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August, 2009

  • Windows Server DFS-Namespaces Performance and Scalability

    The DFS-N test team has completed some extensive Performance and Scalability testing and we wanted to share some of the results. To start, here is a comparison of the performance of adding links to a standalone namespace. It includes data for Windows...
  • Using Windows PowerShell Scripts for File Classification

    by Anupadmaja Raghavan The File Classification Infrastructure in Windows Server 2008 R2 is great for classifying files based on file content and/or location. You can define rules that can discover sensitive files (such as those containing social security...
  • Three ways to design your DFS Namespaces

    Jose Barreto has a new blog post to help you understand how to design your DFS Namespaces. He covers three options to create a namespace that points a few folders in three different file servers: Simple mapping of shares Flattening out the tree...
  • File Classification Infrastructure blog posts by Titus labs

    Titus labs has posted some interesting blog posts that talk about FCI, SharePoint and how their product integrates with FCI Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 File Classification Infrastructure (FCI) Leveraging FCI in Windows Server 2008 R2
  • Marcello Hasegawa's Bio

    Marcello Hasegawa is a Software Engineer in Test with Microsoft’s Storage Solution Division. He graduated in Physics at the University of Sao Paulo in Brazil and holds a Master degree in theoretical Physics. Marcello Hasegawa worked previously for the...