Hi all – if you haven’t seen it yet, take a look at the interactive house on the Windows Home Server web site. It provides a great walkthrough of Home Server’s benefits within its “natural environs” – part of the effort to educate consumers on what the product is and does. There is a demo and set of customer testimonials from a few families and home-based businesses that have been using Windows Home Server for awhile.
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I see on one of the videos on that MS site a guy in a garden using his laptop talks about moving financial records over to home server. He said it makes feel he will not lose or have data destroyed. I have asked elsewhere without success but quite a few people have found with folder replication some database type applications have corrupted when the data file is stored on a replicated folder e.g. MS Money. This has lead to concern that WHS is only good for backup or placing static files for replication. Can someone comment on this because I would love to trust WHS as my central storage with replicated folders?