Category Archives: DPM

2015 Microsoft Virtual MVP Conference – Session Highlight #3

The System Center stack has come a long way and has even more great improvements coming down the pipe in 2016.  Pete has been doing working with the System Center suite for a long time and knows his stuff about … Continue reading

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System Center 2012 R2 Update Rollup 1 (KB2904734)

The System Center Team release (KB2904734) System Center 2012 R2 Update Rollup 1 today with high hopes by admins everywhere that this will start to plug some of the large holes in the products under the System Center Umbrella released  … Continue reading

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From the DPM Storage Calculator–DPM 2010’s Biggest Weakness

The newest versions of the Storage Calculators for DPM 2010 were republished and they confirm what has plagued me for years when trying to backup Hyper-V VMs to disk.  If you look at the screenshot below from the DPM 2010 … Continue reading

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Virtualization Group – Boston Deck is Now Uploaded

The presentation deck from last nights Virtualization Group – Boston is now uploaded.  You can get it from the link below or view decks from my recent events from the “Shared Files” section in the right-hand bar. VirtG-Bos 02/16/2012 – … Continue reading

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Could System Center 2012 be Good for 3rd Party Hyper-V Vendor Market Share?

The upcoming Microsoft System Center 2012 licensing changes are a good value for many customers, previous or new.  For those already using a previous System Center suite or may have been using individual components of the system center family, the … Continue reading

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Blog Highlight: Add Possible Owner to a Cluster Shared Volume

Came across this Post for an issue when adding a new node to and existing Hyper-V R2 SP1 cluster where the new node did not get added as a possible owner of the CSV disks or of the Quorum.  The … Continue reading

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