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  • CloudBerry Backup v4.7.1

    CloudBerry Backup v4.7.1

    Updated from version 4.6, CloudBerry Backup has been updated to version 4.7.1 with the following changes: New storage providers: NatApp object storage, Akaza, CenturyLink, Cisco, LeoNovus, SwiftStack, Zettagrid, Selectel, Zetta Ability to create and run MS SQL Server backup and restore plan in CLI Option to generate a detailed report for backup to OpenStack storage […]

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    The Home Server Show Podcast Episode 293

    Episode 293 of the Home Server Show podcast is available: “A whole lot of follow up on this episode. Circle, WiFi, Server to NAS, and a better look at Open Mesh with Mike Faucher. Jim Collison discusses cloud storage while Dave digs into his wiring closet. Also, some moving news.” You can catch the audio […]

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    CloudBerry Backup 4.6 Released

    Introducing CloudBerry Backup 4.6 The latest version comes with the following new features and updates: Support dynamic disks for Image-based backup Ability to create a bootable ISO for Image-based backup Support JSON for Keystone authentication Support dynamic disks for Image-based backup In previous versions of CloudBerry Backup you were not able to include dynamic disks […]

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    Drive Bender Lives On

    After our last story explaining why Anthony from Division-M made the decision to move away from his full time position at the company which produces Drive Bender. Anthony has been flooded with the community’s response. So the end result, in Anthony’s words: “Given the level of user support, it seems I had no other choice […]

  • The Home Server show Podcast Episode 292

    The Home Server show Podcast Episode 292

    After a few weeks of absence, its time for another episode of the Home server Show podcast. Episode 292 is all about Circle, WiFi, and Networking: On this episode of Home Server Show I’ll unbox Circle while giving you a heads up about this new product. Listen in if you want to manage your wifi […]

  • Update for auto-redirection of WS2012 R2 Essentials for Windows 10 client connector

    Update for auto-redirection of WS2012 R2 Essentials for Windows 10 client connector

    Microsoft have updated their post on client connector availability for Windows 7, 8/8.1 and 10 joined to WHS2011 and Essentials 2012. The updated post highlights the availability of an update (3105885) to support auto-redirection of Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials for the Windows 10 client connector. Client Connector availability with Windows Home Server, Small Business […]

  • Drive Bender Sales Suffer

    Drive Bender Sales Suffer

    Anthony from Division-M has made the difficult decision to move away from his full time position at the company. Using the company’s blog, Anthony stated the following: Unfortunately slowing Drive Bender sales and sluggish Cloud Xtender numbers have meant that ongoing development at the current pace is just not financially possible. The slowing Drive Bender sales […]

  • Lights-Out v1.6.1

    Add-In: Lights-Out v1.6.1

    Version 1.6.1 of Lights-Out has been released. This is primarily a bug fix update which fixes some Windows 10 issues. With added official support for Windows Server 2016 Essentials Technical Preview 3 and Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan). Lights-Out for Windows Home Server 2011 and Windows Server Essentials 2012 (R2) Added support for Windows […]

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    The Home Server Show Podcast Episode 291

    Episode 291 of the Home Server Show podcast is up: It’s a battle between the Dell Inspiron micro 3050 and the HP Stream mini. We’ll talk about Media Center and if it’s better on Windows 8.1 or Windows 7 with these boxes. you can catch episode 291 here.

  • Integrating WS Essentials Tech Preview 3 with Azure Virtual Networks

    Integrating WS Essentials Tech Preview 3 with Azure Virtual Networks

    The Microsoft Australia OEM Team have published a blog post on integrating Windows Server Essentials Tech Preview 3 with Azure Virtual Networks: …if you need to extend your network into the Azure for the purpose of enabling Azure RemoteApp, virtual machines running a variety of OSs and applications, as well as a variety of other […]

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