MPIO: Enable Path Check

By default this feature value is not enabled, the paths are checked during a problem. Open a PowerShell command prompt and enter the following command to check the status of PathVerificationState: Get-MPIOSetting   To enable path checking, enter the following command: Set-MPIOSetting -NewPathVerificationState Enabled Restart the server to take account of the configuration.

DirectAccess – Installation – Configuration in Windows Server 2016/2019

DirectAccess is a feature available with the Remote Access role, which allows you to set up an automatic connection solution to the corporate network for mobile computers or for small remote sites. Unlike a VPN, the connection is initiated directly by a service on the remote computer, which allows for similar behavior if the workstation …

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Nano Server: Generating and Using a Windows Nano Server Virtual Disk

Nano Server Console

Nano Server Overview Nano Server is a version of Windows Server that has made its appearance with Windows Server 2016, which is a “light” version of a Windows Core (without GUI) that installs the following roles: Hyper-V containers IIS DNS File Server (SOFS). Complete presentation : https://docs.microsoft.com/fr-fr/windows-server/get-started/getting-started-with-nano-server Unlike the “normal” versions of WIndows, the Nano …

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IPAM: Installing and Configuring IP Address Management on Windows

Lancer la découverte des serveurs

IP Address Manager (IPAM) is a feature built into Windows Server that allows you to set up an administrator tool and analyze DHCP scopes and have an IP address base within a computer network. In a server environment where multiple Windows DHCP servers are in use, IPAM provides a single interface to manage all servers. …

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Enterprise CA: Installation and Configuration with Windows Server

Management console

In this tutorial, I will explain how to set up an enterprise CA that is linked to an Active Directory, unlike the stand-alone CA. This type of CA allows you to automate certificate generation with direct submission to the CA. Automatically issue computer and user certificates to, for example, secure VPN access with Windows NPS. …

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