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Drive Bender v. (Tomcat) for Windows Home Server 2011 available now


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Today saw an update to Drive Bender for Windows Home Server 2011 released, taking it to version v1.3.5.0, also known as the Tomcat release.


Release v1.3.5.0 release (2012-08-03)

– Bug fix: User security can have issues with some extended characters.
– Bug fix: Removing a user from the user security list could fail.
– Bug fix: The “file in use” detection could fail in some circumstances (resulting in a number of internal file conflict issues).
– Update: Health monitor scanning time has been improved.
– Update: Better handling of files moving between duplicated and non-duplicated folders.
– Bug fix: Under some conditions, creating a folder can fail.
– Bug fix: Fixed a number of reparse point issues.
– Added: Added additional reparse support. This is disabled by default, for more information, see
– Update: Performance improvement when reading / writing large numbers of small files.
– Bug fix: The client duplication window can crash on occasions.
– Update: Much improved duplication feedback and the addition of duplication tools to improve management.
– Update: When a license expires, the pool no longer shuts down, it now switches to read-only mode after an hour.
– Update: Improved IO error handling and logging.
– Update: Duplication processing speed has been vastly improved on large folder.
– Bug fix: The release license request option now checks for the trial key before proceeding.
– Bug fix: Some special characters can per vent files being renamed.
– Update: All dashboards now support mouse scrolling.
– Update: The client interface is now faster loading and more responsive on low end systems.
– Added: Option to disable Windows AutoPlay for drive letter mount points.

For more information check out the Drive Bender website

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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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