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Advanced Admin Console vNext

Andreas Miceli has released a preview to his new version of the Advanced Admin Console Add-In (AAC) for Windows Server code name Vail. This new version looks great and Diehard and I did a video showing some of the important features for this Vail Add-In. Read on to find out more about this great addition to Windows Server code name Vail.

Background

As Vail continually works toward a future release, I have wondered when the Vail code would be stable enough for Add-In development. Many of you heard on the Home Server Show #105 about the major changes required for Vail Add-Ins. In addition, these developers usually do not get paid for all of the work required for creating and modifying Add-Ins so releases are at their time and discretion.

It is great news that Andreas has announced a preview to what many of us consider a “Core” V1 Add-In for Windows Server code name Vail!

Andreas M’s Windows Home Server AddIns

Andreas writes:

About the Advanced Admin Console AddIn
The Advanced Admin Console AddIn is an award-winning AddIn for the Windows Home Server platform. The first AAC beta was released in January 2008 and has since then become one of the most successful AddIns for Windows Home Server with an estimated user base of 18,000 users worldwide (source: http://www.home-server-addins.com/archives/330). In the “We Got Served Reader Award 2009” poll AAC was voted the “Best Windows Home Server Add-in” (source: http://www.wegotserved.com/2009/12/31/we-got-served-reader-awards-2009-the-winners-announced/).
The AAC vNext Technical Preview has been developed from scratch in order to fully harness the new features and capabilities available in the Windows Server Codename ‘Vail’ and ‘Aurora’ operating systems from Microsoft.

Beta Testing Consideration

Want to submit your name for consideration as a tester for the Beta? head over to Andreas website to post your name at:

http://www.home-server-addins.com/

You can find out more about Andreas on his blog at:

http://www.home-server-addins.com/about

Key Features for the Advanced Admin Console Add-In Preview for Windows Server code name Vail

Windows Explorer Access

Advanced Admin Console vNext

Web Browser Integration

Advanced Admin Console vNext

Desktop Access

Advanced Admin Console vNext

Full Drive Access

Advanced Admin Console vNext

Network Access and Remote Desktop Connection Support

Advanced Admin Console vNext

Let’s See Some Video

Installation Video of the Advanced Admin Console for Windows Server code name Vail

Installation of the Advanced Admin Console for Windows Server code name Vail

Conclusion

The Advanced Admin Console provides the clean interface, performance and the functionality we have to come to expect from an Add-In by Andreas. Once in Beta I doubt there will be many changes as this Add-In seems to be ready for prime time!

Thank you to Andreas and to Andrew Edney for allowing me to review this great Add-In.

Timothy Daleo

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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  1. I have to work on the sound when you and I talk. You could hear the sprinklers, motorcycles and airplanes flying by. Nice.

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