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Great Learning experience

Hubert F. · Reviewed 2 days ago

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Great Learning experience

Hubert F. · Reviewed 2 days ago

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Lance X. · Reviewed 2 days ago

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Dave K. · Reviewed 3 days ago

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aluno1 B. · Reviewed 3 days ago

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Jessica Z. · Reviewed 4 days ago

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Easy lab. I didn't see much difference in the IOPS when running the command using different disk sizes.

Oliver L. · Reviewed 5 days ago

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Xiong L. · Reviewed 6 days ago

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Very good lab, however there was a problem at step 121. It would not let me connect to the client instance so I could not complete the remaining steps.

Erich S. · Reviewed 8 days ago

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Estan L. · Reviewed 12 days ago

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Interesting lab but PowerShell commands were retired. Both disks have the same friendly name - AWS PVDISK. So there are two ways how to get the disk: 1. through UniqueId, but it is boring. 2. Get-PhysicalDisk | where {$_.size -ge 50000000000} | Set-PhysicalDisk -MediaType HDD Get-PhysicalDisk | where {$_.size -ge 40000000000 -and $_.size -le 50000000000} | Set-PhysicalDisk -MediaType SSD

Maksym M. · Reviewed 15 days ago

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Anthony S. · Reviewed 16 days ago

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Anthony S. · Reviewed 16 days ago

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Leah B. · Reviewed 17 days ago

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Changing disk type required using ObjectId, because the friendly name was the same for all both drives; meaning that a change using the friendly name would affect all drives.

Christopher B. · Reviewed 17 days ago

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Another excellent lab tutorial

Michael D. · Reviewed 17 days ago

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Lei W. · Reviewed 20 days ago

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piotr p. · Reviewed 22 days ago

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Jesus V. · Reviewed 27 days ago

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good

luiz g. · Reviewed about 1 month ago

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Aleksandr U. · Reviewed about 1 month ago

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Jeff R. · Reviewed about 1 month ago

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can't change MediaType as it says the parameter name can't be found.

Michael S. · Reviewed about 1 month ago

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Both disks have same friendly name. Later using uniqueId to solve the problem.

Qiao Y. · Reviewed about 1 month ago

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Christian M. · Reviewed about 1 month ago