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An interesting article but my results beggar belief(is there a decimal point missing?).
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Wise there was a way for me to go into my reserve space, if there is a tool or new inform that Microsoft can sent to help me better my disk space I would love for them to help me do so.
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Hi Cosmos and thank you for this extremely useful explanation.I am hereby assuming (please correct me if I'm wrong) that you can manually "regulate" slabs size by tweaking the "New-VirtualDisk -AllocationUnitSize" parameter.If my assumption is correct then why creating a New-VirtualDisk via PowerShe...
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@Jeremy707, we have been working with printer vendors and the like to remove SMB1. Progress is being made on this front. Sometimes not as fast as we would like.
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Hi @carlosmayol, thanks! The title is a play on an old British phrase: The King is dead, long live the King! King is replaced with Queen when the monarch involved is female, of course. It is used when the monarch passes to signify a change in monarch. The first King/Queen is the one who has passed a...
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