Monthly Archives: January 2016

Add a printer to a local computer PowerShell

 Add a printer to a local computer This command adds a printer with name “mxdw2” to the local computer. The “mxdw” printer uses the “Microsoft XPS Document Writer v4” driver and the “portprompt:” port. The “portprompt:” port prompts for a … Continue reading

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Windows Server 2012 R2 Work Folders

The popularity of smartphones, tablets, laptops, and other mobile devices has led some companies to adopt a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy, allowing employees to use their personal devices to conduct business and access company resources. However, a BYOD … Continue reading

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Configuring Disk Quotas on NTFS Volumes

To enable disk quotas Open My Computer, right-click the disk Data (E:) volume for which you want to enable disk quotas, and then click Properties. On the Quota tab, click the Enable quota management check box. Specify the quota limits, … Continue reading

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Windows Server 2012 + Advanced Storage Solutions = Datacenter Elevation

In this session we cover the new storage innovation in Windows Server 2012 by showing intelligent storage offloading (ODX), an overview of the storage integration between Windows Server 2012 and NetApp for Remote VSS, and continuous availability enabled by SMB … Continue reading

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Shadow copy feature in Server 2012

TecNet – Volume Shadow Copy Shadow copy feature in Server 2012 is used to restore previous versions of files and folders. Shadow copy backup feature is must faster than traditional backup solution. But this doesn’t mean that traditional back solution is replaced by … Continue reading

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