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  • Blog Post: How to optimize your Windows Server 2003 Print Failover Cluster

    There are a lot of administrators that need to maintain a highly available Print Server running on Windows Server 2003 RTM/SP1/R2/SP2 Failover Clusters Hopefully with this series of blog posts, you will be able to create a solid printing environment where you can maintain close to 99.99% uptime* and...
  • Blog Post: IRPStackSize and Clusters.

    What is IRPStackSize? IRPStackSize stands for I/O Request Packets (IRPs) Stack Size. The count of IRP stack locations used by default for AFD (Ancillary function driver). Specifies how many stack locations the Server service (srv.sys) establishes for I/O Request Packets (IRPs). On some Windows Server...