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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.

Installing the LX195 Windows Home Server on a Friday night

Today I am in the lovely city of Reno, Nevada for the Hot August Nights car show and to visit my sister with her dead Buffalo. While I am here I will be replacing that Buffalo NAS with a new $200 HP MediaSmart LX195 Windows Home Server.

Not reviewing the LX195 Windows Home Server on a Friday night

I just received my $199 LX195. The HP special last week was too good to pass up. There is not much to talk about. There is no reason to take it apart. I am not even going to review it. So why did I buy it?

How I bought Windows Home Server on a Friday night.

Each Friday night I write an article about some aspect of Windows Home Server. I write about Add-Ins, hardware, software, tips and even reasons to use Windows Home Server. Friday when I got home I decided I was just going to enjoy Windows Home Server and give it the night off. Well you know what I mean.

Adding a new PC using ‘control userpasswords2’ to Windows Home Server on a Friday Night

I just got my mother a new Dell laptop from Best Buy and I am going to connect it to her Windows Home Server. This usually is not a task worth mentioning but the Geek Squad at Best Buy opens the PCs they sell before you get them.

Replacing my neighbors hard drive WITHOUT Windows Home Server on a Friday night

My wife and I are just about done with our garage update and I planned on doing a tie in to my final mControl article. I was about to start writing my article this Friday when my neighbor across the street asked me to take a look at his family computer.

Controlling my sprinklers with mControl and Windows Home Server on a Friday night

This week I am going to walk you through the installation of a sprinkler control module connected via mControl to my Windows Home Server.

Adding mControl to Windows Media Center with Windows Home Server on a Friday Night

It is 7:43 PM on Friday night and my living room light just turned on automatically. Since I often use Windows Media Center (WMC) throughout the house I want to access mControl in WMC. Tonight I will show you how to add the mControl Client to your Windows Media Center PC.

Adding an mControl Module to Windows Home Server on a Friday night

I am back from a couple of great week-long vacations and while I was gone Windows Home Server, with the mControl Add-In, has been watching over our home. Windows Home Server controlled two lights I connected so easily I decided to add additional modules for another light and my surround sound speakers.

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