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  • Blog Post: Windows ODX test (Offloaded Data Transfers)

    Hello, One of my NAS provider recent updates enabled some advanced features for the LUNs I wanted to test, before upgrading my entire Private Cloud fabric to Windows Server 2012 R2 and System Center 2012 R2. I am talking about the ODX feature my NAS LUNs are now capable of. As storage is the current...
  • Blog Post: Have a look at Windows Server 2008 R2 default Power plan

    Hi My basement allows me to run a mini digital plant at home. (Smile). Even if electrical power is pretty cheap in Quebec province (thanks to hydraulic electrical plants), you may want to have a look at the power plan your servers currently run: it may either over consuming power for nothing, or...
  • Blog Post: Clear Windows Server 2008 R2 Event Log

    Hi, When you work on various platforms, and change frequently your infrastructure settings, you may want to see how the servers react to these giving the platform some time to live with it. But you may also want to monitor and check that, after a settings change, the system runs as you wanted,...
  • Blog Post: Remotely test SharePoint 2010 software prerequisites

    Hi, Most of you know the long and pretty complicated list of SharePoint 2010 prerequisites. To help having them in place, we have the PrerequisiteInstaller.exe program. But what if you want to test they are present ... on a remote server using a remote Windows PowerShell session? I just finished...
  • Blog Post: Improved Start & Stop local SharePoint 2010 scripts

    Hi, There are few months I didn’t blog, and I am really sorry about that. The main reason for this is that I worked in SharePoint Engineering team for the last 6 months. I’ll give more details on that in a later post. Among the things I learned there, I dramatically improved my knowledge...
  • Blog Post: Starting to play with SharePoint PowerShell cmdlets

    Hello, As you may know, SharePoint 2010 ships with Windows PowerShell. Being an automation geek, passionate by process, services and tools, I began to have a look at the INCREDIBLE possibilities brought by this architectural choice. To start, I just retrieved the available cmdlets from SharePoint...
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