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The Release Candidate of Windows Home Server 2011 “Vail” is finally upon us. With this release, a new kind of home server is showing its colors – a version of Vail with Drive Extender ripped from its feature set. What does that mean to you and how does it affect your storage? No drive pooling. Each drive is a separate entity in the Windows Home Server 2011 ecosystem if one chooses not to use a RAID solution. No native selectable redundancy.
Here we take another exclusive look at the HomeServerSync add-in for Windows Home Server from Tranquil. This time it is the final beta build and we are looking at the Sync Client that is installed on your PCs. The Sync Client, which is part of the HomeServerSync add-in for Windows Home Server, enables you to set up your home computers to sync files and folders to your Windows Home Server and back. Part of this functionality is provided by the VPN components provided by HomeServerSync, but we will cover more on that shortly.
Here we take another exclusive look at the HomeServerSync add-in for Windows Home Server from Tranquil. This time it is the final beta build and we are looking at the Windows Home Server Add-In. We had an exclusive first look at the HomeServerSync beta earlier in July, and information on HomeServerSync itself a little while before that. And earlier this week we announced that the final beta of HomeServerSync was released to a select group of beta testers. So after playing around with this final beta for a while, I thought I would post up my experiences and show some of the features that were not available the last time – specifically the VPN service. The first thing you need to do is to register for the service.