Windows Home Server x64 Connector Announcement Coming at CES 2008

Good news is on the way for those of you who wish to use Windows Home Server with x64 home computers.As many of you know, the Windows Home Server Connector does not currently support x64 home computers, which has caused a lot of frustration and angst amongst early adopters of the x64 platform. Microsoft have […]

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Good news is on the way for those of you who wish to use Windows Home Server with x64 home computers.

As many of you know, the Windows Home Server Connector does not currently support x64 home computers, which has caused a lot of frustration and angst amongst early adopters of the x64 platform. Microsoft have previously announced that they would provide x64 support for machines running Windows Vista (check out our Q&A with the WHS Team for more) - those of you running Windows XP x64 will have to upgrade, unfortunately.

The connector has been undergoing internal private test for the last few months, but I can confirm Microsoft will be making an announcement about x64 Connector availability at the International CES Show in January 2008.

Please note: This does not mean the x64 Connector will be made available at the CES show in January, but you will hear when it will be made available.

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