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I'm pretty sure there is a better defrag tool for Windows that the one from Microsoft. One of the things I'm looking for is the ability to deal with multiple very large (5G+) files. A client of mine does video work and fragged files can be a problem during editing and final mix. I can Google...
Is there any way to kick off a defrag on windows 7 workstations when they reach a threshold of fragmentation? Can this be done on servers and xp laptops as well?
Can I query several active directory desktops and see fragmentation levels and possibly schedule it to defragment?