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  • Windows Server 2012 Failover Clustering Dynamic Quorum

    Hello community, Today I want to point you to a really useful blog of one of our community contributors - Aeval Shah – who has written an interesting blog about the new WS 2012 Failover Clustering Dynamic Quorum. Please go here  ( http://blogs.technet...
  • Hyper-V and BIOS power plans (c-states)

    “Scotty, I need more power!” Growing up watching Science Fiction programs, one of my favorite characters was Scotty from Star Trek. He always came through in a tough situation with an answer that would get more performance or power from the Enterprise...
  • Hyper-V Cluster Shared Volume Monitoring

    My name’s Thomas Roettinger and I am a private cloud and virtualization Premier Field Engineer over Microsoft Germany. Today I am writing about the availability of Cluster Shared Volume monitoring in System Center Operations Manager. The new...
  • Hyper-V Dynamic Memory and Host Memory Reserve setting

      My name is Nick Eales and I am a Premier Field Engineer based in Sydney, Australia. I specialize in Hyper-V and Failover Clustering. Today I am writing about the following registry setting for Hyper-V’s Dynamic memory which was introduced with...
  • Hyper-V VM Partition Alignment

      Hello everybody. This is Cristian Edwards Sabathe from Microsoft Spain. Today I am really happy to write my first post on our new World Wide Virtualization PFE blog. Our team has lots of talented PFEs and I am a lucky man to be part of it. I am...
  • ARP Spoofing Prevention in Hyper-V 2008 R2 SP1

    Note: This article only applies to Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1. Please refer to this site if you want to learn how to implement ARP Spoofing in Windows Server 2012 using Port ACLs  http://blogs.technet.com/b/wincat/archive/2012/11/18/arp-spoofing...