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I have a RAID 1 setup now and want to be able to take an external eSata SSD and add that to the RAID 1. I want to be able to have to ability to take all my data I have on my computer with me when I travel. My question is this possible? And if it is will I have to recreate the RAID when I return? And If I can do all this will I have to ability to change the files on my SSD drive and return that back to my main computer with out loosing the data?
I know that this is way to complicated and if there is an easier way with software to do it I am all open to ideas.
A solution for you would be gotomypc.com this will allow you access to your files at home where ever you can get an internet connection. Your files will remain on the home computer (unless you choose to move them) and you can work on them through the gotomypc portal. I have seen it in action with my brothers company it works well.
Chad Mockensturm Network Engineer Certified CompTia Network +, A +
I ended up using SyncBack to Sync the My Documents folder and moved the outlook pst file to the USB Drive and told outlook to view it from the drive every time I open outlook. Which surprisingly works!