New and Updated Windows Home Server information

There is some new content available that some of you may find interesting.  The first of a series of Technical Briefs has been published, and a troubleshooting document to help people get the Windows Home Server Connector installed and configured on their home computers is now available.  Additionally, the Windows Home Server Reviewer's Guide has been updated with a little additional information, the new document version is 1.0a

More Technical Briefs are in the works, and there are also a growing number of Knowledge Base articles for Windows Home Server


Comments (3)

  1. Anonymous says:

    Come on, you can be honest, just between you and me… does it kill you just a little inside that Vista Home Premium users can’t enjoy the remote computer experience?  Do you at least privately rant amoung the group that disabling Remote Desktop in what is probably the most bought SKU of Vista was a bad business decision?

  2. Anonymous says:

    @monocular – are you saying that I’m better of using win xp media center 2005 than Vista Home Premium if I want to use Remote Desktop? That’s a shame, it’s really usefull to be able to use Remote Desktop with my media center as I do not have keyboard and mouse available in my living room. Weird that MS would remove something like this from Vista Media Center.

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