Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 15th Jun 2007 12:11 UTC
Windows Earlier this year, Microsoft announced its upcoming Windows Home Server product; a sort of beefed up NAS based on Windows Server 2003 SP2. A few days ago, Microsoft released the first release candidate for Windows Home Server, and since I was admitted into the beta program, I downloaded this release and transformed my trusty desktop x86 into a Home Server.
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n4cer
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2005-07-06

OK, this way MS makes sure people are not using WHS for other purposes than it was designed,but what happens if somebody has to reinstall WHS?
Will it erase the whole hard drive or is it intelligent enough to go into "repair install" mode and preserve the data?


There is a Server Reinstallation option in setup.

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