Manfrotto Clamps and Arms, NAS Home Servers, Mame Pi for Gaming and Dashcams – HT154
Bill Paulmenn (@BillPaulmenn) and Andrew Morris(@unrealshots) join Jim (@jcollison) and for show #154 of Home Tech Podcast brought to you by the Average Guy Network.
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Andrew’s WHS v1 box has died – He recovered the data and tried a migrate to 2011, however the backup service won’t backup an Enterprise domain-joined machine.
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Synology 1513+ – http://amzn.com/B00CM9K7E6
QNAP currently out front, as it has the capability to run as a PVR, XBMC media center, however Bare Metal Restore is dependent on a third party software such as Acronis True Image… Which I’ve not currently tested on a domain joined workstation
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One thought on “Manfrotto Clamps and Arms, NAS Home Servers, Mame Pi for Gaming and Dashcams – HT154”
I just listened to this podcast and as a long time user of Windows HomeServer (v1 and 2001) and Server 2012 Essentials I can sympathize with Andrew’s plight of not being able to backup enterprise clients (especially if they aren’t on the same domain). That being said I was doing some research tonight and stumbled across http://www.urbackup.org/index.php?lang=en. I’m just testing it now on a linux based VM backing up my Windows PC (which is on a Server 2012 Essentials domain) and so far it seems good. There is an installer for Windows that should install the client on either a Windows Server platform or even just a Windows 7/8 PC. I thought I would bring this up and see if anyone else is interested in testing this along with me. As a side note I don’t own or have any affiliation with this program, and while the interface is a little raw, it certainly is functional and could be a free set it and forget it backup platform.