Necesito saber cuál es el consumo de RAM and CPU, el rango procesado en el punto final.
What is the impact on a File Server (RAM and CPU) when performing a scan with Network Discover.
The tailwinds across West Texas continue to hint at IT growth during this age of digital transformation. Humans have developed an insatiable appetite for compute. Whether it be the latest gadget on your wrist, in your hand, in your car, at home, in the office office, or at the data center – compute is at the heart of almost everything that touches our everyday life. Compute has been the fuel of the digital revolution. But the question remains, how do we keep IT advancing?
In April 2005, Gordon Moore stated in an interview that Moore’s Law cannot be sustained indefinitely: “It can’t continue forever. The nature of exponentials is that you push them out and eventually disaster happens.” Humans are a resilient species, constantly innovating, and in the case of Moore’s Law, finding ways to delay the inevitable. In the world of computer architecture and in particular Server, it is this quest to avoid the “eventual disaster” that propels us to advance technology and to observe the challenges around us so we can delay (or work around) the inevitable.
With that said, at Dell EMC in the Server and Infrastructure group, our outstanding group of senior technologists have come up with their 2020 edition of Dell EMC’s 2020 Server Trends & Observations Report found here (pdf):
In this report the 12 biggest trends and observations from “data is king” to “the rack’s the limit” to “money for nothing, chips for free” and more are covered in more detail than can be conveyed in a short blog post.
If you have questions, want to go deeper, or want to understand the Dell EMC server family, please contact one of our friendly sales representatives. For more musings please follow me on LinkedIn or visit my other blogs.
Hope you enjoy this year’s edition.
Administrators can now setup access to a file server for their team to share files and apps remotely from their ShareConnect mobile apps. Users can also access a file server in the ShareConnect web app.
|Setup File Server Access||Share File Server Access with other users||Access your File Server|
To share file server access, administrators must click on the Share Computers link in the left navigation. From this menu, you can grant other users on your account access to the Server. Once granted access, that user will be able to see and access the server when they sign into ShareConnect. To learn more about Sharing Computers and servers, click here.
Team members can also access shared files from the web application, mobile apps, or ShareConnect Desktop app.
To access files, teams members that have been granted access to the file server must:
1. Log in to the ShareConnect account and access the Computers list.
2. Click on the File Server to connect to it. (To sign in as a different user, click the Back arrow.)
3. The Recent Files list will load. Users can download files from the File Server as needed. Click a file to download it.
1. If the custom server property number.of.mam.devices.per.user exists, it is used as MAM Device Register Limit. If it is 0, there is no limitation.
2. The server property number.of.devices.per.user is used for MDM Device Enroll Limit. It is un-related and independent with MAM Device Register Limit. !screenshot-1.png|thumbnail!
3. When Device register request (/Citrix/Device/v1/Register) is received, the reigister is rejected if the current registered devices is already equal to/greater than the MAM Device Register Limit.
4. If the MAM device id already in the system, skip the checked
5. If the limitation is over, 409 is returned.
To do this, go to Server Properties, add a new Custom Server Property and set the property name to number.of.mam.devices.per.use . Set the value to the number you wish. If set to ‘0’, this will set it to unlimited. Save and restart the XMS server
We use the Cloud version of Symantec Endpoint Protection (Small Business Edition) on several servers running Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials as the server OS. On a couple of the servers, we continue to receive warning alerts from SEP that state “System Infected” under the “Attack Signature” column. Yet all of the intrusions have a status of “Blocked” on the same report. Does this mean that the servers are actually infected or that the attempted intrusions were blocked and therefore are not on the server at all?
Should we run a stronger tool like SymDiag on these servers?
I find the terminology here rather confusing and inconsistent. Any assistance you can offer will be greatly appreciated. I’m not sure if there is something to worry about here or not.
I have a situation where, I need to move an existing endpoint servers(with reporting agents) from 15.0MP1 application server to a 15.1MP2 app server. Is there any way I can preserve the transfer of the configurations of the endpoint server(15.0MP1) during my ugrade to 15.1MP1 or MP2 to register it to the new Enforce server(15.1MP2)?
I have a very wired issue with one of my windows 2008 r2 server ( which was working previously ) , i have configured Altiris Dagent service to log on as ‘LOCAL SYSTEM’ then none of the job is executing ,job just running forever without any sucess or failure ,when i use my domain account which have admin privilege on the system job executing as normal.I have granted permission to LOCAL SYSTEM to ‘log on as a service’ in security policy and also SYSTEM is not part of the ‘deny log on as service’ .Any idea what might be causing this issue .
Thanks In advance.