CompTIA A+ Core 2019 (220-1001/220-1002) In the Video "Common Operating Systems Part 3" at the 12:31 Mark (approximately), on the displayed chart, I believe the "BranchCache" is not offered in Windows 10 Pro. Please correct me if I am wrong on this. Thank you.
Another Possible Mistake Found CompTIA A+ Core 2019 (220-1001/220-1002) In the Video "Common Operating Systems Part 3"
Hey @Todd-Hollon thank you for watching the series. BranchCache is an enterprise-level technology that full functionality requires Enterprise editions of Windows. However, Pro editions do support BranchCache with BITS (no HTTP or SMB support). Here is the supporting documentation from Microsoft:
"In the following operating systems, BranchCache does not support HTTP and SMB functionality, but does support BranchCache BITS functionality.
Windows 10 Pro, BITS support only
Windows 8.1 Pro, BITS support only
Windows 8 Pro, BITS support only
Windows 7 Pro, BITS support only"
is their an order the videos should be watched? I am trying to follow the comtia A + objectives but all the videos seem to be all over the place. I see mobile devices but the first video starts on objective 1.5 and is a bit off topic. Any advice would be helpful.
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I agree with you on the facts that you presented in this post. I was surprised, however, to find information laid out so well in Wikipedia. Here is a link I would like to share with you if that is OK:
Also, concerning RAM limits (related to a different post we communicated on), I found this link very informative, as well, from Microsoft:
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@Todd-Hollon Thank you very much for the response and this forum is for everyone to post, so you are more than welcome to post links that have helped you. We encourage this as it will help everyone. Thank you for being and member.
Hey @Eric-Banderas great question. We recommend watching them in the order that makes you comfortable. If you need and objective mapping that is available in the show notes. Thanks you for watching and if you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask!