Glitch in Windows Home Server Corrupts Files

Company warns users of a variety of applications not to edit files hosted on the server.


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Posted December 31, 2007

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Microsoft has issued an alert to users of its recently released Windows Home Server not to save or edit data files directly to the server because it may cause corruption of the file.

Windows Home Server is a scaled-down and modified version of Windows Server 2003, meant for home users and consumers. It's designed to provide simple, fast backup of data files from main computers that can be easily restored in the event of data loss.

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