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    Johan Smit

    I think it depends on what you want to do. Putty is a Swiss Army Knife. It supports multiple protocols and tunnels.
    If you just want to ssh or telnet then yes you should be able to do that from the terminal. See below links for more info.
    http://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/52096/is-there-a-gui-ssh-client-for-os-x
    http://accc.uic.edu/answer/how-do-i-use-ssh-and-sftp-mac-os-x

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    Johan Smit

    +1 for SCCM
    More specifically
    Monitoring and Operating a Private Cloud with System Center 2012 70-246
    Configuring and Deploying a Private Cloud with System Center 2012 70-247

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    Johan Smit

    @FI I'm sure I don't have the most experience here but I'm happy to share my opinion. Without knowing the exact specs of the systems its a bit difficult to make a recommendation. These are my thoughts on the topic.

    Storage Pools are really cool, but Hardware RAID is still better :). Depending on your controller I would probably recommend you go with the hardware raid. The only time I would go with storage pools instead is if the system use some kind of "fake raid" or if you have many open ports on the controller that you will be adding drives to later. Some hardware raid controllers do not support expansion of volumes so you will end up with multiple LUN's when you add disks to it later whereas storage pools can be expanded dynamically even with dissimilar drives. That's really the big benefit of storage pools the fact that you can grab all different kinds of drives and turn them into one cohesive storage location with fault tolerance. So if you already have all the drives you want and you have hardware raid (storage pools uses software parity so you have a performance hit), I would probably go with hardware raid. Once you created the LUN your OS will see it as a single disk. The raid controller will hide all the disks and funky raid stuff form the OS. You can just set this new volume as a dynamic disk and format it with NTFS. Remember to setup your RAID controllers specific management software so that you can get alerts on the status of your array.

    Just my two cents, hope it helps

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    Johan Smit

    @Ronnie-Wong said:

    issued key

    Thanks Ronnie, That pretty much answered my question. I don't think there is anything wrong with the key. I used it to register the 410 exam and it worked fine. I just wanted to make sure there is a 1 exam per month\key limit.
    How do I mark the post as Solved?

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    Johan Smit

    Hi, I'm busy doing the MCSA 2012 track, wrote 410 last week and passed first time :). ITPro.TV played no small part in that, so thank you all and keep up the great work.

    As part of my preparation I used my MeasureUp key to register for the 410 test exam. I'm now busy doing 411, my exam is booked for next week. I tried to register the 411 test exams on MeasureUp but it now keeps on asking me to pay $90.00. Is there a one exam limit per month with the MeasureUp keys or am I just doing something stupid when trying to register the 411 exams?
    Thanks

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