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If you haven't seen them yet, there are now 5 technical briefs available on the Windows Home Server web site. They are:

Windows Home Server Team Blog : More tech briefs

 

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Posted Tue, Feb 5 2008 6:10 AM by David Overton

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Paul Douglas wrote re: How does Home Server do Remote Access, Media Sharing, Drive Extending (Raid without Raid), Backup of desktop machines and networking without a domain
on Thu, Feb 7 2008 10:57 AM

Thanks for the links! I have a Tranquil PC running Windows Home Server and it's fantastic. The only problem is that I can't get remote access set up automatically despite my Netgear DG834GT being uPNP and passing all the tests by the Internet Connectivity Evaluation Tool. But it does appear to be a problem with the router rather than with Windows Home Server. Hopefully this PDF will help me figure out how to get it working.

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