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VMware View 5 Implementation : Installing Microsoft SQL Server (part 5)
The preceding description is just a sample of how you can ensure you have regular full backups running if you have opted to run SQL Express. You might want to fine-tune your settings to keep several weeks’ worth of full backups and also to move them to a separate location.
VMware View 5 Implementation : Installing Microsoft SQL Server (part 4)
If you are using SQL Express, you can use the following process to automate the SQLCMD Backup command. First, you need to create a SQL script using the command you ran from the command line
VMware View 5 Implementation : Installing Microsoft SQL Server (part 3)
A full backup copies all the information in the database. Full backups also include the transaction logs and any data that has not been written to the database.
VMware View 5 Implementation : Installing Microsoft SQL Server (part 2)
After the SQL instance is installed, it is important to ensure your SQL databases are backed up properly. Microsoft SQL 2008 makes this process easy to configure.
VMware View 5 Implementation : Installing Microsoft SQL Server (part 1)
It is quite common to run into a deployment in which the SQL Server instance is already up and running, but the management tool has not been installed. Because the 2008 Management Tools are no longer available as a separate download, it is possible to use SQL Express Management Studio 2005.
VMware View 5 Implementation : Preparing a vCenter Installation
VMware generally recommends that you use Microsoft SQL 2008 Express for smaller environments because it has a fixed limit on how large the database can grow.
Windows Server 2012 : Software and User Account Control Administration (part 5) - Maintaining application integrity - Configuring run levels
By default, only applications running with a user’s administrator access token run in elevated mode. Sometimes, you’ll want an application running with a user’s standard access token to be in elevated mode.
Windows Server 2012 : Software and User Account Control Administration (part 4) - Maintaining application integrity - Application access tokens
Applications are said to be either compliant or legacy. Any application written specifically for Windows Server 2008 or later is considered to be a compliant application. Any application written for an earlier version of Microsoft Windows or not certified as compliant is considered to be a legacy application.
Windows Server 2012 : Software and User Account Control Administration (part 3) - Mastering User Account Control - Configuring UAC and Admin Approval Mode
In Group Policy under Local Policies\Security Options, five security settings determine how Admin Approval Mode and elevation prompting works. Table 1 summarizes these security settings
Windows Server 2012 : Software and User Account Control Administration (part 2) - Mastering User Account Control - Elevation, prompts, and the secure desktop
Unlike Windows XP and early releases of Windows, current releases of Windows make it easy to determine which tasks standard users can perform and which tasks administrators can perform.
Windows Server 2012 : Software and User Account Control Administration (part 1) - Software installation essentials
Windows does not include an Add/Remove Programs utility. Instead, Windows relies completely on the software itself to provide the necessary installation features through a related setup program.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Understanding app patterns (part 5) - Building MVC apps - Introducing MVC4
To get started, first create a provider-hosted or autohosted app. When the new remote web is created, open the associated web.config file and copy the settings for the ClientId and ClientSecret entries.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Understanding app patterns (part 4) - Building MVC apps - Understanding web form challenges
When developers think of creating SharePoint apps with C# and CSOM, they might immediately think of using ASP.NET to create a remote web. In fact, this is the default template used in Microsoft Visual Studio for provider-hosted and autohosted apps.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Understanding app patterns (part 3) - Building MVVM apps - Utilizing promises
When developing more complex apps against the REST API, you must often make multiple asynchronous RESTful calls. For example, an initial RESTful call might retrieve master data, whereas subsequest calls fill in child data.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Understanding app patterns (part 3) - Building MVVM apps - Utilizing promises
When developing more complex apps against the REST API, you must often make multiple asynchronous RESTful calls. For example, an initial RESTful call might retrieve master data, whereas subsequest calls fill in child data.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Understanding app patterns (part 2) - Building MVVM apps - Introducing knockout
JavaScript does not natively support the kind of loose coupling that the MVVM pattern requires. Therefore, additional support must be introduced in the form of a third-party library.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Understanding app patterns (part 1) - Building MVVM apps - Understanding JavaScript challenges
The biggest challenge in implementing apps with JavaScript is the intimate relationship between the webpages and the libraries. In many JavaScript implementations, the code in the libraries must have detailed knowledge of the markup in the webpages.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Working with documents - Checking documents in and out
Checking out a SharePoint 2013 document ensures that you are the only one making edits to it. When you’re finished making edits, check in the document so that other users can view the changes you made. Even if the document is saved, if it is still checked out, the most recent changes will not be visible to other users.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Working with documents - Requiring and displaying document check out
SharePoint 2013 is a collaborative platform with which several users can store and share documents with other team members. It’s likely that more than one user will attempt to open and edit a document at the same time.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Working with documents - Uploading multiple documents
SharePoint 2013 users will undoubtedly need to upload or move multiple documents to other locations, such as local hard disks, network file shares, or other SharePoint locations. SharePoint lets you drag files directly to your library or upload documents by using Explorer on the Library’s ribbon.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Working with documents - Customizing document templates
When a new document library is created, several file types, or content types, are available when you create a new document from the SharePoint 2013 menu.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Working with documents - Managing documents with a document library
The key difference between a SharePoint 2013 library and a list is that libraries are designed to manage files as well as the information attributed to those files.
Microsoft LynServer 2013 : Windows Client - Conferencing (part 3) - Scheduling a Meeting
Within Outlook, click the New Items menu and select Lync Meeting. The meeting URL and dial-in bridge information are automatically populated into the meeting notes section. Proceed with adding attendees the same way any other Outlook meeting would be created.
Microsoft LynServer 2013 : Windows Client - Conferencing (part 2) - Changing the Layout, Customizing Meeting Options
Within each conference is a Layout icon, which is the second icon from the right in the lower corner. This enables the users to modify their view of the meeting experience.
Microsoft LynServer 2013 : Windows Client - Conferencing (part 1) - Using the Meet Now Function, Controlling a Meeting, Managing Meeting Content
With the web conference up and running, participants who were allowed to become presenters based on the meeting options can use the Share tab in the Lync client to add resources to the conference.
Microsoft LynServer 2013 : Windows Client - Peer-to-Peer Conversations (part 2) - Making Audio Calls, Making Video Calls
Initiating a video call is as simple as right-clicking a contact and choosing Start a Video Call. Much as with the audio call, the recipient has the option to accept, decline, or redirect. Redirect gives the option to reply with an IM or to mark the recipient as Do Not Disturb.
Microsoft LynServer 2013 : Windows Client - Peer-to-Peer Conversations (part 1) - Using Tabbed Conversations
Tabbed windows apply only to IM or Persistent Chat conversations. When a user makes an audio call or joins a meeting, that conversation is opened in a separate window.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Working with cmdlets (part 2) - Understanding cmdlet errors, Using cmdlet aliases
For ease of use, Windows PowerShell lets you create aliases for cmdlets. An alias is an abbreviation for a cmdlet that acts as a shortcut for executing the cmdlet. For example, you can use the alias gsv instead of the cmdlet name Get-Service.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Working with cmdlets (part 1) - Using Windows PowerShell cmdlets, Using cmdlet parameters
Cmdlets provide the basic foundation for working with a computer from within the Windows PowerShell. Although there are many different cmdlets with many different available uses, cmdlets all have common features, which I’ll examine in this section.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Using Windows PowerShell (part 2) - Running and using cmdlets, Running and using other commands and utilities
Windows PowerShell introduces the concept of a cmdlet (pronounced commandlet). A cmdlet is the smallest unit of functionality in Windows PowerShell. You can think of a cmdlet as a built-in command. Rather than being highly complex, most cmdlets are quite simple and have a small set of associated properties.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Using Windows PowerShell (part 1) - Running and using Windows PowerShell
Windows PowerShell is built into Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, and later releases of the Windows operating system. Windows PowerShell has both a command-line environment and a graphical environment for running commands and scripts.
Microsoft LynServer 2013 : Firewall and Security Requirements - Reverse Proxy Configuration (part 3) - Configuring Authentication and Certification on IIS Virtual Directories
To correctly pass SSL encrypted packets through the reverse proxy into the IIS directories on the Lync Server servers, make sure that certification is properly configured on IIS. Image
Microsoft LynServer 2013 : Firewall and Security Requirements - Reverse Proxy Configuration (part 2) - Configuring Web Publishing Rules
Web publishing rules are used by Forefront TMG Server to securely publish internal resources over the Internet. In addition to providing web service URLs for the various Lync Server virtual IIS directories, it is also necessary to create publishing rules for simple URLs and the LyncDiscover service.
Microsoft LynServer 2013 : Firewall and Security Requirements - Reverse Proxy Configuration (part 1)
To enable clients on the Internet to find Lync Server services, add an Address (A) record to an external DNS that is authoritative for the DNS domain that services Lync Server externally.
Microsoft LynServer 2013 : Firewall and Security Requirements - Reverse Proxy Requirements
Reverse proxies, such as ISA 2006 SP1 or Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG), are excellent ways to securely publish applications, such as Lync Server, to users on the Internet.
Microsoft LynServer 2013 : Firewall Requirements Overview, Ports Required for Internal and External Access
The specific ports needed to open on a firewall vary somewhat depending on what services are placed into the DMZ and which services need to be accessible from the Internet.
Micorosoft Sharepoint 2013 : SharePoint Metadata Types (part 4) - Metadata in Publishing
I will elaborate further on how site columns and content types play a part in the publishing infrastructure of the SharePoint platform, to expand on metadata use in SharePoint.
Micorosoft Sharepoint 2013 : SharePoint Metadata Types (part 3) - Metadata in Lists
Lists and content types marry together nicely—if a content type describes some data, and lists contain instances of data, then the content type effectively describes the schema of a list.
Micorosoft Sharepoint 2013 : SharePoint Metadata Types (part 2) - Content Types
Content types provide content owners with the powerful capability to manage metadata content in SharePoint. The basic anatomy of a content type is that of a group of site columns (fields) that represents a content object in the content management system.
Micorosoft Sharepoint 2013 : SharePoint Metadata Types (part 1) - Site Columns
SharePoint maintains a list of site columns, which represent attributes for metadata. If you have created a custom list, or looked at an existing list defined in SharePoint, then you will have seen the site columns in action as the “columns or fields” of the list.
Micorosoft Sharepoint 2013 : The SharePoint Content Type Model - New Content Type Model Functionality
If metadata is data about data, then a metadata model is a system that allows the creation, editing, and management of metadata. SharePoint has a metadata model—called the Content Type Model.
Microsoft SQL Server 2012 : Knowing Tempdb - Troubleshooting Common Issues (part 3) - Troubleshooting Space Issues
Troubleshooting SQL Server implies a reactive activity; an issue has occurred that now needs to be fixed. That may be true but one of the differences that separates an average SQL Server professional from a good one is knowing about a problem before it has an impact on a live system.
Microsoft SQL Server 2012 : Knowing Tempdb - Troubleshooting Common Issues (part 2) - Latch Contention - ikelihood of it happening. Multiple Tempdb Data Files
If you’re a DBA rather than a developer, you might be tempted to opt for this solution first. Recall that there is a set of allocation pages at the start of each data file, so if you have more than one file and can balance the load between them you’ll be less likely to get a hotspot on the allocation pages compared to a single file.
Microsoft SQL Server 2012 : Knowing Tempdb - Troubleshooting Common Issues (part 1) - Latch Contention - Allocation Page Contention
Imagine that you take an action within an application that needs to create a temporary table. To determine where in tempdb to create your table, SQL Server will read the SGAM page (2:1:3) to find a mixed extent with free space to allocate to the table.
Microsoft SQL Server 2012 : Knowing Tempdb - Overview and Usage (part 2) - The Version Store
Many features in SQL Server 2012 require multiple versions of rows to be maintained, and the version store is used to store these different versions of index and data rows.
Microsoft SQL Server 2012 : Knowing Tempdb - Overview and Usage (part 1) - User Temporary Objects
To store data temporarily you can use local temporary tables, global temporary tables, or table variables, all of which are stored in tempdb (you can’t change where they’re stored).
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 : Windows Client - Navigating in the Client - Useful Lync Client Shortcuts
Microsoft has gone out of its way to improve functionality and accessibility in the Lync client, and one of the ways is to create hotkeys for commonly used tasks.
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 : Windows Client - Navigating in the Client - Managing Contacts, Managing Groups, Status View
Most people are accustomed to the behaviors in Outlook, where you can quickly look up a user in the contacts or find the user by starting to type that person’s name. The Lync 2013 client follows this model by organizing contacts by groups and by enabling users to quickly search for contacts by simply typing the person’s name.
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 : Windows Client - Navigating in the Client - Configuring Basic Options
You can reach the personal options by clicking on the gear icon at the far right of the navigation tabs. In the Options windows, the options are broken up into multiple categories.
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 : Windows Client - Installing the Client
The Lync 2013 client for Windows now comes as part of the Microsoft Office 2013 setup package, which enables organizations to leverage familiar deployment tools such as the Office Customization Tool (OCT) when deploying Lync clients to users.
 
 
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- Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Structure to Your Diagrams - Finding containers and lists in Visio (part 2) - Wireframes,Legends
- Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Structure to Your Diagrams - Finding containers and lists in Visio (part 1) - Swimlanes
- Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Structure to Your Diagrams - Formatting and sizing lists
- Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Structure to Your Diagrams - Adding shapes to lists
- Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Structure to Your Diagrams - Sizing containers
- Microsoft Access 2010 : Control Properties and Why to Use Them (part 3) - The Other Properties of a Control
- Microsoft Access 2010 : Control Properties and Why to Use Them (part 2) - The Data Properties of a Control
- Microsoft Access 2010 : Control Properties and Why to Use Them (part 1) - The Format Properties of a Control
- Microsoft Access 2010 : Form Properties and Why Should You Use Them - Working with the Properties Window
- Microsoft Visio 2013 : Using the Organization Chart Wizard with new data
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