It really didn’t take much to sway me down the Windows Home Server 2011 route. It was that or either Windows Server 2008 R2 but WHS 2011 is pretty much Windows Server 2008 R2 anyway, except a little cheaper.
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If you have a look at the specifications on the Microsoft website here you will see it says:
Windows Home Server 2011 Keygen Key
– 1.4 GHz x64 processor.
– 2 GB RAM
– At least one 160 GB hard drive.
Sorry, what? At least 160 GB hard drive?. You must be joking? Well they are not, I had it crap out on me on install when I removed the default 250 GB drive from my system, but check out the workaround I adopted below.
- 2 x USB drives (either USB Keys, bus powered USB drives or anything else you can think of) one needs to be a minimum of about 5GB the other can be sub 2MB, yes. 2MB!
- 1 x ISO for Windows Home Server 2011 (and a valid serial key)
Here’s how to do the install.
1. On your local windows machine (hopefully this one) fire up your inter web explorer up and browse to this location http://www.isotousb.com/
2. Download the “isotousb_setup.exe” which is located mid way down the homepage
3. Stick in the first USB (6GB+ USB) into a USB drive
4. Run the exe and install the software using all the defaults (removing any ads if any)
5. Launch ISO to USB
6. Select “Browse” and you got it, browse to the location of the ISO file
7. Select your USB drive from the drop-down list (next to the Refresh button)
8. Tick the box that says “Bootable, only supports Windows bootable ISO image.”
9. Change the File System to “NTFS” (probably not even needed but I dislike anything with the name FAT in it)
10. Change the name to “WHS2011” (Anything sub 11 characters)
11. Select “Burn”
12. Read warning 1 and if it is the correct drive, click “OK”, do the same for the 2nd box.
14. Once that’s all done and you get a happy information message, close that down
15. Remove the USB key, and stick in the other 2MB (min) flash drive
16. Format the drive in NTFS (Done via file explorer, right click, format, select NTFS, then OK – Google it if you have no idea)
17. Create a new text file on the drive and rename it to “cfg.ini” – Make sure that you can see the file extensions and that it has a little cog on it, if it doesn’t, un-check “Hide extensions for known file types” in the Windows Explorer properties box (Tools, Folder Options, View) and remove the .txt
18. Open this file with notepad and paste in the following (and nothing else)
(Kindly adapted from here)
19. Save that and go and plug both the USB’s into the micro-server.
20. Make sure you only have the 1 disk in the system (the SSD) then boot the system up.
21. Wait for a little bit while it does the installation, catch it just as it reboots and remove both USB’s. (If you don’t, its not a big issue, it shouldn’t reinstall again and should just be waiting
on the default install screen, remove then reboot to complete the rest of the set-up)
22. Fill in all the other details and licence keys just like any other Windows / Server install and then you’re done!
Oh, just before anything goes wrong. “check it before you wreck it!”. but really, its not my fault if you screw up!