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    Jake Thomas commented  · 

    This is enabled for us in Azure East 2!

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    started  ·  13 comments  ·  Storage » Files  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Jake Thomas commented  · 

    100TiB file shares are enabled for us in Azure East 2, so I've removed my votes. The AFS limit of 64TiB is plenty for us for a year or so.

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    Jake Thomas commented  · 

    @Microsoft Azure Storage Team.
    We migrated to Azure File Sync, and now really have a problem on our hands with the 5TiB limitation. Is there any update on when this will be upped to 100TiB?

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    216 comments  ·  Storage » Files  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Thanks for the feedback! We are interested in collecting feedback on this request – please vote for it if this is something you like to see.

    We’re also interested in learning more what people want to use the SFTP/FTPS for and which protocol they prefer. Please feel free to leave us a comment letting us know more detail!

    Thanks,

    Will Gries
    Program Manager, Azure Files

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    94 comments  ·  Storage » Files  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    As you mentioned, we initiate a change detection job once every 24 hours to enumerate the Azure file share and scan for changes. This is required for the Azure file share because Azure Files currently lacks a change notification mechanism like Windows Server has. Long term we will add this capability and have automatic immediate sync.

    There is now a way to trigger sync to happen on files that are placed directly in the Azure File share. With this new cmdlet you can point sync to particular files or directories and have it look for changes right then. This is intended for scenarios where some type of automated process in Azure is doing the file edits or migrations are done by an admin (like moving a new directory of files into the share). For end-user changes, the best thing to do is install Azure File Sync in an IaaS VM…

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    under review  ·  Azure AD Team responded

    Thank you for your feedback! The feature team is aware of this suggestion and will keep it under consideration. There are technical challenges to overcome in order to make this happen. Please keep the votes coming if this feature matters to you.

    Chen

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    Jake Thomas commented  · 

    This would be amazing for our Intune deployment process.

    Here's an example:
    80% of users in our organization get Office 365 with all core apps except Access, Groove, and Publisher. We deploy this to them based on whether or not they have an Office E3 license.
    An additional 5% of our users have Project or Visio. Being licensed could put them in a group to get Visio or Project automatically assigned and deployed.

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