Updating .NET on Windows Server 2016 Core – How hard can it be?

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The reason for this post is a release note of an app i'm using on a virtual machine. In the release notes the orange header stated "Please install the .NET 4.7 framework or later".  I can do that, easily! was my first thought.... it turned out to be not that easy. Microsoft ships some dotNET version … Continue reading Updating .NET on Windows Server 2016 Core – How hard can it be?

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Change a process priority and affinity with PowerShell

Yesterday I was using a virtual machine from my Hyper-V server and I noticed it became sluggish at one point. A quick look at the task manager and it was clearly Windows Update who was slurping away my CPU power. There is no real point in killing the process but it should not interfere as … Continue reading Change a process priority and affinity with PowerShell

Retrieve Disk Health information with PowerShell

With the PowerShell Get-StorageReliabilityCounter cmdlet you can get the storage reliability counters for a specified disk or all disks in your system. These counters include information about such things as the device temperature, errors, wear, and length of time the device has been in use (if your devices supports these). What happen? I just tried … Continue reading Retrieve Disk Health information with PowerShell

Windows Server version 1709 and the Semi-Annual Channel

Last week Microsoft made Windows Server version 1709 available , the first release in the Semi-Annual Channel. The Semi-Annual what? Read more about it. What is the Semi-Annual Channel? For Windows Server, the Semi-Annual Channel is a new model that provides opportunity to take advantage of new operating system capabilities at a faster pace if you … Continue reading Windows Server version 1709 and the Semi-Annual Channel