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A number of the existing Windows Home Server offerings are moderately priced, with several selling for well below

A number of the existing Windows Home Server offerings are moderately priced, with several selling for well below $1,000.

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A number of the existing Windows Home Server offerings are moderately priced, with several selling for well below $1,000.

However, before HP's just-launched, $399.99 (MSRP) HP presently offers three different HP Media Smart Server options (its older models have been phased out).

Hewlett-Packard (HP) was the first such vendor to provide a system with Windows Home Server pre-installed, with its Media Smart Server series.

HP was soon joined by a short list of other system vendors, including Niveus and Velocity Micro.

To manage the transfer I used Teracopy which allowed me to "test" and verify the transfer was good--it also lets you pause and resume, which is convenient.

Since there is no Drive Extender anymore, you only need one hard drive to install WHS2011, so I removed the additional 3 and let it do it's thing.

That left a bit of a dilemma as to how I was going to transfer the data and to where--while I have external hard drives, none are big enough for the task. For one, I removed one of the 1.5TB drives from my storage pool since I had the space remaining, and I copied over as much as I could.

For the remaining terabyte of data, I used the space I had on my main home theater PC.

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After much deliberation and non-stop harassment from, well everyone, I decided it was time.

The original Windows Home Server installation was a big patchwork where it involved constant reboots and lots of infomration.

I used to work for an OEM which sold Windows Home Server systems, so I am painfully familiar with the arduous process required to install the original version.

Keep in mind, the big fuss about the removal of Drive Extender, is that if you have one type of media, say your MOVIES which take up more GB than you have available on a single drive, then you are forced to split them among two hard drives and then individually setup each network share, such as \SERVER\MOVIES1 and \SERVER\MOVIES2.

This is quite different than with Drive Extender, where the data would just span across multiple disks if necessary, but your share would remain a single \SERVER\MOVIES share.

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