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How to Build a Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V Test Lab

Need to build a lab from home or work? Learn what you need to build a Windows Server r2 Hyper-V lab with this in-depth guide.

Aug 30, 2013|Aidan Finn

Hyper-V

Disable the Integrity Bit of VHDs Copied to an ReFS Volume Using PowerShell

Use PowerShell cmdlets to get your VM with copied virtual hard disks up and running on a ReFS volume! Learn how in this guide.

Aug 21, 2013|Aidan Finn

Hyper-V

How to Store Hyper-V Virtual Machines on SMB 3.0 Storage

Storing VMs on SMB file shares can help lower storage costs. Find out how to use Hyper-V virtual machines on SMB 3.0 storage in handy walk-through.

Aug 7, 2013|Aidan Finn

Backup & Storage

Configuring Simple Storage Spaces in a Failover Cluster

Need more space? Increase storage by configuring storage space in Windows Server to create a failover cluster.

Aug 5, 2013|Aidan Finn

Backup & Storage

Windows Server 2012: SMB 3.0 and the Scale-Out File Server

Wondering what's up with SOFS? Learn the basics of Windows Server 2012 SMB 3.0 Scale-Out File Server in this article.

Jun 17, 2013|Aidan Finn

Backup & Storage

Windows Server 2012 SMB 3.0 File Shares: An Overview

Want increased performance, scalability, and availability but need to watch your pennies? Discover how storing Windows Server 2012 VMs on SMB 3.0 file shares makes it happen.

Jun 5, 2013|Aidan Finn

Virtualization

Microsoft’s Assessment and Planning Toolkit – Planning for Virtualization

Server virtualization can save money by making better use of your hardware resources. Even so, deciding which servers should be virtualized, and which server should host which virtual servers is something of an art form. In this article, Brien Posey shows you a free tool from Microsoft that can help you with the planning process.

Apr 24, 2009|Brien Posey

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