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Windows Server 2012 Requirements and Installation : Customizing the Interface with Features on Demand
Features on Demand can be used to remove specific roles and features. By cherry-picking which components reside on your server, you can save disk space.
Windows Server 2012 Requirements and Installation : Deploying Minimal Server Interface
Windows Server 2012 also offers an interface that is between Server with a GUI and Server Core: the Minimal Server Interface. With an initial Server with a GUI install, you can convert to the Minimal Server Interface through Server Manager.
Windows Server 2012 Requirements and Installation : Switching Between Install Modes
Whatever your reason, you have a couple of options to convert from the full install mode. You can convert through a simple PowerShell command, or you can remove the graphical shell of a full install to trim down to a core install.
Windows Server 2012 Requirements and Installation : Installing Server 2012 (part 2) - Server with a GUI Install
The Server with a GUI installation option is equivalent to the Full Installation mode in Server 2008 R2. This option installs the full Windows Server standard interface and all of the management tools.
Windows Server 2012 Requirements and Installation : Installing Server 2012 (part 1) - Server Core Install
Starting with Server 2012, Microsoft recommends using the Server Core installation method. This is because Server Core’s interface reduces the amount of space needed for installation as well as the potential attack surface of the server.
Windows Server 2012 Requirements and Installation : Server 2012 Editions, Server 2012 Requirements
Windows Server 2012 is currently available in four editions, also known as SKUs (an acronym for “stock keeping units”). As with the last server release—Server 2008 R2—all SKUs are available only in 64-bit; no 32-bit SKUs are available.
SharePoint 2010 : Farm Governance - Restricting web part access in the farm
Web parts are the components of an organization's site that provide modularity and flexibility. Web parts are ASP.NET server-side modules that are available to be put into a page via a web part zone. The modules perform all different kinds of functions based on an organization's needs.
SharePoint 2010 : Farm Governance - Installing a feature and activating it
One of the tasks that inevitably fall upon a SharePoint Administrator is the process of installing features and solutions. Features are solutions typically written by developers. They perform a business function such as workflow or a web part.
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Planning for Voice Deployment - Voice Resilience
Voice resiliency in Lync Server 2010 is achieved by providing endpoints with a primary and backup registrar service. The registrar service existed in Office Communications Server 2007 R2 as part of the Front End Service, but has been separated into its own role in Lync Server 2010 to provide failover capabilities for voice features.
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Planning for Voice Deployment - Voice Routing
Voice routing in Lync Server 2010 is composed of a few different components, including the dial plan discussed previously. It is difficult to discuss the remaining components separately because how they are connected directly affects voice routing.
Windows Server 2003 on HP ProLiant Servers : The Pilot
The pilot is a key component to any migration. This is the test bed for the design that has now been developed. The Georgia Dept. of Transportation (GDOT) has permitted me to publish the details of how it ran the pilot, and this section contains much of GDOT's design criteria and experience, as well as experience from the deployment of HP's pilot.
Windows Server 2003 on HP ProLiant Servers : Build Guides
One of the best ideas I've seen for migration planning is that of Reed Elsevier and what it calls Build Guides the brainchild of HP consultant. Build Guides the brainchild of HP consultant are documents that define step-by-step processes to create various components of the infrastructure.
Windows Server 2003 on HP ProLiant Servers : File and Print Services, Selection of ProLiant Servers for the Enterprise
By allowing servers to share resources provided by an enclosure, individual servers can be made much more compact. The architecture not only allows you to put a lot more processing power into a smaller space, but its modular design also simplifies deployment.
Maintaining Dynamics GP : Troubleshooting issues with a DexSQL log
When trying to troubleshoot issues a common request from Microsoft support and from their Partners is to run a DexSQL log. A DexSQL log is a file that logs commands made from Dynamics GP to the database to help understand performance issues. After creation, this file is sent to the company's partner or to Microsoft for assistance in troubleshooting.
Maintaining Dynamics GP : Speeding security setup with User Copy
Setting up security for individual users can be a time-consuming task. Dynamics GP 2010 provides a mechanism to copy the access from an existing user to a new user including tasks, roles, and company access. This feature provides a great way to quickly set up new users and ensure that their security is consistent.
Maintaining Dynamics GP : Validating balances with the Reconcile utility
The summary total of an account should equal the sum of all of the detail transactions for an account. If it doesn't the Reconcile utility will recalculate the totals from the detail and replace the summary total.
Maintaining Dynamics GP : Resolving errors with the Check Links utility
Check Links and Reconcile are the two most commonly used utilities in Dynamics GP. Despite their common usage, their roles and outcomes are regularly misunderstood. We will look at Check Links in this recipe and move on to Reconcile for our next dish.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Creating SQL Reporting Services Subscriptions
One of the most useful SRS features is the ability to create subscriptions. Subscriptions allow you to publish the latest version of a report on a scheduled basis to email recipients or save to a Windows file share.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Creating New Reports
Given the wide variety of ready-made reports Microsoft provides, it is generally easier to clone a report that is close to what you need and modify it than to create a new report from scratch.
Windows Server 2008 : Working with the Schema - Modifying the Schema with adprep, Registering the Active Directory Schema Snap-In
If you originally created your forest and domain by promoting a Windows Server 2003 server to a domain controller (DC), the forest and domain will not support Windows Server 2008 DCs
Windows Server 2008 : Promoting and Demoting a Domain Controller - Using dcpromo to Install from Media, Forcing Removal of Active Directory
When you promote a server to a DC in a domain that already has a DC, it replicates all Active Directory data from an existing DC to the replica DC. If this is within a well-connected network, it’s no problem.
BizTalk Server 2009 : Use The Business Rule Engine (part 2) - What Are the Artifacts That Constitute a Business Rule?
The requirement to define vocabularies and facts before the definition of the business rules within a policy can be cumbersome and annoying for most business analysts, and usually results in them creating and publishing multiple versions of their vocabularies as they are developing the business rules.
BizTalk Server 2009 : Use The Business Rule Engine (part 1)
An organization's most strategic assets are the products/services it provides to its customers as well as the business model and internal processes it uses to differentiate itself from its competition.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4 : Scribe Integration - Scribe Insight Architecture
Scribe Insight is designed to support the effective deployment of a number of market-leading business applications, including Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Microsoft Dynamics GP, Microsoft Dynamics NAV, Salesforce, and SalesLogix.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4 : Scribe Integration - Integration Options
With regard to costs (we cover the benefits, risks, and requirements in each section), there are varying levels, both during the initial project and on an ongoing basis. As a general rule, the complexity and resulting costs associated with an integration project will be exponentially greater for two-way or multidirectional integration projects versus one-way integrations.
Maintaining Dynamics GP : Safeguarding data by Backing Up everything
Data backup may be the single most important maintenance item related to Dynamics GP. Backing up data is crucial to ensuring the long term integrity of the system. Dynamics GP provides a basic backup process designed to protect data and schedule full backups.
Maintaining Dynamics GP : Improving stability by Managing Dictionaries
Microsoft Dynamics GP uses dictionary files to hold application code, forms, and reports. Form and report modifications in Dynamics GP don't modify the underlying item; instead, modified forms and reports are modified copies of the original that are stored in the reports and forms dictionaries.
Client Access to Exchange Server 2007 : Using Cached Exchange Mode for Offline Functionality
Outlook 2007 continues to support Cached Exchange mode. Cached Exchange mode, or Cached mode for short, refers to a configuration where Outlook is storing the messages and calendar items locally. Unlike the old Personal folder file (PST) storage method, Cached mode utilizes an OST file.
Client Access to Exchange Server 2007 : Using Outlook 2007 Collaboratively (part 3) - Using Group Schedules
Group schedules are a fairly new feature and are only available to Outlook 2003 and 2007 clients. Group schedules enable the user to create groups of users enabling a quick view of their calendars.
Client Access to Exchange Server 2007 : Using Outlook 2007 Collaboratively (part 2) - Sharing Information with Users Outside the Company
In response to more advanced needs of users, Outlook 2007 has provided functions to help extend familiar collaboration tools into unfamiliar areas. Much of the functionality available among users of the same Exchange environment is now available across the Internet.
Client Access to Exchange Server 2007 : Using Outlook 2007 Collaboratively (part 1)
Like every evolution of Outlook, Outlook 2007 expands on the collaborative tools available to the end user when connecting to an Exchange server. This section covers many of these collaborative tools and new collaborative features available in the Outlook 2007 client.
Windows Server 2003 on HP ProLiant Servers : The Physical Design and Developing the Pilot - Time Services (part 2) - Domain Time Hierarchy
Each Windows 2003 server or XP client must find an authoritative time source when it boots. DCPromo also performs time synchronization during the promotion of a new DC.
Windows Server 2003 on HP ProLiant Servers : The Physical Design and Developing the Pilot - Time Services (part 1) - Time Services Role in Authentication
Windows 2003 increased the accuracy of time synchronization by adopting the Network Time Protocol (NTP), which has the capability to synchronize time within milliseconds. Because all computers—clients, servers, DCs—must all converge on the same time, accurate time synchronization is important.
Windows Server 2003 on HP ProLiant Servers : The Physical Design and Developing the Pilot - Network Services
Network services described in this section include DHCP, DNS, and Remote Access. There have been significant improvements in all three areas that will affect the physical design of the Windows 2003 infrastructure. Even if you currently have a Windows 2000 environment, there are features you will want to take advantage of.
Workflow in Dynamics AX 2009 : Workflow Life Cycle (part 3) - Activating the Workflow
Workflows in Dynamics AX 2009 are always explicitly activated; either a user does something in the Dynamics AX 2009 client or in Enterprise Portal that causes workflow processing to start, or the execution of business logic starts a workflow.
Workflow in Dynamics AX 2009 : Workflow Life Cycle (part 2) - Creating the Workflow Document Class
The purpose of a workflow is to automate all or part of a business process. To do this, it must be possible to define various rules over the document that is being processed by workflow. In Dynamics AX 2009, these rules are referred to as conditions.
Workflow in Dynamics AX 2009 : Workflow Life Cycle (part 1) - State Model
A state model defines a set of states and the transitions that are permitted between the different states for a given record type, along with an initial state and a final state. The reason state models exist is to provide a very prescriptive life cycle for whatever data they are associated to. The current state value is often stored in a field on a record.
Workflow in Dynamics AX 2009 : Workflow Architecture
The first assumption reflects the fact that most business logic resides and is executed in the AOS. The second assumption was based on the opportunity to use existing Microsoft technology for executing workflows in Dynamics AX 2009 instead of designing and implementing this functionality from scratch.
SharePoint 2010 : Configuring Search Settings and the User Interface - Search Tabs and Pages
Search tabs are a web control displayed on the Enterprise Search Center. The purpose of search tabs is to allow easy navigation between different search pages, each with their own search Web Parts, layout, configuration, and scope. Per default SharePoint creates the All Sites and the People tabs in Enterprise Search Centers.
SharePoint 2010 : Configuring Search Settings and the User Interface - Search Scopes
Search scopes are used to limit the result set by applying rule-based restrictions to the search. Scopes do not require being a subset of a larger result set. They can define individual possible result sets.
SQL Server 2008 R2 : Performance Monitoring Tools (part 12) - Viewing Data Collector Set Results in Performance Monitor
To view a Data Collector Set report in Windows Performance Monitor, expand Reports and click User Defined or System. Then expand the Data Collector Set that you want to view as a report. Simply click the report that you want to view from the list of available reports. The report opens in the console pane.
SQL Server 2008 R2 : Performance Monitoring Tools (part 11) - Creating Data Collector Sets in Performance Monitor
A Data Collector Set is the building block of performance monitoring and reporting in Windows Performance Monitor. It organizes multiple data collection points into a single component that can be used for review or to log performance counters.
SQL Server 2008 R2 : Performance Monitoring Tools (part 10) - Creating an Extended Events Session
Windows Performance Monitor is a graphical tool that provides a visual display of built-in Windows performance counters, either in real-time or as a way to review historical data. It is supplied as part of the installation of any Windows server or workstation.
SQL Server 2008 R2 : Performance Monitoring Tools (part 9) - Creating an Extended Events Session
As you examine the CREATE EVENT SESSION T-SQL code, notice that two events are being created with the ADD EVENT statements. One will gather async IO requests, and the other will retrieve SQL Server–acquired locks on an object’s information.
SQL Server 2008 R2 : Performance Monitoring Tools (part 8) - Extended Events Catalog Views and DMVs
To get metadata information about what events, actions, fields, and targets have been defined, you can use the catalog views supplied with SQL Server.
SQL Server 2008 R2 : Performance Monitoring Tools (part 7) - SQL Server Extended Events
SQL Server Extended Events (SSEE) are truly the future event-oriented framework that all SQL Server–based systems and applications will be using going forward. Extended Events are highly flexible to define, are able to capture almost any action or event within your reach, are lightweight in their implementation, and are flexible enough to create simple or complex monitoring across multiple systems and environments.
SQL Server 2008 R2 : Performance Monitoring Tools (part 6) - SQL Server Utility
SQL Server 2008 R2 introduces a new multiserver management tool named the SQL Server Utility. This new tool takes performance monitoring in SQL Server to the next level by providing the capability to monitor specific performance metrics for one or more SQL Server instances in a single view from a single SQL Server instance.
SQL Server 2008 R2 : Performance Monitoring Tools (part 5) - Creating a Customized Data Collection Set
Although you cannot change or delete the built-in system Data Collectors, you can define your own custom data collection sets. However, currently, you can define them only in T-SQL.
SQL Server 2008 R2 : Performance Monitoring Tools (part 4) - Managing the Data Collector in T-SQL
Much of the Data Collector can be managed effectively within SSMS. However, if you have to perform a number of tasks repeatedly, using the wizards and SSMS dialogs can sometimes become tedious.
SQL Server 2008 R2 : Performance Monitoring Tools (part 3) - The System Data Collectors, Data Collector Reports
After you set up data collection, SQL Server Management Studio provides three new reports for viewing data accumulated by the Data Collector: Server Activity History, Disk Usage Summary and Query Statistics History. You can view these reports by right-clicking on the Data Collection node and selecting Reports, and then select Management Data Warehouse.
 
 
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