Posts Tagged ‘autoexit’

AutoExit 2011 Beta-2 For Windows Home Server 2011

May 31, 2011

It’s been a while since Beta-1 of AutoExit for WHS 2011 was released, but now you can rest assured Beta-2 is here!

This version mostly fixes issues that were present in Beta-1 and it had been made fully compatible with the release version of WHS 2011.
A new feature in this beta is that you can now also add non-WHS machines (which don’t have the WHS Client Connector software installed)

You can download it from the ASoft site.
Please report your bugs via this feedback page.

Some posts on AutoExit For Vail

October 4, 2010

There are some extensive posts/reviews out there discussing the new release of AutoExit (Beta-1 For Vail).
Check them out:

The guys from www.usingwindowshomeserver.com even created a video: check it out here.

Hatonotani
HomeServerBlog
HomeServerLand
HomeServerShow
MediaSmartServer
MonHomeServer
MSWHS
WeGotServed

AutoExit 2010 For Windows Home Server Vail

September 28, 2010

I have been very busy with porting my existing addins AutoExit & AdminiMe to Vail.
AutoExit is the first one to go out the door, this has 99% the same functionality as AutoExit 2009 for Windows Home Server but it looks very different to match the new Vail look and feel.

This is the first version (Beta-1) and will probably still contain some problems.
Make sure you read the guideline.pdf that is included!

Known issues:
- Wake On Lan is broken
- …
The AutoExit client is a separate installer like in version 1, in the next build it will be integrated into the installer of the addin.

You can download it here: http://www.asoft-ware.com/download.php?id=43
Please report your bugs via this page: http://www.asoft-ware.com/prod_feedback.php
Please fill out this survey: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s/329253/autoexit-2010-for-vail

Have fun!

AutoExit 2010 For Windows Home Server

AutoExit 2010 For Windows Home Server

AutoExit 2009 UR-1 Released!

July 16, 2010

It’s been a while since AutoExit has been updated; the reason is porting everything to Vail, digging into the new SDK, writing some articles, and working on the future versions of the addins… too much to handle actually ;-)

But… I finally managed to get some help to translate AutoExit into Spanish which a lot of people asked for.

Another new feature is that it now contains a commandline tool that can be used to execute shutdown/reboot/… actions.
This can be very useful in cases where you script or want to execute actions in other applications that then execute the commandline tool and have the power of AutoExit to shutdown/reboot/… machines.

I couldn’t have done the translation on my own of course, I got great help from F. Javier Fernández Gómez.
He did a great job, have a look yourself!

AutoExit For Windows Home Server 2009 Spanish

AutoExit For Windows Home Server 2009 Spanish

AutoExit 2009 reviewed on www.MediaCenterHouse.com

January 16, 2010

The author Stephen of www.mediacenterhouse.com has done a very extensive review of AutoExit 2009.
Have a look here: http://www.mediacenterhouse.com/forum/Thread-AutoExit

What is MediaCenterHouse? (from the owner)
www.mediacenterhouse.com is all about implementing Media Center PCs into your life – when HTPCs and DIY collide the results are fantastically addictive!
Featuring custom installs in living rooms (dens), kitchens, bedrooms and even bathrooms, the possibilities of where and how to use an HTPC are limitless.
From single PC PVRs to multiple HTPCs throughout the home served by a Windows Home Server, there is no system too small or large to be featured.

The have a forum here and a blog here.
Have a look for yourself!

UsingWindowsHomeServer Reader Awards 2009 – AutoExit #1!

January 3, 2010

The results have been published and AutoExit 2009 made it to #1 on UsingWindowsHomeServer in the category ‘Best Windows Home Server Software (Non Commercial)’
It made it to #2 on WeGotServed a few days ago.

AutoExit 2009 voted #1 on UsingWindowsHomeServer

AutoExit 2009 voted #1 on UsingWindowsHomeServer

Congratulations to snowdins with his second place with the P80 software!

Thanks to all people that voted!

Using Windows Home Server Reader Awards 2009

December 28, 2009

In my previous post I mentioned that it was that time of year again that WeGotServed had its well known Reader Awards.
AutoExit 2009 was selected and you could vote for it. (Only three days left to vote, so hurry up!)

But Andrew Edney of Using Windows Home Server is also having something similar for the first time!
And AutoExit 2009 made it to the final round and is also one of the nominated add-ins, in the category ‘Best Windows Home Server Add-in’. :-)
So go over here and get voting for all your favorite WHS goodies: http://usingwindowshomeserver.com/2009/12/28/using-windows-home-server-readers-awards-2009-finalists/

For WeGotServed, vote here: http://www.wegotserved.com/2009/12/21/vote-in-the-we-got-served-reader-awards-2009/

Enjoy!

WeGotServed Reader Awards 2009

December 22, 2009

It’s that time of year again, you can go over to WeGotServed and vote for your most favourite WHS goodies (HW/SW,Addins,…).
Even AutoExit 2009 is in the list of nominations :-)

Go and give your vote over here: http://www.wegotserved.com/2009/12/21/vote-in-the-we-got-served-reader-awards-2009/

AutoExit on the Windows Home Server Team Blog

November 16, 2009

For those of you that don’t know http://windowsteamblog.com , it is a combination of blogs from various Windows Teams within Microsoft.
It’s a great resource for first hand information from the teams themselves and highly recommended!

Last month they started with a post that discusses 3 WHS add-ins, and today AutoExit is one of the lucky ones to be discussed.
You can find the post here: http://windowsteamblog.com/blogs/windowshomeserver/archive/2009/11/16/windows-home-server-add-ins-d-link-d-viewcam-autoexit-and-diskmgt.aspx

5 great add-ins according to LifeHacker.com

November 6, 2009

LifeHacker has published an  article on ‘Five Great Add-ins to Power Up Your Windows Home Server Console’.
AutoExit is featured in it, you can find the article here.


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