Chapter 2. Installing Windows Home Server


Given the main Windows Home Server target market—homes with multiple PCs lashed together in a simple network with a broadband Internet connection on the side, run by the nongeek Peter persona that I told you about in Chapter 1, “Understanding Windows Home Server”—it will come as no surprise that most Windows Home Server households won’t have to install the OS. That’s because the Peters of the world will purchase Windows Home Server as part of a turnkey hardware system that comes with Windows Home Server already installed (or mostly installed, where the setup consists of answering a few questions). ...

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