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Noob Question Windows 7 Install

edited April 2013 in DrivePool

Sorry of this is a noob question but I am currently runnign WHS v1 and have not wanted to stop using it for the use of drive extender and the folder duplication.  But I will be building a new server in the coming days and came across Drivepool.

For the most part alot of the sreenshots and manual are based on Windows Server.  I installed Drivepool on Windows 7 and have been able to add a couple of drives.  However, I do cannot seem to determine how or if it is possible to have some type of GUI for folder duplication or overall drive information. 

Is this not available on Windows 7?

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  • Covecube
    There definitely is a GUI for it. Load up the StableBit DrivePool user interface (Start menu->All Programs->StableBit DrivePool->StableBit DrivePool.  (Or there about)
    From there, it should show a pie chart, and there is a small triangle on the bottom right side of the pie chart. Click on that, and it should bring up a menu. Select "File Protection", and there should be a "Pool Duplication" and "Folder Duplication" options there to select.
  • Ah beauty thanks!  Didn't realize that triangle could be selected and expanded.

    MT
  • edited April 2013 Member
    You'll love DrivePool, I'm an ex-WHS v1 user from while ago as well.  DrivePool is VERY flexible and reliable 
  • Covecube
    Yeah, if you're not aware that it was there, I could see how you could miss that.

    And yeah, DrivePool is much better than Drive Extender from WHSv1. :)
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