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I've done window 2 windows rsync using the CygWin framework a couple of years back. Rsync + sshd is definently doable. I also found this and it looks like it might make windows-rsyncing easier than ever: http://www.aboutmyip.com/AboutMyXApp/DeltaCopy.jsp We usually clone the data to through physical disks first to make the "first sync" as fast as possible ...
Definitely try to right-size your VMs. If you have enough free virtual CPUs to be concerned about "CPU parking", you may have too many allocated to the VM. It's not a common request, so I'd just rely on the traditional resource management tools unless you're currently having a performance problem. Edit: You are having a performance problem. Make sure ...
It wouldn't matter. If you want to save power, allocate less cores to the VM guest. Windows will try to manage its "virtual" cores, but it has no control over the hypervisor so it wouldn't affect the actual physical CPUs on the system.
Nathan is right IMO, but I'll address your actual "questions": I read several times that it's not a good idea to expose a DC to the internet, so I was thinking of setting up RODC on a cloud server instead and caching some credentials there. The RODC still has to replicate with the DC at your HQ. And the cloud server itself would either have to be ...
Yes you can do that. Just keep your DHCP range deactivated. The DHCP server doesn't distribute ip addresses then. Also, it might be worth trying to google for a config file migration. A long time ago I also migrated a DHCP server from Win 2003 to Win 2008 and I remember that there are command line tools to export the config and static leases to a text like ...
Removing NTFS compressed logs fixed the problem.
What I've seen done to improve read/write performance throughput is to create a striped disk from several VHDs. My understanding is the block storage behind the network attached storage is SSD based.
If powershell is installed on the RMS or RMSe then I would write a script that would check that the healthservice, cshost and omsdk services are running. I would also try to identify a concrete event message that indicates that your SCOM environment has lost connectivity to the database; the OpsMgr log will surely show this but I can't recall one off the ...
Reading through the documentation for the various types of Matlab clusters, no where does it talk about using Windows Failover Clustering. See http://www.mathworks.com/help/mdce/configure-cluster.html
As background, Windows Failover Clustering is definitely the wrong technology for what you want. Right there in the name, it says "failover". It does not do distributed or compute clustering. Full stop - you're barking up the wrong tree. You should read up on Matlab's own documentation. Always read the vendor's stuff. MJS is a Matlab software component. If ...
Connecting to the machine is the only way to manage local groups on the machine, irrespective of the method of management (powershell, MMC, vbscript...etc) If the machine is in a domain then you should have a local group that contains a domain global group that contains the AD accounts that you want.
For everyone having issues with brand new R720 there are two options you need to disable in adapter settings to get it working properly with virtual machines. Do the following to resolve the slow network access issues on Dell R720 with Hyper-V installed. I faced the same performance issues while access via RDP and it was resolved by doing some ...
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