If you recently upgraded to Microsoft Vista, you can enhance the functionality of Vista by turning it into a server. Among many other possibilities, running Vista as a server will let you host web pages, share your documents with friends and family, and allow you to access your documents from outside your local area network.
This tutorial will demonstrate how to turn Windows Vista (any version) into a Web server, and how to enable port forwarding on your router which will allow you to connect to your server from outside your local area network. This tutorial requires Windows Vista, 512MB RAM, and 64.6MB of free space on your hard drive.
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