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Windows Home Server 2011 – Available on TechNet and MSDN


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The Windows Team Blog has just announced that Windows Home Server 2011 has finally been released and is available on TechNet and MSDN. This is a great milestone and we look forward to a bright future with Windows Home Server 2011.

Windows Home Server 2011

Windows Team Blog

Directly from the announcement:

Starting today MSDN and TechNet subscribers will be able to download Windows Home Server 2011 for testing and evaluation purposes.

Make sure you also check out the Windows Server Solution SDK site, which overviews how to create add-ins that can extend the functionality of Windows Home Server.  Also just released is the Windows Server Solutions SDK Installer, a tool that helps you install the Windows Server Solutions SDK. It has Visual Studio 2010 samples and templates that you can use to easily create applications for Windows Home Server 2011.

Stay tuned for further information on the evaluation experience for Windows Home Server 2011 releasing later this month.

Windows Home Server 2011 downloads available:

Server Install Disc: Windows Home Server 2011 (x64) – DVD (English) – 4.1GB

 Client Restore Disc: Windows Home Server 2011 (x86 and x64) – CD (English) – 467 MB

Windows Home Server 2011

Timothy Daleo
Timothy Daleo
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.


  1. Is WHS v1 still available on Technet? If so, wow much longer do you estimate it to be?

    I’m new around here and have been listening to the podcasts for a couple of months now and enjoying them. Haven’t yet got a Technet subscription.

    I have friends a few hundred miles away. I’m sure you guys have the same experience. Multiple computers in their household, but too cheap to get something automatic like Jungledisk and can’t be bothered to backup manually. Of course I get the calls when something bad happens. I decided to try WHS v1 on a used old AMD box I got for $60 from Goodwill. Stuck in a couple of old drives and it works great. I got them a system builder copy od WHS and they are happy. I want to get a technet subscription and build my own system to try the old and new versions but haven’t gotten around to it yet.

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