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SQL Server 2008 R2 : Performance Monitoring Tools (part 2) - Installing and Configuring the Data Collector
The Data Collector has specific roles for data collection and management data warehouse tasks. The logins and roles required for data collection need to be created on the server that performs the data collection.
SQL Server 2008 R2 : Performance Monitoring Tools (part 1)
SQL Server 2008 introduces a new performance monitoring tool called the Data Collector. The Data Collector is designed to collect performance-related data from multiple sources from one or more SQL Servers, store it in a central data warehouse, and present the data through reports in SQL Server Management Studio.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Package Distribution and Management - Monitoring Status
Both the package distribution process and the advertised programs process generate status messages. You can monitor status in the same place you have monitored other SMS functions—the System Status folder in the SMS Administrator Console. You can also expand the Component Status folder and view the messages for Distribution Manager and Offer Manager.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Configuring the Client (part 4) - Managing the Advanced Client Download Cache, Advertised Programs Process Flow
When a package needs to be downloaded and the cache is too full, SMS checks the other cached packages to see whether it can delete any or all of the oldest packages to free up enough space to accommodate the new package.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Configuring the Client (part 3)
The Run Advertised Programs is installed on Advanced Clients and, like the Advertised Programs Wizard on Legacy Clients, is used to display available advertisements, select advertisements to run, and view the properties of advertisements.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Configuring the Client (part 2) - Running Advertised Programs on Clients - Advertised Programs Wizard
The Advertised Programs Wizard is installed on Legacy Clients and is used to display available advertisements, select advertisements to run, and execute advertisements. When accessed through the Control Panel, this wizard causes the Advertised Programs Client Agent to check the CAP for new advertisements.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Configuring the Client (part 1)
Recall that the Advertised Programs Client Agent component files will need to be installed on Legacy Clients. After you enable and configure the agent, the component will be installed on the Legacy Client at the client’s next update cycle.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Package Distribution and Management - Creating an Advertisement
After you have created your packages and programs, the next step is to create an advertisement. Remember, before you configure an advertisement, you must have identified and created the collections that you’ll advertise the programs to. Programs are always advertised to collections—even if it’s a collection of one.
SharePoint 2010 : Connecting and Disconnecting Servers with Windows PowerShell, Additional Functionality in SharePoint 2010
What if you want to scale out and add more servers to your farm? This can be accomplished using the Connect-SPConfigurationDatabase cmdlet. When using the cmdlet, you need to specify the configuration database name, database server, and the passphrase you used when you created the farm .
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4 : Digital Phone Integration (part 3) - c360 CTI for Microsoft CRM
c360 CTI (Computer Telephony Integration) is a third-party application that enables integration between telephone systems (via TAPI) and Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Similar to the Cisco and Avaya products, this product also detects incoming phone calls (displays the caller’s name and number), automatically produces activities for incoming and outgoing calls, and much more.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4 : Digital Phone Integration (part 2) - Cisco Unified CallConnector for Microsoft Dynamics CRM
Cisco first released a call connector in 2004, and they have been upgrading it ever since. The call connector by Cisco is called the Cisco Unified CallConnector for Microsoft Dynamics CRM, and it enables organizations to integrate the two industry-leading enterprises (Microsoft and Cisco) to aid in better customer-care solutions.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4 : Digital Phone Integration (part 1)
The telephone manufacturers mentioned in this section have partnered with Microsoft to develop their own solutions for their telephone systems, and offer out-of-the-box solutions for integration with Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
BizTalk Server 2006 : Starting a New BizTalk Project - BizTalk Naming Conventions
One of the key benefits of coding business processes using BizTalk orchestrations is the visual representation of the workflow. When building complex orchestrations, naming conventions are critical for orchestration workflow shapes, and are equally important to naming BizTalk artifacts such as maps, ports, and pipelines properly.
BizTalk Server 2006 : Starting a New BizTalk Project - BizTalk Assembly Naming and Versioning
A BizTalk assembly is created by compiling a BizTalk project using VS .NET. Any artifacts in the project will be included in the compiled assembly that is to be deployed.
Windows Server 2003 : Protecting Hosts with Windows Host Firewalls - Protocol Filters
The Windows Firewall and the RRAS Basic Firewall are not the only options available for restricting incoming traffic. Several options exist that can be used to permit and/or block traffic by setting protocol filters. TCP/IP Filters can be set directly on the network connection.
Windows Server 2003 : Protecting Hosts with Windows Host Firewalls - Routing and Remote Access Basic Firewall
One of the options in RRAS is the Basic Firewall. The Basic Firewall is a stateful firewall that can be enabled for any public interface, including an interface used to provide NAT. The Basic Firewall cannot be configured for the private interface of an RRAS server. Static packet filters can be configured.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Customizing Configuration Manager Reports (part 3) - Reporting on Custom Data
With their default settings, ConfigMgr discovery and inventory methods gather a wide variety of data that you can use to report on your environment. If you need additional information about your client systems or discovered AD objects, there is a good chance ConfigMgr can get the data you need.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Customizing Configuration Manager Reports (part 2) - Customizing Report Data Selection
ConfigMgr reports are based on the ConfigMgr database views. You can add columns to your report or remove columns from the report by changing the selection list in the report SQL statement. You can also filter which rows display in the report, by modifying the WHERE clause of the report SQL statement or by specifying additional qualifiers.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Customizing Configuration Manager Reports (part 1) - Customizing Report Layout and Display
To customize the order the columns appear in a report, you can edit the report’s SQL statement and simply re-order the items in the selection list. One of the reports used was Sites by hierarchy with time of last site status update.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Reporting - Dashboards
ConfigMgr 2007 uses dashboards to present several related reports on a single page. This section creates a dashboard to display the overall status of the sites in your hierarchy, the number of errors reported by each site in the past 12 hours, and the fatal errors by component and by computer.
Client Access to Exchange Server 2007 : Getting the Most Out of the Microsoft Outlook Client - Deploying Outlook 2007
To take advantage of all the features of Outlook 2007, you need to deploy Outlook 2007 to your users. The deployment can be performed with many tools such as Systems Management Server 2003 or though Group Policy Objects.
Client Access to Exchange Server 2007 : Getting the Most Out of the Microsoft Outlook Client - Understanding RPC Over HTTPS in Outlook 2007
To ensure that Outlook 2007 is now using RPC over HTTPS, hold the Ctrl key and right-click the Outlook icon in the taskbar. Click Connections. This screen shows you the connection type to the Exchange server.
SharePoint 2010 : Farm Governance - Configuring Resource Throttling
One of the shortcomings of the previous version of SharePoint was that performance began to degrade if a list had more than 2000 items. This doesn't mean if a list had 2001 items, the performance degradation was noticeable. A SharePoint list could have millions of records. Let's break down exactly what happens when a user requests information from a list.
SharePoint 2010 : Farm Governance - Creating a new policy for a web application
There are times when it is critical for the Farm Administrator to designate security policies for a web application. An administrator can do this from Central Administration and it overrides security implemented at the site collection and at sub-site level.
Workflow in Dynamics AX 2009 : Windows Workflow Foundation, Automating Business Processes
You can use the Dynamics AX 2009 workflow infrastructure to automate aspects of a business process that are part of a larger business process automation effort.
Workflow in Dynamics AX : Dynamics AX 2009 Workflow Infrastructure
Fundamentally, workflows consist of one or more workflow activities that represent the items of work to be completed. Additionally, the concept of flows that connect the activities and govern the sequence of execution (referred to as the structure of a workflow) is key.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 : Using Advanced Find (part 5) - Using Edit Multiple Records and Assign Multiple Records from Advanced Find
It is certainly powerful and exciting to have the ability to create a list of records that match your specific criteria. The ability to take action on those records to strengthen your Microsoft Dynamics CRM database and adapt it to your business as it evolves is equally important.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 : Using Advanced Find (part 4) - Using Advanced Filter Criteria
By default, Microsoft Dynamics CRM applies AND logic to queries that include two or more search criteria. This means that results are limited to those records that meet all search criteria in the query.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 : Using Advanced Find (part 3) - Creating and Sharing a Saved View
Microsoft Dynamics CRM allows you to create saved views to save your Advanced Find queries for future use. Saved views can be run or modified at a later date, sparing you from recreating reports you run on a regular schedule.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 : Using Advanced Find (part 2) - Organizing and Formatting Advanced Find Results
Microsoft Dynamics CRM gives you the power to create a report that contains a set of records based on specific, user-defined criteria and yet that is simple to put together. In addition to building your own search query, you can also format Advanced Find results to include additional data columns, and you can sort, order, and size the results columns to meet your reporting needs.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 : Using Advanced Find (part 1) - Performing Advanced Find Queries
Business needs can change frequently over the course of a project and, as a result, reporting needs also change. Ad hoc reporting has become a standard feature within most business applications, but expecting end users to define all of their reporting needs before a system is implemented is unrealistic. T
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Available Reports and Use Cases (part 4) - Asset Intelligence, Reporting on Application Compatibility
Microsoft acquired AssetMetrix, an asset management software company, in 2006. They have used the technology from this acquisition to greatly enhance ConfigMgr asset recognition and reporting capabilities.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Available Reports and Use Cases (part 3) - Client Status Reporting
The effectiveness of your ConfigMgr-based solutions is highly dependent on the client deployment coverage and the health of the ConfigMgr client components on your managed systems. All releases of ConfigMgr 2007 provide a variety of reports that use client inventory, discovery, and status message data to report on client operations and functionality.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Available Reports and Use Cases (part 2) - Reporting on Sites, Reporting on Configuration Manager Operations
Reporting is an essential part of day-to-day operations in your ConfigMgr sites. You can utilize ConfigMgr reporting to describe the operation of ConfigMgr activities including software distribution, software updates management, device management, software metering, DCM, OSD, and NAP. The next sections discuss several of these areas.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Available Reports and Use Cases (part 1) - Reporting on Inventory and Discovery Data
One of the most valuable and often overlooked features of ConfigMgr is the data it gathers about your network and Windows environment. This section looks at some of the reports in the Hardware, Software, Operating System, and Network categories .
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 : Network requirements, The Terminal Server only approach, Shared files, Data backups
With the proliferation of Terminal Server and advances in Terminal Services functionality, many organizations have been implementing Dynamics GP on Terminal Server only, foregoing installations on client workstations completely. Whether this approach is right for your implementation may depend on a great many factors. Let's take a look at some of the pros and cons.
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 : Dynamics GP system requirements
All of this information is updated as new versions and service packs of products are released and certified, so it is important to refer to the current information online when planning your implementation.
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Planning for Voice Deployment - Dial Plan
When beginning a Lync Server 2010 voice deployment, one of the first steps is to determine the dial plan. The dial plan defines how users will contact other users in the organization and includes how many digits are used in each site, whether site prefixes are used, and any number translations required from site to site.
Backup and Restore of Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Restore Processes
In many cases, a restore is the logical reversal of the backup process. However, there are still some decisions the administrator makes. This section reviews restore processes for databases, restoring or moving the CMS, and a bare metal restore of a Lync Server server.
Monitoring Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Using WSUS Reports
The Windows SBS Console enables you to view a list of the updates that WSUS has furnished to each computer on your network, but it does not provide any more detailed WSUS statistics. You can obtain additional information about WSUS activities, however, by using the Update Services console.
Monitoring Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Using the Windows SBS 2011 Best Practices Analyzer
The designers of Windows SBS 2011 have made many of the installation and configuration decisions that Windows Server 2008 R2 administrators must make. The default server configuration implements a series of best practices by installing certain roles and features and configuring them to create a standard Windows SBS server configuration.
SharePoint 2010 and PowerShell: Real-World Solutions : Automate a SharePoint 2010 Installation
The preceding examples show the basic steps used to provision a new SharePoint 2010 farm. We can automate the procedure of creating new SharePoint 2010 farm by placing the following code in a script named New-SPInstallation.ps1.
SharePoint 2010 and PowerShell: Real-World Solutions : Scripted Installation of SharePoint 2010 Using Windows PowerShell
When the binaries are installed on the server and we have a Microsoft SQL Server instance available, the first thing we need to do is create a configuration database. The configuration database is the heart of a SharePoint farm and contains more or less all global settings.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Using the Distribute Software To Collection Wizard
For creating and distributing a package and an advertisement, SMS 2003 includes an alternative tool called the Distribute Software To Collection Wizard. This wizard walks you through each step in the process of creating or identifying a package and program, defining a distribution point, creating or identifying a collection to a target, and creating an advertisement.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Configuring the Software Distribution Component
You can configure additional settings for the package distribution process if the SMS defaults aren’t appropriate within your environment.
Client Access to Exchange Server 2007 : Getting the Most Out of the Microsoft Outlook Client - Security Enhancements in Outlook 2007
Microsoft announced its Secure Computing initiative in 2002 and has continued to improve the security of their products ever since. For Outlook 2007, this means a great increase in the number of security and antispam features available when using the Outlook 2007 client and Exchange Server 2007.
Client Access to Exchange Server 2007 : Getting the Most Out of the Microsoft Outlook Client - What's New in Outlook 2007
New versions of Outlook continue to provide new features and functionality, in addition to enhancing existing features. In this section, administrators can find information covering some of the new features that organizations might find beneficial along with new tools for the end user.
Windows Server 2008 R2 : High Availability, Live Migration, and Snapshots
Windows Server 2008 R2 fail-over clustering options can be used to provide high availability services to a Hyper-V host. By creating a fail-over cluster, you can ensure that all VMs running on a Hyper-V host remain online in the event a host failure. Fail-over clustering is also a requirement for Live Migration.
SharePoint 2010 : Configuring Search Settings and the User Interface - Search Alerts Administration, Search Suggestions
Search alerts in SharePoint are a mechanism to enable users to be notified or alerted by e-mail or SMS text message whenever a specific query would return new results or when the content of existing results has changed. Alerts are personal and can be configured and viewed only by the user who created them.
SharePoint 2010 : Configuring Search Settings and the User Interface - Search Keywords
Keywords are used to configure a relationship between a keyword, synonyms, and a manually defined result set called best bets. Many companies have content where some terms are especially important or have a special meaning. This then leads to a particular query not returning a particular search result or the wanted search result is too far down in the search result set.
 
 
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