Network file server can ignore client file flush requests and thus increase the network file performance.
Disabling system aliasing can free resources but will disable mounting and reparse points
The lookup cache for network files makes it faster to reopen a file placed on a remote share.
Opportunistic locking delivers good network performance but older implementations can lead to data loss.
Sharing violations on files placed on network shares are retried while they block immediately with local files.
Windows Explorer will automatically request extended file information when trying to open a file on a network share.
Windows Explorer sends a Change Notification request to the remote server when mapping a network share.
How to configure the password encryption level for better security.
The different password encryption algorithms available in the Microsoft Network.
How the security features in SMB signing can protect the network.
How the IPC$ share makes it possible for clients to access shares on the server.
The use of the master browser in the microsoft network, and how it is elected.
How to increase the security of the Microsoft network by enabling SMB signing.
Windows creates by default a network shares for each drive letter, which is used for administrative tasks.
How to configure the way Microsoft Windows participates in the master browser election.
How to configure the computer not to announce itself on the Microsoft Network.
Prepare the file servers to handle a higher loads and allow the clients to make more requests.
Increasing the request buffer size can improve file sharing performance on high latency networks.
Hiding a file-share by changing the name.
Adjust the memory usage of the server service according to the server role.