Posted 21 February 2013 - 00:44
DISCLAIMER: I have no idea what I'm doing and quite possibly, shouldn't be doing it.
Ex. 1: If I'm on the west coast and need to update a file using a program that's only installed on my home computer on the east coast, I want to be able to remote to the computer so I can my work done.
Ex. 2: I have an external hard drive attached to the computer in my home office that I want to access from my smart tv so I can watch movies.
Ex. 3: I would like for all of my devices to be able to access the information on the others (2 desktops, 1 laptop, 1 tablet, & 1 smart tv).
I do NOT like virtual storage/cloud.
I do like security. I'm big on security.
I really do want to learn how to install, setup, configure, & use Server 2012 effectively, so if I can do all of the above with it, please let me know. If not, please advise what I'd be better off doing.
Yes, I DO already have Server 2012.
I know I'm asking a million questions, but here's one more: If I have no intentions of using virtual storage, is it safe to assume I won't need Hyper-V?