Microsoft has pulled a Windows Vista on its Windows Home Server. A series of unspecified bug fixes and feature enhancements will push back the launch of the first appliances by up to 4 months.
Consumers will still be able to get their hands on the software by late September, but HP has decided that it would rather wait for a future update before it starts shipping its MediaSmart Server.
The consumer availability spares Microsoft from the embarrassment of an official delay. But HP's refusal to put its logo on the first product says enough.
If your willing to wade through shoulder deep marketing BS in a Microsoft blog posting, you can also detect a flat-out admission of guilt:
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