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edcortes

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  1. The drive holding the WHS system on my server is a large drive, so I just use Robocopy to copy from the pool drive to the spare on that, then backup the system and robocopied partitions. No issue with VSS at all, but if I add much more data, then i'm in it deep.
  2. There is an option in the hardware control panel for power settings of the USB root hubs. They are set to turn off to save power.
  3. It works perfectly - thanks for the quick turnaround!
  4. I was able to restore the system to it's Monday backup. When it rebooted, everything was there and accessible. I'm still not sure if it was the upgrade, or if the MS patches were the cause - I suspect the patches.
  5. I had the same issue! ALso, when I recreated the folders, nothing came back, even though the console showed all of them. Time to restore to the last server backup
  6. Could you tell us what problem that was? Thanks. The problem was being unable to save certain file types (I reported .xls, and later .jpg) to a duplicated folder. I believe the resolution had to do with security validation by DB.
  7. I have installed and verified that this release fixes the problem I reported. Ticket 4527 can be closed.
  8. I (and another user) have had some Excel spreadsheets become .tmp files, with an incorrect date of the last time I saved it, or they disappear completely. I would like to return to 1.4.7.5 which seemed stable. Can I install 1.4.7.5 over the Beta, or do I need to uninstall and reinstall. What happend to my pools if I do that?
  9. That pretty much worked! I did have to re-add most of the folders, but all of the data is there. Thanks! - Ed
  10. Originally, I set up my system drive with 2 partitions, used that (D:) as the mount point and added 2 other drives to the pool - it seemed like a good idea at the time :'( I have been reading some of the posts here, and realized that this is NOT a good way to set things up! Now, I would like to remove that D: drive (the second partition on drive 0) from the pool (maybe I can use it for the server backups - Is that a good idea or not?) or something else. I'm just nervous about removing the first drive from the pool and making a BIG mess out of my system. Does anybody have a series of steps that must be followed in order to get this done with as little pain as possible?
  11. Have you tried "del *(1)* /S"?
  12. One thing I learned the hard way (it took several lessons, I have to admit) is to NEVER move anything. I now always copy, then delete once I am sure everything is OK. Better that than try to wonder why Murphy's law struck again.
  13. Hurray! and Thanks for this one! When I tried to copy the new versions to my WHS, it hung several times, requiring a restart each time. I finally put it on a thumb drive, installed it from there, and the system seems stable. It didn't even hang when I copied the new files to the server share!
  14. How about putting the latest version number and new release information at the top of the main web page? That makes it very visible to all!
  15. Just to report back, I moved my outlook and quicken files this past weekend. They are now hosted on WHS with no problems.
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