domenica 17 giugno 2007 07:48I've spoken to a friend about this, and the only thing putting him off this amazing software is that his current server does Windows Media Center, and Windows Home Server does not- this is the deciding point in his decission, and i assume many other peoples decision on buying the product
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domenica 17 giugno 2007 15:15This suggestion has been made many times and the developers are considering it for a future release of the product (after 1.0).
martedì 19 giugno 2007 11:02
I agree, I do not want to have any more servers running than I have to. Given the networking alternatives Home Server can be fairly location independent so why not have it in the living room. Both machines have common characteristics -
Stability is the key
Significant storage requirements
Using a licence model similar to Vista where additional features and functions can be enabled as required seems like the right way to go on this. This solution would also add another feature to the web-front end in terms of scheduling shows and possibly streaming media to my laptop when I am on the road....
venerdì 10 agosto 2007 19:12
I agree, that would make this product a must have. It also makes sense considering the OEM requirement for cable-card readers and MCE. A WHS+MCE, with cable-card support and perhaps SideShow support would be an amazing product. If they were able to pull it off, and OEM actually created attractive unique enclosures (like HockeyPuck) I can't imagine it not being a huge success. As the product stand right now I'm interested, but not susre it's worth it yet. Very excited about the next version though.