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Welcome everyone!

I hope that you’ll be able to utilize some of my Networking Tutorials and find them useful. Please feel free to visit or subscribe to my Tutorials so that you may receive updates.

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On July 9th, 2014 a dear friend – Gary Britton, also a Blog Contributor to this site passed away. My sincere condolences to his family, you will be remembered in my heart Gary.

3 thoughts on “Welcome!

  1. Dear Madam,

    I am new or you may say a beginner to the windows server environment. I have installed Windows SBS 2011 Standard on a Dell PowerEdge T110 II having 500 GB HDD with RAID.

    I wish to know how do I set it up. My requirement is not complicated as our office is small and we have only 15 desktops plus this new server. I want to connect the users to the server.

    I want to transfer all the users data (files, folders etc.) to the server and from the moment I transfer I want to ensure (force) that the user always saves his or her data or create folders only on the server. This I want to do in order to make the user data available to him to work on in a situation where his or her desktop suffers a hardware failure and he or she can log on to the server with their credentials and can continue working from another standby desktop.

    Currently the users save all their data in a Single Master Folder on the D drive of their desktop and it is this folder that I want to transfer to the server and force the user to keep all their data on the server.

    Please guide me as to how can I do the above. Until now we have been working in workgroup environment but now that we have a server I want to make use of it.

    I also want to ensure that the users data is automatically backed up to their own respective desktops from the server automatically.

    Your help will prove to be immensely useful for a novice like me.

    I would also like to know if your suggestions can be used with Windows SBS 2011 Essentials.

    Thanking you,
    With Regards,

    Raghoo.

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