Here are the presentations of the introduction to Azure for the SMB session
Presentation Didier D’Joos:
Presentation Mike Martin:
Azure Files Demo Mike Martin:
From the above help file. Please review the help file for details.
Source: MS Blog
Download: MS Download Center
New Build has been released for the Technical Preview of Windows 10 to update if you’re running a previous build go to update and recovery in pc settings and select preview builds
To update Windows To Go recreate your stick with the new iso as source: (This can also be done from a 8.1 Enterprise Windows)
What’s new in this build?
introduction to azure for SMB
Location: The Clubhouse, Groeningenlei 16, 2550 Kontich http://www.ClubHouse.be
6H30 pm : welcome
7H00 pm :Didier D’Joos – TechNine core member (https://twitter.com/DidierDJoos)
8H00 pm : Break & networking and network creation
8h15 pm : Mike Martin – Azure MVP (http://about.me/techmike2kx )
“Protecting your online and on premises assets “Cloud Style”: OOTB and practices for backup management and strategy with…
9H15 pm :
Aftertalk and networking
Drankjes & hapjes zijn voorzien
You may have come across a nag from the Windows Action Center that asks you to consider disabling some apps from the start-up process when Windows boots; this is all part and parcel of Microsoft trying to ensure speedy boot times, and as a result — from Windows Vista onward — it added a “Start-up delay” for apps. This is especially apparent in Windows 8, which was geared mainly toward touch and tablets.
This start-up delay can be disabled with varying results, to reduce the delay, do the following:
If the “Serialize” key does not exist, you should create it in “Explorer” by right clicking on Explorer: New > Key (name it Serialize).
That’s it! Depending on how many items you have in your start-up folder, you may notice a significant boost in the speed of how apps start on boot. Of course this could result in longer boot times if you have lots of start-up processes.
Give it a try and if it’s not for you simply follow the steps above again, this time deleting the Serialize key to revert back to the start-up delay.
This tweak will also work on Windows 8 and 8.1, if you are not familiar with regedit, we recommend that you skip over this tweak.
Source: Neowin By Steven Parker
Enjoying the Technical Preview the last few days, only downside was my Citrix Receiver didn’t survive the upgrade…
– error message at startup
– uninstall fails
Luckily there’s an easy fix if you’re in the same situation.
– Download the latest Receiver Clean-Up Utility from Citrix here
– Run it as admin
– (Re)install the latest version of the Receiver Enterprise 3.4.300.10