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In the latest episode of BYOB we talk about bootable devices, the boot sequence and give you a brief overview of the Windows Home Server Restore process. Read on to find out how bootable devices are the key to starting your computers operating system and check out the podcast to find out how Windows Home Server makes the Restore process easy.
How To's & Guides
Fellow BYOB podcasters Michael Faucher and Michael Martis and I have been talking over the last month about the Restore process for Windows Home Server 2011. We have all had different experiences (successes and failures) with the Windows home Server 2011 Restore so I thought I would video a “textbook” Restore process.
Windows Home Server
A few weeks ago we asked you to send us your questions to put to the Windows Home Server team while we were with them as part of the MVP Summit in Seattle. We didn’t get that many questions, but here are the responses we are allowed to talk about.
KeepVault Release KeepVault 4.00 Beta for Windows Home Server 2011 and Small Business Server 2011 Essentials
Our friends at KeepVault have been in touch to let us know that they have just released a beta of their new KeepVault 4.0 add-in for Windows Home Server, Windows Home Server 2011 and Windows Small Business Server 2011 Essentials.
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!
Windows Home Server
Dave McCabe at the Home Server Show invited the BYOB guys to sit in on podcast #124 and talk about storage for Windows Home Server. He asked me to whip up a short sermon comparing the storage technologies in both versions and talk about it on the show. I can do short. I think.
Here is our review of the LEGO Super Mario Adventures with Mario Starter Course.