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Microsoft Windows Home Server 2011 Unleashed [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

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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 fo...

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