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Windows Home Server V2 (Vail)

Posted on 2010-11-18
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Hi, I install the trial version of wimdows home server and for some reason it does not support win 7 home premium. I been trying to track done info to find out if the new version  which should solve this problem ( I think it called Vail ) is out in the market for sell if not... is there a release date?
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Justin Owens earned 500 total points
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It is still in Beta, and I am unaware of a release date for it at this time.  You can sign up for the download from the first article entry here:

http://social.microsoft.com/Forums/en/whsvailbeta/thread/fbcf4393-ecc5-411d-9e18-310bd198cf48

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There were rumours that it was scheduled for the last quarter of 2010, but that is looking unlikely now. I think it's more likely that it will be first half / quarter of 2011 now.
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