Ramblings of a Home Server User

July 1, 2009

UPDATED: Changes on the Horizon

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tom @ 8:30 pm

UPDATE (July 1, 2009): New blog has launched over at http://www.tomontech.com, please check it out, and update your RSS subscriptions.

After two years of blogging on Ramblings of a Home Server User, and several months of inactivity, I’ve decided that it’s time for a rebirth. I’ll be changing the name of the blog, as well as moving to my own hosting, where I will have more flexibility over my blog. I will also be expanding my focus from just Windows Home Server to all things relating to Windows. This transition will be completed by the end of the summer, so please stay tuned right here for the latest.

Don’t worry, I’ll still be available to help with questions on installing Sharepoint on Windows Home Server, and I don’t plan on changing my e-mail address.

I know there are several blogs that are focused on Windows out there, and I’m curious to know what is missing. What information do you want to know? Do you want interviews with people from Microsoft, product reviews, how-to guides? Please send me your ideas, I’m very interested into what the community wants. I make no guarantees that I’ll be able to satisfy everyone, but I will do my best provide you, the community, with the information you want to see.

Please email me: tom at homeserverblogger dot com, or follow me on Twitter, http://twitter.com/tziegmann




  1. Howdy mate. I just bought my first server and found youre blog throug the MS Windows Home Server page. Im very pleased to see youre giving this site a “rebirth”,its a awsome site you got going here and i need every bit of information i can get. I do have a couple of questions id like to ask you,so if youre around that would be awsome.Im going to subscribe and return,im on my way out now,and i hope you will keep writing. How to guides and basic info on installing,like what to write when youre asked for youre provider.Im trying to use my windows Live,but im not getting something,otherwise it would work.Right?.

    Comment by eveningztar — June 2, 2009 @ 6:37 am

  2. Hi there – I downloaded your instructions on setting up Sharepoint Services on WHS. I setup everything successfully however, I am still having a problem getting the database to transfer with the batch files. The Sharepoint site seems to be using both database files. The one on the C drive as well as the one on the D drive. How can I fix this?

    Comment by brian — September 9, 2009 @ 4:09 pm

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