How To Remotely Access Windows Home Server 2011 & Shared Computers Using Remote Web Access

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.

How To Restrict User’s Remote Web Access In Windows Home Server 2011

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.

How To Download & Upload Audio, Video Files From Windows Home Server 2011

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.

Setup Free Media Server To Stream Videos To DLNA Compatible TV, Xbox 360 & PS3 (Play Station 3)

LXiMedia is an open source DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) media server application. It transcode and stream media across a network with other Computers, Xbox 360, Play Station 3 (PS3) and DLNA compatible TVs. You can also stream media (videos, audio and photos) from one PC and view it (in a browser) on another, without installing LXiMedia on both systems. Similarly, streaming can be done with other compatible devices. See Continue Reading →

How To Access Windows Home Server 2011 Online From Cloud (Internet)

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 →

Perform Network Throughput Test On Wired And Wireless Networks

Network throughput is a measure taken as the average rate of successful message delivery over a channel of communication. Such data may be transferred over a link, or may pass through a certain network node and is usually measured in bits per or data packets per second,as well as data packets per time slot. TamoSoft Throughput Test is a software designed to perform this test. It runs as a client Continue Reading →

Connection Checker For Android Fixes Weak WiFi/Mobile Network Signals

Tired of a weak Android reception? If yes, then you might find a remedy by using Connection Checker. It is a free and Android application which checks the network status after a set time interval and toggles the WiFi / mobile network when signals are weak or non existent. It continues to fix your mobile connection until a stable connection is established.

Perform Reverse DNS Lookup With Resolver

Nslookup is a network administration command-line tool used widely by system and network administrators for querying the Domain Name System(DNS) to obtain domain name or IP address mapping for a specific DNS record. Resolver is an open source application designed to help you perform a reverse DNS Lookup for a single IP address and for an IP range. You can also import IPs from a text file and the clipboard. Continue Reading →

Make Remote Administration Of Network Computers Easy With Desktop Central

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Remote administration has become an important part of daily administration tasks for system and network administrators. Desktop Central is a free Windows tool that makes Windows Administration easier on a day-to-day basis. It has 12 tools, which  provide remote management of systems, wake on LAN options, remote command prompt, GPO (Group Policy) update, hard disk space detection, power monitoring for portable computers on the network (such as laptops), etc.

Perform IPv4 Conversions With IPv4 Address Converter

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Despite the fact that IPV6 is gearing up to succeed IPV4, nonetheless, for now Internet protocol Version 4 is in dominant use. This makes IPv4 calculations more essential for system and network administrators as compared to IPV6. IPV4 Addresses Converter is a simple tool that helps users to convert IPV4 addresses in various formats. It is meant to simplify the task of calculating decimal, hexadecimal and binary values for an Continue Reading →