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About Windspeed36

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    You can dance if you want to
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  1. So the concept is what we call Virtual Desktop Infrastructure however the implementation differs depending on the vendor and deployment model. The common ones out there are VMWare Horizon and Citrix however Microsoft have both a traditional VDI offering as part of Windows Server and their new Windows Virtual Desktop product as part of Microsoft 365. In terms of hardware (also known as compute), allocations are either done directly, e.g. each user is allocated X RAM and CPU's per OR the servers are scaled so that as more users login, more compute is made available. As part of this,
  2. Tried using the LSI MegaRAID Storage Manager to deal with it via Windows?
  3. Check these out UniFi - USG/UDM: Configuring L2TP Remote Access VPN – Ubiquiti Support and Help Center OpenVPN Setup & Configuration on UniFi Security Gateway - Step by Step Guide | Ubiquiti Community
  4. Ditch the idea of building your own email server and just purchase Exchange Online Plan 1 as a Microsoft 365 plan. Benefits of leveraging Exchange Online rather than building your own include: It's SaaS - no hardware or software maintenance (including outage windows) is required on your behalf. You don't need to worry about disk space, network connectivity etc. You're paying for them to handle that. Reliability - Microsoft have already done all the heavy lifting with the infrastructure to deliver a very reliable solution. To try and meet that level of reliability on your own is g
  5. So I've actually just updated that post for the first time in 4? years. Don't make it available over the WAN. Depending on your gateway/firewall manufacturer, look at creating your own VPN solution.
  6. Just happened to be passing by and saw this thread. Anyway. The AT2035 requires phantom power at up to 52V, hence your issues with the volume. However, I believe that UMC404HD should have phantom power available. You should be able to skip using that Yamaha all together and just use the Behringer kit.
  7. ..That's exactly what Teams Live Events is - 20,000 attendees
  8. Keep in mind this is just Teams Meetings - voice / video conferencing for all. You've also then got Teams Live Events which are capped at 20,000 and have a moderated Q&A etc.
  9. Not really - Intune on its own is expensive but it’s bundled with most subscriptions anyway.
  10. Download the ISO directly then use another tool to move it to USB. E.g. go to the creation tool site (https://www.microsoft.com/en-au/software-download/windows10), use dev mode to switch to iPad view, download the ISO. Then use Rufus (https://rufus.ie/) to burn the ISO to USB media.
  11. Considered using either Veeam & either direct to Azure or Cloud Connect? Otherwise why not just use the Synology to ship the data to Azure Blob?
  12. This is pretty much why we originally created it - in the same way Twitter has a way to discern legitimate accounts from everyone else, it was more to protect brand reputation.