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- About HSIHome System Integration was born out of the desire to share and learn new ways of connecting the different technologies many of us have throughout the home. From connecting a game console to a surround sound receiver to setting up a streaming media server, there seems to be a multitude of way in accomplishing these tasks. The crew at Home System Integration (HSI), being a group of IT professionals with an affinity for home theater and home technology, thought this would be a great place to share what we know in hopes that the rest of the world will share what they know in return! That idea has evolved into creating something bigger. This isn’t just a website with reviews and articles, this is meant to be interactive! This is about creating a community where no matter what your skill level, no matter how obscure the question, there will be someone here that can answer it! So please, come visit often! Share your opinions, knowledge, and especially your “lessons learned” about how to create something technologically stunning in your homes! Home System Integration Team Member Bio’s Tom Abell (a.k.a. Billy) – Editor in Chief Put simply, Tom loves technology! He’s…
Most people swore off WHS when Drive Extender was removed in WHS 2011, claiming the platform was forever dead. We now have hope of future iterations of WHS that include a DE replacement: Storage Spaces.
In response to similar price reductions Microsoft has also slashed the price of Windows Home Server 2011 to keep the momentum of the “Connected Home” moving.
Step-by-step instructions to connect your PC to your Windows Home Server 2011. WHS 2011 introduces you to the Connected Home beyond just a windows media server.
Step by step instructions on how to build the new Release Candidate Windows Home Server in a virtual environment on VMware server.
I quickly realized that my new Windows Home Server “Vail” workstation had no extra disk to be used for the nightly (if configured so) backups of each workstation I have connected to it from the warnings that were popping up on the workstation and laptop I had connected to the Vail side of the house. It just so happen to turn out that Micro Center was having a sale on 1TB drives…
Our friend Andrew over at Using Windows Home Server website has written an article that both exposes and also answers some of the nagging questions surrounding the support of the newer Hard Drives coming out called “Advanced Format Hard Drives” within the Windows Home Server …