Introduction In this post, I take you through a process of troubleshooting high pool usage using free tools available in the Windows Sysinternals suite and the Windows Performance Toolkit (WPT). I also show you how to resolve the issue by properly configuring the Cluster Shared Volume (CSV) cache using PowerShell command-lets available in the Failover … Continue reading Field Notes: The case of accidentally misconfigured Hyper-V Failover Cluster CSV cache
Introduction: In this blog I will not cover why we have to remove SMB v1 from production network, this have been already covered, probably one of the best articles covering this is https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/filecab/2016/09/16/stop-using-smb1/ I will cover how you can audit the usage of SMB v1 in your network, so you can disable it safely without … Continue reading Step by Step: Safely disabling SMB v1 from your production environment.
I have come across customers who auto enroll Azure AD domain joined Windows 10 devices in Intune and use the device management capabilities like enforcing compliance polices, configuring certificates, Wi-Fi, VPN, Endpoint and other profiles. These devices are remotely used, and IT team does not have much control. Most frequent ask is to rename the … Continue reading Intune Device Management – Renaming Windows 10 Devices
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 … Continue reading Creating symbolic links with PowerShell DSC