MicrosoftWindows Home ServerStableBit DrivePool for Windows Home Server Build 3417 Now...

StableBit DrivePool for Windows Home Server Build 3417 Now Available


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And another new beta version of the Windows Home Server Drive Extender replacement StableBit DrivePool released – this time its build 3417.


  • Combine all your hard drives into one big storage pool (except the system drive with the OS).
  • Add and remove drives from the pool at any time without re-partitioning or manually moving folders.
  • Create duplicated folders on the storage drive pool that are protected against single drive failure. If a drive fails on which a duplicated file was stored, the contents of that file will remain readable even without the drive.
  • All your data is stored in standard NTFS files. You can always access your files even if the Windows Home Server completely crashes or this add-in can’t be used.

The changes in this version are: ———-

* Fixed error message mangling under some task abort conditions.

* Added rename folder task to proper concurrency group.

* Fixed incorrect file size calculation for 4+ GB files (internal to disk tasks).

* Fixed Dashboard lock-up on start. * Fixed access denied when performing disk tasks due to media streaming service.

* Incomplete repair wizard would not correct de-duplication errors, just duplication errors.

* Incomplete file repair was marking too many files fixed, even ones on other pool parts that it didn’t scan.

* Fixed access denied error when removing duplication status from a folder (if file part was read-only).

* Fixed false positives in the duplication error detection.

* Fixed error resolving conflicting duplicated files in repair task.

Download Stablebit Drivepool build 3417 here

Learn more about StableBit DrivePool here

Have you tried it? What do you think?

Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.

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