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Dedicated Server Connectivity
Every organization, small business, medium enterprises or large chain giants, all need a central storage server. This server must ease the organization’s work by being easy to access, scalable, have large storage, available and private. Not to mention, all these, under highest security.
Amongst servers, Dedicated server hostings have the highest security and Oxtrys provides you with a managed dedicated server with root access and windows operating system installed, cost included. Not only is it the most attractive offer, it also includes configurations and easy-to set-up on PC methods. The only prerequisite is having the IP address and server hostname before you start to set up.
Any member on the same network can access the server at any time after the step guide given below is followed:
- Open your PC’s File explorer
- Select This PC or My Computer which is basically the main memory drive of the system.
- Click on ‘Map Drive Network’ at the top of the File Explorer window.
- The pop-up opens to reveal two selectable options, ‘Drive’ and ‘Folder’.
- Assign a letter in the ‘Drive’ section of the pop-up.
- In the ‘Folder’ section, enter the hostname of the server or the server IP address.
For port selection, there is the non-standard path and standard HTTP server connection. You can go to the repository to add/ Select HTTP server under File to get on the standard path. For non-standard ports, enter the port number into the port field.
Depending on the dedicated server set up, you can be assigned a password based username access to log into your own part of the server network. This only comes in use once the server set up is done.
- Once all the categories are filled, there will be two check boxes.
- Check the box ‘Reconnect at sign in’
- Click ‘Finish’
You are all set up now and the server is ready to use on your PC. Now whenever you login, the connection is automatically reestablished because of the enabling of reconnection at sign in.