How To's & Guides Windows Home Server 2011 AWIECO RemoteLauncher - Video Edition

Windows Home Server 2011 AWIECO RemoteLauncher – Video Edition


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AWIECO is the first company to release an Add-In for Windows Home Server 2011. I had a chance to install it over the weekend and it works great. This useful Add-In allows you to manage your WHS 2011 or SBS remotely by enabling more administrative functionality. Check out the short video and article to find out more!

AWIECO RemoteLauncher

The AWIECO RemoteLauncher Add-In for Windows Home Server 2011 is a great way to access applications on your server. The RemoteLauncher is a must have for anyone who manages their server.

AWIECO RemoteLauncher

AWIECO RemoteLauncher

AWIECO RemoteLauncher for Small Business Server 2011 Essentials and Windows Home Server 2011 is a great tool for accessing more applications on your server. With the RemoteLauncher Add-In you can access:

  • Explorer
  • Commandline
  • Task Manager
  • Event Viewer
  • Services
  • Control Panel
  • Computer Manager
  • Device Manager
  • Registry Editor
  • Server Manager

Download RemoteLauncher

If you need other tools and applications to run in the Dashboard, you can add them by right mouse clicking on the file.

AWIECO RemoteLauncher

As always, Add-Ins can be monitored and removed from the Add-Ins section of the Dashboard.

AWIECO RemoteLauncher

Windows Home Server 2011 AWIECO RemoteLauncher

Windows Home Server 2011 Release Candidate

You can download Windows Home Server 2011 at:

Download WHS 2011

Windows Home Server 2011

The installation of Windows Home Server 2011 has only a few basic requirements.

Windows Home Server 2011 is a 64-bit only operating system.

You can install the server software either manually or unattended.

System Requirements

  • 1.4 GHz x64 processor
  • 2 GB RAM
  • At least one 160 GB (or larger) hard drive
  • NTFS is the only supported file system

Supported networking configuration:

  1. Your server computer must be connected to a router via a network cable
  2. Windows Home Server works best with a UPnP certified device, but it is not required
  3. The router works best in the 192.168.x.x subnet, but it is not required

Try Windows Home Server 2011 and download from Connect today!

Timothy Daleo
Timothy Daleo is a Project Resource Analyst and Oracle Applications Trainer in Pasadena, California. In addition to financial analysis, Tim has been developing training materials since 2003 and supporting direct projects through various auxiliary databases since 2005.



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