Microsoft.Windows.Home.Server.2010.Build.7360-WinBeta

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  1. Hustle910

    Hustle910 MDL Member

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    #1 Hustle910, Jan 29, 2010
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  2. bodyzen

    bodyzen MDL Junior Member

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    Thanks.....
     
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    bodyzen MDL Junior Member

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    installation errorr...........
     
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  4. Hustle910

    Hustle910 MDL Member

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    The only thing is, is WHS2 requires a 64-bit CPU.
     
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    bodyzen MDL Junior Member

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    Installation it's possible on the HD of 74 GB????
     
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  6. Hustle910

    Hustle910 MDL Member

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    No, WHS2 requires a 160GB HD.
     
  7. bodyzen

    bodyzen MDL Junior Member

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    Well, of course it's this my problem.

    In the HD of 160 Gb, ALL OK! ;)

    Thanks!
     
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  8. Hustle910

    Hustle910 MDL Member

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    I can't try it, M$'s HD requirement is to high for me.
     
  9. sebus

    sebus MDL Guru

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    160 Gb is too much?

    Then go & buy new HD, I bet you can not even find as small as 160Gb available

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  10. Hustle910

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    What I mean is my HD is 80GB, I'd have to go buy a new HD to try WHS2.
     
  11. FireSokar

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    I have this installed, and am running it on my homeserver now. Since this is beta, I do not want to migrate my files to the main "HDD" the only way to share the files using the online web server is to add the other hard drives to the main data storage. Has anyone found a way to do this with out adding it to it? It deletes the files and having 1 TB deleted requires me to backup to another 1TB, I do not have this space to sit around just to test this beta. Anyone with a little insight please let me know.
     
  12. Joven

    Joven MDL Novice

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    Anybody running Vail, Im wondering if there is a built in way to backup the data stored on the server to another server. Currently the only built-in way to backup the data on the server is to an external drive (which isn't particularly feasible for me).
    I'm probably going to going with WHS, and I have 2 servers, each with 5 x 1.5TB drives (for now), one I made just for having a full off-site backup, and was wondering if they added any way to do it without needing extra software.
     
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    #14 FireSokar, Feb 2, 2010
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    Based on the expiration date id say RTM is around april-july.

    Tip: If you dont feel like migrating your data and having it be split up over your hard drives a simple trick is to share your folder exactly as you want it named, then use the dashbaord to add the share with the exact name. Also bitlocker can be used if you use the server manager and enable the bitlocker feature. So far i've found no retail key will activate this out of the box, ive tried every windows 7 and 2008, 2008R2 key on my msdn nothing works.
     
  14. Hustle910

    Hustle910 MDL Member

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    Hi canouna, can you post some screenshots of the dashboard, thanks.
     
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    Since this was meant to be a small office/home interface, can you set the server up to be a Domain controller?

    If not, Can it at least join a domain? This was a big problem in WHS1
     
  16. kanga202

    kanga202 MDL Novice

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    Its not for a home office... its just for media @ home so no DC... MS will never enable DC on any of their home server products
     
  17. Hustle910

    Hustle910 MDL Member

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    Thanks canouna
     
  18. appraiser

    appraiser MDL Novice

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    ever heard of google? there must be something like 28912 possibilities tho download this, torrent, click hosters, whatever you like.