Windows Server 2008 contains a lot of changes to core file services components that will dramatically increase availability, scalability, and performance. Some of these components are new, others have been significantly enhanced. In this session, we start with an overview of the changes in Windows Server 2008 (e.g., DFS, VSS, and storage management), and then spend most of our time taking a really close look at what we believe to be the most significant and valuable improvements: Transactional NTFS, Self Healing NTFS, and SMB v2.0. So, bring your wet suit and join us for a session full of demos and deep technical insight.
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