This year’s Microsoft Management Summit in Las Vegas, NV started off with more excitement than I’m sure the everyone was hoping for
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In the last part of my File Server Resource Manager series, I’ll discuss the File Management Tasks feature that allows you to apply actions to files based on classifications or other attributes.
In this installment of my File Server Resource Manager series I’ll discuss File Classification Management and how it can be used to better manage files on your file server. File Classification allows you to set additional file attributes outside of what are normally associated with a file.
The reports feature is another feature in FSRM that I can’t live without. Reports in FSRM can be run on an ad hoc basis, scheduled to run on regular intervals, on generated upon quota/file screening events.
The File Server Resource Manager (FSRM) is a part of the File Services Role in Windows Server that gives you greater control over the data stored on your file servers. In this part, I’ll discuss controlling files that can be saved to your file server using File Screening.