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Phill Kershaw

Linux on a HP MediaSmart Server

If you have a HP MediaSmart EX490 lying around, then have you thought about installing Linux on it, such as Debian or Ubuntu? Phil Kershaw has an article from May 2012 where his notes may help you, if this is an area you would like to explore on a MediaSmart Server. You can find Phil’s […]

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Using Two Servers with Server Folders in WS2012e

Using Two Servers with Server Folders

More than one server hosting WS2012 Essentials at your location? If so you can create and manage a server folder on a second server within the same network, and allow the end user to access the share with one SMB path form, for example, \\Contoso\Shared Folders\folder1 or \\Contoso\Shared Folders\folder2 etc. If this is of interest […]

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Data Protection in your Business Using WS2012 R2 Essentials

Data Protection in your Business Using WS2012 R2 Essentials

"Data protection in small and midsize businesses" is a guide from Microsoft for small and midsize businesses that are looking for a reliable way to protect business data, the ability to store data in a central location, and a way to provide secure access to their data. This guide focus’s on Windows Server 2012 R2 […]

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Move from WHS2011 to WS2012 R2 Essentials

Move from WHS2011 to WS2012 R2 Essentials

PcDoc from The Doc’s World blog explains how to move from WHS2011 to Windows Server 2012 Essentials R2. From your existing WHS201 install to your new WS2012 R2 Essentials install we are told how to backup and migrate to the new OS including how to re-populate your data and the other additional server tasks which […]

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HP Gen8 MicroServer System Board Removal

John Stutsman has a video on the HP ProLiant Gen8 MicroServer where he shows us the easy way of taking out the System Board:

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Create a Service Integration add-in for WS Essentials Experience

Create a Service Integration add-in for WS Essentials Experience

If you would like to know how to create a service integration add-in for Windows Server Essentials Experience then the Windows Server Essentials and Small Business Server Blog could have the answer for you. The article explains how to create a get started and a Dashboard tab, and then goes on to explain how to […]

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Change the Public Domain Name Linked to the WS2012 R2 Essentials

Change the Public Domain Name Linked to the WS2012 R2 Essentials

If you wish to change the public domain name linked to the Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials server you can rerun rerun the Access Anywhere Wizard from the HOME tab on the Dashboard or you can rerun the Set Up Your Domain Name wizard from the Settings page. From here you can either release or […]

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Manage More than One User Simultaneously in WS2012 R2 Essentials

Manage More than One User Simultaneously in WS2012 R2 Essentials

Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials now allows you to manage more than one user simultaneously by grouping users together into a user group or distribution group by using the dashboard. the The Windows Server Essentials and Small Business Server Blog takes up the story and explains to us how to accomplish this, which you can […]

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What's New for Backup in WS2012R2 Essentials

What’s New for Backup in WS2012R2 Essentials

Protecting data on the server and on the clients is an article available on the Windows Server Essentials and Small Business Server Blog for users of Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials. The article looks at what’s new in both Windows Azure Backup integration, and Client Computer Backup as well as File History too. You can […]

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Installing and configuring the Personal File Sync client

Installing and configuring the Personal File Sync client

This is the fifth article of this series on using the Personal Online Storage Host (POSH). Previous articles provided an overview of the Personal Online Storage Host service, Archive Manager backup software, Explorer file-sync add-in as well as configuring your server for web hosting. This article assumes you have your server configured for web hosting […]

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