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October 29, 2009

Updated: SSD Drive and Controller List

Updated the SSD Drive and Controller List with: G.Skill Falcon 64GB, 128GB, 256GB; G.Skill Titan 128GB, 256GB; Intel X25-M 80GB, 160GB; Intel X25-E 80GB, 160GB; Kingston SSDNow M-Series 80GB, 160GB

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October 27, 2009

Updated: SSD Drive and Controller List

Updated the SSD Drive and Controller List with: OCZ m84, p84, Solid V2, and SuperTalent RaidDrive Series

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October 24, 2009

The SSD Drive and Controller List

SSD’s are becoming more commonplace and are available from a multitude of vendors. Despite a high level of vendor diversity for the drives themselves, there are only a few SSD controller options available, and the vendors do not necessarily list which controller a given drive has. In an effort to simplify the research process, the following list will be updated with which drives contain which controllers to make comparisons easier.

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October 7, 2009

Understanding Windows Home Server User Access Permissions

Microsoft Windows Home Server allows for multiple user accounts, and each user account can be set up with different permissions to various folders. This can be an invaluable tool to restrict access to documents and folders on a WHS. First the list from least to most access is:

None – The user cannot view or otherwise modify files in the shared folder. Read – User can view files, and do things like open the files, but cannot move, modify, add, or delete them. Full – User can open, add, remove/ delete, modify, move files and sub-folders
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