- Installing Windows Home Server Connector on the Client Computers
- Rediscovering the Windows Home Server
- Adding a Windows 98 Client to the Network
- Using a Mac on Your Windows Home Server Network
- Using a Linux Client on Your Windows Home Server Network
- Connecting Other Devices to the Windows Home Server Network
- From Here
This chapter is from the book
- To learn how to add a user to Windows Home Server, see "Adding the User Account," p. 81.
- For the details on getting your client and server user account passwords in synch, see "Synchronizing the Client and Windows Home Server Passwords," p. 84.
- For the details on setting up a new share in Windows Home Server, see "Creating a New Shared Folder," p. 193.
- To learn how to get a computer set up for Remote Desktop connections, see "Getting the Client Computer Ready," p. 229.
- For the details on connecting via Remote Desktop, see "Connecting via Remote Desktop Connection," p. 228.
- For a complete look at the various Remote Desktop Connection options, see "Making the Connection to the Remote Desktop," p. 230.
- For the details on the Registry and using the Registry Editor, see Chapter 20, "Working with the Windows Home Server Registry," p. 577.