Mar 29, 2013 | Windows IT Pro
Michael Otey demonstrates Windows Server 2012's Continuously Available File Shares (CAFS) feature.
- Windows Server 2012: Implement Continuously Available File Shares 1
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- Q: Can I create a Windows Server 2012 failover cluster with a single node in it?
- Q. With Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 coming, should I use single copy clusters or local continuous replication when planning my high availability for Exchange 2007?
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