Windows Home Server Bible, by Greg and Jennifer Ackerman Kettell is now in stock and shipping at Amazon.
The book, published by Wiley, runs to 600 pages and covers a wide and very detailed range of Windows Home Server related topics, including installing and configuring your home server, streaming media to a variety of network devices as well as running and programming add-ins – here’s a description:
Transform digital chaos into a well-organized home network
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.
- Choose the out-of-the-box WHS solution or repurpose a spare PC
- Go wired or wireless, run Ethernet cable, and configure a router
- Walk through installation and get up to speed on the WHS Console
- Establish user accounts, set up shared folders, and create a print server
- Schedule backups for PCs or Macs and recover from crashes
- Build a media hub and stream to computers, Xboxes, and PlayStations
- Monitor your home remotely with a webcam
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