Windows Home Server 2011 (formerly codename ‘Vail’) Release Candidate now available

Microsoft today, announced the availability of the Microsoft Windows Home Server 2011 RC (formerly Windows Home Server Code Name “Vail”).

Microsoft Windows Home Server 2011 (WHS) is the ideal solution to help families keep their important digital files and PC’s automatically backed up, organized, and accessible.

The best part, it’s affordable and easy-to-use.

The WHS RC is the first public release to include changes in the storage features. All existing technologies such as server and client backup, health monitoring, remote web access, streaming media, and simplified dashboard management are still included.

Some of the changes in storage features include:

A new Move Folder Wizard makes it easy for you to move data from one drive to another. As Hard Drives are added to the Home Server, your health alerts will notify you that a new Hard Drive is available. From here, you can automatically format and configure the new drive for additional storage.

Once configured, you can easily use the Move Folder Wizard to move your data to the new drive as needed.

Below is a Learning Bite on Managing Storage with Windows Home Server 2011:

For more info visit the Windows Home Server 2011 site.



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