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Removing a Drive from your Windows Home Server

There seems to be a lot of people who are still a little unsure about adding or removing drives on their Windows Home Servers, so I figured some simple walk-throughs would help here. In this first walk-through, I will discuss removing a hard drive from the storage pool.

Adding eSATA hard drives to Windows Home Server on a Friday night

In his usual On a Friday Night article, Tim Daleo looks at adding eSATA hard drives to his Windows Home Server.

Backing up Windows Home Server on a Friday night

Tim Daleo returns to explain how to use the WHS BDBB Add-in to back up your Windows Home Server.

Backing up a Mac with an HP MediaSmart EX485 or EX487

ow that the new HP MediaSmart Servers are shipping, I thought I would post something on how to configure your Apple Mac to use Time Machine to back up to your Windows Home Server.

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