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Drashna Jaelre
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Or even SBS2011E, then it may be a good idea to subscribe and read Susan Bradley's blog.

Namely, that it may be a good idea to disable SMB signing on your server if you're getting poor performance on network shares.

 

http://msmvps.com/blogs/bradley/archive/2012/10/25/disable-smb-signing-on-windows-2012-essentials.aspx

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Very good point. I've been following Susan on Twitter and find myself constantly saving links to her posts!

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I can't decide if s2012e is for me or not. I am not concerned about a domain but it seems every time you turn around there is a tweak you have to implement to make it work well in a home environment.

 

 

I haven't heard anyone talk about s2012 enterprise. Is it not in technet?

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That's just Regular Server 2012, AFAIK. So unless you are hosting more than 32 GIG RAM in one machine, you don't need it,.

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there is server 2012 standard which allows you two VM's. Then there is server 2012 enterprise which is unlimited VM's.

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Maybe there is no limit on the VM's then and it is with your license. I am talking from the perspective of my enterprise agreement with Microsoft so it must only allow two VM's.

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  • 2 weeks later...

Foundation also doesn't contain *any* of the Colorado code, aka the client backup, the dashboard, the connector, the website, etc. It is a super slim version of Windows Server.

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