Microsoft said problems discovered during testing are prompting it to delay a planned Power Pack 3 update to the Windows Home Server product.
The software maker blog posting this week that it has had to delay the release until later this year., but said in a
"As with past software releases, our team will not ship the official final release of Power Pack 3 until the community has validated our work," Microsoft said. "We expect to deliver before the end of the year."
Although Power Pack 3 is designed to offer improved compatibility with Windows 7, the software maker discovered during testing that in some cases there were problems backing up data with Windows 7 PCs in conjunction with home servers.
The initial release of Windows Home Server also faced issues including, most notably, a bug thatin rare circumstances. That issue was .