Category: Windows Home Server

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Whiist – Website Management Add-In for Windows Home Server

Andrew Grant has made a free Windows Home Server Add-In that allows management of websites and links on your home server. Once installed Whiist adds Website Management options to your Windows Home Server Console, allowing you to easily create new links or websites in a few simple steps. It Features: Create new websites on your home server in a […]

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ERROR The terminal server has exceeded the maximum number of allowed connections

ERROR The terminal server has exceeded the maximum number of allowed connections

When a user establishes a Remote Desktop connection to the WHS this connection will remain active until the user selects “Log Off” from the Start Menu. If a user simply closes the remote desktop window when they’re finished, that username will still remain logged on. The software running on the WHS to facilitate the Remote […]

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Remote Web Access

When accessing the Server after logging into the web interface (”Remote Access to Windows Home Server Console”, then “Connect to your Home Server”), you only get the Windows Home Server Console, and not the full Home Server Desktop. The good news is that this can be easily changed. On the server, open C:\Inetpub\Remote\rdpload.aspx in Notepad […]

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Using WHS as a print server

Connect your printers to WHS itself.  By doing this, your other connected client PCs will be able to print if you’re “main” PC is off or inaccessible.  That is one of the benefits of installing your printers onto WHS, using it as a print server. If WHS does not find the driver automatically try downloading […]