venerdì 9 marzo 2007 12:01
It would be nice to know what the MS people have for a answer on this.
As some of us have large volumes of data currently sitting on the extended drives.
Will be able to get a copy of the OS in the future and simply "upgrade" to the final with out loosing the stored data. I use the word upgrade loosely as this is a beta. Im more concerned with the data sitting on my extended drives.
Would the booting from the final DVD and replacing the os hold data integerty
How as the move from beta 1 to beta 2 worked out??
Where the testers in a wipe and clean install scenerio??
Im thinking the OS part is rather stable as its Server 2003
And I notice while doing a repair of the software that during the "upgrade" rebuild that the home server software is removed prior to the os repair then its replaced.
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venerdì 9 marzo 2007 12:30ModeratoreMirosoft has said that there will be an upgrade path to RTM for beta testers. However, if they have to make significant changes in the way Drive Extender works, for example, they might have to renege on that promise. They apparently already did this once, for the initial beta group (before the public beta 2 program started).
Since WHS is beta software, and it's possible that it is silently and slowly corrupting all the data stored on it, you should not put your only copy of irreplaceable data on WHS. Personally, every byte of data I have on mine is also on at least one other PC on my network.