Windows Home Server Broken Until June 2008
March 11, 2008 11:13 PM
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The Windows Home Server continues to eat up files, but it appears that this product's very hungry bug isn't going to turn into a butterfly and fly away anytime soon.
The very hungry Windows Home Server continues to whet its appetite on unfortunate users files as the scope of the problem grows and grows
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RE: QC Anybody
3/12/2008 3:35:26 PM
Sorry to disappoint you but I have
to do with MS. I am just a very happy user of WHS.
I have not had any corruption problems, or problems backing up wireless PC's. In fact my WHS has performed perfectly. I have used it on more than one occasion to recover from some accidents (self made) on client PC's (3 Vista PC's).
I am a software developer, myself and I suppose I sympathize more than perhaps I should, but I feel that the WHS team will fix this bug and if it's done in June then that's fine as long as it's done right.
When I got my EX475 in November I did not put all of my jpg's or music library on the WHS without ensuring that I had other backup means for all "precious" files. This was even before this bug was uncovered. This just seemed like common sense to me.
I do sympathize with folks who lost their files, but I feel that MS gave valid workarounds and "not to do"'s to avoid the bug.
"We can't expect users to use common sense. That would eliminate the need for all sorts of legislation, committees, oversight and lawyers." -- Christopher Jennings
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