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Installed a new router and Windows 7 no longer sees a network share (but I can Remote Desktop connect to it). What gives?

I recently upgraded my router. After upgrading my router suddenly my SMB-based network shares located on a Windows Home Server box no longer work. My Windows 7 desktop machine can connect to the WHS ...
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2answers
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Enable network adapter before boot

I accidentally disabled the network adapter on my headless Windows Home Server 2011. I would hook up a monitor to it, but I've been using RDP saved credentials for a couple of years, and no longer ...
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Windows Home Server loses network

I have a Windows Home Server running on my home network and I lose the ability to connect to it on a regular basis. Sometime sit will stay connected for hours and lately the longest it has stayed ...
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1answer
395 views

Can't install network driver for Intel DZ77BH-55K for Windows Server 2003

I know now that this is a Desktop motherboard, officially not supported for Windows Server operating systems, but I would still like to get it to work. I've confirmed that the motherboard network ...
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My Windows Home Server yields nothing when I type ipconfig

Even ipconfig /all doesn't yield anything. Does this mean the on-board ethernet is fried? (Oh, and this is WHS 2008 SP2.)
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HP MediaSmart EX485 Windows Home Server shares disappear from the network

Every couple of days our HP WHS box disappears from the network until I manually cycle its power. It's plugged into a gigabit switch, along with the rest of our computers. All it's lights are on, ...
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Connection speed drops from 1 Gbps to 10 Mbps (Vista 64)

I recently got a Windows Home Server (HP MediaSmart Server EX490) setup so I could do backups and other things. However, I am having trouble on my Vista 64 PC. The backup will be making great ...
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1answer
121 views

How to back up a Windows Home Server over the network?

One of the very few reasons I have to physically interact with my Windows Home Server is to back it up to an external hard drive, with the "Backup Server" feature. It would be more convenient to plug ...
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Why can't my Windows Home Server see the internet?

I've got an ASDL router at home, that is connected via ethernet to a wireless router. My wireless devices at home connect to my wireless network and get access the internet fine. My Windows Home ...
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Vista WHS Client stopped resolving local names

I’m running Windows Home Server PP2 in my home, with 3 client computers: two XP and one Vista. I have a router that provides my local DHCP and the server has a static IP address. The other day the ...
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No Outbound Internet on Windows Home Server

Could someone provide some steps for me to check my internet connection on my Windows Home Server? It seems to have intermittent connectivity issues and I am unsure of how to diagnose the problem ...