The Web's Largest Dedicated Windows Home Server Resource by Microsoft MVP Philip Churchill.
Microsoft Windows Home Server - WHS will automatically backup and restore your PCs and allow you to share and access files from any machine in the house as well as giving you remote access to those files and PC’s as well. This site will guide you on your journey of discovery with WHS.
With so many add-ins available now and hopefully more to come the ultimate add-in will have to be an add-in organiser. I find it difficult to horizontally scroll through the tabs. Why not have one tab called add-ins that displays all the installed add-ins on the console workspace.
Hey they could be arranged in groups with little boxes drawn around them. It could be called add-in manager. (tongue firmly in cheek)
Just to let you know have made some progress with this Add-In Manager. I have a functioning version serving the main Add In windows for defined “managed” Add-Ins. Just putting together the Settings Dialog, and will hopefully be able to send something out for people to play with after this weekend
When you connect remotely, you get a window that gives you option to upload or download files, go up or down one level
However I can’t find any way to upload or download directories
Surely there has to be a way
Can anyone please advise
I apologize if I have misunderstood your requirement, but working under the assumption that I have not, an inexpensive SOHO router will allow you to track the sites they are visiting–particularly if you flash it and load any of a number of freeware/shareware (m0n0wall, OpenWrt, Tomato, dd-wrt, etc.) systems onto it. Furthermore, you may setup the amount of time the children are allowed access to the web, as well as the sites they may visit(including IP ranges, keep in mind how Classes of IPs are handed out to assist you in ensuring they visit only .edu sites for example; if this becomes a requirement in the future).