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  • Blog Post: Complete PC Backup (Vista and Vista SP1) / Windows Server Backup (Longhorn Server) and BitLocker FAQ

    Are the Backups secured? Yes . The Complete PC Backup (CPC) or Windows Server Backup (WSB) can be only invoked by a user belonging to either Administrators or Backup operators Group. § Disk: Backups are ACLed to be accessible only for only Administrators and Backup Operators Group. § Network...
  • Blog Post: Top 10 Common Causes of Slow Replication with DFSR

    Have you ever felt your DFSR infrastructure wasn’t quite replicating up to your expectations, but didn’t know where to begin diagnosis? If this is the case, we recommend taking a look at this recent post by Ned Pyle , our resident DFSR expert: Top 10 Common Causes of Slow Replication with DFSR . It’s...
  • Blog Post: Disk Defragmenter FAQ

    [Last updated 4/26/07] Why did you simplify the Disk Defragmenter interface? The Windows Vista Disk Defragmenter was simplified primarily for the purpose of removing it out of the face of the user. It runs periodically and keeps your file system fragmentation at acceptable levels, making it unnecessary...
  • Blog Post: Understanding Virtual Disks in iSCSI Target Server

    Context In Windows Server 2012 R2, iSCSI Target Server made significant improvements in its persistence layer by providing larger, resilient, dynamically-growing SCSI Logical Units (LUs) that are based on the VHDX format. For more details on what is new in this release, see my previous blog post iSCSI...
  • Blog Post: New guides posted on Microsoft Downloads page

    Hello, Just a quick update: we had new content posted on Microsoft Downloads page. Check it out below: Windows Server 2008 : · Windows Server 2008 Step-by-Step Guides Contains interesting Step-by-step articles, like: - Configuring a Two-Node File Server Failover Cluster - Configuring a Two-Node...
  • Blog Post: File Backup in Windows Vista FAQ

    [Last updated 4/26/07] On Windows Vista, how can I restore a .bkf backup made using NTBackup in Windows XP? Use the NT Backup Restore Utility located on the Microsoft Download Center. The new File Backup is too simple. Why didn’t you add more features, such as location-based backup? The file backup...