Manage Windows Home Server

With everything installed, you can now start personalizing Windows Home Server. You’ll need to create user accounts for everyone on your network and familiarize yourself with the shared folders on the new server. You’ll also want to browse the options in the Windows Home Server Console, where you can view computers and backups, server storage, the health of the network, and more.

User Accounts

User accounts let Windows Home Server know that it’s all right for the people on your network to access the shared folders on the new server. Without a user account configured on the server itself, users won’t be able to access the shared data on it.

To add a user account, follow these steps:

  1. From any networked computer with Windows ...

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