My WHS box now has the latest and greatest – Windows Home Server 2011!
On WHS v1, I’ve never really had to use Remote Web Access, and didn’t bother to move past the UPnP problems my D-Link DIR-655 router had. Now that the Windows Home Server Team announced the release candidate for Windows Phone 7 Connector app, I just had to try it again.
In the process, I tried using the Dashboard wizard, but still it didn’t work, and I wasn’t surprised to see this.
The fix involves setting up the DIR-655 manually. This guide is based on the hardware version B1 and firmware 2.01NA.
Instead of using Port Forwarding, setup the ports 80, 443, and 4125 under Virtual Server.
After saving settings on the router, go back to the WHS Dashboard and run the router setup wizard again, but this time, select “Skip router setup. I want to setup up my router manually” and click “Set up my router manually.” This will also open a link to a page online, but it won’t be needed. Close it.
The step above forces the Dashboard to update, and you should be able to access your Home Server remotely using the domain name.
Note that the new WP7 Connector requires an add-in to be installed on the Home Server.Tags: Add-in, D-Link, DIR-655, How To, Microsoft, Networking, Release Candidate, Software, WHS, Windows Home Server, Windows Home Server 2011, Windows Phone 7, WP7
I received my Netduino today, and I’m sharing it to the world in 720p. For $35, it’s a great way to get back to using .NET Micro Framework.
For a limited time the Netduino comes with the micro USB cable, but you will need to get your own 7.5-12VDC power supply.Tags: .NET, .NET Micro Framework, C#, DIY, Electronics, Hardware, Netduino, Software, Visual Studio, Visual Studio 2010
The Microsoft DreamSpark website was updated to include Visual Studio 2010 Professional in place of the beta/release candidate of the Ultimate edition. Eligible students can now download it for free!Tags: DreamSpark, Microsoft, Student Deals, Visual Studio, Visual Studio 2010
It’s official. Microsoft announced that the HTC HD2 will not be upgradeable to Windows Phone 7, but recent videos and photos demonstrating otherwise may be giving would-be HD2 buyers false hope.
Arne Hess of the::unwired shows a proof-of-concept on how a video can be faked with tools available from Microsoft.
This can be done with the help of an emulator for Windows Phone 7 on a PC or Tablet and a remote desktop connection: VIDEOVIEW: Windows Phone 7 Series HTC HD2 Port Hands-on - True of Fake?Tags: Emulator, HD2, HTC, Microsoft, Mobile, Multi-Touch, Remote Desktop, Touch Screen, Windows Phone 7
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