I'm developing an add-in which supports WHS V1. The add-in will create a mounted folder. The problem is that after some amount of time sitting idle the WHS Console will add a "file conflict" warning to the Console's Home Network Health
for every file within the mounted folder.
Note, this issue occurs outside of my add-in (I can reproduce this issue by simple creating a mounted folder on WHS V1 using the MS Disk Manager from within Computer Manager) but I need some method to disable these warnings so I can complete development
of my add-in. Yes, I want to support both WHS V1 and WHS 2011.
My question is: does anyone know how I can disable "file conflict" warnings in a specific folder? Or, better yet, a method to fix these incorrect warnings?
The warnings occur because Drive Extender is unable to duplicate files and/or folders within a managed share. The only way to disable this is to disable Drive Extender itself.
If by "mounted folder" you mean a file system mounted to a folder (a "volume mount point"), with that folder in a Windows Home Server share, I don't think you're ever going to be able to get that to work with V1. Drive Extender knows nothing about your mount
point; at best it will treat it as any other folder in a share and duplicate it's contents into the storage pool.