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Old 03-24-2008, 02:33 PM   #11 (permalink)
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wow. that is pretty stupid.
guess i'll stick with server 03

I agree.

server will try to make all of your hdds into one big one. you can add others drives after the install and it will move them over into one too.

what's the point of that? if you corrupt one drive, you'll corrupt them all.

home server is great at restoring your other computers though
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so basically home server puts it into RAID 1?
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thank you for that article.
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