Used Aruba tons, the only odd thing about that switch is it's their "Instant On" series, which I think means requires a cloud account to manage. They are good switches, just know that's a cloud model (Unsure if you can change it to local managed).
Regarding the OP - at 97GB ost I would look at archiving mail for sure. Reducing per-folder item count helps performance alot. Make sure he has an SSD and rebuild his profile as well.
2GB is a very old metric from back in the ANSI days. The newer versions of exchange/outlook are just fine...
If we need to limit traffic we do it at a software/setting level. Not at a legacy hardware legacy limitation.
We recycle/throw a couple pallets of equipment away a month. Dealing with finding enough people to take it who will use it isn't worth the time unfortunately.
So while it does "work" (/Activate) it does not mean it is properly licensed per Microsoft.
I was looking at upgrading a large number of workstations this way recently - so I called the microsoft licensing department to see if this would count as a legitimate install.
They told me that...
Necessary for your files is defined by you, not us. Would it matter if your PC goes stolen and all your data was accessed? Maybe there's nothing that you would care if stolen - but you just think your files shouldn't be openly accessible. Maybe your of the mindset of "I've got nothing to hide -...
Great cans but make sure you understand what open back means and how it affects you. These do not isolate sound, they bleed a lot of sound and also let a lot of sound in. They sound excellent (And are extremely comfy as others have mentioned) but are easily affected by any other noise in the...
Based on your signature I assume both machines are running windows? Are they both on the same subnet/network and not a guest WiFi?
What are you trying to share - a set folder? What OS/build is the "host" computer running? Newer builds of Windows 10 block SMBv1 by default - which may...
This guy has experienced what he is saying. I know because so I have I. ALL DRIVES DIE & data corruption is real.
The worst server recovery I have ever have to done was from an array that was corrupting data for months before we realized. Millions of documents rarely accessed. Most of our...
A few of my coworkers have this chair... our work offers to buy us them if we want/need. I find the cushions to be quite firm for my taste but the chair feels solid and well built. I enjoy the full back.
Personally I still stick with a mesh chair and like it... no idea on brand :D
Depends what the goals are for "playing with it". Raspberry does not support SSE2 AFAIK which would mean it doesn't even meet minimum sys requirements for vmware blast. I'm sure it would still run - but might be a poor experience.
The celeron they linked I think will give a much better...
I have been working on a "VDI-in-the-cloud" project as well over the last several months. Using VMware VDIs. Also with an already existing VMware horizons VDI on-prem (However the existing VDI is only used by remote employees).
We colo'd vmware servers in a datacenter and have data replicating...
100% this. While quickbooks will physically "run" it is a definite no no per quickbooks. Corruption is likely. From what I've read part of it comes down to the inefficiency of how the QB network communication was designed.
Running an RDS/RemoteApp is definitely the way to go.
A common reason I see switch performance drop over time fixed by a reboot is some kind of loopback or broadcast storm happening. Once the switch cache/buffers fill it starts to perform terribly and they clear on a reboot.
Maybe check out a Unitrends backup appliance? It can run on a VM. One neat feature is it could replicate your backups over to another machine (Called a replica) that is ready to spin up as soon as needed. It can do image snapshots using an agent running on the machines without interrupting the...
What you didn't state is... images or file level backup?
If you did image-level with something such as StorageCraft ShadowProtect for desktop - you could do say weekly full images with daily incremental. Then if you ever had to restore it would not included deleted files. The images can be...
I had a weird snapshot cleanup issue with Veeam and after working with support oddly enough removing the attached virtual CD/DVD drive resolved the issue on the VMs - I just ran a final consolidation and has been good since. It was a template I was seeing the same failures with across VMs.
Agreed... maybe try just redirecting the browser profile folders and see what happens? A short google gave me this 2 paths -
The option from VMWare might be looking into VMWare Persona...
Wondering if anyone has any insight or ideas here... essentially we want to use HP Remote Graphics Software to connect to virtual desktops running on ESXi with a shared virtual GPU being passed through to the guests for AutoCAD. Overall this works - however when we set the VDI...
Agreed. Heavy user here overall and I usually hit about 800-900GB on 75Mbps.
I'm a full time IT guy and dont see the need personally for anything higher except for faster ISO downloads occasionally lol..
What build are the Windows 10 machines? Win 10 Build 1709 (Fall Creators update) and later - do not include SMBv1.
I've just ordered one of the Digi 5 port Anywhere USB... hoping to plug in digital certificate USB tokens in so our VDI users can sign documents anywhere without having to bring to PC with USB token. Hope it works.
I just grabbed one of these for the same price, free 2 day shipping (But + tax)
$269.99 - Monoprice MP 27in Zero-G Gaming Monitor - 1440p, 144Hz, 1ms, FreeSync
I have a 27'' 1440p Monoprice IPS and love it. Going to run the new one as my gaming monitor and my IPS as my secondary.
Long password first.
Is 2 factor authentication an option? I'm not sure on MSN mail but it looks to redirect to an outlook/microsoft login portal.
3.5 stars seems meh. Anyone actually own this?
Was looking for a soundbar for my bedroom in the ~$100 range. Not really caring for much bass but a little wouldn't hurt. I rarely use the TV but would be nice for movies and when I have the AC blasting or windows open the built in speakers just...
My 2 cents here..
Used to work for an HP/SuperMicro/Dell reseller. Now work for a HP/Dell (almost all Dell) reseller.
I have to say overall I like Dell the most right now. I like the physical design of the HPs/think hardwares built a little better- but Dell's support is always quicker for me...
I have several Windows Server 2012 - 2016 hypervisors in different locations with a USB backup device connected directly to the host. I would like to find a new backup software solution that would run a software agent to run images on the servers. Currently using Windows Server Backup on the...