Windows Server Work Folders Resources List

Hi folks, With the introduction of Work Folders last year, we wanted to make sure we also offer great documentation and supporting content that IT Pros can use to successfully install and manage Work Folders in their enterprise environments.  This effort eventually manifested in a series of blog posts, TechNet articles and videos. To make… Read more

Deploying Windows Server 2012 R2 Work Folders in a Virtual Machine in Windows Azure

Hi Folks, Here is another great blog post by Siddhartha Singh , who is one of the senior test leads in the Work Folders team. He has documented the steps required to deploy Work Folders on an Azure VM (IasS). While the process is similar to an on-premise deployment , there are some aspects that… Read more

Performance Considerations for Work Folders Deployments

Hi all, Here is another great Work Folders blog post that shares information about work folders performance in large scale deployments. The content below was compiled and written by Sundar Srinivasan who is one of the software engineers in the Work Folders product team. Overview One of the exciting new features introduced in Windows Server… Read more

Monitoring Windows Server 2012 R2 Work Folders Deployments.

Overview Work Folders is a new functionality introduced in Windows Server 2012 R2. It enables Information workers to sync their work files between their devices. This functionality is powered by the Work Folders service that can be enabled as a Windows Server 2012 R2 File Services Role service. Work Folders relies on a set of… Read more

Storage and File Services Powershell Cmdlets Quick Reference Card For Windows Server 2012 R2 [Preview Edition]

Hi, my name is Roiy Zysman and I’m a senior Program Manager in the Hybrid Storage Services team. Last year, with the introduction of Windows Server 2012, we published a File and Storage Services PowerShell cmdlets quick reference sheet. The motivation for this reference card was to provide a set of common Windows PowerShell cmdlet… Read more