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Windows Live Onecare And Ximeta Ndas

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#1 bry1216


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Posted 04 January 2008 - 07:02 PM

Background information: When purchasing Windows Live OneCare, you get to install it on 3 seperate computers :)

I set up a laptop and desktop for my folks with Windows Live OneCare 2.0 on a Linksys router. Ximeta was attached to the same router as the network backup drive for Windows Live OneCare on both systems. The Ximeta software was loaded to both systems, also.

I then found out that Ximeta technical support did not understand Windows Live OneCare, but they are trained now :trumpet:. Funny thing is they told me it worked just fine before I ordered the Ximeta Drive :inlove:

Ximeta engineers never tested two pc's with Windows Live OneCare in a network scenario :thumbsup:.

Hmmm.... :woot: NDAS is a Network Direct Attached Storage! Did they really design this for 1 pc backup only!

Currently, both pc's will mount but only one can backup at a time. :flowers: This means one must be dismounted!

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