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Creating a Home PC Restore CD for Windows Home Server on a Friday night – Video Edition

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Do you know where your Client Restore CD is? Even if you do know where it is, you probably have an outdated version. Read on to find out where to get the latest version and to follow simple steps to download and create a CD for that PC Restore.

Windows Home Server Computer Restore CD

Background

My neighbor asked me to upgrade the hard drive in his PC this weekend. I immediately connected it to my network and installed the Windows Home Server Connector. Once I completed the backup I realized that I had lost my Restore CD. The CD was packed up in some box somewhere and it was too hot to look for it. What’s a boy to do?

Well download and burn another one of course!

This computer was so ugly…how ugly was she? I had four beers and I still did not want to bring her home.

Yes, this was the same model featured in Miami Vice.

Mental Note: Even if I had found the disc it was probably not up to date for the latest WHS PowerPack.

Equipment Needed

  • Internet connection
  • Blank CD and burning software
  • One beer (Optional as always)

Video – Windows Home Server Restore CD

Let’s see some video!

Windows Home Server Computer Restore CD

Short Version

If you have done this before and just need the link then right to: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=104683 and start the download. You can probably figure it out without following the steps.

Not So Short Version

Use the following steps to download and install the package.

Open the Shared Folders icon on your Desktop.

Home PC Restore CD

Open the Home PC Restore CD.

Home PC Restore CD

Double Click on the Read Me file.

Home PC Restore CD

Read the file and then Copy the URL link.

Home PC Restore CD

Timothy Daleohttp://usingwindowshomeserver.com
Timothy Daleo is a Project Resource Analyst and Oracle Applications Trainer in Pasadena, California. In addition to financial analysis, Tim has been developing training materials since 2003 and supporting direct projects through various auxiliary databases since 2005.

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