MicrosoftWindows Home ServerStableBit DrivePool Moves to Beta M3 Build 3940

StableBit DrivePool Moves to Beta M3 Build 3940


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There has been another beta build from CoveCube! StableBit development marches on – now is build 3940.


Here is how CoveCube describes this application:

  • 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.

This version’s change log: ———-

* Fixed reading NTFS security from folder / files that don’t have appropriate permissions and must use backup semantics to reset permissions. Some people are experiencing permissions issues accessing folders on the pool. You should try to open folder properties in DrivePool and re-apply the permission settings. You can do this by changing the permissions values to something and then changing them back and hitting OK. With this change, DrivePool should take ownership of all the folders / files and rest the permissions to their correct state.

Get More Information About the Beta Here Download Stablebit Drivepool build 3940 here
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