Windows Home Server Power Pack 1 Public Beta with Data Corruption Bug Fix

The Windows Home Server team blog has announced a forthcoming public beta of Windows Home Server Power Pack 1 in May, which’ll be a combined release that bundle the fix for the data corruption bug (KB946676) with the release of Power Pack 1. The team is making great progress on the data corruption issue.  We […]

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The Windows Home Server team blog has announced a forthcoming public beta of Windows Home Server Power Pack 1 in May, which’ll be a combined release that bundle the fix for the data corruption bug (KB946676) with the release of Power Pack 1.

The team is making great progress on the data corruption issue.  We plan on releasing a beta of Power Pack 1 with the data corruption bug fix to our hardware and software Partners, Microsoft MVPs, Windows Home Server Insiders, and Microsoft Employees in April.   And then based on feedback and additional testing, we currently plan on releasing a public beta in May.  If you are interested in participating in a future public beta, go to http://connect.microsoft.com/WindowsHomeServer to register.  When the Power Pack 1 software is ready for public testing, we will contact the people that have already registered at the Windows Home Server Connect site with more details on the public beta program.

Source:→ WHS

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