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Experience Windows Home Server Vail on a Virtual Machine

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Thanks to Microsoft for Pic

Are you chomping at the bit to check out the newest version of Windows Home Server codenamed “Vail”, but don’t have the extra hardware to build a new server? (remember, it needs to be 64bit hardware!)

Well, our friends over at Using Windows Home Server (http://usingwindowshomeserver.com/) have given a great review about how to run Vail on a Virtual Machine.  They’ve even included some tutorials from a couple of well known sites so that you can compare methods.

Check out the article here.

BTW, if you haven’t downloaded the beta of Vail yet, you can grab it here.  So download it and start messing with it because from what I’ve seen, it’s pretty sweet!  I have it downloaded, just haven’t installed it yet!

We will have a review of this newest version of Windows Home Server soon!

Stay Tuned!

About the Author

BillyPut simply, Tom (a.k.a Billy) loves technology! He’s been involved in the IT world since leaving the Navy in 1992 and has moved his way up to the top on the systems engineering side. After taking a short deviation into home automation, he’s never been able to shake his love for creating an environment of complete integration at home. If there is a way to make the various systems in his home more seamless (even if they weren’t originally meant to talk to each other) he’s up to the challenge of figuring out how to make it work!View all posts by Billy

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