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Step by Step Server-to-server storage replication with Windows Server 2019 Storage Replica AdminCenter

In the old days all File servers where on one place, and if you want to replicate data you needed a extra tool to do this. Now days its already build in into Windows server. Storage replica can be used in several ways, replicate data from one Cluster to another or to Azure. but in […]

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Step-by-Step: How to Trigger an Email Alert when a Windows Service Starts or Stops on Windows Server 2016

Introduction In my last post. Step-by-Step: How to Trigger an Email Alert from a Windows Event that Includes the Event Details using Windows Server 2016, I showed you how to send an email alert based upon specific Windows EventIDs being logged in a Windows Event Log. While that works great for most events it is not

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Step-by-Step: Trigger Email Alerts from Windows Event with Event Details on Windows Server 2016

Introduction Setting up an email alert is as simple as creating a Windows Task that is triggered by an Event. You then must specify the action that will occur when that Task is triggered. Since Microsoft has decided to deprecate the “Send an e-mail” option the only choice we have is to Start a Program.

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Microsoft Azure Hub-Spoke model by Enterprise Design 1 of 4 Azure Cloud

Azure Hub-Spoke Architecture Microsoft Azure Hub-Spoke Architecture This Enterprise reference architecture shows how to implement a hub-spoke topology in Azure. The hub is a virtual network (VNet) in Azure that acts as a central point of connectivity to your on-premises network. The spokes are VNets that peer with the hub, and can be used to

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Step-by-Step: How to Trigger an Email Alert from Windows Performance Monitor

Windows Performance Counter Alerts can be configured to be triggered on any Performance Monitor (Perfmon) Counter through the use of a User Defined Data Collector Set. However, if you wish to be notified via email when an Alert is triggered you have have to use a combination of Perfmon, Task Scheduler and good ol’ Powershell.

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