Last Updated on 29 April 2013,
Total: 1 White Papers
Provides guidance for using the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010 and Sysinternals Disk2VHD to redeliver users’ old desktops as fully functional virtual machines... Read More
This article examines data center bridging (DCB) and Hyper-V networking performance... Read More
As explained in the part 6 of this article series, Office 365 provides various user roles which you can use to manage different aspects of an Office 365 Tenant. For example, the members of Company Administrator role can manage almost every aspect of an Office 365 Tenant. Similarly, the User Management Administrator role is designed to manage users in Office 365 Tenant. Members of User Management Administrator user role can manage user accounts, reset passwords, monitor Office 365 services health, and manage user groups and service requests. You may not want to put your business at risk by adding unnecessary people to these Office 365 user roles. We explained that by using Get-MsolUser PowerShell with Get MsolUserRole you can get a list of users that are added to each admin role.
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Tip explains how to optimize Client Computer performance when a DPM Backup job is in progress... Read More
Tip explains how to change Group Membership Polling interval on System Center Service Manager to improve performance... Read More