Remote Web Access can end up giving a user unrestricted access to Windows Home Server 2011. In this post I will tell you how to manage Remote Web Access for certain users to make sure that a novice user does not mess up the Home Server.
Windows Home Server 2011 has far more dynamic Remote Access feature than its predecessor. In this post I will provide you with a walkthrough of the process to access your home server from the cloud, by using Remote Web Access. Please Note: before a computer can connect to Windows Home Server 2011, it must have the connector software installed, to see how to do that you can check out the Continue Reading →
After the tremendous success of my compilation of 50 Handy Applications For Ubuntu & Other Linux Operating Systems, I decided to create a similar post for our Mac readers. The below mentioned applications might not be the most famous apps for Mac OS X users however, they are likely to be of good use. These application are not listed in any particular order and the objective of this post is Continue Reading →
Lauchpad is a great feature of Mac OS X Lion which lets you access installed application from an iPad style launcher. Nonetheless, a huge disadvantage of the Launchpad is that every application that is located in the Applications folder is shown. Unfortunately, these apps can’t be hidden easily from Launchpad because there are no such native preferences present by default. Launchpad- Control is a tweaking application for Launchpad, which provides Continue Reading →
In this post I will provide a detailed explanation of the new features of Windows Home Server 2011 (code name Vail). I will also explain the benefits of these features for WHS 2011 user.
Slingshot is a Mac OS X style Launchpad for Ubuntu and Debian Linux, much like JumpPad is for Windows. Slingshot can be integrated to the Unity Launcher to quickly access files and applications. See the below instructions to install and create a Unity launcher for Slingshot.
Although the Dashboard can be used to connect to Windows Home Server 2011. However, to access complete server resources and shared computers, the Remote Web Access feature can be used. There are many ways to remotely access computers on a network. Nonetheless, This method of access uses the cloud (internet) to access the shared computers and home server.
In this post I will tell you how to download your shared folder content using Remote Web Access. Note: you will required a computer that is already connected to the Home Server, to see how to connect your system to the Home Server, check out the post: How To Connect A Computer (PC or Mac) To Windows Home Server 2011.