No it’s not a toaster (although it is). It’s a 55w Windows Home Server. Edgar Voorbraak built this with a 1.5GHz Via C7 CPU with 1GB of RAM and Edgar has even managed to cram in 4 hard drives. What is great is that the toast time knob controls the fan speed and the emergency […]
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The Ramblings of a Home Server User blog has just uploaded a new version of the SharePoint how-to guide for those who would like to test it out. Tom would also like the guide to be edited and updated if necessary. The guide and scripts are available from here.
Diskeeper 2008 Home Server Edition is the defragmentation tool made specially for our Windows Home Server’s. Site TechRepublic have a how to install it tutorial for those of you who are not sure how to go about it. Read it here.
The add-in AutoExit 2008 for Windows Home Server version 2008 is now available for download. The add-in enables you to shut down and reboot machines in your home network from within the console. Wake On Lan is also supported which enables you to easily boot up your machines remotely. All these actions are available per […]
How would you like to synchronize files that are not located on your network with your Windows Home Server? In my case I use the online FolderShare service to “backup” my brothers photos and documents from his PC back to my WHS With the Foldershare software running on both the home server and on his […]
I wanted to bring to your attention, a tutorial that was written by runtime360 back in February on how to create a custom image of Windows Home Server using the supplied OPK disc. Doing so enables you to add additional drivers to your install DVD as well as adding your own customizations. Anyway here’s the […]
Fixing Database Inconsistency errors is a great post by brubber in the Windows Home Server Forums. In his guide brubber explains how to recover from database inconsistency errors as well as how to fix the client backup database as well as how to fix the backup service not running. Read it here.
Matthew Miller has written about running Windows Home Server as a Subversion Server which is an open-source version control developer tool which can run under Linux or Windows.So, if your into really techie stuff (not for the faint hearted), then head over to the details here.
The T7-HSAi and T2-WHS-A3i are the two new models in Tranquil PC’s Home Server lineup. Both are powered by the multi-thread, low energy 45nM 1.6GHz ATOM 230 CPU from Intel. Both models have the same ‘fan less’ design features of the previous units, providing near silent operation and enhanced reliability, with power consumption from only […]