It’s had an amazing run, but Apple’s continued emphasis on the iPhone has claimed another victim – the first-ever web server.
Microsoft has launched a new tool out called the Web Applications Installer. This is a refined program that does the same functionality as scripts like Fantastico. Basically, you chose what web software you want to install… and the app will configure your Windows Server to run it. So, if you want to install WordPress on […]
Microsoft today announced Power Pack 1 for Windows Home Server (WHS). The term “Power Pack” is a new one for Microsoft, but the WHS team is using it for an important reason; unlike the typical Service Packs released from the company, this update adds major new features. As I reviewed the initial release of Windows […]
I’ll admit it, when I use an external drive enclosure, I tend to go cheap. That means those funky dual-USB connectors to suck power from the system, the high failure rates, and yadda yadda. If you’ve used them, you know what I’m saying. Here’s a lesson on why that’s a bad idea with Windows Home […]
If you have Windows Home Server, you know that backing the server itself up is a pain. But, hey, it’s a feature… not a bug : ) SyncToy has turned version 2.0, and this release finally brings the MS PowerToy up to its true potential. The tool allows for incremental syncs with endless configuration options. […]
As much as I like Back to My Mac, despite its security hurdles that users must jump through… it has one thing that prevents me from using it. Ports! Back to My Mac uses standard ports, ports for SSL and IPSec communication. Problem is, if you already have those ports routed, you cannot use the […]