Windows Home Server Bible

Windows Home Server Bible

by Greg Kettell, Jennifer Ackerman Kettell
     
 

When was the last time you backed up your home computer? If your household is a hodge-podge of unconnected laptops, desktops, and printers, it's time to bring order and peace of mind by creating your own secure home network with Windows Home Server (WHS) and this comprehensive guide. From protecting your data against hardware failures to organizing all of your…  See more details below

Overview

When was the last time you backed up your home computer? If your household is a hodge-podge of unconnected laptops, desktops, and printers, it's time to bring order and peace of mind by creating your own secure home network with Windows Home Server (WHS) and this comprehensive guide. From protecting your data against hardware failures to organizing all of your family's digital media onto one central hub, this practical reference covers all the techniques and step-by-step instruction you need to succeed.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780470229569
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
03/10/2008
Series:
Bible Series, #475
Pages:
576
Product dimensions:
7.32(w) x 9.34(h) x 1.25(d)

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Meet the Author

Greg Kettell is a software engineer with over 20 years experience in managing servers and programming enterprise applications, single- and multi-player games, and internet applications. He’s written and contributed to books on HTML, Dreamweaver, ColdFusion, Microsoft Office, Access, and various graphics packages. Greg is a home theater enthusiast and amateur astronomer who misses the Arizona night sky since moving to upstate New York.

Jennifer Ackerman Kettell is a web designer and the author of several books on software applications, graphics, and web design. Some of her titles include Microsoft Office 2003: The Complete Reference and The Absolute Beginners Guide to FrontPage 2003. Jenn is also a fiction author and avid (some say obsessive) researcher. Greg and Jenn live with their two children, two dogs, and two cats in a house that sometimes seems to be made more of fur than wood and tile. The kids want to add to the menagerie, but shouldn’t hold their breath.

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