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Breaking Into Windows Server 2019: Network Features: Network Performance Improvements for Virtual Workloads

Hello World! Brandon Wilson here with another pointer to some of the new networking features in Windows Server 2019 straight from the Windows Core Networking team! In this week’s posting, the discussion surrounds enhancements to network performance for virtual workloads ... continue reading
Top 10 Networking Features in Windows Server 2019: #5 Network Performance Improvements for Virtual Workloads

Top 10 Networking Features in Windows Server 2019: #5 Network Performance Improvements for Virtual Workloads

Share On: Twitter Share on: LinkedIn This blog is part of a series for the Top 10 Networking Features in Windows Server 2019! -- Click HERE to see the other blogs in this series. Look for the Try it out ... continue reading
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Clustering FileServer Data Deduplication on Windows 2016 Step by Step #sofs #winserv #ReFS #WindowsServer2016 #Dedupe

Building a File server in Server 2016 isn’t that different tan in Server 2012R2 except there are different options, ReFS, DeDupe and a lot more options. As we start with the basic file server clustered and using ReFS and Data ... continue reading
Quick Reference: Recovery Options for Post-Mortem Debugging for Windows and Virtual Machines

Quick Reference: Recovery Options for Post-Mortem Debugging for Windows and Virtual Machines

Hi everyone, Robert Smith here to talk to you today a bit about crash dump configurations and options. With the wide-spread adoption of virtualization, large database servers, and other systems that may have a large amount or RAM, pre-configuring the ... continue reading
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Part 2 Ultimate Step to Remote Desktop Services HTML5 QuickStart Deployment #RDS #VDI #RDP #RDmi

Ready for Part 2 of the RDS setup.  As I did already an step by Step Step by Step Server 2016 Remote Desktop Services QuickStart Deployment  #RDS #VDI #RDP #RemoteApp Step by Step Server 2016 Remote Desktop Services QuickStart Deployment ... continue reading
New ransomware, old techniques: Petya adds worm capabilities

New ransomware, old techniques: Petya adds worm capabilities

(Note: We have published a follow-up blog entry on this ransomware attack. We have new findings from our continued investigation, as well as platform mitigation and protection information: Windows 10 platform resilience against the Petya ransomware attack.) On June 27, ... continue reading

Should you upgrade to Windows Server 2016?

We know upgrading your server OS can be a big investment, both in time and money. So why should you consider making the switch to Windows Server 2016 as soon as possible? Windows Server 2016 is an entirely new generation ... continue reading
Mysteriously Disappearing Start Menu Tiles and Roaming User Profiles

Mysteriously Disappearing Start Menu Tiles and Roaming User Profiles

Hello there, Chad Munkelt here! Are you still using Roaming User Profiles in your environment? Are you running Windows 10? Are you running non-persistent VDI’s? Do your Start Menu Tiles keep disappearing or become unstable? Then, you have come to ... continue reading
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No slowdown in Cerber ransomware activity as 2016 draws to a close

As everybody else winds down for the holidays, the cybercriminals behind Cerber are busy ramping up their operations. Following our discovery of a spam campaign that takes advantage of holiday shopping, we found two new campaigns that continue distributing the ... continue reading