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Mikael_Nystrom_225x225px1Mikael Nystrom is a Microsoft MVP and Senior Executive Consultant at TrueSec, with an extremely broad field of competence. He has worked with all kinds of infrastructure tasks, in all kinds of environments, enterprise to small business. He is currently building Private Cloud solutions based on Hyper-V, System Center and Windows Azure pack as well as building deployment solutions for clients OS as well as Server OS. Mikael is a very popular instructor and is often used by Microsoft for partner trainings as well as to speak at major conferences such as TechEd, MMS, etc. Lately Mikael has been deeply engaged in the development of Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 as member of the TAP team.

 

4 Responses to “About Me”

  1. Yes, yes you are the bunny! :-)

  2. Chris said

    Hey…I’m leaving this here because I don’t see an email address anywhere. I was at your Tuning Images for VDI session at TechEd 2013 in New Orleans. I know you probably mentioned this at some point, but what would you suggest to use for page files on VDI machines? I see conflicting ideas from “the Google”. I’m thinking I should make it minimal, since disk IOPs are way slower than RAM and more detrimental to the performance of the whole cluster, but I’m also not going to want a rogue, memory leaking app to chew up all the physical RAM in the host.

    Obviously, I can oversubscribe the hell out of the RAM on the host if I want, and let VMware/HyperV manage the actual usage on it’s own. Bubbles or whatever. It’s kind of scary to oversubscribe the host with desktop machines, though, since I don’t trust users. :)

    If you have time, please gimme some thoughts on this! If not, thanks for the great session last summer anyway!

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  4. Coyoles said

    Mikael, very EMIE nice post. I have a question on your IE Enterprise Mode article… You wrote.. “Enable: Use the Enterprise IE website list (this XML file will be read by IE, stored locally and used as a global list for all URL’s that needs to run in Enterprise mode” I am interested in learning where the Sites List is “stored locally ” in the system, be a file or registry key.. Could you share this information with as much detail as possible please.

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