Windows Server 2012 High-Performance, Highly-Available Storage Using SMB
The Server Message Block (SMB) Protocol is the file sharing protocol that is used by default on Windows computers. To support this, Windows Server 2012 now provides a vast set of new SMB features with an updated SMB protocol that greatly enhance the reliability, availability, manageability, and performance of file servers. This session overviews all the new SMB related features that Windows Server 2012 provides, and how to use them in your organization. #TEWSV303
Event HomepageTechEd North America 2012
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