Network Configuration


At Unique Computing Solutions, Inc., our Network Configuration team provides on-site repair, trouble-shooting, modification, expansion or upgrades to your existing network. Whether you need a quick fix or a completely new configuration, our expert technicians will provide solutions for your company’s immediate needs and suggestions for future network demands.

We offer a free on-site assessment for businesses near you. Contact us now!



        We design and install these networks for our customers with smaller
        networking needs such as small businesses and home offices. Our
        technicians will configure, install and manage your network so
        that your work group can share files, printers, and Internet
        access. Windows 95, 98, ME, 2000, XP, and Windows 7 all include
        the capacity for peer-to-peer networking and are cost effective
        due to limited hardware expenditures.

  • Server Based Network

        We provide Server Based networks for our customers in larger scale
        organizations that require fast network access for video,
        publishing, multimedia, spreadsheet, database, and accounting
        operations. Our team of Microsoft technicians are near you every
        day installing, planning, upgrading, managing and trouble-shooting
        Windows Server Based networks such as:


    Windows NT Server

    Windows NT Server is probably the second most installed network server operating system after Novell's NetWare operating system. It essentially became what was renamed Windows 2000.


    Windows 2000

    Notable features of the Windows 2000 products are Active Directory, DNS, WINS (Windows Internet Naming Service) and many others.


    Windows Server 2003

    Windows Server 2003 comes in a number of editions, each targeted towards a particular size and type of business: Windows Small Business Server, Web Edition, Standard Edition, Enterprise Edition, Datacenter Edition, Windows Computer Cluster Server, Windows Storage Server.


    Windows Server 2008

    Windows Server 2008 is the successor to Windows Server 2003, released nearly five years earlier. Built on Windows NT 6.x., it has improved features like fail-over clustering, self-healing NTFS, Hyper-V and so on.


    Windows Small Business Server 2011

    Designed and priced for small businesses, Windows Small Business Server 2011 is an affordable, all-in-one server solution to help your business run more efficiently. It provides core functionality for: networking, security, advanced e-mail and calendar capabilities, database and line-of-business support, document and printer sharing, and remote access. It also offers you a server solution with reduced complexity and increased manageability over traditional enterprise servers, helping you to focus on running a more efficient business.

Call our Microsoft Team today for more information about each system. They have the expertise you need to help you choose a server that fits your business’ particular networking needs.


  •   DHCP Server
    Uses a Server computer to centrally manage IP addresses and other related configuration details used on your network.
  •   WINS Server
    Provides a dynamic replicated database service that can register and resolve NetBIOS names to IP addresses used on your network.
  •   DNS Server (Domain Name System)
    An Internet and TCP/IP standard name service that converts domain names to IP addresses.
  •   SMTP Server (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol)
    Transmits electronic mail across the Internet.
  •   POP3 Server (Post Office Protocol 3)
    Enables you to retrieve email messages stored on an email server.
  •   FTP/IIS (File Transfer Protocol)
    A standard network protocol used to copy a file from one host to another over a TCP-based network such as the Internet (not encrypted).
  •   HTTP/IIS (Hypertext Transfer Protocol)
    A networking protocol for distributed, collaborative, hypermedia information systems. HTTP is the foundation of data communication for the World Wide Web.
  •   RAS - Dial-Up (Remote Access Service)
    Enables you to access your network through a dial-up connection when working remotely.
  •   Fax Service
    Telephonic transmission of scanned-in printed material (text or images).
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