What hard drive supports drive manager windows home server?

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I want to manage files in my drive with windows home server. What hard drive supports drive manager windows home server?

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What hard drive supports drive manager windows home server?

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You can use just about any drive available as long as it has the required space. The minimum required for the older versions of WHS are 65 GB of space for your main drive other requirements are 1.0 GHz processor, at least 512 MB of RAM and 100 Mbit/s of wired Ethernet. For Windows Home server 2011 the requirements are 160 GB of drive space, 1.3 GHz dual core or 1.4 GHz single core processor and 2 GB of RAM.

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What hard drive supports drive manager windows home server?

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Hi Crewe,

Using the Windows Home Server drive manager do not require a specific type of hard drive. You can use any hard drive as long as it meet the Windows Home Server minimum system requirements. Your processor must be at least 1.0 GHz Intel Pentium 3 or equivalent. The RAM must be a minimum of 512 Mb in size. To have more reliable and faster processing, I suggest to have the maximum size of RAM your pc can get. The primary drive must have 65 Gb available space for this software. A 100 Mbit/s wired ethernet cable is also needed for networking purposes.

I hope this works for you.

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