Category: Microsoft

Jan 24

Microsoft ReFS new driver version fixed all issues!

Hi, the confirmation that beta ReFS driver version 10.0.14393.1934 fixed all issues, including from those with very large volumes. And reported are not just those repository server lockups fixed, but also a significantly improved performance of all backup operations. These were all excellent news, and got even better news in response: looks like the new …

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Jan 11

Spectre & Meltdown: Patch Virtual Machine (Guest OS) too!

Updated (January 24, 2018): Spectre and Meltdown – Patches are being recalled by VMware & Dell EMC – Veeam’s feedback _____________ Hello, I will not explain to you the implications what Specter or Meltdown on a security level. Basically, there are a lot of articles that you can read with many different opinions… Especially about …

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Nov 09

Microsoft Azure PowerShell v5.0 is available!

Microsoft Azure PowerShell version 5.0.0 is available. This is a breaking change release. Please see the migration guide for a full list of introduced breaking changes. Note: This repository (GitHub) contains a set of PowerShell cmdlets for developers and administrators to develop, deploy and manage Microsoft Azure applications.

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Oct 11

Video – Veeam Agents & Veeam B&R 9.5 U2

Hi, Yesterday, I participated in a live webinar in french as a speaker between Veeam and Monaco Informatique Service – Avangarde for presenting new Veeam Agents (Windows and Linux) with Veeam B&R v9.5 Update 2! Click now for this on-demand webinar and learn how to use the performance-driven features of Veeam Agents: YouTube link

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Oct 04

Veeam Backup for Office 365 v1.5 Overview

Yesterday, Veeam released Backup for Microsoft Office 365 v1.5. Organizations have a solution to many of their business requirements, challenges, and requests (backup online, backup of Exchange on-premise, VBO proxy deployment, REST API and GUI, new support for regions such as German, Chinese, US government etc., worker threads / bandwidth limit, scheduling changes). Service providers …

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