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We have a DSv2 azure VM with Windows Server 2012 R2, with a 1TB premium storage virtual disk added. This will be hosting a marklogic database where it is normally required the write-caching be disabled. The operating system reports that this can not be done see screenshot

Is there any way to do it? Does write caching on this type of virtual disk not pose a problem for databases for some reason? The link that says "how can I change the write-caching setting for this devices" does not function.

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I found this link helpful, will be glad if it will help you.

http://hyper-v.nu/archives/hvredevoort/2013/07/keeping-your-virtual-active-directory-domain-controllers-safe/

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