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Microsoft Windows Server AppFabric Cookbook by Hammad Rajjoub, Rick G. Garibay

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Configuring Windows Server AppFabric (caching)

Once you have finished configuring the Hosting Services as discussed in the preceding recipe, the next task is to configure the Caching Services for AppFabric. Just like in the preceding recipe, we will select a service account that should be part of the administrator group so that it has an administrative access to the caching configuration provider. Once again we will consider a workstation configuration and select a valid local system account.

We will see how to setup the Caching Configuration Store Provider. At the end of this recipe, we will also see how to join/create a new cache cluster (that this, the instance of Window Server AppFabric Cache is part of) along with the end point details (that ...

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