StableBit DrivePool Crack

StableBit DrivePool is a software application that integrates into the Windows Home Server to add a number of hard drives to a single storage pool.
One hard drive from an existing partition can be designated as the drive pool, and it will be automatically added to the Storage Pool when a new PC is connected.
Files and folders will be duplicated to the new hard drive, so that any files and folders written to the new hard drive will also be stored on the existing drive(s).
Documents, music, videos, photos, etc. that are kept on the drive pool will be protected against the failure of a single drive.
You can also designate specific folders as being duplicated. This way you can create separate pools for each family member, each server, or each branch office.
On the drive pool screen, you can view an estimated cost for the pool, and an estimated storage capacity.
When creating a drive pool, you can create as many hard drives as you would like, which means you can create a storage pool for every single hard drive in your home server.
You can also designate folders that you wish to be duplicated. In this case, any folder you designate is automatically duplicated to each hard drive in the pool.
If you want to use the storage pool, you simply connect the hard drives to the PC that will be using the storage pool. Any files and folders that were previously on the hard drives will be copied to the new drive.
If you do not use the storage pool, the hard drives will simply appear as additional hard drives.
You can use StableBit DrivePool with any Home Server to create drive pools.
Home Server uses a volume manager that lets you combine up to 26 hard drives into a single storage pool.
StableBit DrivePool has the capability to copy files to two separate hard drives in the event of drive failure. The resulting storage pool will provide the same protection against drive failure that is provided by a volume manager.
With this software, you can manage the storage pool by viewing an estimated storage capacity, as well as by viewing the hard drives and folders that are currently on the storage pool.
You can create drive pools for a number of different purposes. For example, you could create a pool that you use for files that you want to be backed up, and then use a separate pool for files that you want to be available.
You can also create drive pools for a family member, each server, or each branch office.

StableBit DrivePool Crack + For Windows

StableBit DrivePool needs to manage its own volume label (VDUID) since it doesn’t have a native volume manager (like the likes of SAN Logic or the Microsoft Volume Shadow Copy Service) and it also does not let you assign a volume label directly. So StableBit DrivePool creates its own on startup of the software with the keymacro VDUID=$(MD5($(DISKID $0:$1))). To keep compatibility with Windows Home Server 2011 and Windows Small Business Server 2011 Essentials, the VDUID can also be written to disk as FQN=$(QEMU_HARDDISK_NAME $0:$1).

There are three ways to interact with StableBit DrivePool: via a web browser, a command line script or via StableBit DrivePool manager.

Web interface: StableBit DrivePool only needs Internet Explorer for a web interface.
Command line script: A command line script is required to use the StableBit DrivePool manager.
StableBit DrivePool manager: The StableBit DrivePool manager is an application that allows you to set up and manage multiple StableBit DrivePools and their volume labels.

Supported system configurations:
Virtual Server 2008 R2 (using Hyper-V)
A virtualization platform that supports Hyper-V and the ability to create virtual machines running Windows Server 2008 R2 Essentials or Windows Home Server 2011

Supported software versions:
Windows Small Business Server 2008 R2 Essentials
Windows Storage Server 2008 R2 Essentials

See also
Disk cloning
NAS box
Software RAID
Synology DiskStation Manager


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What’s New in the StableBit DrivePool?

StableBit DrivePool is a utility built into Windows Small Business Server 2011 Essentials that allows a user to create a combined storage pool of their hard drives on Windows Home Server 2011. The drive pool includes all of the hard drives that are on the system and is ideal for backup scenarios and media streaming.

StableBit DrivePool Features:

Build a combined drive pool for all of your hard drives.

Create a storage pool for all of your hard drives.

Shares folders on the drive pool and have them be either duplicated or not duplicated.

Each folder on the drive pool can be a unique share point, or can be replicated to another drive.

StableBit DrivePool Setup:

DrivePool D-Drive Account Type:

Choose the type of account that the drive pool will be associated with.

StableBit DrivePool Account D-Drive D-Drive Name:

Enter a name for your drive pool.

StableBit DrivePool Access R-Drive:

Choose where the drive pool will be accessible from.

StableBit DrivePool Folder / Directory:

Select the path to the folder that will be used for the drive pool.

DrivePool D-Drive Type:

Choose how the drive pool will be configured.

DrivePool D-Drive Capacity (Gigabytes):

Choose how much space the drive pool will have.

DrivePool D-Drive Spanned (Gigabytes):

Choose how many additional drives can be added to the drive pool.

DrivePool D-Drive Free Space (Gigabytes):

Choose how much space is available on the drive pool.

DrivePool D-Drive Logical (Gigabytes):

Choose how many of the physical drives can be configured for the drive pool.

DrivePool D-Drive Primary (Gigabytes):

Choose how many of the physical drives can be configured as the primary drive in the drive pool.

StableBit DrivePool Shares:

The following settings are required for each share point.





StableBit DrivePool Shares:

All of the settings are required for the share point.

Options & Resources:

StableBit DrivePool will return a list of the drives that are on the system.

StableBit DrivePool will allow a user to choose if the drive pool can be duplicated.

StableBit DrivePool will allow a user to choose which drives will be considered as the primary drive.

StableBit DrivePool will allow a user to choose whether or not the drive pool can be spanned.

StableBit DrivePool will allow a user to choose what the capacity of the drive pool will be.

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OS: Windows XP SP2 or Windows Vista SP2
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E4300 / AMD Phenom 9950
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Hard Disk: 3 GB available space
Graphics: DirectX 9-capable video card with 1 GB or greater of dedicated graphics memory
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