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Paul McFedries

 

This is the most comprehensive, practical, and useful guide to Windows Home ...

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Overview

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Microsoft® Windows® Home Server Unleashed

 

Second Edition

Covers PowerPacks 1, 2, and 3!

 

Paul McFedries

 

This is the most comprehensive, practical, and useful guide to Windows Home Server, including Microsoft’s major updates in PowerPacks 1, 2, and 3. Top Windows expert Paul McFedries brings together tips, techniques, and shortcuts available nowhere else and presents them all in plain English for every Windows Home Server user.

 

McFedries covers all facets of running Windows Home Server: configuration, file/folder sharing, networking, media streaming and sharing, backup/restore, monitoring, Web and SharePoint site deployment, performance optimization, maintenance, and customization. He thoroughly addresses Windows Home Server’s new Windows 7 support, as well as major improvements in areas ranging from remote access to storing TV recordings.

 

This edition presents comprehensive, up-to-the-minute guidance on Windows Home Server security, plus a full section of advanced solutions utilizing Microsoft’s power tools, the command line, and automated scripting. Throughout, McFedries demonstrates key techniques through real-world examples and presents practical configurations you can easily use in your own home.

 

 

Detailed information on how to…

  • Set up Windows Home Server networks, user accounts, devices, and storage
  • Integrate with Windows 7’s new file libraries, backup/recovery tools, and Windows Search 4.0
  • Efficiently share folders, files, and digital media
  • Ensure security for both local and remote users
  • Automatically back up and restore all the computers on your home network
  • Quickly set up web and SharePoint sites


Tune, maintain, and troubleshoot Windows Home Server


Use the new Remote Access Configuration and Repair Wizards

 

ON THE WEB:

Register your book at informit.com/title/9780672331060 to access all examples and source code presented in this book.

 

Category: Windows Server

Covers: Windows Home Server with PowerPacks 1, 2, 3

User Level: Intermediate–Advanced

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780672333019
  • Publisher: Pearson Education
  • Publication date: 4/19/2010
  • Series: Unleashed
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 792
  • File size: 33 MB
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Meet the Author

Paul McFedries is a Windows expert and full-time technical writer. Paul has been authoring computer books since 1991 and has more than 70 books to his credit, which combined have sold more than three 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 (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 mcfedries.com or follow Paul on Twitter at twitter.com/paulmcf.

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Table of Contents

Introduction

Part I Unleashing Windows Home Server Configuration

Chapter 1 Setting Up Your Windows Home Server Network

Configuring Windows Home Server for Networking

Changing the Windows Home Server Workgroup Name

Displaying the Network Icon in the Notification Area

Configuring Windows Home Server with a Static IP Address

Setting Up Windows Home Server as a DHCP Server

Viewing the Windows Home Server Network

Troubleshooting Network Problems

Checking Connection Status

Checking Network Utilization

Repairing a Network Connection

Working with Network Diagnostics

Troubleshooting Cables

Troubleshooting the Network Interface Card

Handling Multiple Network Subnets

Making a Remote Desktop Connection to the Server

Making Sure That Windows Home Server Is Ready to Host

Making the Connection to the Server

Disconnecting from the Server

From Here

Chapter 2 Setting Up and Working with User Accounts

Understanding Security Groups

Adding a New User

Setting the Password Length and Complexity

Customizing the Password Length Requirement

Building a Strong Password

Changing the Password on the Client

Adding the User Account

Synchronizing the Client and Windows Home Server Passwords

Automating Client Logons

Modifying User Accounts

Viewing Account Properties

Changing the Account Password

Disabling a User Account

Enabling a User Account

Removing a User Account

Changing the Account Name

Adding a User to a Group

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

From Here

Chapter 3 Adding Devices to the Windows Home Server Network

Installing Windows Home Server Connector on the Client Computers

Supported Operating Systems

Preparing to Install Windows Home Server Connector

Running the Windows Home Server Connector Setup Program on Windows 7 and Windows Vista

Running the Windows Home Server Connector Setup Program on Windows XP

Rediscovering the Windows Home Server

Using a Mac on Your Windows Home Server Network

Connecting to the Windows Home Server Network

Mounting a Windows Home Server Shared Folder

Backing Up Mac Data to a Windows Home Server Shared Folder

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

Letting Windows Computers See Your Mac Shares

Using a Linux Client on Your Windows Home Server Network

Viewing the Windows Home Server Network in Ubuntu

Letting Windows Computers See Your Ubuntu Shares

Connecting Other Devices to the Windows Home Server Network

Connecting a Windows Mobile Device

Adding an Xbox 360 to the Network

Connecting a Kodak Wi-Fi Digital Picture Frame

From Here

Chapter 4 Configuring Windows Home Server

Changing the Name of the Home Server

Running the Windows Home Server Console

Changing the Date and Time on Windows Home Server

Setting the Current Date and Time

Synchronizing the Date and Time with a Time Server

Selecting the Windows Home Server Region

Changing the Region in the Windows Home Server Console

Customizing the Region Formats

Configuring Windows Update

Configuring Windows Update via the Windows Home Server Console

Configuring Windows Update via the Automatic Updates Control Panel

Updating Windows Home Server

Changing the Windows Home Server Password

Restarting or Shutting Down Windows Home Server

Configuring an Uninterruptible Power Supply

Configuring the Windows Home Server Startup

Editing BOOT.INI Directly

Using the System Configuration Editor to Modify BOOT.INI

Configuring Startup with the Advanced Options Menu

Launching Applications and Scripts at Startup

From Here

Chapter 5 Setting Up and Using Home Server Storage

Understanding Windows Home Server Storage

Simplicity: Saying Goodbye to Drive Letters

Flexibility: Expanding (or Contracting) the Data Pool

Safety: Using Duplication to Ensure No Data Is Lost

Understanding Drive Extender

Server Storage on a One-Drive System

Server Storage on a Two-Drive System

Server Storage on a Multi-Drive System

Setting the Primary Hard Drive

Adding Storage to the Home Server

Adding a Drive to the Storage Pool

Adding a Drive for Windows Home Server Backups

Viewing Storage Status

Repairing Storage

Removing Storage from the Home Server

Removing a Storage Hard Drive

Removing a Server Backup Hard Drive

From Here

Part II Unleashing Windows Home Server Networking

Chapter 6 Sharing Folders and Files on the Home Server

Examining the Predefined Windows Home Server Shares

Setting User Permissions on Shared Folders

Modifying Permissions for a Windows Home Server Shared Folder

Sharing Server Folders Outside Drive Extender

Creating a New Shared Folder

Toggling Duplication for a Shared Folder

Accessing the Windows Home Server Shared Folders

Understanding the Universal Naming Convention

Mapping a Shared Folder to a Local Drive Letter

Disconnecting a Mapped Network Folder

Creating a Network Location in Windows 7 and Windows Vista

Creating a Network Place in Windows XP

Copying Files to a Shared Folder

Publishing a Windows Vista Calendar to the Server

Publishing Your Calendar

Subscribing to a Calendar

Working with Shared Calendars

Viewing Share Storage History

Searching the Shared Folders

As-You-Type Searches with Desktop Search

Advanced Searches

Using Advanced Query Syntax to Search Properties

Deleting a Shared Folder

From Here

Chapter 7 Making Connections to Network Computers

Configuring a Computer as a Remote Desktop Host

Configuring a Windows 7 or Vista Host

Configuring an XP Host

Restricting the Computers That Can Connect to the Host

Connecting via Remote Desktop Connection

Getting the Client Computer Ready

Making the Connection to the Remote Desktop

Disconnecting from the Remote Desktop

Connecting via Windows Home Server Web Site Remote Access

Configuring Users for Remote Access

Activating Remote Access on the Server

Displaying the Remote Access Home Page

Making the Connection.

Disconnecting from the Host

Connecting via the Internet

Determining the Windows Home Server IP Address

Setting Up Port Forwarding on the Router

Configuring the Router By Hand

Determining the Router’s External IP Address

Using a Dynamic DNS Service

Obtaining a Domain Name from Microsoft

Displaying the Remote Access Home Page

Connecting to a Network Computer

Connecting to the Windows Home Server Console

Connecting to the Windows Home Server Desktop

Working with Windows Home Server Shares in the Web Browser

Enabling Drag-and-Drop Uploading

Customizing the Remote Access Web Pages

Setting Remote Access as the Default Home Page

Customizing the Website Headline

Customizing the Website Images

From Here

Chapter 8 Streaming and Sharing Digital Media

Streaming Digital Media to Network Computers and Devices

Getting Your Devices Ready

Activating Media Sharing in Windows Home Server

Connecting Devices

Playing Streamed Media in Windows Media Player.

Playing Streamed Media in Windows Media Center

Connecting Windows Media Center to Your Home Server

Sharing Photos

Customizing the Photos Share with a Template

Using Server Photos as a Screensaver Slideshow

Adding the Photos Folder to Windows Media Player

Adding the Photos Folder to Windows Live Photo Gallery

Adding the Photos Folder to Windows Photo Gallery

Running a Slide Show from the Photos Share

Changing the Default Picture Import Location to Windows Home Server

Sharing Music

Customizing the Music Share with a Template

Adding the Music Folder to Windows Media Player

Changing the Default Rip Location to Windows Home Server

Sharing Videos

Customizing the Videos Share with a Template

Adding the Videos Folder to Windows Media Player

Archiving Recorded TV on Windows Home Server

From Here

Chapter 9 Backing Up and Restoring Network Computers

Understanding Windows Home Server’s Backup Technology

Single Instance Storage

No Backup Types

Smarter Backups

Automatic Backup Management

Converting Client Partitions to NTFS

Format the Partition as NTFS

Run the CONVERT Utility

Configuring Windows Home Server Backups

Configuring the Backup Time

Configuring Automatic Backup Management

Configuring a Computer for Backup

Excluding a Disk Drive from a Backup

Excluding Folders from a Backup

Adding a New Hard Drive to a Backup

Turning Off Backups for a Computer

Running a Manual Backup

Cancelling a Running Backup

Backing Up Other Systems to Windows Home Server

Working with Backups

Viewing a Computer’s List of Backups

Viewing Backup Details

Preventing Windows Home Server from Deleting a Backup

Cleaning Up Old Backups

Browsing Backed-Up Files

Restoring Network Backups

Restoring Backed-Up Files

Restoring a Computer to a Previous Configuration

From Here

Chapter 10 Monitoring Your Network

Monitoring the Windows Home Server Status Icon

Monitoring the Icon Color

Monitoring Network Health Notifications

Monitoring the Windows Home Server Shares

Launching the Computer Management Snap-In

Viewing the Current Connections

Viewing Connections to Shared Folders

Viewing Open Files

Closing a User’s Session or File

Monitoring Remote Desktop Sessions

Starting the Terminal Services Manager

Viewing Remote Desktop Sessions

Sending a Message to a Remote Desktop Client

Disconnecting a Remote Desktop Session

Controlling the Administrator’s Desktop via Remote Control

Monitoring Users via Task Manager

From Here

Chapter 11 Implementing Windows Home Server Security

Enabling Security Auditing on Windows Home Server

Activating the Auditing Policies

Understanding the Auditing Policies

Tracking Auditing Events

More Ways to Secure Windows Home Server

Renaming the Administrator Account

Hiding the User Name in the Log On Dialog Box

Making Sure Windows Firewall Is Turned On

Disabling the Hidden Administrative Shares

Securing Network Computers

Monitoring Home Computer Security

Thwarting Spyware with Windows Defender

Protecting Yourself Against Email Viruses

Implementing Parental Controls

Creating Accounts for the Kids

Avoiding Phishing Scams

Sharing a Computer Securely

Implementing Wireless Network Security

From Here

Chapter 12 Setting Up a Windows Home Server Website

Understanding the Windows Home Server Default Website

Viewing the Default Website Folders

Viewing the Default Website with Internet Information Services Manager

Adding Folders and Files to the Default Website

Adding a File to a Default Website Folder

Adding a Folder to the Default Website

Creating a New Website

Creating a New Website Using a Different IP Address

Creating a New Website Using a Different Port

Creating a New Website Using a Host Header

Configuring a Website

Modifying the Website Identity

Giving a Website Multiple Identities

Changing the Website Location and Permissions

Setting the Default Content Page

Disabling Anonymous Access

Adding Site Links to the Home and Remote Access Pages

From Here

Chapter 13 Running a SharePoint Site on Windows Home Server

Installing and Configuring Windows SharePoint Services

Downloading and Installing SharePoint Services 3.0

Running the Initial SharePoint Services 3.0 Configuration

Creating a New SharePoint Web Application

Creating a Top-Level SharePoint Site

Deleting the Default SharePoint Web Application

Restarting the Windows Home Server Default Website

Adding a Firewall Exception for the SharePoint Web Application Port

Forwarding the SharePoint Port in Your Router

Adding Users to the Top-Level SharePoint Site

Logging On to the Top-Level SharePoint Site

Adding Sites to SharePoint

Adding a Top-Level Site

Adding a Subsite

Working with Site Settings

Customizing a Site

Working with Users

Working with Groups

Working with Permissions

Deleting a Site

Creating Content for a SharePoint Site

Storing Images in a Picture Library

Tracking Appointments with a Calendar

Maintaining a List of Contacts

Keeping a List of Web Page Links

Managing Permissions for Content

Deleting Content from a Site

From Here

Part III Unleashing Windows Home Server Performance and Maintenance

Chapter 14 Tuning Windows Home Server Performance

Monitoring Performance

Monitoring Performance with Task Manager

Monitoring Performance with System Monitor

Optimizing the Hard Disk

Examining Hard Drive Performance Specifications

Performing Hard Drive Maintenance

Disabling Compression and Encryption

Turning Off Windows Search

Enabling Write Caching.

Optimizing Virtual Memory

Customizing the Paging File Size

Watching the Paging File Size

Changing the Paging File’s Size

Defragmenting the Paging File

Optimizing Applications

Adding More Memory

Optimizing Application Launching

Getting the Latest Device Drivers

Setting the Program Priority in Task Manager

More Optimization Tricks

Adjusting Power Options

Eliminate the Use of Visual Effects

Optimizing Windows Home Server for Services and the System Cache

Optimizing Network Data Throughput for File Sharing

Upgrading Your Device Drivers

From Here

Chapter 15 Maintaining Windows Home Server

Checking System Uptime

Displaying Uptime with the SYSTEMINFO Command

Displaying Uptime with Performance Monitor

Displaying Uptime with a Script

Checking Your Hard Disk for Errors

Understanding Clusters

Understanding Lost Clusters

Understanding Invalid Clusters

Understanding Cross-Linked Clusters

Understanding Cycles

Understanding Windows Home Server’s Automatic Disk Checking

Running Check Disk

Checking Free Disk Space on the System Drive

Deleting Unnecessary Files from the System Drive

Defragmenting the System Drive

Reviewing Event Viewer Logs

Exporting Event Logs to a Database

Setting Up a Maintenance Schedule

From Here

Chapter 16 Customizing the Windows Home Server Interface

Making the Start Menu More Efficient

Activating the Frequent Programs List

Getting More Favorite Programs on the Start Menu

Adding the Internet and E-Mail Icons

Pinning a Favorite Program Permanently to the Start Menu

Streamlining the Start Menu by Converting Links to Menus

Adding, Moving, and Removing Other Start Menu Icons

Making the Taskbar More Efficient

Displaying the Built-In Taskbar Toolbars

Setting Some Taskbar Toolbar Options

Creating New Taskbar Toolbars

Creating a Taskbar Toolbar for Launching Programs and Documents

Improving Productivity by Setting Taskbar Options

Controlling Taskbar Grouping

Modifying the Start Menu and Taskbar with Group Policies

Customizing the Color Quality and Resolution

Setting the Screensaver

Selecting a Screensaver

Creating an Instant Screensaver

Customizing the Desktop Colors, Fonts, and Sizes

Selecting a Color Scheme

Creating a Custom Color Scheme

Creating Custom Colors

Changing the Effects Properties

From Here

Chapter 17 Troubleshooting Windows Home Server

Replacing Your System Hard Drive.

Restoring a Windows Home Server Backup

Understanding Troubleshooting Strategies

Did You Get an Error Message?

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

Does an Error Appear in System Information?

Did the Error Begin with a Past Hardware or Software Change?

Did You Recently Edit the Registry?

Did You Recently Change Any Windows Settings?

Did Windows Home Server “Spontaneously” Reboot?

Did You Recently Change Any Application Settings?

Did You Recently Install a New Program?

Did You Recently Install a New Device?

Did You Recently Install an Incompatible Device Driver?

Did You Recently Apply an Update from Windows Update?

Did You Recently Install a Windows Home Server Hotfix or Power Pack?

General Troubleshooting Tips

Troubleshooting Using Online Resources

Troubleshooting Device Problems

Troubleshooting with Device Manager

Troubleshooting Device Driver Problems

Tips for Downloading Device Drivers

Troubleshooting Resource Conflicts

Verifying Digitally Signed Files

Troubleshooting Startup

When to Use the Various Advanced Startup Options

Using Safe Mode

Using Safe Mode with Networking

Using Safe Mode with Command Prompt

Using Enable Boot Logging

Using Enable VGA Mode

Using Last Known Good Configuration

Using Directory Services Restore Mode

Using Debugging Mode

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

Troubleshooting Startup Using the System Configuration Utility

Reinstalling Windows Home Server

From Here

Part IV Unleashing Windows Home Server Advanced Tools

Chapter 18 Working with the Windows Home Server Registry

Starting the Registry Editor

Navigating the Registry

Navigating the Keys Pane

Understanding Registry Settings

Getting to Know the Registry’s Root Keys

Understanding Hives and Registry Files

Keeping the Registry Safe

Backing Up the Registry

Protecting Keys by Exporting Them to Disk

Working with Registry Entries

Changing the Value of a Registry Entry

Renaming a Key or Setting

Creating a New Key or Setting

Deleting a Key or Setting

Finding Registry Entries

From Here

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

Getting to the Command Line

Running CMD

Opening a Folder in a Command Prompt Session

Working at the Command Line

Running Commands

Working with Long Filenames

Changing Folders Faster

Taking Advantage of DOSKEY

Redirecting Command Output and Input

Piping Commands

Understanding Batch File Basics

Creating Batch Files

REM: Adding Comments to a Batch File

ECHO: Displaying Messages from a Batch File

PAUSE: Temporarily Halting Batch File Execution

Using Batch File Parameters

FOR: Looping in a Batch File

GOTO: Jumping to a Line in a Batch File

IF: Handling Batch File Conditions

Working with the Command-Line Tools

Working with Disk Management Tools

Working with File and Folder Management Tools

Working with System Management Tools

From Here

Chapter 20 Using Other Windows Home Server Power Tools

Using the Group Policy Object Editor

Working with Group Policies

Customizing the Windows Security Dialog Box

Customizing the Places Bar

Increasing the Size of the Recent Documents List

Enabling the Shutdown Event Tracker

Getting More Out of Control Panel

Reviewing the Control Panel Icons

Understanding Control Panel Files

Alternative Methods for Opening Control Panel Icons

Putting Control Panel on the Taskbar

Displaying Control Panel in My Computer

Removing an Icon from Control Panel

Showing Only Specified Control Panel Icons

Configuring the Microsoft Management Console

Launching the MMC

Adding a Snap-In.

Saving a Console

Creating a Custom Taskpad View

Controlling Snap-Ins with Group Policies

Controlling Services

Controlling Services with the Services Snap-In

Controlling Services at the Command Prompt

Controlling Services with a Script

Setting Up a Fax Server

Installing the Fax Service

Starting the Fax Console

Configuring the Fax Service

Examining the Fax Console

Sending a Fax

Receiving Faxes

Routing a Received Fax

From Here

Chapter 21 Scripting Windows Home Server

Understanding Windows Script Host

Running Scripts

Running Script Files Directly

Using WScript for Windows-Based Scripts

Using CScript for Command-Line Scripts

Script Properties and .wsh Files

Programming Objects

Working with Object Properties

Working with Object Methods

Assigning an Object to a Variable

Working with Object Collections

Programming the WScript Object

Displaying Text to the User

Shutting Down a Script

Scripting and Automation

Programming the WshShell Object

Referencing the WshShell Object

Displaying Information to the User

Running Applications

Working with Shortcuts

Working with Registry Entries

Working with Environment Variables

Programming the WshNetwork Object

Referencing the WshNetwork Object

WshNetwork Object Properties

Mapping Network Printers

Mapping Network Drives

Programming the Windows Management Instrumentation Service

Referencing the WMI Service Object

Returning Class Instances

From Here

Part V Appendixes

Appendix A Glossary

Appendix B Windows Home Server Keyboard Shortcuts

Appendix C Windows Home Server Online Resources

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