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Microsoft Windows Home Server Unleashed, 2nd Edition

This is the most comprehensive, practical, and useful guide to Windows Home Server, including Microsoft's major updates in PowerPacks 1, 2, and 3. Top Windows expert Paul McFedries brings together tips, techniques, and shortcuts available nowhere else and presents them all in plain English for every Windows Home Server user. McFedries covers all facets of running Windows Home Server: configuration, file/folder sharing, networking, media streaming and sharing, backup/restore, monitoring, Web and SharePoint site deployment, performance optimization, maintenance, and customization. He thoroughly addresses Windows Home Server's new Windows 7 support, as well as major improvements in areas ranging from remote access to storing TV recordings.

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