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The reason is most likely that Sever 2003 R2 uses SMB 1.0, While Server 2008 R2 uses SMB 2.1. The linked article there has a table which shows what version of the protocol you'll be able to use with which client-server combinations. A connection to Server 2003 R2 will always be limited to SMB 1.0. The newer versions of the SMB protocol include many ...


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Did you use the defaults for the 2003 server's disk files? 2008 is smart and uses an aligned offset, 2003 does not so you do multiple IOs because the actual blocks on the storage do not align with the blocks inside the VMDK's NTFS file systems. It really does cause some big problems. n) Also 2008 does have some perf improvements so from a Win 8.1 box you ...


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Here is some powershell code that will add the registry key: $myRegKeyBase = "HKLM:\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\HTTP\Parameters" $myRegKeyName = "ErrorLoggingDir" $myRegKeyVal = "D:\inetput\logs" # Create Key property if it doesn't already exist $myRC = New-ItemProperty $myRegKeyBase -Name $myRegKeyName -Value $myRegKeyVal ...



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