditions 498

Working with the Command-Line Tools 501

Working with Disk Management Tools 501

Working with File and Folder Management Tools 506

Working with System Management Tools 518

From Here 531

Chapter 20 Using Other Windows Home Server Power Tools 533

Using the Local Group Policy Editor 533

Working with Group Policies 534

Customizing the Windows Security Screen 537

Customizing the Places Bar 539

Increasing the Size of the Recent Documents List 541

Enabling the Shutdown Event Tracker 544

Getting More Out of Control Panel 546

Reviewing Control Panel Icons 546

Understanding Control Panel Files 550

Alternative Methods for Opening Control Panel Icons 552

Putting a Control Panel Submenu on the Start Menu 554

Removing an Icon from Control Panel 554

Showing Only Specified Control Panel Icons 556

Configuring the Microsoft Management Console 557

Launching the MMC 560

Adding a Snap-In 560

Saving a Console 562

Creating a Custom Taskpad View 562

Controlling Snap-Ins with Group Policies 565

Controlling Services 566

Controlling Services with the Services Snap-In 566

Controlling Services at the Command Prompt 569

Controlling Services with a Script 570

Setting Up a Fax Server 574

Adding the Fax Server Role 574

Configuring a Shared Fax Printer 575

Starting the Fax Service Manager 576

Configuring the Fax Modem 576

Starting Windows Fax and Scan 577

Sending a Fax 578

Receiving Faxes 580

From Here 584

Chapter 21 Scripting Windows Home Server 585

Understanding Windows Script Host 586

Running Scripts 587

Running Script Files Directly 588

Using WScript for Windows-Based Scripts 588

Using CScript for Command-Line Scripts 590

Script Properties and .wsh Files 590

Programming Objects 592

Working with Object Properties 592

Working with Object Methods 593

Assigning an Object to a Variable 595

Working with Object Collections 595

Programming the WScript Object 597

Displaying Text to the User 597

Shutting Down a Script 598

Scripting and Automation 598

Programming the WshShell Object 603

Referencing the WshShell Object 604

Displaying Information to the User 604

Running Applications 608

Working with Shortcuts 609

Working with Registry Entries 611

Working with Environment Variables 613

Programming the WshNetwork Object 615

Referencing the WshNetwork Object 615

WshNetwork Object Properties 616

Mapping Network Printers 616

Mapping Network Drives 616

Programming the Windows Management Instrumentation Service 617

Referencing the WMI Service Object 618

Returning Class Instances 618

From Here 622

Part V Appendixes

Appendix A Glossary 625

Appendix B Windows Home Server Keyboard Shortcuts 639

Appendix C Windows Home Server Online Resources 649

Windows Home Server Websites 649

Windows Home Server Blogs 650

Windows Home Server for Developers 651

Index 653

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