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    Great Deals on Add-Ins in celebration of Episode 100


    Here are some of the Add-In deals that were discussed in episode 100.  Enjoy and please get one of each! You can discuss these deals in the forums here.

    Lights Out - Green IT for Windows Home Server



    Lights-Out – The name says it all.  This Add-In is used to put a Windows Home Server into suspended mode or hibernation and resume on user defined events.  Here is a 15% discount on this popular Add-In via the links below.


    Personal license


    Commercial License


    Coupon Code: HSS100 but the links above should have the discount in them.


    It's valid between July 30 and August 8.


    Recorded TV Manager



    Rick Drasch has setup a coupon for Recorded TV Manager here.


    Coupon Code: 41320VD0 through  Aug 11th. $10 off the normal price of $24.95.


    Here is my review of Recorded TV Manager.


    This is a great deal so I hope you will pick it up.  Good until 8/11/10.

    PerfectDisk 11



    PerfectDisk 11 for Windows Home Server


    Completely eliminate WHS fragmentation

    Maximize Streaming Media performance

    Reduce Backup times

    Improve Anti-Virus Performance

    Seamless integration with WHS Console

    Bundles include PerfectDisk Pro to defrag connected PCs.


    20% off via this link Use coupon code HSS100


    This deal expires on  8/5/2010.


    PerfectDisk 11has always been a big supporter of this show.  Episode 84 was one of my favorite interviews.

    Disk Management

    Disk Management for Windows Home Server



    • Detailed information for each disk in your Windows Home Server
    • Real-time temperature and activity monitoring
    • Capacity indicators for individual disks
    • Customizable disk names
    • Customizable 3D wire frame representation of your server

    50% off using coupon code 100EPISODES 


    See disk management here


    Only $5 !!!  This awesome deal is valid starting August 1st and runs one week.  Get it now!




    Nick has always been a good friend to this podcast.  Please support him by trying this Add-In.  I think you will like it.  It’s chock full of features.


    $1 off AdminiMe via this special link.


    HSS Writeup on this add-in


    See more AdminiMe here

    Digital Archound – DA Document Manager for Windows Home Server


    Digital Archound – DA Document Manager for Windows Home Server


    Use the following Coupon Code:  HSS100


    The first 50 listeners that purchase DA Document Manager will get an additional $20.00 off of the currently discounted price of $59.95 (normally $69.95).


    A 3 user version for WHS is normally $59.99 and with this coupon it’s $39.99.  That’s a great deal!




    Diehard went over DA in a bonus podcast.  Listen here.






    Please feel free to discuss these deals in the forums and stay tuned for even more!


    Note to vendors and authors.  If you see anything you would like changed in your portion of the giveaway please let me know.



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    This is really nice, think I will take advantage of that Disk Management deal

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    Just purchased Disk Management. Thanks for the coupon Sam!

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    Thanks for the great deals Dave, just bought adminiME.

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    Already had ArcHound, picked up AdminMe last night and now Disk Management tonight. Thanks, Dave

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    Bummer that I already have most of these add-ins, but I guess that speaks well to the quality of this show and the reviews/info provided on add-ins.

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    Thanks for the update on the new types of addinsand it sis good to learn from you that you are celebrating the episode 100. Good achievement team .Hope your team can perform more better . Keep update your posting.

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