The Product Manager of the Windows Home Server Team Todd Headrick has posted a question over on the forums asking if you would like Power Pack 1 released prior to June 2008, the date when the Data Corruption fix is due. With already over 100 replies to the question, the consensus seems to be yes [...]
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With the Knowledge Base Article (KB) 946676 detailing the data corruption issue being updated today (see here) we have more detailed information available for you in a question and answer format that should help you understand the problem easier. What is the issue? When certain programs are used to edit, transfer and save files to/on [...]
The data corruption Knowledge Base (KB946676) Article has been updated today to revision 5.0 with updated information about symptoms, the cause and giving the status on the issue with guidance also. When certain programs are used to edit or transfer files that are stored on a Windows Home Server-based computer that has more than one [...]
What was going on this week at mswhs.com? Here’s your chance to catch-up if you missed something! Add-In: Vista Caller-ID Public Beta Good news for those of you after a caller ID add-in for Windows Home Server Add-in. After a lot of interest, the closed beta of Vista Caller-ID WHS Add-in has now been made [...]
Good news for those of you after a caller ID add-in for Windows Home Server Add-in. After a lot of interest, the closed beta of Vista Caller-ID WHS Add-in has now been made publicly available, although still in beta. Developer Alexander Kent hopes that users will continue sharing ideas, and that together it will become [...]
February 29th caused a few problems for Windows Home Server owners last week. Installations of the software went fine until the Welcome/Setup screen requesting the initial WHS password appeared, it would carry on appearing after every login continuously. Users like Julian B and patterson76 posted on the WHS forums: “How can I stop the Welcome/Setup [...]
Steven Warren’s beginner mini series Real World this time looks at how to connect your computers to your Windows Home Server which basically looks at installing the connector software on one of your networked PCs. Read it on TechRepublic.
If you own a MediaSmart Server then HP would like to understand how they are using the product and what your experience has been so far. They state that their goal is to understand how people have adopted the product into their homes and what they are doing with it. If you take the 10 [...]
We Got Served has a list available (including a PDF file) of HP’s top 10 recommended routers for Windows Home Server that auto-configure the OS, including a list of 6 others that DONT! Available from here.
UK magazine site Personal Computer World are reporting that the Medion will be held off until Microsoft can fix data corruption flaw. Medion’s Home Server was on display at Cebit in Germany where UK product manager Rick Munday said it would not sell the device until Microsoft fixed the data corruption flaw that can in [...]