PS. If you had previously installed the Release Candidate, then you’ll need to un-install this first and if your just lazy and have windows update enabled for your server, then you should receive it automatically some time in August.
And it even look’s like Apple are getting in on all the Home Server goodness coming out of Microsoft at the moment 🙂
Take a look at this link to find out how to turn your Mac Mini into a Windows Home Server (and put it to a good use 😉 )
Well, I’ve been away on vacation for a week and I’ve come back to find that the release candidate of Power Pack 1 is now available. So I’ve just finished upgrading my server and performing the first backup of my Vista x64 laptop 🙂 using the new x64 WHS Connector software, needless to say, this took a long time as a first backup (of a 250GB drive over wifi) but at least it all worked.
Finally some news (although ‘early June’ is still a little vague) but hopefully in the next couple of week’s we will have something to test. I wont post the email I received from Connect in full, but if you want to read more head over to the WHS Team Blog
Just a quick post to let you all know I have made a small update to the FireflyWHS setting plug-in to fix a problem reported over at the Firefly Media Server forums. In certain situations the plug-in would say that the Firefly service would need to be restarted, even though no changes had been made to it’s configuration, hopefully this is now fixed. Take a look at the bottom of my FireflyWHS page for the download link.