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PostPosted: Tue Jan 22, 2008 12:20 pm 
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The following links are to the Microsoft Technical Briefs Available for Windows Home Server.

Technical Brief for Windows Home Server Media Sharing

Technical Brief for Home Networking

Technical Brief for Remote Access

Technical Brief for Home Computer Backup and Restore

Windows Home Server Technical Brief for User Accounts and Shared Folders


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Technical briefs on key functional areas for Windows Home Server - recommended reading:

Remote Access
Media Sharing
Drive Extender
Home Computer Backup
Home Networking

Links to all these can be found here:

http://www.mediasmarthome.com/forum/thr ... al-Briefs/

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A new brief is available, Windows Home Server Technical Brief for User Accounts and Shared Folders

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Cougar wrote:


It's also in docx format.


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Yay Microsoft. I noticed that contrary to the wording on the page with various tech articles, they are now all DOCX instead of PDF. Thanks a lot. And no way EVER will I use Office 2k7, that UI is MESSED UP. Yeah I know I can get the converter for Office 2k3...
I figure in the long run it won't fly, the entire rest of the world has settled on PDF - even for things that SHOULDN'T be in PDF format - this stuff with embedded movies and so forth is just dumb. Of course I am one who beleives HTML has been stretched WAY beyond what it was SUPPOSED to be for - they shoudl have developed some new standards for more graphical content rather than try to make HTML be the end-all ultimate format. <insert soapbox smiley here>


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Cougar wrote:

Hi Cougar,
I have heard a lot about you but have not had the pleasure (I don't think) of posting with you before. :)

I was trying to use these links yesterday to pass on to a new forum member thinking about getting and MSS. Unfortantly, it appears he may have decided to get another NAS/RAID device instead, I guess. Anyway, none of the links are working for me. Is that just me or do you find he same problem?

I found this link that seems to be working:
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/products/winfamily/windowshomeserver/support.mspx

Do you think it might be useful to use this link in your pinned post instead?

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Thanks; I've been lurking for the past few weeks. Busy with updating the Wiki so I've left the forums in the hands of the other Mods.

I've updated all the links above, thanks for spotting that.

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Glad you are working on the Wiki. Thanks for updating the link.

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