Current limitation of 30 server endpoints per server is a deal breaker, we have 56 endpoints and cannot migrate to azure wi
The current limitation of 30 server endpoints per server is a deal-breaker, we have 56 endpoints and cannot migrate to azure without completely changing our directory structure
Anders Gregersen commented
We are also very limited with by the 30 server-endpoint limit.
All the documentation recommends doing a 1:1 file server share to azure file share and having 70 file shares on our file server makes a really great Azure service unusable to us.
Please raise the server endpoint limit so it matches the sync group limit (200 currently)
totally, totally, totally agree... this is classic Azure. Create something that actually works and then place arbitrary limits on it so you can't really use it in the real world. So if i have a server with 31 web sites, you are making me spin up a new server for that 31st site. Great. They probably did this since the sync agent is a bit of a mem hog. but WHY 30??? ughh... Come on azure!
Agree with Alok
Alok Sanyal commented
We need to migrate to Azure Files and have more than 30shares that are unique to some region and want them to be sync with the file share in AZ cloud using Storage Sync Service. The current limitation of 30 server endpoints per server is hindering what could have been a straight-forward solution for us.