Monthly Archives: February 2012

Why invest in a caching solution?

A picture tells a thousand words…

Project TWIAD Part 2

After a false start due to some hardware issues, I’m pleased to report that Project TWIAD is live. The current setup of the server is as folllowing, with an explanation behind these decisions: HP Microserver N36L – I had one 8GB RAM – RAM is cheap 250GB Boot Drive – Included drive 6TB Windows RAID 5 Array (4x2TB drives) – I had 5 of the same type of drive, so I have a spare. It’s been years since I’ve used

The Windows Intune Accelerator Device (aka Project TWIAD)

One of the upcoming series of articles that will be posted to this site is what I have called Project TWIAD. The goal of this is to focus on the types of time improvements and download savings that can be made if there is some type of caching solution in between the client PCs and the Internet connection. This is something that has been documented on the Official Windows Intune Team blog, but I will be going in to details


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