Windows Home Server 2011 64-bit English 1pk DSP OEM System Builder DVD 10 Client

July 14, 2013 - Comment

Use of this OEM System Builder Channel software is subject to the terms of the Microsoft OEM System Builder License. This software is intended for pre-installation on a new personal computer for resale. This OEM System Builder Channel software requires the assembler to provide end user support for the Windows software and cannot be transferred

Use of this OEM System Builder Channel software is subject to the terms of the Microsoft OEM System Builder License. This software is intended for pre-installation on a new personal computer for resale. This OEM System Builder Channel software requires the assembler to provide end user support for the Windows software and cannot be transferred to another computer once it is installed. To acquire Windows software with support provided by Microsoft please see our full package “Retail” product offerings.

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Geomancer says:

Near perfect for the home user I got this mainly for central storage of all my files. More and more I find myself staying in the living room with my family and just using my laptop then going off into the spare bedroom to use my desktop which held all my files. But I do work from both, so getting files between them is a pain.A simple NAS could have fixed that problem, but while shopping for them I saw some that had some interesting features like being able to access files remotely through a web address. They were extremely limited in this functionality though and lots of people complained that it didn’t work well. One company even charges you a yearly fee for this feature. This eventually led me to the HP boxes which worked well and had good reviews, but their price tag scared me. I learned they just ran WHS which I didn’t even know existed, so I looked into building my own. This was about the time they announced the WHS 2011 beta so I decided to wait for that to be released so I could have the most…

Brett says:

Finally, WHS 2011! Several years ago, I bought an HP EX485 that served as my backup solution until recently. The EX485 had Windows Home Server 2007 as its OS and I loved it. It simplified backup and recovery for all of the computers in my household. The ability to recover a single file or backup and restore complete images (similar to Symantec Ghost) was exactly what I needed. I rarely used any of the additional features or add-ins. Fast forward to today, I recently built a new entry level server specifically for Windows Home Server 2011. The updated user interface for WHS 2011 is refreshingly simple and less clunky than its predecessor. Administration is simple and straightforward, even for the novice. Besides computer backups, I use WHS 2011 as a centralized repository for music and movies, where I can stream them to other TVs in my home.There is at least one drawback I’ve found with WHS 2011. The drive extender has been removed. With drive extender, you simply plugged in a new hard drive…

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