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Beta 2 of F-Secure for WHS

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Got this yesterday from the F-Secure guys:

This message is sent to everyone participating to the F-Secure Home Server Security beta program.


We just released a new beta 2 version of the product. It is available for you to download through this link:


The installation of this version works in the same fashion as with the previous beta. You can download the latest release notes and the quick installation guide through these links:


Release Notes:


Quick Installation Guide:


All the feedback such as bug reports should be sent to us by e-mail at address




F-Secure beta piloting team

So, go download the update now 🙂


Written by Andrew Edney

May 15, 2008 at 6:16 pm

Posted in Software

2 Responses

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  1. Is WHS just a testing platform in which to release “beta” products?

    It should be obvious to everyone in how F-Secure Home Server Security Beta 1 was full of bugs, 59588, 59678, 59748, 59808, 59824, 59826, 59958, 59964, 59965, 59993, 60001, 59725, 59742, 59686 and 59986. Meaning, this is a good reason why NOT to install and use “Beta” software on production machines.

    I would add, that when a world leader in software having released WHS last year still remains with their own proven design data corruption flaw (KB 946676) that surely it demonstrates to everyone just how Window Home Server remains unfinished to be completed and is why WHS is still not ready for the public to purchase at this time.


    May 18, 2008 at 1:27 am

  2. The whole point of a beta is to find the bugs and get rid of them. No one should ever expect a beta, especially a beta 1 product to be bug free. I have been running the beta and I havent experienced any problems so far – same for beta 2.

    As for the corruption bug, this will be fixed in Power Pack 1 which will be released shortly.


    May 18, 2008 at 8:09 am

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