The installation process is fairly straightforward, and has a Vista-esque feel to it; after a few short questions regarding serial number and hard drives, the installer will tell you that it will complete the installation by itself, without user input. The installer will erase all your hard drives, and warns multiple times before doing so (in fact, you need to acknowledge this fact before WHS will install). This is the case because WHS will use all the available storage on your machine for its storage pool. It will create a SYS (C partition for the operating system (10-20GB), while using the remainder for storage..Check it out over here.
Windows Home Server RC1 reviewed
Posted on Tuesday, Jun 19 2007 @ 03:01 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck