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  • Blog Post: Legends of Windows Home Server -- Checkin Garfield

    It was a logn time ago, so, I guess, it's ok to tell this story at last... Well, everybody knows what "checkin" is, right? That's when you send your updated, fixed or new code to the depository for safekeeping. There is a lot of systems for that. OpenSource guys usually use CVS for that, there are...
  • Blog Post: Let me introduce -- Sergey Solyanik, ex-dev manager of Widnows Home Server

    Sergey was the dev manager of Windows Home Server and one of three people, for whom I decided to leave BizTalk Server and join Windows Home Server team. He is a remarkable person and a friend of mine. Some time ago he left Microsoft for Google, but he is still a remarkable man and a friend of mine! And...
  • Blog Post: Home Network Troubleshooter -- Windows Home Server Toolkit V1

    One of the problematic spots for Windows Home Server are the networks, where it is supposed to work. During Beta-testing we found that home networks are often not up to the task. It's either the name resolution, or UPnP does not go through, or some other problem. Well, usually it works, but problems...
  • Blog Post: Windows Home Server System Builder Edition is now available on NewEgg.com

    Windows Home Server System Builder Edition is now available on NewEgg.com , and some companies already offering it on Amazon.com site . As a reminder, System Builder Edition is a standalone software without support. Like OEM edition it is supposed to be used for preinstallation on new computers produced...
  • Blog Post: More books on Windows Home Server...

    A new book on WHS was published last month (September 13): Microsoft Windows Home Server Unleashed by Paul McFedries . Very thick, 912 pages. What's interesting is that the author not merely pointed out which buttons to press -- that's something we tried to make evident without books -- but also...
  • Blog Post: Terracode Book Server - Server on a bookshelf

    Site TerraCode.com tells about a project to create a Windows Home Server based system that looks like a book and quitely sits on a bookshelf while serving music and video to PS3 or XBox360. with permission from (c) Terracode.com The most fun part of it is that it's "Do-it-yourself" project with...
  • Blog Post: 5 worst problems of home-grade routers

    During our crusade for Home Server and Beta programs we faced a multitude of home network configurations. We learned a lot, and some of that we did not like. In fact, that's our beta-participants who did not like that, it's just they did not know what it is until we did investigations on the failing...
  • Blog Post: RTM Sign-off of Windows Home Server is published on Channel 10

    You can view it here: http://www.on10.net/Blogs/larry/watch-windows-home-server-rtm/ As far as I know, it's the first case at Microsoft when the product sign-off is captured on video and published.
  • Blog Post: Windows Home Server v.1.0 is Released to Manufacturing!

    In fact, it was signed off by the end of last week, but the public announcement just went out today. It feels good!
  • Blog Post: Windows Home Server client join troubleshoooting hints

    This document is published here because there is no way to publish images on forum. It's written primarily to help our support people, and we are publishing it to help troubleshooting problems with the server join process for Windows Home Server for Beta participants. Please, understand that this document...
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