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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.
How To's & Guides
Dojo North Software released Beta version 220.127.116.11 of Home Server SMART which now provides continuous, automatic disk monitoring and also supports USB disks! Yes, you can now see SMART data from your USB drives. Sweet! Read on to find out more about this updated Add-in.
Windows Home Server
Awieco has just released their DriveInfo Add-In for Windows Home Server 2011 and Small Business Server 2011 Essentials. The newest Add-In from Awieco brings back the graphical drive information to Windows Home Server 2011. Read on to find out more about this brand new Add-In from Awieco.
Storage & NAS
In this episode we talk about GPT and Master Boot Record formatting and this short sermon gives you a brief overview of these types of technology. Read on to find out how the use of drives larger than 2.2TB will affect your systems.
You know that Windows Home Server 2011 monitors your WHS, but did you know 2011 can send you email notifications? Yes, WHS 2011 can email your alerts and warnings through this little application included in Windows Home Server 2011. Read on to find out more about this hidden jewel.
Andreas Miceli has announced the Beta for the Windows Home Server 2011 Advanced Admin Console. This new version of of the AAC brings together the tools you will need to monitor and maintain a WHS 2011 or a Small Business Server. Video coming soon!
Awieco is releasing their new DriveInfo Add-In beta for Windows Home Server 2011 at the end of this week. This new Add-In is a “must-have” Add-In for those of us that miss the graphical storage interface that did not make it to the Windows Home Server 2011 Release Candidate.
While with the Michael’s from BYOB at Fry’s this weekend, I purchased a Seagate GoFlex 3TB drive for my Windows Home Server 2011. At $159, it is cheaper to buy an enclosure drive and pull the drive than it was to buy just a bare drive. Go figure. Anyway, before I crack the case I will give the basic specs and a benchmark test. Read on to see the Seagate GoFlex 3TB drive performance.
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