Month: February 2013

Remotely Logging Perfmon Files into SQL Server—Security Issues?

This post comes with a strongly worded warning—don’t do what I’m going to do here to anything that resembles a production environment. Hopefully some smart person, will come in and give me the obvious fix, but for now the only way to make this work is to do something really bad from a security perspective. […]

AlwaysOn Availability Groups and SharePoint 2013

We’ve been in the process of building a team site in SharePoint 2013, and since I’m building I decided to investigate using AlwaysOn Availability Groups. This is slightly different than building a normal availability group—the application doesn’t use a listener. First of all—you want to read the official Microsoft guidance here. It can be a […]