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Introduction to Windows Home Server “Vail” SDK

May 7th, 2010 No comments

Hi everyone! My name is Dileep and I am a Development lead with Windows Home Server team. It has been more than a week since we released the beta builds of the next version of Windows Home Server “Vail”, and we are very encouraged by the download and the feedback pouring in through connect. Thank you for everyone who is participating in the beta program! Alongside that, we thought this is the right time to start discussing some of the features of Vail and its extensibility with the community to get the excitement started for building great, cool and useful add-ins for the next version of Windows Home Server. The SDK is also available to download from Connect and if you already tried it out, you might have noticed that the extensibility options for Vail are pretty broad in comparison with first version of Windows Home Server. There are many ways one can extend Vail – by extending Dashboard (old Admin Console), Launchpad or by building a Provider. You can even build an addin which has both server and client components to it.  Vail SDK contains information about all these plus APIs for many other core features like Alerts framework, Storage (Server Folders & Hard Drives), Computers & Backup, Identity, Remote Access, Media Streaming and much more! The SDK also contains detailed documentation as to how you can build, package and deploy your add-ins to Vail Server and clients. All-in-all, you can see that we’ve tried to put up a much broader and more powerful SDK in place compared to the previous version.


There is a lot of information to digest in Vail and SDK in particular. Hence we are taking this opportunity to do a series of blog posts to talk about the various extensibility points of Vail in a much higher level than the actual SDK documentation. The idea is to give developers an overview of the capabilities of Vail SDK along with providing guidance as to how to go about building addins the right way so that the user experience or performance is not compromised. In the first of such posts, I am discussing the Vail ‘Dashboard’ and its extensibility vis-à-vis Home Server v1 here.


The Administration console in Home Server v1 has been renamed to ‘Dashboard’ to better reflect the information it provides. Just like the Admin console in v1, Dasbhboard still is the main user interface for administrative or management type of tasks on the Server. Dashboard is where you would go to monitor the health of the network, create user accounts, view backups, add shared folders, increase storage capacity, enable or disable media streaming etc. Dashboard is still not the place to put any day-to-day non-administrative tasks. I have posted a document on connect website (link is given below) which talks about the differences in the Dashboard UI compared to Home Server v1 Admin Console. In the document I talk about the new Dashboard layout, the new UI elements introduced, the three different kinds of tabs that one can build as well as plugging into the existing Microsoft tabs and wizards. I also cover the extensibility aspects of Home Server v1 Admin console which are no longer available in Vail.


You can download the complete document here.


(You will have to sign in to Microsoft Connect site.)


I hope I was able to give an adequate overview of the changes and new features in Windows Home Server ‘Vail’ Dashboard in the document, especially when compared to v1. Please remember that this document is meant as a high level overview of the extensibility points, and the low-level details of all of those extensibility APIs, documentation, samples and templates are available in the Vail SDK. We would love to hear your comments and feedback. Moreover we would love to get all of you started on writing cool addins for Vail. Please use Vail SDK Forum for discussing seeking assistance for the SDK. In subsequent posts, we’ll cover other topics such as Launchpad, building Providers, addin deployment, various object models etc. Happy coding!


Download Dashboard overview document


Download “Vail” SDK

Discuss about “Vail” SDK

Windows Home Server Power Pack 3 – PP3 Beta Update

September 29th, 2009 No comments

Hey everyone,


 As some of you know, we have started blogging over on the Windows Team Blog back at the beginning of September with a new blog called the Windows Home Server Blog. So, if you haven’t already added this blog to your feed, please do. For the moment we are planning on blogging from both our TechNet Blog as well as our new blog. As part of our efforts to reach out to a larger audience and our strong alignment with Windows we felt that it was important that we start communicating our message from the Windows Team Blog. In the near future, we may make a complete move from our TechNet location to the Windows Team Blog. Stay tuned…


So, back to Power Pack 3. We wanted to update everyone on where we are with the beta of PP3 and talk about the steps we are taking in this beta to inusre a smooth transition in supporting our newest OS, Windows 7. to read more, please go check out this article: Windows Home Server Power Pack 3 update.


 Thanks again to all of our beta testers who are really running our PP3 beta and giving us some very valuable feedback. This is shaping up to be an amazing release for Windows Home Server.


Kevin Beares
Community Lead – WSSG

Windows Home Server Team is soliciting feedback in 2nd annual usage & satisfaction survey

September 1st, 2009 No comments

Did you know…

That most English language users found out about Windows Home Server through a blog or online product review, versus magazine or newspaper articles for German language users?

That product “features and specifications” was widely regarded as the most important factor, followed distantly by price, when it comes to Windows Home Server purchase?

That media sharing/streaming was the feature that could most help increase overall Windows Home Server customer satisfaction?

No?  Neither did we until you told us in last year’s survey

Customer feedback regarding usage and satisfaction of Windows Home Server is very important to our team.  This feedback helps us improve how we promote the product, better understand how people are using the product, and determine what functionality we can build into future updates to increase satisfaction.

If you are a current Windows Home Server user, we want to hear from you! 

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Windows Home Server Software Development Kit (SDK) adds Japanese Language Support

August 22nd, 2009 No comments

The momentum behind Windows Home Server add-ins continues to grow!  The Windows Home Server team is very pleased to announce the availability of the Japanese Software Development Kit (SDK).  The SDK provides developers with guidance, for example application programming interface (API) information, on how to create programs that integrate with the Windows Home Server Console. 

Japanese developers now have access to the localized version of the SDK on the Windows Home Server section of the MSDN website.

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Coinciding with the release of the Japanese SDK, the Windows Home Server Japanese Evaluation software is now available for download

For users who have not stayed abreast of the Windows Home Server add-ins community, you may want to visit Terry Walsh’s site www.whsplus.com.  You’ll find a pretty comprehensive list of Windows Home Server add-ins, reviews of the latest add-ins, as well as a list of user-ranked top add-ins. 

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– Steven

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Windows Home Server Power Pack 3 BETA – Includes enhancements for Windows 7-based computers

July 17th, 2009 No comments

We are pleased to announce the Windows Home Server Power Pack 3 Beta which improves the Windows Home Server experience with Windows 7 and Windows Media Center by providing the following new features: Backup and restore of computers running Windows 7, Windows 7 Libraries integration, enhancements for Windows Media Center, and better support for netbook computers.

If you are running Windows 7 on your home computer and are a current Windows Home Server user, we need your help!

Important: You will need to sign up as a beta participant of the Windows Home Server program on Microsoft Connect in order to download the Power Pack 3 Beta. https://connect.microsoft.com/WindowsHomeServer

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New in Power Pack 3 Beta

Windows 7 Backup & Recovery

Windows Home Server performs a full image-based backup of Windows 7-based computers, allowing for a complete computer recovery in the case of a hard drive failure, or restoration of a single file or folder in the event of accidental deletion or loss. After the Windows Home Server Connector software has been installed on a computer running Windows 7, Windows 7 Backup warnings will be suppressed and users will no longer receive a notification to back up their computer. Windows Home Server can back up Windows XP SP2 or later, Windows Vista and Windows 7-based computers.

Windows 7 Backup

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Windows Home Server completes an automatic image-based backup of Windows-based computers every day.

Windows 7 Libraries

Power Pack 3 Beta will add Music, Photos and Videos shared folders on the home server to Windows 7 Libraries making the content available for applications such as Windows Explorer, Windows Media Center, Windows Media Player and other applications that use Windows 7 Libraries. This allows users to quickly access all their content in one organized place that is always available, searchable and expandable. Users can also search a specific library without having to know where the files are stored.

Windows 7 Libraries

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Windows Home Server content is automatically added to Windows 7 Libraries after installing the Windows Media Center Connector software.

Windows 7 Jump List

Windows 7 – Windows Explorer Jump List – Music Library
Users access the libraries through Jump Lists by simply selecting Music, Videos or Photos. All content is accessible from one organized location.

Windows Search

Windows Search 4 has been included with Power Pack 3 Beta to improve query search times, indexing times and reliability. If users are searching across multiple computers, extended remote discovery increases the efficiency of searching across all document libraries. Files encrypted with Encrypting File System (EFS) are now supported with search.

The image below is an example of searching across a music library where files are located in multiple places: the home computer Music folder, the home computer Public Music folder, and the home server Music shared folder. Users can add other locations to Windows 7 Libraries.

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Windows 7 – Libraries – Music – Searching for Aerosmith music content on the home server
Searching for content in the library folder will not only search the home computer but also search the home server.

Power Pack 3 Beta makes Windows Home Server compatible with netbook computers that have small screen sizes and low resolution. A home server makes a great storage and backup solution for ultra-portable computers.

Windows Media Center Enhancements

Last March, Power Pack 2 added functionality that allowed Windows Media Center and Media Center Extenders to easily access the content on a home server. Power Pack 3 Beta builds on this functionality. When the Windows Home Server Connector software is installed or updated on a Windows Media Center computer, the next time a user starts Windows Media Center they will be prompted to install the Windows Media Center Connector. Users will notice a new Home Server selection in Windows Media Center menu.

Windows Media Center
Windows Media Center view – Home Server

TV Archiving

The TV Archive tile in Windows Media Center will give users the option to move recorded TV content to the home server in a variety of resolutions. The recorded TV shows are archived in the correct resolution for the type of device that will be used for playback. TV Archive is optimized for Windows Media Center computers, Windows Mobile-based phones, and the Zune player, however, any device capable of playing WMV files can take advantage of this feature.

· TV – Original Resolution

· Windows Mobile – 320 x 240, 500 Kbps, .WMV

· Zune – 640 x 480, 1500 Kbps, .WMV

Users can select individual TV shows, a series of shows, or all TV recordings to automatically be moved to the home server. Because Windows Home Server storage space can be easily expanded, users can keep all the TV shows that they want in their collection.

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Windows Media Center view – Home Server – TV Archive view

Console Quick View

Console Quick View allows users to see statistics about the home server through Windows Media Center and Windows Media Center Extenders. This is a convenient way to view many aspects of the home server without needing to access the Windows Home Server Console. This feature allows users to view and monitor a number of home server indicators:

· Storage – Pie chart listing the percentage allocation of the home server storage

· Drives – List, size and health of hard drives installed on the home server

· Backup – List of computers being backed up and their current backup status

· Shared Folders – List of Shared Folders by name with health status and duplication status

· Media Counters – Count of music, photos, videos and recorded TV files on the home server

· Health – Health of the entire home network

· Home Server – System information of the home server’s hardware and manufacturer info

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Windows Media Center view – Home Server – Console View

Timing of the Power Pack 3 final release has not been determined. With your help to test the Beta, we hope to release the update prior to the Windows 7 General Availability date of October 22.  Power Pack 3 will be a free update to existing Windows Home Server users via Windows Update. Thanks for your support!

– The Windows Home Server Team

Windows Home Server will be at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in New Orleans

July 8th, 2009 No comments

clip_image002It’s summer, so it’s time for the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC).  During this annual event, Microsoft and the Windows Server Solutions Group share strategies and visions for addressing the challenging economy, saving customers money, and helping partners and customers compete confidently. Senior leader keynotes include Steve Ballmer (Chief Executive clip_image004Officer) , Stephen Elop (President, Microsoft Business Division), Kevin Turner (Chief Operating Officer), Allison Watson (Corporate Vice President, Worldwide Partner Group), Bob Muglia (President, Server & Tools Division), Bob Kelly (Corporate Vice President, Server & Tools) and many other executives who will share their vision for the company and its partners.


The Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference held July 13–16 in New Orleans, is an annual gathering where Microsoft Corp.’s partner community will network and build connections, share best practices, and learn new skills and techniques. 


If you are attending WPC, this is your chance to learn about all the Windows Server options for Small & Medium Businesses by attending our session CI003 Windows Server Portfolio for SMB: Which Server Is Best for Your Customer (and You!) on Monday afternoon at 3:30-4:30 in Room 255-257.


Also come by our Exposition Hall booth # 621 and you can enter to win one of clip_image0056 HP MediaSmart Server EX485 (ERP $599) Windows Home Servers and attend one of our two booth theater sessions.  The Windows Server for SMB booth theater sessions are Windows Essential Business Server 2008 and the free IT Network Health Scanner for SMB on July 16th from 12:30 – 12:50PM and the Windows SBS and Windows Home Server Client Backup on July 16th from 2:30 to 2:50PM. Simply drop your business card into the fishbowl on your way in the door or at the booth and we will choose one winner per day at the booth and one winner at each session. Sorry this Sweepstakes is only for event attendees, you must be present to enter.


Hopefully we’ll get to see many of you at WPC this year. The best part of this conference is the time we spend with our partners and we are looking forward to meeting with as many of you as we can. Please use the WPC Connect to create a meeting request to request a specific meeting or simply drop by the booth to meet the Windows Server for SMB team including: Dean Paron, Eric Watson, Eric Kidd, Russ Madlener, Nick King, Leslie McGuire, Katharine Pike, Becky Lymberis, Vikram Ghosh, Cecile Charlot, Jonas Svensson, Kannan Iyer, Murali Sangubhatia, Sean Daniel, Lingan Satkunanathan, Cassie Hicks, Eduardo Melo, Brijesh Ramachandran, David Fabritius, Moira Whidby and Brent Reeser.


For those of you who are unable to join us in New Orleans next week, we’ve created new social networking assets so feel free to follow WPC virtually on our team blog, Facebook or Twitter.

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Windows Home Server – Imaginations are unleashed with the Add-in Idea Challenge

May 22nd, 2009 No comments

Earlier this month, Terry Walsh at We Got Served announced the launch of a new Windows Home Server add-in competition.  Announcing the Windows Home Server Add-In Idea Challenge ‘09!


With an interesting format, this competition should attract the attention of a broad group of Windows Home Server enthusiasts.  As opposed to actually developing the Windows Home Server add-ins, We Got Served is simply looking for the best ideas.


Excerpt from blog post… “You don’t have to be a developer or technically minded to enter. All you need is your creativity and imagination to come up with the best idea for a future Windows Home Server add-in, which will then be coded up and released to the community for all to share.”


There is still some time left to submit your ideas!  The entry period closes on May 31st, and voting will commence in June.  Developer Felix Kollmann (author of Router Control) will turn your idea into reality.


The Windows Home Server team anticipates seeing some terrific ideas from this community-led challenge.  The winners may be featured in stories on the Windows Home Server Community web page.  We showcase some of the most popular add-ins every month on the Windows Home Server add-ins page and your idea for an add-in may join the ranks of over 100 Windows Home Server add-ins available.  For a comprehensive list, visit Home Server plus


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Pictured: “Hall of Fame” winner of the Code2Fame contest, Andrew Grant’s Whiist.


If you need any added encouragement, here it is!  Microsoft was asked to contribute some prizes for the contest… and believe me, they are awesome!


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– Steven

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See NAP at TechEd 2009

May 12th, 2009 No comments

Hey NAP Fans!


If you are attending TechEd 2009 in Los Angeles this week, be sure to stop by the NAP booth in the Microsoft Technical Learning Center (TLC).  It is a great opportunity to meet and speak with NAP team members and learn about some of the enhancements and new scenarios in Windows® 7 and Windows® Server 2008 R2. 


Also there are at least two breakout sessions that would be useful for anyone interested in learning more about NAP deployments.   Both are on Friday May 15th:


WSV206 Windows Clients and Windows Server 2008 NAP: Why They Are Better Together


Presenter: Jay Ferron


Fri 5/15 | 9:00 AM-10:15 AM | Room 502A


 


WSV305 Deploying NAP: Best Practices and Lessons Learned


Presenters: Venkatesh Gopalakrishnan, Lambert Green


Fri 5/15 | 2:45 PM-4:00 PM | Room 403B


 


Hope to see you there,


The NAP Team

See NAP at TechEd 2009

May 12th, 2009 Comments off

Hey NAP Fans!


If you are attending TechEd 2009 in Los Angeles this week, be sure to stop by the NAP booth in the Microsoft Technical Learning Center (TLC).  It is a great opportunity to meet and speak with NAP team members and learn about some of the enhancements and new scenarios in Windows® 7 and Windows® Server 2008 R2. 


Also there are at least two breakout sessions that would be useful for anyone interested in learning more about NAP deployments.   Both are on Friday May 15th:


WSV206 Windows Clients and Windows Server 2008 NAP: Why They Are Better Together


Presenter: Jay Ferron


Fri 5/15 | 9:00 AM-10:15 AM | Room 502A


 


WSV305 Deploying NAP: Best Practices and Lessons Learned


Presenters: Venkatesh Gopalakrishnan, Lambert Green


Fri 5/15 | 2:45 PM-4:00 PM | Room 403B


 


Hope to see you there,


The NAP Team

See NAP at TechEd 2009

May 12th, 2009 No comments

Hey NAP Fans!


If you are attending TechEd 2009 in Los Angeles this week, be sure to stop by the NAP booth in the Microsoft Technical Learning Center (TLC).  It is a great opportunity to meet and speak with NAP team members and learn about some of the enhancements and new scenarios in Windows® 7 and Windows® Server 2008 R2. 


Also there are at least two breakout sessions that would be useful for anyone interested in learning more about NAP deployments.   Both are on Friday May 15th:


WSV206 Windows Clients and Windows Server 2008 NAP: Why They Are Better Together


Presenter: Jay Ferron


Fri 5/15 | 9:00 AM-10:15 AM | Room 502A


 


WSV305 Deploying NAP: Best Practices and Lessons Learned


Presenters: Venkatesh Gopalakrishnan, Lambert Green


Fri 5/15 | 2:45 PM-4:00 PM | Room 403B


 


Hope to see you there,


The NAP Team

See NAP at TechEd 2009

May 12th, 2009 No comments

Hey NAP Fans!


If you are attending TechEd 2009 in Los Angeles this week, be sure to stop by the NAP booth in the Microsoft Technical Learning Center (TLC).  It is a great opportunity to meet and speak with NAP team members and learn about some of the enhancements and new scenarios in Windows® 7 and Windows® Server 2008 R2. 


Also there are at least two breakout sessions that would be useful for anyone interested in learning more about NAP deployments.   Both are on Friday May 15th:


WSV206 Windows Clients and Windows Server 2008 NAP: Why They Are Better Together


Presenter: Jay Ferron


Fri 5/15 | 9:00 AM-10:15 AM | Room 502A


 


WSV305 Deploying NAP: Best Practices and Lessons Learned


Presenters: Venkatesh Gopalakrishnan, Lambert Green


Fri 5/15 | 2:45 PM-4:00 PM | Room 403B


 


Hope to see you there,


The NAP Team

See NAP at TechEd 2009

May 12th, 2009 No comments

Hey NAP Fans!


If you are attending TechEd 2009 in Los Angeles this week, be sure to stop by the NAP booth in the Microsoft Technical Learning Center (TLC).  It is a great opportunity to meet and speak with NAP team members and learn about some of the enhancements and new scenarios in Windows® 7 and Windows® Server 2008 R2. 


Also there are at least two breakout sessions that would be useful for anyone interested in learning more about NAP deployments.   Both are on Friday May 15th:


WSV206 Windows Clients and Windows Server 2008 NAP: Why They Are Better Together


Presenter: Jay Ferron


Fri 5/15 | 9:00 AM-10:15 AM | Room 502A


 


WSV305 Deploying NAP: Best Practices and Lessons Learned


Presenters: Venkatesh Gopalakrishnan, Lambert Green


Fri 5/15 | 2:45 PM-4:00 PM | Room 403B


 


Hope to see you there,


The NAP Team

See NAP at TechEd 2009

May 11th, 2009 No comments

Hey NAP Fans!

If you are attending TechEd 2009 in Los Angeles this week, be sure to stop by the NAP booth in the Microsoft Technical Learning Center (TLC).  It is a great opportunity to meet and speak with NAP team members and learn about some of the enhancements and new scenarios in Windows® 7 and Windows® Server 2008 R2. 

Also there are at least two breakout sessions that would be useful for anyone interested in learning more about NAP deployments.   Both are on Friday May 15th:

WSV206 Windows Clients and Windows Server 2008 NAP: Why They Are Better Together

Presenter: Jay Ferron

Fri 5/15 | 9:00 AM-10:15 AM | Room 502A

 

WSV305 Deploying NAP: Best Practices and Lessons Learned

Presenters: Venkatesh Gopalakrishnan, Lambert Green

Fri 5/15 | 2:45 PM-4:00 PM | Room 403B

 

Hope to see you there,

The NAP Team

Running the Windows Home Server Console on a MAC

April 30th, 2009 No comments

One of the developers on the Windows Home Server team, Gautam, was goofing around on a Mac during his off hours and put together this awesome set of instructions and screenshots for running the Windows Home Server Console on a Mac. 

This article describes how to configure your Mac to be able to get the Home Server Console on it. You will need to Download and Install Remote Desktop Connection Client for Mac.

If you already have it installed, you can skip to Configure it to Connect to your Windows Home Server Console

Download and Install Remote Desktop Connection Client for Mac

1. On your Mac, go to the Remote Desktop Connection Client for Mac website [microsoft.com].

2. Click on Download Remote Desktop Connection Client 2.

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3. On the bottom right side of the page, in the Details section, scroll all the way down.

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4. Click on your preferred language to start the download.

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5. Once the file downloads, the Remote Desktop Connection Wizard should open up. Step through the wizard.

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6. Eject the Remote Desktop Connection by right clicking on the icon on your desktop.

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7. Great! Now you are ready to configure the Remote Desktop Connection Client to connect to your Home Server.

Configure the Remote Desktop Connection Client 2 for Mac to connect to the Windows Home Server Console

1. Open Finder. Click Applications in left menu. Click Remote Desktop Connection.

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2. Type in the name of your Home Server.

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3. In the File menu, click on Save As. Save your file. It’s easiest to save it on the Desktop.

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4. Go back to the File menu and click on Edit Connection. Select the file you saved in the last step.

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5. In the Login tab type –

a. User name: Administrator

b. Password: Your home server password.

c. Domain: Name of your home server.

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6. In the Display tab, change the Colors to Millions.

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7. In the Applications tab, make sure Start only the following Windows-based application when you log in to the remote computer is checked and type the following for Application path and file name: C:\Program Files\Windows Home Server\HomeServerConsole.exe /b

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8. In the Security tab, select Always connect, even if authentication fails.

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9. In the File menu, click on Save.

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10. Now, right click on your recently saved file, click Open With, click Other…, scroll down and select TextEdit. Click on Open.

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11. Change the number below DesktopHeight to 675 and number below DesktopWidth to 992.

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12. Save the file and close it.

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13. Now, click on the file you just saved to connect to the home server!
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14. If you are unable to connect try connecting using your IP address of the home server.
To find your home server’s IP address, log on to the console from another computer. Go to Settings, Remote Access, Router Details

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Open the file like in the above step and change the connection string to the IP address. For most of you it should be something like 192.XXX.X.XXX

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Windows Home Server MVPs – April 2009

The Windows Home Server team is excited to have 2 new MVPs added to our MVP family.  Please join me in welcoming our latest additions:



I look forward to their continued contributions to the Windows Home Server Community.


-Jonas

Windows Home Server Website Updated

March 25th, 2009 No comments

Possibly lost among the frenzy of the Power Pack 2 release, and the addition of Windows Home Server software to MSDN, was the update today of our very own product website. While clearly not a complete overhaul, we think it’s improved in a couple of key ways:

  • A simpler and more contemporary layout
  • Snappy scrolling graphics that feature direct links to popular pages on the site
  • Redesigned links to Free Eval and Demo pages
  • Added a few more Windows Home Server add-ins to our growing ‘featured list’ page. (Be sure to let us know if you want yours added too 😉

We encourage you to come check it out and let us know what you think. 

Here’s a quick link right to our top page:  www.microsoft.com/windowshomeserver, as well as a snapshot of what it now looks like. 

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Enjoy!

MP

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TechNet online chat for NAP and NPS is this Thursday, March 26th at 1:00 PM PST!

March 24th, 2009 No comments

Heads up NAP and NPS fans!


This Thursday continues our series of online chats on Technet. Here is the description:


Microsoft’s Network Access Protection (NAP) with Network Policy Server (NPS) Open Forum
Join the NAP and NPS experts for a live chat session. Use this time to ask questions about the NAP platform or NPS and provide your feedback and thoughts on the product. This is your chance to speak directly with the experts. You can learn more at http://www.microsoft.com/nap.


March 26, 2009
1:00 – 2:00 P.M. Pacific Time 


You can join the chat from http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/cc719754.aspx.


Hope to see you there!


 


NAP Product Team

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TechNet online chat for NAP and NPS is this Thursday, March 26th at 1:00 PM PST!

March 24th, 2009 No comments

Heads up NAP and NPS fans!


This Thursday continues our series of online chats on Technet. Here is the description:


Microsoft’s Network Access Protection (NAP) with Network Policy Server (NPS) Open Forum
Join the NAP and NPS experts for a live chat session. Use this time to ask questions about the NAP platform or NPS and provide your feedback and thoughts on the product. This is your chance to speak directly with the experts. You can learn more at http://www.microsoft.com/nap.


March 26, 2009
1:00 – 2:00 P.M. Pacific Time 


You can join the chat from http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/cc719754.aspx.


Hope to see you there!


 


NAP Product Team

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TechNet online chat for NAP and NPS is this Thursday, March 26th at 1:00 PM PST!

March 24th, 2009 No comments

Heads up NAP and NPS fans!


This Thursday continues our series of online chats on Technet. Here is the description:


Microsoft’s Network Access Protection (NAP) with Network Policy Server (NPS) Open Forum
Join the NAP and NPS experts for a live chat session. Use this time to ask questions about the NAP platform or NPS and provide your feedback and thoughts on the product. This is your chance to speak directly with the experts. You can learn more at http://www.microsoft.com/nap.


March 26, 2009
1:00 – 2:00 P.M. Pacific Time 


You can join the chat from http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/cc719754.aspx.


Hope to see you there!


 


NAP Product Team

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TechNet online chat for NAP and NPS is this Thursday, March 26th at 1:00 PM PST!

March 24th, 2009 Comments off

Heads up NAP and NPS fans!


This Thursday continues our series of online chats on Technet. Here is the description:


Microsoft’s Network Access Protection (NAP) with Network Policy Server (NPS) Open Forum
Join the NAP and NPS experts for a live chat session. Use this time to ask questions about the NAP platform or NPS and provide your feedback and thoughts on the product. This is your chance to speak directly with the experts. You can learn more at http://www.microsoft.com/nap.


March 26, 2009
1:00 – 2:00 P.M. Pacific Time 


You can join the chat from http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/cc719754.aspx.


Hope to see you there!


 


NAP Product Team

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