19 กุมภาพันธ์ 2550 17:28
I'm new to the beta 2. I haven't even requested a product key yet. I read some articles and watched the product manager's video interview. It all sounds great. The disk storage/backup technology sounds really cool.
Can I set this thing up as a multi-holmed NAT/Firewall? Can I use it as a Proxy Server, (install ISA Server on it)? Can I run it behind a proxy server? How about outside of one?
In other words, is it Server 2003 with some really cool additional features and user friendly interface? In the video interview the product manager did, (I'm sorry I'm unable to recall his name right now), he mentioned that "not all" of the features of Server 2003 are there. Which ones?
It would be helpful to know enough to determine which box to load it onto, and which box to plug it into.
Is it really meant to be an internal network device that uses UPnP to provide the remote access, or should it be out on the perimeter?
19 กุมภาพันธ์ 2550 17:41ผู้ดูแล
Windows Home Server is meant to be behind a firewall/NAT router. It is not ment to be on the perimeter. There are people who have enabled the features you are talking about but support wise Windows Home Server does not work as a proxy server, ISA server or NAT/Firewall.
You can try enabling those features, but it will not be supported.