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Microsoft® Windows® Home Server 2011 Unleashed, Third Edition by Paul McFedries

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Chapter 3. Adding Devices to the Windows Home Server Network

A network consisting of just a single Windows Home Server box isn’t much of a “network;” it goes without saying. To make things interesting, you need to add one or more devices to the network. By “devices,” I mean other computers, first and foremost. As you’ll see, Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP machines can participate in the full extent of the Windows Home Server experience by accessing the Windows Home Server ...

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