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Windows Home Server to be made available on MSDN?

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    Vasudev

    Just now blogged about it.Windows Home Server to be made available on MSDN?

    "It has been announced on the MSDN Subscriptions Weblog that their acquisitions team is working with the product group to include Windows Home Server in the MSDN offering. The WebLog which is run by the managers of the online and offline MSDN Subscription program stated that they expect WHS will be offered, but do not have an estimate of availability."

    MSDN Subscription Weblog said: "Windows Home Server - our acquisitions team is working with the product group to include this in the MSDN offering. We expect it will be offereed, but we do not have an estimate of availability."
    http://mswhs.com/2007/10/09/windows-home-server-to-be-made-available-on-msdn/" target="_blank">source: http://mswhs.com/2007/10/09/windows-home-server-to-be-made-available-on-msdn/" target="_blank">http://mswhs.com/

    That's great news !!

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    Bas

    So, is HP ever coming out with that Mediasmart server, or is that just a cruel joke played on us all?

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    blowdart

    That'll be a nice stopgap measure until I find a real WHS box I like and is quiet enought to sit downstairs.

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    Ray6

    Bas wrote:
    So, is HP ever coming out with that Mediasmart server, or is that just a cruel joke played on us all?


    This is consumers' data they're going to be protecting. Photos. Videos ... I'm sure it would be in no-one's best interest if it were rushed out.



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    Bas

    Ray6 wrote:
    
    Bas wrote:
    So, is HP ever coming out with that Mediasmart server, or is that just a cruel joke played on us all?


    This is consumers' data they're going to be protecting. Photos. Videos ... I'm sure it would be in no-one's best interest if it were rushed out.


    So you're suggesting that it'd be best that they wait until Windows Home Server 2012?

    WHS is finished. The update HP said they were waiting for is finished. Eventually, you're going to have to stop waiting and ship.

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