.Net and ASP.Net applications use XML-based configuration files to store and manage their configuration data. The files are typically stored with the application files and aptly named *.exe.config or web.config respectively. MS Exchange is largely written in managed .Net code and not surprisingly stores executable and web service configuration data in just such files. In… Read more
In a previous post, (see: My Modulus Obsession Part II) I touched on the way the Exchange Server 2019 Sizing Calculator distributes databases across servers and disks. That was really just background information to discuss the use of the modulus operator in distribution algorithms. However, in this post I’ll be discussing the database distribution itself,… Read more
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