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  # 963604 8-Jan-2014 23:12
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Here is my server.



It is struggling to run Server 2008 now so not sure if it could handle 2012. Might end up using it somewhere int he cloud instead.

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  # 964054 9-Jan-2014 19:23
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Currently running WHS v1 and only has 8 GB free !! There is a shiny new 3 TB drive waiting to be installed, an upgrade to 2012 would be the icing on the cake !!


 
 
 
 


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  # 964129 9-Jan-2014 20:55
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Another Microserver in the mix.
Running ESXi with a 2008 lab, would love to start running 2012!

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  # 964177 9-Jan-2014 22:21
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This is my home lab environment and the PC I intend to run this software on :



I intend to experiment with making the storage on the NAS as iSCSI

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  # 964201 9-Jan-2014 23:36
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Here's my tower of mid range power, currently not doing much other than backup duties running Win7.





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  # 964271 10-Jan-2014 08:49
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This will be my 'hardware' I'll be running it on:

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  # 964480 10-Jan-2014 13:12
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Here is my Server rack with old and new equipment with the black rack servers in the centre.


 
 
 
 


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  # 964555 10-Jan-2014 14:22
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CB_24: This will be my 'hardware' I'll be running it on:


Technically it's what you use to connect to what it's running on :-P

It's also what I'd be using if I won :-)




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this my home lab environment

oh wait, I'm not eligible to enter the competition ;)


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  # 964586 10-Jan-2014 14:54
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nathan: this my home lab environment

oh wait, I'm not eligible to enter the competition ;)



Show off ! :) 

/me wanders off to get his Amazon S3 AWS Lab Photos.



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  # 964819 10-Jan-2014 17:57
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nathan: this my home lab environment

oh wait, I'm not eligible to enter the competition ;)


When did we get a Microsoft Data centre in NZ?  Bit of a commute each day if it is overseas I would think - you'd get to work 2 hours after it was time to go home :)

also, seems to be missing basic developer  facilities like a coffee machine.




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  # 965703 12-Jan-2014 20:32
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Congrats Lurker!

Hopefully an R2 giveaway may happen sometime :-)

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  # 965706 12-Jan-2014 20:39
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Awesome!

And many thanks!

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  # 965776 12-Jan-2014 22:39
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And just when I finally dug up a photo of my home lab :-) Bit out of date, the two HP boxes are long gone, the lab has moved, and the switch has been upgraded :-)





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