One of the most useful capabilities that was introduced in Windows Server 2016 is the ability to deploy Nano Server VMs. As great as this capability is however, it takes a bit of work to put all of the necessary elements in place, and there are a couple of gotchas along the way. In this article, I will show you how the process works.
This article examines converged network adapters (CNAs) and Hyper-V networking performance.
This article continues the discussion of storage replication by preparing two lab servers for replication.
In the part 7 of this article series, we gave an overview of different types of operations performed by the Office 365 PowerShell cmdlets. By using the Office 365 PowerShell cmdlets, you can perform operations such as Collect, Create, Remove and Modify. As stated in in Part 7, Microsoft PowerShell developers follow a standard naming convention for most of the PowerShell cmdlets that have been designed so far. For create operations, most of the PowerShell cmdlets start with “New” or “Add” word. For PowerShell cmdlets that can be used to modify an object start with the word “Edit” or “Set” and for PowerShell cmdlets that perform a remove operation might have a “Remove” word in it.
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