Managing Computers and Connectivity
Updated: March 30, 2011
Applies To: Windows Home Server 2011
This topic provides quick access to procedures and other information that describe how to connect computers to the server, and how to use Windows Home Server 2011 to manage network connectivity.
Manage network connectivity
This section provides quick access to procedures and other information that help you set up router, connect your server to the network, turn on Remote Web Access, and turn on media streaming.
Connect computers to the server
You can connect your home computers to the Windows Home Server 2011 server using the Connector software. The Windows Home Server 2011 Connector software is installed when you connect your computer to the server using the Connect a Computer to the Server wizard. You can launch this wizard by typing http://<ServerName>/connect in the address bar of your web browser (where <ServerName> is the name of your server).
Prepare to connect computers to the server
This section provides information about the Connector software, the operated systems that are supported by Windows Home Server 2011, the prerequisite tasks that must be completed for successfully connecting your computers to the server, and the changes that the server makes to the computer when you run the Connector software.
Connect computers to the server using the Connector software
This section provides access to procedures and information that will help you install the Connector software, connect your computer to the server, and troubleshoot connecting computers to the server.