I just got the Windows 10 upgrade notice on my main PC (Win7). So far I had decided to ignore the whole Win10 situation having gone through the unpleasant experience of buying a Win10 laptop for my daughter and despite a lot of effort not being able to get connector to work on the server. Having established a WHS2011 network with mostly Win7 clients (my other daughter has a Win8.1 laptop but fortunately it does connect) I was quite happy having all our data on a server running Drive Bender which regularly backs up the clients, and then Win10 arrived and f***ed that up. But now that I have seen the blue screen of Win10 upgrade I suppose I ought to have a proper think about it. Hence this post. If I go ahead and accept the free upgrade then clearly I am going to need to upgrade my server OS too. Can anyone advise me on this process? What server OS is guaranteed to accept Win10 clients? How painful is the server upgrade process?
Noticed that the time was a few minutes slow so RDP'd into the server to check. It's set to sync with the default time.windows.com but that doesn't seem to be working. When I click on manual sync the server responds with the correct time. But the WHS clock remains a few minutes behind. It's a pain as I run Logitech Media Server which in turn provides the time to my Squeezebox players.
This is the original WHS shipped with the product.