Month: April 2017

Learning OneDrive for Business Part 3 @OneDrive #OneDrive #MVPHour

Well this is just a quick update that after setting up my Symbolic Links in the Part 2 of this series. My Mapped Network Drive Files have started to upload. It seemed to take quite a while for the OneDrive for Business Sync Client to process all of the files prior to commencing the upload. The exact time is unknown to me at this time. I don’t really care because once this is done my old File Server is getting turned off As you can see from the screen shot above I only have 94K Files and about 300...

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Improvements to the Blog – We hope you like them #mvphour #mvpbuzz

We have been working really hard as a group of Community Evangelists to improve our blogging content and quality of the blog site. Over the past few weeks we have added some really cool new features to and we hope you enjoy them. New Feature #1 – Mailing List and Blog Subscription list We have long been asked to provide a monthly mailer and updates as content gets posted to the blog. Well we have finally found the time to get this done and all it takes from you is a few simple clicks on the main blog...

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Deploying Storage Spaces Direct – Part 18 #StorageSpacesDirect #MVPHour

In Part # 17 of this series we were working with some Cisco Meraki Infrastructure. I wrote that I didn’t feel that the Meraki Infrastructure Supported Priority Flow Control 802.1Qbb. I just heard back from Cisco Technical Support and they have confirmed the following:   ***********I redacted the support engineer’s email and such for privacy reasons Sam forwarded me your note.  I can confirm that flow control (802.1Qbb) is supported, but is not enabled on Meraki switches by default.  That feature requires a call to support (415-432-1203), so they can apply an override to turn it on.    ...

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The Ultimate Performance Tuning Guide for Windows Server 2016 #HyperV #MVPHour

I know a lot of us are always struggling to figure out the best way to optimize our Server Farms.   Well look no further… Checkout this Ultimate Performance Tuning Guide for Windows Server 2016. The best part is that you can actually download the entire document in a PDF.       You can check it out here:   In this guide This guide organizes performance and tuning guidance for Windows Server 2016 across three tuning categories:+ Server Hardware Server Role Server Subsystem Hardware performance considerations Active Directory Servers Cache and memory management Hardware power considerations...

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