Using Windows 10 as a Server at Home or in a Small Business from CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
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New! 2nd Edition updated December 2015 with additional and improved sections based on user feedback. This guide describes how to setup a home or small business network using a file server based around Windows 10. Windows 10 is a great choice in such environments as it offers the everyday ease and convenience of Windows, but without the additional cost and complexity of Windows Server or the unfamiliarity of Network Attached Storage (NAS) boxes. This guide is concise but authoritative, based around techniques that work in the real world and written in a friendly and understandable style, accompanied with plenty of illustrations and screenshots. It is aimed at the home, home office or small business user who has some knowledge and experience but who would not necessarily consider themselves to be an expert or enthusiast. Chapter 1 â€“ Getting Started â€“ describes the benefits of networking, makes the case for using Windows 10 as a server and covers hardware, software and infrastructure considerations. Chapter 2 covers the detailed installation of Windows 10 and the necessary settings for successful networking. Chapters 3 and 4 describe how to setup users and create shared folders, whilst Chapter 5 reviews the different methods for accessing the server from connected computers. Chapter 6 discusses multimedia and streaming â€“ a common use for a home network. Chapters 7 and 8 look at cloud services and what is involved in using iPads and other portable devices. Chapter 9 is concerned with the important topic of backups. Chapter 10 looks at what is involved in keeping the server in a healthy state and Chapter 11 describes how to access it remotely.