Creating symbolic links with PowerShell DSC

Background In an Azure Windows VM you automatically get a temporary disk drive mapped to D: (on Linux it’s mapped to /dev/sdb1). It is temporary because the storage is assigned from the local storage on the physical host. So if your VM is re-deployed (due to host updates, host failures, resizing, etc.), the VM is…


Resolving WSUS Performance Issues

Introduction I have recently come across multiple customers that are having issues with a High IIS Worker Process, causing the Servers to flatline,  so I wanted to take some time here to run you through all of the steps that you can follow to remediate this issue.     So what is the Issue exactly?…