Some NTFS recommendations

Technorati Tags: NTFS,Windows Server Recommended disk cluster size for NTFS During windows installation windows formats the partition based on the geometry of the disk, following table shows what is the recommended cluster size based on the size. CLUSTER SIZE         MAX NTFS VOLUME SIZE (bytes RAW) 512   2,199,023,255,552 (2TB) 1024 4,398,046,511,104 (4TB) 2048 8,796,093,022,208 (8TB) 4096…

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Windows Search 4.0

Windows Search 4.0 lets you perform an instant search of your computer. Windows Search 4.0 helps you find and preview documents, e-mail messages, music files, photos, and other items on the computer. The search engine in Windows Search 4.0 is a Microsoft Windows service that is also used by programs such as Microsoft Office Outlook…

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System Center Data Protection Manager (DPM) 2007 Guides now available

Getting Started Technorati Tags: Data Protection,DPM,System Center The Data Protection Manager (DPM) 2007 Getting Started Guide provides quick access to tasks required to protect and recover your data, and includes a Quick Start Guide that provides scaled down instructions for installing and configuring DPM 2007.  Get this guide and some other important implementation guides below….

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Upgrade paths available for Windows Server 2008

Technorati Tags: Windows,Server,2003,2008,R2,Upgrade,Server Core If you are currently running: You can upgrade to: Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition (R2, Service Pack 1 or Service Pack 2) Full Installation of Windows Server 2008 Standard Edition Full Installation of Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition (R2, Service Pack 1 or Service Pack 2)…

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Windows Server 2008 in the Enterprise an overview

Technorati Tags: Windows Server 2008,Overview,Web,Virtualization,Foundation,Infrastrcuture,Security By now you have either heard or read something somewhere that Microsoft is about to release a new Serve operating System. The new server operating system is Windows Server 2008, slated for world wide release on February 27 2007. I have now been working with and presenting on Windows Server…

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