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pischk
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#486903 28-Jun-2011 14:44
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What I have now ... nothing in terms of a server, but desperately need one so I can create a media server that doubles as a location to backup our computers.  We have two laptops and a desktop. 

We have two small children (6 months and 3 tear old) and my wife goes crazy with the pictures and videos. Would like the peace of mind that these keepsakes are safe (via backup) and have the ability to share them with other devices in the house (media server).

I hope you like my picture ;-)

Thanks for giving us this opportunity to win!

RobertT
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  #487256 29-Jun-2011 09:09
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I recently built a rig for testing and study - 6 core CPU and a lot of RAM. Problem is, if I'm testing several Exchange servers, SCCM 2012 and SCOM 2012, a DC, several SQL servers and a NetScaler VPX, she grinds to a halt. A nother box to offload to would be perfect!


 
 
 
 


andoman
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#487288 29-Jun-2011 09:59
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Helpppppppp.....!!!
Im running 5 different business from home across 4 Desktops and 2 laptops.....
Ive got 1 500GB external HD....
Im in trouble arent I......?

I need something (HP Microserver) in-case it all falls over.....!!!
or else I'll be sharing the dog box with my Boxer - Winston"


A man that needs to wear the "Underpants Again"......! 

SpookyAwol
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  #487319 29-Jun-2011 10:48
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Im not entering the draw, Ive won my fair share for the year :-)

Good luck to all of those that have put their entry in! 
Although I do want....mmmmmmmm

bluejaffa
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  #487331 29-Jun-2011 11:00

Currently use an old laptop as home server. Too underpowered and lacks expandability to be really useful. This HP server looks to fit the bill nicely, to run several VMs that us geeks seem to need to run at home to continue being geeks.

ekud
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  #487348 29-Jun-2011 11:21
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Currently my server is my laptop which recently got covered in juice, It doesnt have long left and i sense the end is near for it!




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sooby
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  #487400 29-Jun-2011 13:14
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Not currently running a server at home, have to admit that the HP Microserver looks the business!

 
 
 
 


Foo

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  #488507 2-Jul-2011 08:54
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Well, better late than never to enter this comp. With an HP Microserver, I too, could take off to the moon. Or something.



CampbellD
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  #488846 3-Jul-2011 17:30
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Great Home device! I want one!

Damon 

leeh007
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#488929 3-Jul-2011 21:45
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Currently using a AMD 1500+ home build pc running windows home server (v1) which is making lots of noise from the strain...

Really be good to get  a proper server before everything melts!

Great site guys... 

Davy
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  #489055 4-Jul-2011 10:00
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Aah yes, I would so love a server - with both of my home PCs having died recently I've completely lost track of where all my pictures have gone. At least I removed the hard drives before biffing them though ;-)

marsman
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  #489122 4-Jul-2011 12:34
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Would love a server to replace my dual pII 400mhz (with a whooping 512mb ram) nas setup =).

GJones
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  #489517 5-Jul-2011 09:26
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Alas no server at all here!  so anything would be an astronomical improvement! would be rather nice to have and be able to finally set up a proper home network!!  Thank you HP!!!!!!!!!! (preemptive joy... :-)  )

image of current server incl.... 

oxnsox
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  #489528 5-Jul-2011 09:40
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Just spent some time in Christchurch cleaning up my folks red zone place. Found my original 'server' in their garage (A Panasonic cassette machine) in a liquifacted state. That plus I was dirty meant no pix, but it did remind me to come and put my hand up here for something a bit more this century.

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  #489930 6-Jul-2011 09:29
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UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE

This competition is now closed - I have contacted the winner and the timer is running... I will let you folks know who s/he is when I get a confirmation. 



    




 

 

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