Windows 10 (and Server 2016) now has the built-in ability to transfer content completely in the background using only unused bandwidth
Just recently, here at 2Pint HQ – we’ve been noticing a big surge in interest in ConfigMgr Peer Cache, and the most common question that we get/see is – Should we use BranchCache or Peer Cache? As we’ve been testing the life out of both technologies for our […]
Well, a few fields, not necessarily our own fields…
OK now listen up!
Quite a few of you lovely folks have been playing with the new ConfigMgr Peer Cache feature in your labs. Unfortunately, it seems, that even in this day and age, your Lab happens to contain ALL your production […]
or…’What Happens When Tons of BITS Clients Try To Grab The Same Content at the same time?’
Sometimes there’s a bit of scaremongering around BITS and BranchCache when used by ConfigMgr in a deployment. More specifically, if a deployment is set to make the content available at a time […]
So, we’ve been busy again…
This post is a brief intro to a new piece that we’ve been working hard on over the last few months, which delivers server driven bandwidth limiting for BITS downloads.
The Background Intelligent Transfer Service, or BITS as we’ve all come to know and love, has its limitations. It’s great at restart-able […]