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Topic # 24575 28-Jul-2008 10:03
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I am thinking of getting a WHS as an easy way to have expandable backup (mirrored) storage.  I have considered NAS drives but they dont seem to have the expandibility (at the same cost) as WHS.

My main concern is power consuption from an always on server.  The system will be basic (probably a Celeron chip, 1gb ram and 2 hard disks).

Does WHS have a power down, wake on lan type function?

Anything else I should think of when buying?


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  Reply # 152026 28-Jul-2008 11:46
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Jeff Atwood had a recent post on his blog about building ultra low power PC's which you might find interesting.




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