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help me please please.want to create my own server

by skeletal07050 / June 7, 2007 11:02 AM PDT

hi everybody, i'm a computer IT. i want to create my own server at my house for me and my friends and also i got 3 computers 2 desktops and one laptop i want to be able to acces them when i'm away from my house becaue they told me at my job i need a server if i need to use pcanywhere so i could help them if they need program or else. can someone please, pleae help me and tell me what do i need to start. please please help me. please please help me .

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Re: a server ...
by Kees Bakker / June 7, 2007 5:36 PM PDT

is just a box with the right operating system (like Windows 2003 server edition or Linux or Novell) and the right application software (depends on what it has to offer, a mail server will run other software than a database server or a print server) in a network. So that's what you need: box, OS and security software, server software, network connection. And, of course, enough knowledge to get everything connected and working. And that seems to be something you're missing at the moment, frankly speaking.

No IT manager with any sense at all will require his employees to use home servers for the companies need. Everything he needs should be on company managed servers, safely stored in a company room or in a professional data center. So that's a part of the story that I don't believe.

And surely you don't need a server to run pcAnywhere. That must be a misunderstanding. Here's some info on the program: http://www.pugh.co.uk/Products/symantec/pcanywhere-12.htm

Hope this helps.


Kees

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Cross post.
by Kees Bakker / June 7, 2007 5:43 PM PDT
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