Microsoft's upcoming Windows Home Server doesn't just back up information from multiple computers and notebooks in a home, it also allows you to control the computers on your network.
In the video below, Microsoft's Stephen Leonard demonstrates how the software allows a parent to diagnose the security settings of all the computers on a network. Once Leonard finds out that one user has disabled the firewall, the swiftly disciplines the culprit by blocking access to music.
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