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Windows Home Server 2011 : Maintaining Windows Home Server - Checking Free Disk Space on the System Drive
Hard disks with capacities measured in the hundreds of gigabytes are commonplace even in low-end systems nowadays, so disk space is much less of a problem than it used to be.
Windows Home Server 2011 : Maintaining Windows Home Server - Checking Your Hard Disk for Errors
Our hard disks store our programs and, most importantly, our precious data, so they have a special place in the computing firmament. We ought to pamper and coddle them to ensure a long and trouble-free existence, but that’s rarely the case, unfortunately.
Windows Home Server 2011 : Maintaining Windows Home Server - Checking System Uptime
In networking parlance, uptime refers to the amount of time that some system has been running continuously since the last time the system was started. From the standpoint of Windows Home Server, the longer the uptime the better, because that means the server has been available for clients longer, which means that shared folders, media streaming, and remote access have all been available.
HP ProLiant Servers AIS : How Memory Works
Memory chips were originally attached directly to the system board of a computer. As the need for more memory increased and the space on the system board started to become scarce, memory chips were mounted on cards called memory modules.
HP ProLiant Servers AIS : Memory and Cache
Server performance is substantially increased if the system buses are utilized on every clock cycle. As technical innovations have consistently increased processor speed and capacity, systems designers have been challenged to find ways to keep the system buses fully utilized at every clock cycle.
SQL Server 2008 R2 : A Performance Monitoring Approach (part 3) - Monitoring Memory, Monitoring the Disk System
Memory, like a processor, is divided into segments for each process running on the server. If there is a demand for more memory than is available, the operating system has to use virtual memory to supplement the physical memory.
SQL Server 2008 R2 : A Performance Monitoring Approach (part 2) - Monitoring the Processors
The main processors of a server do the majority of the hard work, executing the operating system code and all applications. This is the next logical place to start looking at the performance of a system. With SQL Server 2008, you can identify the number of CPUs you want to utilize on your physical machine.
SQL Server 2008 R2 : A Performance Monitoring Approach (part 1)
One area of possible congestion is the network card or network interface; it does not matter how fast the server’s work is if it has to queue up to go out through a small pipe.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : The Four-Phase Patch Management Process (part 2) - The Evaluate & Plan Phase, The Deploy Phase
The Evaluate & Plan phase of the patch management process is where the organization needs to examine how it will respond to a software update, how it will release the update, how it will build the update, and how it will conduct acceptance testing for the release.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : The Four-Phase Patch Management Process (part 1) - The Assess Phase, The Identify Phase
During the Identify phase of the four-phase patch management process, the organization is focused on gathering information about the software update that triggered entry into the Identify phase, whether or not the update is relevant to the production environment; obtaining the software update itself; and categorizing the update as either an emergency update or one that can be dealt with routinely within the time frame set by the organization for software updates.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Patch Management - Preparing for Patch Management
Necessary tasks in the project of preparing for patch management are the identification of assets that will fall under the patch management process, inventorying them, and configuring them so that they conform to a secure baseline.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Patch Management - The Need for Effective Patch Management, Introduction to the Patch Management Process
This process, introduced in MSM 2.5, uses a four-phase approach of Identify, Evaluate & Plan, and Deploy and was based on several MOF functions. Also discussed is the implementation of an SMS 2003 infrastructure and its functions in patch management and deployment, along with instructions on responding to patch emergencies and accelerated timelines.
Windows Server 2012 : Configuring post-installation settings
The Windows Server 2012 installation process is almost the same as Windows Server 2008. Some steps such as IP settings, computer name, and domain join have been removed (in comparison with older versions such as Windows Server 2003), to make it straightforward.
Windows Server 2012 : Enabling and disabling the graphical interface in Hyper-V
Server Core has many installation benefits, but there are a few situations where the GUI is better and provides more options; for example, when we need to troubleshoot a problem on the server. Even with the handy tools from the previous task, nothing replaces the full server installation.
Windows Server 2012 : Managing a Server Core installation using sconfig
The Server Configuration tool is added by default on a Server Core installation or Hyper-V Server. Just type sconfig at the command line and the menu will be loaded.
SQL Server 2012 : Running SQL Server in A Virtual Environment - EXTENDED FEATURES OF VIRTUALIZATION
Snapshotting a virtual server is very similar to how SQL Server’s own snapshot function works. In principle, the hypervisor suspends the virtual machine, or perhaps requires it to be shut down, and places a point-in-time marker within the virtual machine’s data files.
SQL Server 2012 : Running SQL Server in A Virtual Environment - VIRTUALIZATION CONCEPTS
Like any technology, virtualization covers a minefield of new terminology, features, and capabilities. To make things even more complicated, different vendors often use different terms for the same item. To help remove that ambiguity, this section covers the main terms and features commonly used by virtualization software currently being deployed.
SQL Server 2012 : Running SQL Server in A Virtual Environment - COMMON VIRTUALIZATION PRODUCTS
If you search for virtualization products using your favorite search engine, you’ll get dozens of results for different products, and many opinions about which is best. While it’s true that the virtualization marketplace is crowded, there are still only a handful of vendors that offer production-ready server virtualization products.
What's new and improved in SharePoint 2013 : Creating an asset library
An asset library is a SharePoint 2013 app that has been optimized for the storage of digital assets. These assets can include audio, images, and video. The default view for this library presents the assets as thumbnails.
What's new and improved in SharePoint 2013 : Using the Office Store
These self-contained web applications can come out of the box or be downloaded from Microsoft’s Office Store. Apps provide users with a way to take advantage of existing applications that others have already built rather than building them from scratch. Lists and libraries are apps as well as other useful mini programs.
What's new and improved in SharePoint 2013 : Customizing the interface
The chances are good that when you start to use your SharePoint site, you will want to customize a few things to meet the needs of your team. SharePoint 2013 supports a number of out-of-the-box formatting options (as well as supporting personalization for each option).
What's new and improved in SharePoint 2013 : Creating a new site
Site administrators have a lot of latitude for how they can create a site. With the release of SharePoint 2013, there are yet more options available. Also, the steps involved for creating a new site have been simplified.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Configuring Desired Configuration Management
Desired Configuration Management setup is considerably simpler than other features of ConfigMgr because there is no formal site role. The client performs all processing and returns the results to the site server. This section discusses the quick setup of DCM and the rather straightforward configuration options available.
Extending Dynamics GP with Free Software : Preventing date errors with DocDateVerify, Executing SQL from the Support Administrator Console
There are times when the best way to confirm that information in Dynamics GP is correct is to simply look at the records in the SQL Server. Typically, this is done by executing an SQL command in SQL Server Management Studio.
Extending Dynamics GP with Free Software : Checking Dynamics GP spelling with Willoware
Follow the instructions included with the download to install Willoware in Dynamics GP. Microsoft Word and the Office Proofing Tools are required on the client computer as Willoware's product uses Microsoft Word for the spell checking.
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Planning for Voice Deployment - Enhanced 911
Lync Server 2010 has the capability to provide location information to an Emergency Services Service Provider through the network configuration objects and a location information database.
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Planning for Voice Deployment - Media Bypass
Planning for Media Bypass is not too complicated because it only encompasses identifying which IP/PSTN gateways in the organization support the feature and then configuring the trunks appropriately to enable the support.
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Planning for Voice Deployment - Network Configuration, Call Admission Control
Planning the network configuration first is key when beginning to plan for Call Admission Control, Media Bypass, or Enhanced 911 services in Lync Server 2010. Each of these components relies on network regions, sites, and links to be configured correctly before they can be enabled.
SQL Server 2012 : Running SQL Server in A Virtual Environment - WHY VIRTUALIZE A SERVER?
Additionally, virtual servers running SQL Server can benefit from some of the features that encapsulation brings, which we’ve just discussed; however, it’s at this point that some virtualization features, such as snapshotting a virtual server, Microsoft does not support using with SQL Server.
SQL Server 2012 : Running SQL Server in A Virtual Environment - AN OVERVIEW OF VIRTUALIZATION
A typical textbook definition of virtualization defines the concept of sharing a single physical resource between multiple isolated processes, by presenting each with their own virtual version of the physical resource.
Windows Server 2012 Group Policies and Policy Management : Understanding Group Policy (part 3) - GPO Filtering, Group Policy Loopback Processing
Applying GPOs can be tricky, and the design of the Active Directory forest, domains, sites, and OU hierarchy plays a major part in this. One of the most important considerations when designing the Active Directory OU hierarchy within a domain is to understand how the domain administrators plan to manage the domain computers and users with group policies.
Windows Server 2012 Group Policies and Policy Management : Understanding Group Policy (part 2) - Group Policy Link Enforcement, Group Policy Inheritance, Group Policy Block Inheritance
GPOs can be linked at the site, domain, and multiple OU levels. When an Active Directory infrastructure contains GPOs linked at the domain level, for example, every container and OU beneath the domain root container inherits any linked policies. As a default example, the Domain Controllers OU inherits the default domain policy from the domain.
Windows Server 2012 Group Policies and Policy Management : Understanding Group Policy (part 1) - GPO Storage and Replication
GPOs are stored in both the file system and the Active Directory database. Each domain in an Active Directory forest stores a complete copy of that particular domain’s GPOs.
Windows Server 2012 Group Policies and Policy Management : Local Group Policies, Domain-Based Group Policies
You can apply two different types of policies to Windows systems and Windows system user accounts: local group policies and Active Directory domain-based group policies.
Windows Server 2012 Group Policies and Policy Management - Group Policy Processing: How Does It Work?
The first thing an administrator needs to understand about Group Policy is that policies are processed and applied by computers and users. Policy processing occurs during certain events like computer startup and user logon but also at periodic intervals
BizTalk Server 2010 : Installation of WCF SAP Adapter (part 4) - IDOC Deep Dive, Building a BizTalk application — Sending IDOC
The application that we are going to build will receive Vehicle Timesheets from our Work Order Management system, transform the data and construct a CONF32 Confirmation IDOC.
BizTalk Server 2010 : Installation of WCF SAP Adapter (part 3) - IDOC schema generation
IDOC stands for Intermediate Document and is a SAP specification that is used for exchanging information within SAP systems and with external systems such as BizTalk. SAP resources think of IDOCs much like BizTalk resources think about XSD schemas. The difference being that IDOC structures resemble flat files whereas XSD schemas are based upon XML.
BizTalk Server 2010 : Installation of WCF SAP Adapter (part 2) - WCF-SAP Adapter vs WCF Customer Adapter with SAP binding
When we generate schemas for SAP artifacts, the binding file that is also generated will use the WCF-Custom Adapter with an SAP Binding Type. With this binding type selected, we can manipulate any SAP-related property.
BizTalk Server 2010 : Installation of WCF SAP Adapter (part 1) - SAP Prerequisite DLLs
Installing the BizTalk Adapter pack is not enough. You need to obtain two packages from the SAP Marketplace. The SAP Marketplace is the equivalent of Microsoft's MSDN and TechNet offerings.
Exchange Server 2007 : Leveraging the Capabilities of the Outlook Web Access Client - Getting to Know the Look and Feel of OWA 2007
The user interface (UI) of the new OWA client, shown in Figure 1, looks and feels almost exactly like the full Outlook 2007 client, lacking only the To-Do bar. It has the same basic pane structure, the same color scheme, the full folder tree, and the ability to change the widths of the columns.
Exchange Server 2007 : Leveraging the Capabilities of the Outlook Web Access Client - Logging On to OWA 2007
To take advantage of all the functions of OWA 2007, the user must first log on to the system. OWA is traditionally published to the Internet so that users can log in from basically anywhere and access their mailbox.
Exchange Server 2007 : Leveraging the Capabilities of the Outlook Web Access Client - What’s New in OWA 2007?
As has always been the case with new versions of Exchange, Exchange 2007 brings with it many new functions to the OWA client. These improvements run the gamut from smarter calendaring to management of mobile devices to a greatly improved address book.
SQL Server 2012 : Data Architecture (part 2) - Smart Database Design
More than a few databases do not adhere to the principles of information architecture, and as a result, fail to meet organization's needs. In nearly every case, the root cause of the failure was the database design. It was too complex, too clumsy, or just plain inadequate.
SQL Server 2012 : Data Architecture (part 1) - Information Architecture Principle, Database Objectives
Based on the Information Architecture Principle, every database can be architected or evaluated by six interdependent database objectives. Four of these objectives are primarily a function of design, development, and implementation: usability, extensibility, data integrity, and performance
Microsoft Dynamic AX 2009 : .NET Business Connector - Usage Scenarios for .NET Business Connector
In client-based scenarios, .NET Business Connector and the application that uses it are installed on a user’s computer. To make client setup easier, Dynamics AX 2009 allows the installation of just .NET Business Connector on the development machine.
Microsoft Dynamic AX 2009 : .NET Business Connector - Inside .NET Business Connector
.NET Business Connector is a versatile platform component. It contains the Dynamics AX kernel and provides a runtime environment for executing X++ code and interacting with other elements in the AOT.
Microsoft Dynamic AX 2009 : .NET Business Connector - Introduction
.NET Business Connector for Microsoft Dynamics AX is a versatile platform component that you can use to build software applications that interact deeply with both the data and the business logic residing in Dynamics AX 2009.
Windows Server 2012 : Installing and Managing Hyper-V in Full or Server Core Mode - Installing Windows Server 2012 and Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2012
After the prerequisites verification we are ready to install either Windows Server 2012 or Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2012. The basic installation is not so complicated and it's the same for both the products, but it takes time to be finished.
Windows Server 2012 : Installing and Managing Hyper-V in Full or Server Core Mode - Enabling the Hyper-V role
By default, Windows Server does not come with Hyper-V installed. In order to start using the virtual environment, Hyper-V needs to be enabled. Even with its straightforward steps, it is important to understand how it works after the setup and what has changed in Windows architecture.
Windows Server 2012 : Installing and Managing Hyper-V in Full or Server Core Mode - Verifying Hyper-V requirements
In order to install Hyper-V, you should make sure your server supports it by verifying the prerequisites. Failing with the Hyper-V requirements will result in an error while you install it.
 
 
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