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Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Leveraging the Capabilities of the Outlook Web Access Client - Understanding OWA Security Features, Tips for OWA Users with Slow Access
OWA has several enhancements for security, including support for message classification, spam beacon blocking, attachment blocking, cookie authentication, and clearing user credentials during the logoff process.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Leveraging the Capabilities of the Outlook Web Access Client - Using Contacts in OWA
Contacts enable you to create your own lists of users who might not be within the GAL. By entering them into the Contacts list, you can easily send emails and appointments to those contacts and create distribution lists made up of users in the GAL and those in your personal Contacts list.
What's new and improved in SharePoint 2013 : Creating an eDiscovery Center
SharePoint 2013 introduces a new type of site: the eDiscovery Center. An eDiscovery Center is a single site that you can use to organize your discovery and legal-hold activities. You must have at least one eDiscovery Center created to work with legal holds and discovery queries. You can track one or many cases, which represent individual legal or regulatory actions.
What's new and improved in SharePoint 2013 : Creating badges, Using Visual Designer for workflows within SharePoint Designer
Badges are another new feature with SharePoint 2013. You can create new badges representing special achievements on your site that you or your moderators can award. Badges are a form of gamification, which refers to using game-style mechanics and awards in a non–game-playing scenario.
What's new and improved in SharePoint 2013 : Previewing search documents, Using the Community Site template
SharePoint 2013 offers a number of preview options within the search results view. For example, users can quickly preview Microsoft Office documents via the Office Web Apps integration. The same is true for video results.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Adding a Terminal Server - Adding a RemoteApp to Remote Web Workplace
One of the cool things you can do with the new RemoteApps capability is add an application directly to the RWA landing page. This allows a user working remotely to directly and securely access an application on the SBS network without having to log on to take a full Remote Desktop session.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Adding a Terminal Server - Configuring RemoteApps (part 2) - Deploying with .rdp and .msi files
You can easily deploy remote applications to specific computers on your network by creating .rdp or .msi files. Personally, we prefer using .msi files because they can be pushed out using Group Policy and you can control additional settings with them. Or you can create a file share to save the files to, and users can install the files to their computers.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Adding a Terminal Server - Configuring RemoteApps (part 1) - RemoteApp Manager
The RemoteApp Manager console (remoteprograms.msc), shown in Figure 1, is used to manage remote applications. From here, you can define the various settings that control which applications are available, who can connect to them, and how they’re distributed and published.
SQL Server 2012 : XML and the Relational Database - Querying XML Data Using XQuery (part 2) - SQL Server XQuery in Action, XML DML
The W3C XQuery specification does not provide a way for you to modify XML data as you can modify relational table data using the INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE keywords in T-SQL. So Microsoft has created its own XML data manipulation language, XML DML, which is included in its own XQuery implementation.
SQL Server 2012 : XML and the Relational Database - Querying XML Data Using XQuery (part 1) - Understanding XQuery Expressions and XPath
The XQuery specification contains several descriptions of requirements, use cases, and data models. We encourage you to review the specification to get a full understanding of what XQuery is all about.
SQL Server 2012 : XML and the Relational Database - Shredding XML Using OPENXML
Up to this point, you have been using FOR XML to compose XML from rows of data, but what if you already have XML data and want to shred it back into relational data? SQL Server 2000 introduced a feature called OPENXML for this purpose.
Maintaining Windows Home Server 2011 : Defragmenting the System Drive, Reviewing Event Viewer Logs, Setting Up a Maintenance Schedule
Windows Home Server constantly monitors your system for unusual or noteworthy occurrences, such as a service that doesn’t start, the installation of a device, or an application error.
Maintaining Windows Home Server 2011 : Deleting Unnecessary Files from the System Drive
With hard drive capacities now regularly weighing in at several hundred gigabytes (with terabyte—1,000 gigabytes—and larger drives now readily available), free hard disk is not the problem it once was.
Extending Dynamics GP with Free Software : Capturing Screenshots and sending an E-mail for support
When it comes to support, few things are better for troubleshooting than a snapshot of what went wrong. One of the great features available in the free Support Debugging Tool from Microsoft is the ability to grab screenshots and environment files, such as the Dynamics.set file, and e-mail them for support.
Extending Dynamics GP with Free Software : Extending Dynamics GP with the Support Debugging Tool, Coloring windows by company
It has been said that bacon is the meat that makes other meat taste better. Along those lines, the Support Debugging Tool is the bacon of the Dynamics GP world. It makes working with Dynamics GP better in so many ways.
BizTalk 2006 : Getting Started with Pipeline Development (part 3) - Configuring Recoverable Interchanges, Using the Default Pipelines
There are two places where you can configure a recoverable Interchange. The first is in the Receive Pipeline Designer as shown in Figure 5. The ability to configure Recoverable Interchange Processing is available at design time when a custom pipeline that contains either a Flat File Disassembler or an XMLDisassembler is being developed. Recoverable Interchanges is a property of that component.
BizTalk 2006 : Getting Started with Pipeline Development (part 2) - Understanding Pipeline Execution, Understanding Interchanges
Pipeline components execute in a sequential order starting from the first stages and working down to the last. The exception to this rule is the Disassembler component, which will execute sequentially within the Disassemble stage of the receive pipeline until a component is found that is able to process the message.
BizTalk 2006 : Getting Started with Pipeline Development (part 1) - Pipeline Stages
Custom pipelines are divided into receive and send pipelines. Both types of pipelines have stages unique to either sending or receiving messages. Each stage of the pipeline has the ability to contain multiple pipeline components that are designed to be executed within that particular stage
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Creating and Modifying Configurations (part 5) - External Authoring, Authoring with CP Studio
CP Studio offers all the advantages of authoring configuration data outside the console without the requirement of needing to know XML. CP Studio also gives you the ability to create configuration data from an existing system using a profiling process that converts the current state of the system into a baseline.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Creating and Modifying Configurations (part 4) - Console Authoring - Validation Criteria
Each object, other than the Registry object, has a validation tab; by using this tab, you specify the criteria for validating that the object exists. Add criteria in the top list box by clicking the New button.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Creating and Modifying Configurations (part 3) - Console Authoring - Settings
Settings are the result of queries against Active Directory, the IIS metabase, the Windows Registry, SQL Server databases, WMI WQL, an XML file, or a custom script. Each of these query types has the configurable properties listed in Table 3.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Creating and Modifying Configurations (part 2) - Console Authoring - Objects
Objects represent the existence of an assembly, a file or folder, or a Registry key. Each type of check has the definable properties listed in Table 2.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Creating and Modifying Configurations (part 1)
The main purpose of the ConfigMgr console in DCM is to organize, assign, create, and edit configuration baselines and configuration items. The built-in toolset for these last two activities—creating and editing—is fairly complete; it allows you to define a wide range of evaluation criteria covering most of the scenarios needed.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Desired Configuration Management - Configurations
Microsoft built DCM knowing that every IT environment is unique and that configuration standards and requirements in each IT environment are different. Thus, DCM gives you the tools to create configuration items and baselines from scratch according to your individual needs and wants. The built-in editor is straightforward and easy to use, allowing you to create simple to complex configuration items and anything in-between.
Microsoft Dynamic AX 2009 : Working with .NET Business Connector (part 3) - Querying Data Across Companies, Invoking Business Logic
When you log on to Dynamics AX with .NET Business Connector, you establish a session that is dedicated to one specific company that the Dynamics AX user has access to.
Microsoft Dynamic AX 2009 : Working with .NET Business Connector (part 2) - Exception Handling, Accessing Data
.NET Business Connector has a large set of managed exceptions that can be raised at run time. This set of managed exceptions provides improved granularity, and therefore more flexibility, in handling those exceptions.
Microsoft Dynamic AX 2009 : Working with .NET Business Connector (part 1) - Processing Requests and Responses
Much like any integration component, .NET Business Connector processes requests and returns responses associated with the use of the managed classes by applications across all the established .NET Business Connector user sessions.
Integrating Systems Management Server 2003 into Patch Management Processes (part 2) - Authorizing and Distributing Software Updates
Once SMS 2003 has been configured to advertise the packages that contain the inventory tools and compliance reports are received, you can begin to authorize and distribute software updates. Several steps are involved in distributing software updates using SMS 2003, ranging from preparing the folders where the packages will be stored, to creating the packages, to testing the packages, to deploying the packages, and, finally, to monitoring the deployment’s progress.
Integrating Systems Management Server 2003 into Patch Management Processes (part 1) - Extending SMS 2003 Functionality for Software Updates
In response to customers’ patch management needs, Microsoft released the Software Update Services (SUS) feature pack for SMS 2.0. Much of the functionality of the feature pack has been updated and incorporated into SMS 2003, and new features have been added.
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Planning for Deploying External Services - Edge Server Preparation
A good deal of preparation work goes into making an Edge Server ready for deployment, and the actual installation of Lync Server is probably one of the easiest parts after a server is correctly configured. This section discusses some of the configuration requirements and considerations an organization must make when preparing an Edge Server.
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Planning for Voice Deployment - Devices, Response Groups
After planning the necessary infrastructure components in a Lync Server 2010 deployment, remember that end users in the environment invest some time planning what the experience will be for them. The devices deployed alongside the Lync Server 2010 infrastructure have a big impact on how the project is accepted and viewed by an organization.
Sharepoint 2013 : Expanding My Tasks settings
After the tasks assigned to you are in one centralized location on your My Tasks page, you can adjust the view options to suit your needs. You might want to view only tasks that have been edited in the last year, or revise the Tasks default timeline range.
Sharepoint 2013 : Using SkyDrive Pro, Using the timeline feature for tasks, Mentioning a colleague feature
Many times, when updating the status on your Newsfeed or replying to a Blog Post, you’ll reference a colleague’s name. Mentioning someone in SharePoint 2013 draws attention to others and alerts those people that you’ve mentioned them. Newsfeeds will also be updated across the community that someone they’re following has been mentioned.
Sharepoint 2013 : Adding a thumbnail to a video
The asset library has several new features when it comes to working with video files. In the past, you only had the ability to upload a file with an out-of-the-box configuration of SharePoint.
Exchange Server 2007 : Using OWA Mail Features (part 3)
Configuring an email message as High Importance attaches a red exclamation mark (!) icon to the message that appears in the message list when the user receives the message. These choices don’t actually speed up the delivery of the message, but provide a visual clue as to the message importance.
Exchange Server 2007 : Using OWA Mail Features (part 2)
Many users need to be able to attach files to their messages. This function is supported when sending messages via OWA. When you send attachments, an upload of the file or attachment is required and can be affected when doing so over a slow link.
Exchange Server 2007 : Using OWA Mail Features (part 1)
Although OWA is a feature-rich interface into Exchange, the primary reason people use it is for the ability to access their email quickly and easily via the Internet.
Windows Server 2012 Group Policies and Policy Management : Policy Management Tools (part 2)
New to the GPMC with Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012, administrators can now force a Group Policy update to be processed on all systems within a specific OU from the GPMC.
Windows Server 2012 Group Policies and Policy Management : Policy Management Tools (part 1)
Microsoft provides several different tools administrators can use to create and manage local and domain-based group policies. The OS version the administrator is using to manage policies determines the functionality the tools provide.
Windows Server 2012 Group Policies and Policy Management : Group Policy Policies Node
The Policies node contained in both the computer and user configuration of group policies contain settings that in most cases are enforced and no longer configurable by the client.
SQL Server 2012 : Running SQL Server in A Virtual Environment - MONITORING VIRTUALIZED DATABASE SERVERS
This section focuses on real-world monitoring of your virtualized database servers, identifying specific changes you may need to make to your monitoring processes and confirming which aspects of your current monitoring can remain unchanged.
SQL Server 2012 : Running SQL Server in A Virtual Environment - ARCHITECTING SUCCESSFUL VIRTUAL DATABASE SERVERS
To ensure SQL Server works at least as well as you expect, if not better, when you deploy it on a virtual server, design considerations must be made, which often involve settings and decisions that you wouldn’t have to make with a physical server deployment.
SQL Server 2012 : Running SQL Server in A Virtual Environment - IDENTIFYING CANDIDATES FOR VIRTUALIZATION
As virtualization’s popularity has grown, so has the debate about which server roles can be virtualized. Some of the very broad generalizations have contained a grain of truth. Certainly for a long time there was the view that production database servers could never be virtualized but virtualization technology has developed significantly to not normally make that a problem.
SQL Server 2012 : Running SQL Server in A Virtual Environment - MANAGING CONTENTION
In looking at some of reasons for virtualization’s popularity, the preceding sections identified the concept of contention, the capability to better use previously underutilized physical resources in a server in order to reduce the total number of physical servers deployed.
Microsoft Content Management Server Development : A Placeholder Control to Store All HTML Tags (part 2)
To use the AllTagsHtmlPlaceholderControl, copy the UsefulPlaceholderControl.dll library file to the bin directory or add it as a reference to the project. After adding the control to the Toolbox, drag and drop it onto template files as you would with regular placeholder controls. Set the PlaceholderToBind property of the control to an existing HtmlPlaceholderDefinition.
Microsoft Content Management Server Development : A Placeholder Control to Store All HTML Tags (part 1)
Consider a posting that contains a single HtmlPlaceholderControl that allows authors to edit the HTML source code (the AllowHtmlSourceEditing property has been set to true).
Sharepoint 2013 : Create a Team Site, Create an Enterprise Wiki Site in SharePoint Server, Create a Blog Site
A wiki site is for managing and sharing information. This type of site is used mostly to share ideas and knowledge among many people. The Enterprise Wiki Site template enables users who use the site to easily change the pages and create new pages.
Sharepoint 2013 : Create a Subsite
You want to create a subsite under an existing site. For example, you want to create a site for a team, or a blog site for a certain person, or a wiki site for a specific topic.
SQL server 2008 R2 : Reverting to a Database Snapshot for Recovery
If you have a database snapshot defined for a source database, you can use that snapshot to revert the source database to that snapshot’s point-in-time milestone. In other words, you consciously overlay a source database with the point-in-time representation of that database (which you got when you created a snapshot).
SQL server 2008 R2 : Setup and Breakdown of a Database Snapshot
You might actually be surprised to find out how easily you can set up a database snapshot. This simplicity is partly due to the level at which database snapshots are created: at the database level and not at the table level. Setting up a database snapshot only entails running a CREATE DATABASE with the AS SNAPSHOT OF statement.
 
 
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