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PostPosted: Wed Mar 03, 2010 4:51 pm 
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Hi Everybody,

I've purchased the EX490 a couple of week ago, the decision to buy it was made with help from this forum...

The last week o so I've been playing with the setup, also because I'm running SQL 2008 (express) on it and now I would like your suggestions for some fine tuning.

I've got:
1,0 TB Standard drive (no data on it)
1,5 TB WD drive (to use for data)
1,5 TB WD drive (to use for backup)

What do you guys suggest for the best way to store data? Just add all the drives via the WHS console and set them up as "Storage Drives", or

To add them as "Server Backup Drives" and share them via the Remote Desktop?

I would like to mirror the 1.5TB Data drive to the Backup drive, but the WHS and Remote Dekstop dont have this option.

Thanks for your suggestions.

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Sander


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 03, 2010 9:07 pm 
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Yes you can't 'mirror' the drives to my knowledge, but you can enable folder duplication and have it setup that way.

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