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  • Dave
    It's the all Cloud edition on HSS 230.  We follow up on Copy.com, CrashPlan, and introduce a new cloud service called DrivePop.  DrivePop is a Live Drive reseller and have given HSS listeners a heck of a deal.  Listen to get all the details!  We also have a new drive pooling software for Windows. Yes, another one!
     
    DrivePop Lifetime backup for as low as $50

    CrashPlan Data Pooling Sets
    New Drive Pooling Software shown
    http://poolhd.com/Portals/0/Demo/PoolHD/PoolHD.html

    From this thread - http://homeservershow.com/forums/index.php?/topic/5668-anyone-tried-poolhd/?hl=poolhd

    Jim's Review

    Thanks to Recorded TV HD for donating some give away licenses for the Meetup!

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    Dave
    UPDATE: This deal has expired.
     
    I'm a big fan of cloud backup services.  You probably heard me talking KeepVault, CrashPlan, Amazon S3, and many more.  I've learned that all of these services are not right for everyone.  There are different things to like and dislike about all of them.  I've run across a new service that's actually selling an old product and a great limited deal.  DrivePop.com.   (UPDATE:  This deal has been extended until Friday, July 19th. )
     
    DrivePop is a cloud backup service for one to many PC's and Macs in your network.  I worked out a special limited offer with DrivePop that gives you a LIFETIME subscription for only a small up front fee.  It's DrivePop's hope that you will return the favor by telling everyone that you use DrivePop.  It's a limited price so don't wait.
     
    Here are the features and pricing:
     

     
    I chose the $99.99 Ultimate plan just so I don't have to worry about what PC's I've used on the service.  I'm betting the Family plan is what is best for most folks.  Like Crashplan and many other cloud services, this is a backup service and not a archive service.  Archive services like what Amazon offers cost a TON of money.
     
    There are mobile apps for almost every platform!  Windows Phone 8, Android, and even the iPhone and the iPad.
     

     
    Surface RT!!!  Look it up I swear, there is a Surface RT APP!!!
     

     
    Another big selling point is the ability to stream music from the app.  Upload music to the service and stream it back via mobile.  I have yet to try this but it's documented in the apps.
     
    One thing you will notice about the DrivePop service is you see a lot of reference to "LiveDrive."  That's because it's using the Live Drive Cloud.  Just look up Live Drive and you will see they are a company that has been around a long time and not going anywhere soon!  I'm pretty confident in my new cloud backup service and I think you will enjoy this price.  It won't be around long though.  I would expect this price to disappear sometime next week.  July 18th, 2013. Act now. (if you are reading this later, I've managed to secure another great deal from Drive Pop) Click here.
     

     
     
     
    UPDATE:  This deal has been extended until Friday, July 19th.  Thanks DrivePop!
     
     
     
     
     
    UPDATE: This deal has expired.

    Dave
    I really like Synology DSM betas.  I've been running them since I got into the Synology platform.  It's great to see what they are up to and test all the new features they will soon push out.  Having said that, remember it's a BETA! Don't trust your production data to a beta.  If you just have to test one of these new features please have a copy of your data in another location, if not two copies.
     

     
    I was an iPhone user with my Synology box for a long time and was VERY surprised to see that they had Windows Phone Apps as well.  Surprised and very happy.  When Synology runs these betas of their DSM you can expect new apps and new features.  These guys get mobile and they have for a long time.  Look for the links below!
     
    You should take a look at Synology. If you are curious you can get into a 2 disk model for as little as $189.99.
     
    And now to the good stuff!
     
     


    Bellevue, Washington—Synology America Corp. is excited to announce the public beta of the latest DiskStation Manager operating system, with DSM 4.3 beta. In this release, the DSM is building on its award-winning interface with a multitude of new and useful features for Synology network attached storage (NAS). Enthusiast users will find plenty in this beta to enhance their productivity.
     
    “A number of popular applications have been revamped to take advantage of the DSM 4.3 beta,” said Jason Bonoan, Marketing Manager at Synology America Corp. “Application support has been strengthened, including new ways to manage and share media.”
     
    With the new Cloud Station, the private cloud has gotten even better. Cloud Station, in DSM 4.3 beta, lets you choose which documents and/or file types you want to keep synched across devices. Additionally, Linux users now get a Cloud Station client as well.
     
    Photo Station has been upgraded to version 6. Photo Station now allows photos to be viewed in a variety of dynamic ways, whether that be the mosaic-like wall format, or grouped via date; the photos in your library are front and center to the new Photo Station experience.
     
    Synology’s Video Station has been updated too. In addition to support for Roku TV, videos now have more granular control; as well as definable permissions.
     
    DSM 4.3 beta makes Synology among the first NAS manufacturers to offer TRIM support. TRIM allows for more efficient SSD maintenance; extending the useable life of solid-state drives, keeping performance at optimal levels.
     
     
     
    Other notable features include:  


    Offload Data Transfer (ODX) - Increases iSCSI storage performance when used with Windows 2012 Servers
    SSD caching from any tray in XS and XS+ models - Expand the pool of fast access data by using spare bays for SSD caching.
    Full Link Aggregation Support with Synology High Availability (SHA) - Enables significantly faster communication between SHA clusters.
    Now Cloud Station backup saves the portion of a file that has been changed, making for more efficient use of your storage
    Folder level link sharing. Generate a direct download link for individual files or whole folders.
    New mobile apps - New interfaces and features for iOS, and Android. Now Windows phone System users can get almost all of the same features and benefits as Android and iOS.



     
     
     
    DSM 4.3 beta is Synology’s most versatile and dynamic version yet. See what else the beta has to offer and get started with it here: 
     
    http://www.synology.com/dsm/dsm4.3_beta.php?lang=us
     
    Remember to test hard for a chance to win one of three DS213j’s.
    Find out more at: 
     
    http://www.synology.com/dsm/dsm4.3_beta_program.php?lang=us
     
    Applied Models for DSM & Packages


    13-series : DS213+, DS413, DS213, DS413j, DS213air, DS2413+, DS713+, RS10613xs+, RS3413xs+, DS1813+, DS1513+, DS213j
    12-series : DS712+, DS212, DS212+, DS212j, RS212, RS812, DS1512+, DS1812+, DS3612xs, RS3412xs, RS3412RPxs, DS112j, DS112, DS412+, RS812+, RS812RP+, RS2212+, RS2212RP+, DS112+
    11-series : RS3411xs, RS3411RPxs, RS2211+, RS2211RP+, RS411, DS3611xs, DS2411+, DS1511+, DS411+II, DS411+, DS411, DS411j, DS411slim, DS211+, DS211, DS211j, DS111
    10-series : RS810+, RS810RP+, DS1010+, DS410, DS410j, DS710+, DS210+, DS210j, DS110+, DS110j
    Applied Models for Packages Only


    9-series : RS409+, RS409RP+, RS409, DS509+, DS409+, DS409, DS209+II, DS209+, DS209, DS109+, DS109, DS409slim
    8-series : RS408, RS408-RP, DS508, DS408


    Dave
    Are you a TechNet subscriber?  If so you don't want to miss this episode.  Also, I'm going to tell you how to get 22Gb of FREE cloud storage in under 3 minutes.  We also talk about Google Reader replacements and then end of an era with Dave and Windows Home Server.
     
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    A new cloud storage option. Works pretty good.  Get 5Gb extra with my link here.

    https://copy.com?r=68EWRP  Forums Discussion about Copy.com

    Jim's Cloud Storage Guide

    What’s New in 2012 R2: Beginning and Ending with Customer-specific Scenarios

    Average Guy Podcast, 8.1, Server 2012 R2, and more.

    Farewell SBS

    Deploying and Managing Your Small Business with Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials | TechEd North America 2013 | Channel 9

    Windows RT, Windows 8, and Windows Server 2012 update rollup: June 2013:

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2845533

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2842575
     

    RSS Reader Alternatives

    Fever RSS is a roll your own, one time fee $30

    Feedly app on iPad Mini.  http://www.feedly.com/  Has a FireFox plug in as well.

    WP8 - NextGen Reader

    Feedbin Feed Wrangler Newsblur (my choice)

    Flowreader mentioned in chat.
     

    What will happen to my Google Reader data?



    All Google Reader subscription data (eg. lists of people that you follow, items you have starred, notes you have created, etc.) will be systematically deleted from Google servers. You can download a copy of your Google Reader data via Google Takeout until 12PM PST July 15, 2013.



    Will there be any way to retrieve my subscription data from Google in the future?



    No -- all subscription data will be permanently, and irrevocably deleted. Google will not be able to recover any Google Reader subscription data for any user after July 15, 2013.


     

    TechNet is not going away, just the subscription service;

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    TechNet agreement;

    http://technet.micro...s/cc294422.aspx

    Lots of free evals;

    http://technet.micro...-US/evalcenter/

    TechNet Virtual labs are very well done;

    http://technet.micro...-us/virtuallabs

    TechNet Virtual academy real classes for free; +1

    http://www.microsoft...ualacademy.com/

    MSDN if you really need it;

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    Dave

    Episode 126

    By Dave, in BYOB,

    It is Michael and I this week on the BYOB  and we get into Server Essentials 2012e R2, Server 2012 R2, Windows 8.1, and the final words on Mike’s Haswell builds.  Hope you enjoy it and remember to give us feedback on iTunes or your favorites podcast site.
     
    Links from the show:
     
    Download the 8.1  Preview
     
    http://thedocsworld.net/haswell-upgrade-part-1/
     
    http://thedocsworld.net/haswell-part-2-core-i5-4570s/
     
    http://thedocsworld.net/haswell-part-3-core-i7-4770/
     
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    Dave
    We've turned 30 and we are all Blue about it.  Windows 8.1 is out for RT and we go over it in detail.  Join Darren Cohen and Richard Hay for some in depth discussion and areas where we thing Microsoft did well and some spots we think need more work.
     
    Richard Hay can be found on Twitter, on the Web, and in audio form. Go subscribe!

    Twitter: Darren Cohen, David McCabe
    Darren’s site, darrencohen.me
     
    World Class Shownotes from Mrs. Shownotes are as follows:


    With Windows 8.1, can Microsoft get its mojo back? ZDNet, Ed Bott, June 27, 2013

    Hands-on with the Windows 8.1 preview ZDNet, Ed Bott, June 26, 2013

    At Build, Microsoft moving to post-PC era on its own terms, CNET, Jay Greene, June 26, 2013

    With IE11, Microsoft gets all touchy-feely, CNET, Don Reisinger, June 27, 2013

    Microsoft's pitch for hybrids: Tablets alone don't cut it, CNET, Brooke Crothers, June 26, 2013

    Sony’s Vaio Pro 13 Takes on MacBook Air, and Mostly Delivers, All Things D, Bonnie Cha, June 27, 2013

    BREAKING AND BIG: SkydrivePro w/ offline support for Win8 and iOS! http://blogs.office.com/b/office365tech/archive/2013/06/27/skydrive-pro-apps-for-windows-8-and-ios.aspx

    Windows Phone Apps:
     



    Flipboard is coming as well!



    ING App (banking very impt) Also coming to Windows 8



    Evernote Update to include reminders


    HDR Photo Camera
     

    Windows 8 Tablet Momentum Builds with Facebook and Flipboard Apps, abcNews, Joanna Stern, June 26, 2013

    Windows Store's app growth recovers from winter funk, Computer World, Gregg Keizer, June 27, 2013

    Microsoft claims 160,000 Windows Phone apps in store, drops dev costs, ZDNet, Liam Tung, June 27, 2013

    Meetup Info:

    September 21st, 2013

    Indianapolis, Indiana

    Holiday Inn Express, 9791 North by Northeast Blvd, Fishers, IN 46037

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    Dave
    On this episode of the Home Server Show we are going to install (or try) Windows Server 2012 Essentials R2 on my HP N54L. During the install we will be looking at Jim Collison's install screens and going over what's new, Virtual Machines, and a whole lot more.  We also go over Windows 8.1 and a little bit on RT.  Enjoy.
     
    Don't forget the YouTube for this one.  There are a lot of screens to see so the video might be better than the audio!
     
    Meetup 2013 Get registered!
     
    System Requirements and Installation Information for Windows Server 2012 R2 Preview
     
    Intro to Server 2012 Essentials R2
     
    Microsoft product datasheet and a 14 page product overview guide.
     
    Install and Configure Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials
     
    8.1 Preview is here!
     
    Windows Server 2012 R2
     
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    Dave

    BYOB Episode 125

    By Dave, in BYOB,

    This week we talk with Richard Gunther from the Digital Media Zone and Paul Braren from TinkerTry.com about home automation.  A special thanks to both of these guys for joining me to day.  It was a great show with three different view points and three different solutions.  Make sure you check out the Home On podcast and pay a visit to tinkertry.com for additional information.
     
     
     
    Links from the show:
     
    Home On Podcast
     
    Digital Media Zone
     
    Tinkertry Superguide
     
    Pauls Site:  TinkerTry
     
     
     
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    Joe_Miner
    By: John Stutsman
     
     
     
    This is Part II of the posting A First Time Build with Windows Home Server 2011 and HP ProLiant N40L MicroServer – Part I.
     
    In Part I, we saw how to take a Stock MicroServer (Stock Factory BIOS, Stock VB0250EAVER HP HDD, and Stock 2GB RAM) and added Windows Home Server 2011 (“WHS2011”) and two large HDD’s that we Mirrored in Disk Management of WHS2011 to create a Home Server that would do bare metal backups of our home PC’s and provide robust NAS performance.
     
    In this paper I wanted to take that basic build with a Stock MicroServer in Part I, move the OS Drive to the ODD bay, add another Mirror using WD Green Drives, and then measure its performance with NASPT at different RAM levels (2, 4, & 8GB).
     
    Note: the NASPT Benchmarks discussed in individual Postings are useful for Comparisons with the specific testing setup, network, and Client Workstation implementation in THAT Posting and should not be considered absolute benchmarks for comparison against results in another Posting.
     
    Starting with the final configuration in Part I, I shut down the MicroServer and moved the VB0250EAVER to the ODD bay area on top of the MicroServer. I used a StarTech BRACKET Metal 3.5” to 5.25” Drive Adapter Bracket a StarTech 6” 4 Pin Molex to SATA Power Cable Adapter and an 18’ SATA cable (any 18” SATA II or III straight connector cable should work). Using the 18” SATA cable I attached the VB0250EAVER to the ODD SATA port (Port 5) located on the MicroServer System Board. I then started up the MicroServer and hit F10 to go into the “ROM-BASED SETUP UTILITY” and went to BOOT submenu and changed the Boot order so that the VB0250EAVER would again be the 1st HDD in the Boot order.
     
     
     

     
    Figure 1 -- After changing the Boot order in the stock BIOS the VB0250EAVER performed well attached to the ODD SATA Port on the System Board with Stock BIOS
     
     
     
    Next I installed two WD30EZRX (WD Green 3TB HDD’s) in Slots 1 & 2 (Ports 0 & 1) of the MicroServer and using the Disk Management Application in the Server Manager of WHS2011 I initialized the two WD30EZRX’s and Mirrored them (creating Drive F) – this would be a software RAID1. I labeled this GreenMirror1 and in the Dashboard for WHS2011 I moved one Server Folder from Drive E to Drive F and I created a new Server Folder on Drive F to be a Target directory on GreenMirror1 for NASPT. Now I had NASPT Targets on Drives E & F (Mirror1 and GreenMirror1).
     
     
     

     
    Figure 2 -- Stock MicroServer with VB0250EAVER loaded in ODD Bay and 2 Mirrored Pairs of 3TB HDD's in Main 4 Bay Drive Cage
     
     
     
    Performance of Mirrors
     
     
     

     
    Figure 3 -- Drive E -- WHS2011 Data Mirror1 2xST3000DM001's
     
     
     

     
    Figure 4 -- Drive F -- WHS2011 Data GreenMirror1 2xWD30EZRX
     
     
     
    Performance NASPT
     
    During Home Server Show #225 Chris Kenney had told us that his testing showed that by increasing the amount of RAM in the MicroServer improved the NASPT test scores. This performance improvement can be seen in the following two figures for the Mirror of St3000DM001 drives and the Mirror of the WD30EZRX drives.
     
     
     

     
    Figure 5 -- NASPT Performance of Mirror1 (2xST3000DM001) on WHS2011 with 2, 4, & 8GB RAM
     
     
     

     
    Figure 6 -- NASPT Performance of GreenMirror1 (2xWD30EZRX) on WHS2011 with 2, 4, & 8GB RAM
     
     
     
    By comparing the performance of the two Mirrors at the discrete RAM levels (2, 4, & 8GB) I found an interesting piece of information.
     
    First, when I compared the NASPT Performance of GreenMirror1 (2xWD30EZRX) to Mirror1 (2xST3000DM001) with 2GB RAM on WHS2011 there is a distinct difference between the WD30EZRX Mirror and the ST3000DM001 Mirror. I was expecting this when I saw the Mirror performances in Figures 3 & 4.
     
     
     

     
    Figure 7 -- NASPT Performance of GreenMirror1 (2xWD30EZRX) versus Mirror1 (2xST3000DM001) on WHS2011 with 2GB RAM
     
     
     

     
    Figure 8 -- NASPT Performance of GreenMirror1 (2xWD30EZRX) versus Mirror1 (2xST3000DM001) on WHS2011 with 2GB RAM
     
     
     
    At 4GB RAM the NASPT scores were generally higher with a distinct difference between the GreenMirror1 (2xWD30EZRX) and Mirror1 (2xST3000DM001). Later, when I compared the NASPT Performance of GreenMirror1 (2xWD30EZRX) to Mirror1 (2xST3000DM001) with 8GB RAM on WHS2011 the scores for both were higher but there was virtually NO difference between the WD30EZRX Mirror and the ST3000DM001 Mirror. I was NOT expecting this. Clearly, one of the best things one can do for NASPT performance improvement in WHS2011 is to Max out the RAM to 8GB which appears to negate the differences (seen in Figures 3 & 4) in HDD performance in the different Mirrors.
     
     
     

     
    Figure 9 -- NASPT Performance of GreenMirror1 (2xWD30EZRX) versus Mirror1 (2xST3000DM001) on WHS2011 with 8GB RAM
     
     
     

     
    Figure 10 -- NASPT Performance of GreenMirror1 (2xWD30EZRX) versus Mirror1 (2xST3000DM001) on WHS2011 with 8GB RAM
     
     
     
    Conclusion
     
     
     
    As stated earlier: Clearly, one of the best things one can do for NASPT performance improvement in WHS2011 is to Max out the RAM to 8GB which appears to negate the differences (seen in Figures 3 & 4) in HDD performance in the different Mirrors.
     
     
     
    References
     
    First Timer MicroServer With WHS Build
     
    Useful MicroServer Links & References
     
    MicroServer Hardware Links
     
    MicroServer Blog Postings

    Joe_Miner

    Windows Server 2012 and Data Deduplication

    By Joe_Miner, in Hardware,

    By: John Stutsman
     
     
     
    One of the topics I had wanted to try in Windows Server 2012 was the Data Deduplication Server Role. I had read about it in Chapter 28 of Windows Server 2012 Unleashed some time ago and had been looking for a good opportunity to test it out.
     
    To centralize my storage, away from my Home Server, of saved Hyper-V clients and data that I wanted to use for testing, I converted an HP ProLiant N40L MicroServer to a storage server.
     
    My HP ProLiant N40L MicroServer storage server is configured:


    HP N40L ProLiant MicroServer
    16GB RAM – Kingston ECC KVR1333D3E9SK2/16GB
    Intel EXPI9301CTBLK Network Adapter PCIe
    Icy Dock DuoSwap MB971SP-B – Installed in ODD bay of MicroServer
    Adaptor: StarTech 6” 4-Pin Molex to SATA 15-pin Power Cable
    HighPoint Rocket 640L PCIe SATA III (6Gb/s) – used supplied cables to attach to DuoSwap SATA ports
    OS Drive C: Corsair F3 60GB SSD – in 2.5” slot of DuoSwap
    VM Drive D: ST3750630AS – in 3.5” slot of DuoSwap -- Old EX-487 System Drive – not very fast but good enough for just a handful of VM’s (till I get something faster – eventually I want to upgrade this to a WD Black drive or a WD VelociRaptor)
    Data Drive E: Mirror1 2 x ST3000DM001 – in slots 1 & 2 of MicroServer
    Data Drive F: Mirror2 2 x ST3000DM001 – in slots 3 & 4 of MicroServer
    Server Backup Drive: STBV3000100 -- attached to USB port
    Host OS: Windows Server 2012
    To use Data Deduplication you will need to go to the Server Add Roles and Features Wizard and add the File and Storage Services Role then expand the additional file services roles below it. Check the Data Deduplication Role and any additional Roles you need or want.
     
     
     

     
    Figure 1 -- Add the Role Data Deduplication to the Server
     
     
     
    Once the Data Duplication Role has been installed then all that is necessary is to go to the Server Manager => File and Storage Services => Volumes. Right click on a NTFS Volume to add the Data Deduplication too and select Configure Data Deduplication and follow the menu (enable deduplication, set a deduplication schedule, etc). I had set mine to deduplicate my data on Drives E and F after 5 days. On the 6th day when I check my volumes I saw that Drive E had a Deduplication rate of 86% while drive F had a Deduplication rate of 78% with a total savings of nearly 2.5TB of space on the two drives!
     
     
     

     
    Figure 2 -- Deduplication Rates and Duplication Savings for Data Drives E & F
     
     
     
    I’ve also applied the Data Deduplication role to my main Hyper-V server (the same server I demonstrated at the 2012 HSS Meet-Up) and achieved a 79% Data Deduplication rate.
     
     
     
    Conclusion
     
    Data Deduplication can achieve some amazing space savings on Windows Server 2012, please note however that when you backup data from a drive with Data Deduplication the data is backed up at its full size (i.e. without deduplication) so you should plan your backup drive size accordingly.
     
    Join us in the Forums and let us know What Kind of Deduplication Rate You Are Seeing with the Data Deduplication Role!
     
     
     
    References
     
    Windows Server 2012 Unleashed
     
    Introduction to Data Deduplication in Windows Server 2012
     
    Data Deduplication in Windows Server 2012
     
    From the MVPs: Windows Server 2012’s Data Deduplication feature

    Joe_Miner
    By: John Stutsman
     
     
     
    In the Forum Thread “First Timer MicroServer with WHS Build” I talked about how it was possible to get started with a stock HP ProLiant MicroServer, two large data drives in RAID1 (Mirrored in Disk Manager), and Windows Home Server 2011 (“WHS2011”).
     
    In this paper I wanted to take that basic build with a Stock MicroServer and measure its performance with NASPT.
     
    I started by taking a HP ProLiant N40L MicroServer and returned it to factory (or stock) defaults.


    I flashed the BIOS to the Stock HP BIOS
    I removed all PCIe cards
    I removed all the RAM I had in the MicroServer and replaced it with the factory 2GB RAM that came with the MicroServer
    I installed in slot 1 (Port 0) the 250GB VB0250EAVER that came in the MicroServer from the factory
    Next I installed WHS2011 onto the VB0250EAVER using instructions from “How to Install Windows Home Server 2011”. I didn’t need to install any drivers during the installation of WHS2011 but WHS2011 did have a large number of updates that needed installation.
     
    After WHS2011 had completed its updates, I installed 2 ST3000DM001’s in slots 3 & 4 (Ports 2 & 3) on the MicroServer leaving slot 2 (Port 1) empty and using the Disk Management Application in the Server Manager of WHS2011 I initialized the 2 ST3000DM001’s and Mirrored them – this would be a software RAID1. I labeled this Mirror1 and in the Dashboard for WHS2011 I moved all of the Server Folders from Drive D: to Drive E: (Drive E: being my Mirror1). I also created a new Server Folder on Drive E to be a Target directory on Mirror1 for NASPT.
     
    JPLTim has put together an excellent video on how to use the Dashboard in WHS2011 to add HDD’s and how to use the Disk Management Application to add 3TB+ drives to WHS2011.
     
    A RAID1 (or Mirror) provides a high level of resiliency but it is not a part of a backup strategy. You still need some form of 3-2-1 backup strategy to protect your data. One of the things that I like about a software Mirror (or RAID1) is that it is transportable in addition to offering resiliency.
     
    As part of a backup strategy I’d suggest considering setting up and using the Server Backup built into WHS2011. Server Backup in WHS2011 uses the VHD file format to store the backup data which limits the total size of backup source data to a maximum of 2TB. Additionally, WHS2011 Server Backup only supports volumes smaller than 2TB as the source which with my “source” drives being 3TB presented me with a problem. It is possible to at least remove the 2TB source volume restriction as outlined in a TechNET FAQ for Windows Home and SBS Backup.
     
     
     

     
    Figure 1 -- Registry Edit needed to increase accepted Source Volume Size
     
     
     
    Since I am using 3TB drives I chose to set “MaxVolumeSize” to something substantially larger than what I currently had such as the value for 5TB (5,497,558,138,880) which would allow me to go with 4TB drives in the future without needing an additional registry change.
     
    Here is a table I built in Excel to calculate the number of bytes for different volume sizes:
     
     
     

     
    Figure 2-- Calculation of number of bytes in TeraBytes
     
     
     
    Additionally, in File Explorer place your mouse on the mirror drive (drive E: in this case) and right click the drive then click the menu item Configure Shadow Copies….
     
     
     
    Performance
     
    The Performance of the stock HP drive VB0250EAVER being used as the WHS2011 OS drive is:
     
     
     

     
    Figure 3 -- 250GB HP Stock Drive VB0250EAVER used as the OS Drive for WHS2011 and Partitioned into Volumes C: & D: by WHS2011
     
     
     
    While the Performance of the Mirrored ST3000DM001 drives is:
     
     
     

     
    Figure 4 -- Two 3TB Drives (ST3000DM001) Mirrored (RAID1) with OS Disk Management in WHS2011
     
     
     
    I next measured the performance of WHS2011 with 2GB RAM and the Mirrored using the Intel NASPT v1.7.1 as described in Performance Comparison of Windows Server 2012 Essentials on the HP ProLiant N40L MicroServer and the HP ProLiant N54L G7 MicroServer. The Specifications of the Client Workstation that NASPT v1.7.1 operated from is the same as described in the above paper except that it is operating from the two Samsung 840 Pro’s in RAID0 VM drive described in Performance Using SSDs for VM Drives in Home Hyper-V Server on GA-Z77X-UD5H.
     
     
     

     
    Figure 5 – NASPT Test Results for Two 3TB Drives (ST3000DM001) Mirrored (RAID1) with OS Disk Management in WHS2011 with 2GB RAM
     
     
     

     
    Figure 6 -- NASPT Test Results for Two 3TB Drives (ST3000DM001) Mirrored (RAID1) with OS Disk Management in WHS2011 with 2GB RAM
     
     
     
    Note: the NASPT Benchmarks discussed in individual Postings are useful for Comparisons with the specific testing setup, network, and Client Workstation implementation in THAT Posting and should not be considered absolute benchmarks for comparison against results in another Posting.
     
     
     
    Conclusion
     
    The above basic configuration would cover most user’s basic requirements to protect critical files and provide a bare metal backup and restore for home PC’s while providing good NAS type performance.
     
    Additional considerations:


    Consider getting a book on WHS-2011
    To improve performance in the future you can add RAM.  WHS-2011 can work with a minimum of 2GB or a maximum of 8GB.  Check the RAM section of Hardware Links  If you decide to go with a RAM upgrade then Go 8GB ECC – to improve performance the RAM is the 1st place I’d start
    To improve Performance in the future you could also move or reinstall the OS onto a faster HDD or a SSD
    Another option to Improve Performance: instead of moving your OS to a SSD – for less $ you could use a faster HDD such as a 10,000 RPM VelociRaptor (“VR”) or use 2 x VR’s in RAID1 (Mirror) for greater resiliency or use 2 x VR’s in RAID0 for crazy high performance!
    Other Considerations:


    Before anything else – put in place a 3-2-1 backup strategy
    Look at something like StableBit Scanner or Home Server Smart 2013 to keep a constant check on the Health your HDD’s and to warn you before they fail
    Look for some type of Virus Protection for your Server
    Note though if you add on applications you'll probably need to add more RAM
    Check the Blog Postings Links at Useful MicroServer Links & Reference
    When/if you need to increase the storage space on your Server you could move your stock 250GB OS drive to the ODD bay and attach it to the SATA Port (Port5) on the System Board – with the stock HP 250GB drive you would not need to flash the BIOS to increase the speed of that SATA Port because that HDD is not fast enough to saturate it at the Stock slower speed (i.e. SATA I).  If you intended instead to put a SSD or a VelocitiRaptor or a ST3000DM001 in that space and use that or the eSATA port then you will need to Flash the BIOS-MOD and set the Ports to AHCI so that a SSD can have trim and so the Ports will run at a higher speed (i.e SATA II).   ===>>>  AFTER moving the OS drive you could put 2 3TB or 2 4TB drives or 2 5TB drives in Slots 1 & 2 and Mirror then and move some of your share folders to that new Pool OR if you had upgraded to a SSD as your OS drive and had put it in the ODD space there would still be enough space in the ODD for a 3.5” drive so you could add an additiona 3.5” drive in the ODD space plus 2 3.5” drives in Slots 1 & 2 and instead of a Mirror you could use DrivePool or DriveBender to create a Pool of those 3 drives and Mirror your Share Folders (Check Drive Extender Replacements)
    There are many other idea to consider in the Home Server Show Forums.
     
     
    References
     
    First Timer MicroServer With WHS Build
     
    Useful MicroServer Links & References
     
    MicroServer Hardware Links
     
    MicroServer Blog Postings

    Dave
    There is a new Microserver in town but what makes it better than the last generation? Listen in to hear all the details and whether or not you should get the last gen or step up to the new Gen8 Microserver.  Also, at the end of the show I'll list all the give away items i've collected so far for the 2013 Meetup. Enjoy and see you in the forums.
     
    Thanks to John, Kevin, Chris, and Jim for recording episode 227 with me.  This is a great group of guys and you can find them in the HSS forums. Join and chat today.
     
    Youtube available

    Shownotes provided by: Mr. Microserver

    HP ProLiant MicroServers

    Gen8 MicroServers

    Setup, Install, Configure

    Manuals

    User Guide

    Quickspecs  

    Pricing

    G2020T

    G1610T

    Intel Celeron G1610T

    PassMark

    Intel Pentium G2020T 2.5GHz  http://ark.intel.com/products/71069/Intel-Pentium-Processor-G2020T-3M-Cache-2_50-GHz

    PassMark  2528 TDP 35W  http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=Intel+Pentium+G2020T+%40+2.50GHz

    Intel C204 Chipset

    Quick specs   http://ark.intel.com/products/52804/

    Product Sheet  http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/chipsets/server-chipsets/server-chipset-c202.html

    Product Info http://ark.intel.com/products/52804/Intel-BD82C204-PCH

    Interesting comment at Tom’s Hardware on the C204 http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/xeon-e3-c206-workstation,2933-3.html

    HP Dynamic Smart Array B120i    http://h18004.www1.hp.com/products/servers/proliantstorage/arraycontrollers/dynamicsmartarray/index.html

    Gen8 Information Library   http://h18004.www1.hp.com/products/servers/management/unified/gen_8.html

    HP iLO Management Engine  http://h18013.www1.hp.com/products/servers/management/remotemgmt.html

    HP iLO Management Engine Library http://h18013.www1.hp.com/products/servers/management/unified/gen_8_ilomgmt.html

    HP iLO Management Engine Quick Specs http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/14276_div/14276_div.html

    Newegg links to Gen8 Microservers (thanks Chris)

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16859108028
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    Case tests on the Lumia 928, literally!  Siri on iOS7 fails live on camera and why doesn't explorer have tabs?  Richard Hay is back with Darren Cohen and we go over all the latest for you in Surface Geeks 29.
     
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    Tech Stocks: Sony and Microsoft square off, USA Today, Ben Mitchell, June 11, 2013

    No internet for Xbox One? Get a 360, says Microsoft, The Verge, Tom Warren, June 12, 2013

    First mini-Windows 8 tablet to ship next weekend, Woody Leonhard, InfoWorld, June 10, 2013

    Netflix app for Windows 8 and Windows RT receives minor update, WinBeta, Ron, June 11, 2013

    With Windows 8.1, Microsoft is aiming squarely at mobile devices, ZDNet, Ed Bott, June 12, 2013

    New Microsoft 'Windows Everywhere' ad crosses product boundaries, ZDNet, Mary Jo Foley, June 12, 2013

    Small and midsize companies in the cloud reap security, privacy and reliability benefits PRNewswire, June 11, 2013

    Bing Maps adds 270TB of Bird’s Eye imagery, the most to date, and expands Venue Maps to 4,700 in 59 countries, The Next Web, Emil Protalinski, June 11, 2013

    Bing-powered Siri joins Microsoft's anti-Google allies, PCWorld, Mark Hachman, June 10, 2013

    WWDC '13: Apple quietly highlights Bing (not Google) in iOS 7 update, ZDNet, Rachel King, June 10, 2013

    Siri: Will Microsoft's Bing give me quality search results? ZDNet, Mary Jo Foley, June 12, 2013

    Crazy Eddie or just Crazy: Microsoft Surface Sales at TechEd 2013, WindowsITPro, Rod Trent, June 11, 2013

    The June 2013 Surface Pro Firmware and Driver Pack Ready for Deployment, Window IT Pro, Rod Trent, June 12, 2013

    Apple Flatters Microsoft With Imitation, Business Week, Ashlee Vance, June 11, 2013

    Microsoft retrieves lost Windows Phone handset running on prototype software, The Verge, Tom Warren, June 9, 2013

    Acer Plans to Sell a Windows Phone 8.1 Device in 2014, Daily Tech, Jason Mick, June 10, 2013

    HTC Tiara Windows Phone 8 smartphone leaks online, Know Your Mobile, Ananya Prabhu, June 11, 2013

    Windows Phone Device Stats: June 2013, Paul Thurrott’s Super Site for Windows

    MapQuest arrives for Windows Phone 8, Engadget, Jon Fingas, June 11, 2013

    Major Overhaul To Nimbuzz for Windows Phone Brings A Long List of Changes, TruTower, June 10, 2013

     Apps of the Week

    TeamViewer for remote control on Windows Phone 8 (from the forum):

    Insider.  Tipped from Kyle who you know did a few shows here at Surface Geeks.

    Not Windows Phone Insider, which is a different app.

    My two Podcast consumption apps:

    Carbon Cast

    iPodcast

    I'll come back around to the other apps soon.  They all have great features and a podcast player app is a very personal decision.  These two apps may not be for you but I like what the developers have done so far and in my opinion these two devs have set themselves up for the best apps with future updates.

    Meetup Info:

    September 21st, 2013

    Indianapolis, Indiana

    Holiday Inn Express, 9791 North by Northeast Blvd, Fishers, IN 46037

    http://www.surfacegeeks.net/forums/index.php?/topic/488-surface-geeks-meetup-2013/

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    Dave
    Apple will get it's numbers from iPhone 4, 4s, and the iPhone 5 install base. That's where
    this opinion will get the claim chowder label. I'm telling you that iOS 7 is a failure unless Apple puts out a larger handset to support it.  Android sales are the first piece of the puzzle. Samsung's numbers cannot be discounted and Apple's jump to provide more granular control in iOS7 is proof of that.  The iPhone owners asked for it, begged for it, demanded it practically and they will get a first step towards more control of their handset but it will not go much farther than that as Tim Cook has eluded to the fact that their users don't want all those options.  I agree with some of that statement but there is a large segment of the population that does want more control of their handset. Those numbers matter.
    The nod to Windows Phone with iOS 7's new look will no doubt make iPhone owners to take notice of the growing handset and larger screen sizes.
     
    I'm not saying Apple iPhone numbers crater overnight.  We all know that won't happen. I'm just saying if Apple iterates the iPhone 5 platform it stands to lose to both Samsung and Windows Phone.
     


  • Our picks

    • I throw this out every once in a while.  Is anyone interested in writing up "semi-formal" reviews here on the forums?  I say semi-formal because they don't have to be pro level, just a good attempt at telling the story about the gear.  Something you have purchased lately.  You don't have to go buy stuff, just incorporate what you have already have purchased.  Hit me up with any questions.  You never know where it will lead!
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    • D-Link has dropped a couple of new products and additions to their lineup of smart home gear.  Hold on because there is a lot of gear!
      Let's start with cameras.  D-Link has new Wi-Fi cameras, the Full HD Pan and Tilt Pro Wi-Fi Camera (DCS-8302LH) and Full HD Indoor and Outdoor Pro Wi-Fi Camera (DCS-8526LH).  These are not just new, and good looking cams, they can now perform people detection and glass break detection.  The new cameras also feature expanded ways for customers to save video, including ONVIF Profile S, which enables custom storage and streaming options to personal NAS devices, built-in storage microSD capacity up to 256 GB, as well as free and paid cloud storage options. 
       

       
      This year's camera models include both an indoor and an outdoor model. The outdoor model features a spotlight and siren that can be triggered when motion is detected, deterring potential intruders. The indoor model pans around to give a full 360-degree view of any room and tracks motion. Both include two-way audio. 
      Full HD Pan and Tilt Pro Wi-Fi Camera is the model (DCS-8302LH), available in Q2, 2020, and retail pricing will be $99.99.
      Full HD Indoor and Outdoor Pro Wi-Fi Camera is the model (DCS-8526LH), available in Q3, 2020, and retail pricing will be $119.99.
      One of my favorite products is Wi-Fi.  D-Link has a whole lot of new products coming including Wi-Fi 6, Mesh, Alexa and Google Assistant integration, IFTTT, Parental Controls, and more!
       

       
      There are so many new SKU's that I can't make heads or tails of them!  I'm going to be speaking with D-Link more this week and will sort all of these out. I do want you to see all they are offering and what the release date and projected retail pricing will be.

      AC1900 Scalable Mesh Wi-Fi Router (COVR-1900-US), Q1 2020, $119.99
      AC1750 Mesh Wi-Fi Router (DIR-1750-US), Q1 2020, $99.99
      AC1900 Mesh Wi-Fi Router (DIR-1950-US), Q1 2020, $119.99
      AC1750 Mesh Wi-Fi Range Extender (DAP-1755-US), Q1 2020, $99.99
      AC1950 Mesh Wi-Fi Range Extender (DAP-1955-US), Q1 2020, $109.99
      Smart AX1500 Mesh Wi-Fi 6 Router (DIR-X1560-US), Q1 2020, $119.99
      Smart AX1800 Mesh Wi-Fi 6 Router (DIR-X1870-US), Q2 2020, $139.99
      Smart AX2400 Mesh Wi-Fi 6 Router (DIR-X2460-US), Q3 2020, $159.99
      Smart AX5400 Mesh Wi-Fi 6 Router (DIR-X5460-US), Q1 2020, $279.99
      AX1800 Mesh Wi-Fi 6 Range Extender (DAP-X1870-US), Q2 2020, $129.99
      AX1800 Whole Home Mesh System (COVR-X1872-US), QX22020, $269.99
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    • RESET Merch Shop
      Get ya Merch here!  I've created a T-Shirt shop with the famous RESET paperclip. I've pasted that clip on just about everything so you can wear it around town!  Cable bags, Coffee Mugs, T-Shirts, and more. 
       
      https://reset.threadless.com/
       
      or you can get it it via
       
      https://reset.fm/store
       
      Here is the main design.
       

       
      Below is a part of the order that I put in!  
       
       

       
      The Heather Grey above is the Extra Soft version and it is awesome.  I highly recommend the softness!    The "Chili Red" is the Tri-Blend and probably my favorite feel and color.

       
      This is the Zip-Up Hoody, Heather Indigo, Sponge Fleece, Men's, Large.  In my podcast I couldn't remember what style it was but it is Sponge Fleece. It's REALLY soft on the inside. Soft outside as well. The only problem is with the zip up hoody the logo is on the back. Regular hoody, it will be on the front.
       
      https://reset.threadless.com/
       
      or you can get it it via
       
      https://reset.fm/store
       
      Thank you for supporting this community. Everything you purchase will help keep the lights on the hard drives spinning.
       
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    • OneDrive Personal Vault and expandable storage
      Microsoft's OneDrive has a few new features and options worth pointing out.  Personal Vault and Expandable Storage.
       
      Personal Vault is a protected area in OneDrive that can only be accessed with a strong authentication method or a second step of identity verification, such as your fingerprint, face, PIN, or a code sent to you via email or SMS. 
       
      Personal Vault gives you an added layer of protection for your most important files, photos, and videos—for example, copies of documents such as your passport, driver’s license, or insurance information—should someone gain access to your account or device.
      Plus, this added security won’t slow you down. You can quickly access your important documents, photos, and files with confidence wherever you are, on your PC, OneDrive.com, or your mobile device.

       
      Beyond a second layer of identity verification, Personal Vault also includes the following security measures:
       
      Scan and shoot—Using the OneDrive app, you can scan documents or shoot photos directly into your Personal Vault, keeping them off less secure areas of your device, like your camera roll.
      Automatic locking—No need to worry about whether you left your Personal Vault or your files open—both will close and lock automatically after a period of inactivity.
      BitLocker encryption—On Windows 10 PCs, OneDrive automatically syncs your Personal Vault files to a BitLocker-encrypted area of your local hard drive.
      Restricted sharing—To prevent accidental sharing, files in Personal Vault and shared items moved into Personal Vault cannot be shared.
       
      Taken together, these security measures help ensure that Personal Vault files are not stored unprotected on your PC, and your files have additional protection, even if your Windows 10 PC or mobile device is lost, stolen, or someone gains access to it or to your account.
       
      Expandable Storage
       
      If you are and Office 365 Subscriber you get 1 TB of OneDrive storage space with all the other Office goodies like Word, Excel, etc.  I know personally that I have gone over the 1TB limit and have always wanted to be able to add additional storage to my account.  Now you can!

       
      Pick and option and keep on hoarding, errr, I mean saving! Cancel anytime, upgrade at any moment.
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    • Ubiquiti adds new items to the Unifi Line including UAP Flex HD and the Unifi Dream machine
      Ubiquiti has been busy.  There area ton of new items to recently released and I'm going to share two of my favorites.
       
      The UAP Flex HD and the Unifi Dream machine. The Flex HD is a mouthful of descriptors like most of UI gear is.  It's a 2Ghz 2x2 MIMO, 5GHz 4x4 MU-MIMO, POE, Indoor/Outdoor, multi mount, mesh point that is no bigger than a can of Coke.

       
      You will still need the Unifi controller although you can configure it with basic functionality with the Unifi App.  I've always found it's best to configure with your controller and then use the app as an add-on.  There are several mounting options that include sitting it on a shelf! That is something that Unifi has not had before unless you count the ceiling AP I have awkwardly mounted placed on top of a few books.  It can be found on the Unifi store for $179.
       
      https://store.ui.com/collections/wireless/products/unifi-flexhd
       
      The Dream Machine is an altogether different beast that I hope lives up to its naming.  This is the gateway drug, for lack of a better term, to the Unifi world.  The starter kit.  It is an Access Point, Gigabit Switch, Security Gateway, and the Cloud Key all in one package.  The latter being the most significant as this is something that has deterred new users from getting started with Unifi.  Requiring new users to purchase a $100 item just to run the AP's has been somewhat of a roadblock in the past.  Granted, that is improving every year with the ability to run it in the cloud, on a NAS, a Pi, Docker, MacOS, and of course Windows, it is still a barricade to getting up and running when manufacturers such as Eero offer simplicity in an app.
       

       
      The switch includes 4 LAN Ports and 1 WAN port.  All of which are Gigabit and security services such as IPS are rated at Gigabit speed. It's $299 in the Unifi store but I'm unsure how nicely it will play with other Unifi gear.  This may be a nice "first AP" with its built in Cloud Key if you can add additional units or other Unifi access points.
       
      https://store.ui.com/collections/routing-switching/products/unifi-dream-machine
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