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BizTalk Server 2006 : Starting a New BizTalk Project - Creating a Build-and-Integration Environment (part 2) - Using Test-Driven Development, Creating a BizTalk Installation Package
Significant enhancements have been added to BizTalk 2006 to augment the deployment functionality introduced in BizTalk 2002 and 2004. Previous versions required the creation of a SEED package or a custom Windows Installer package using BTSInstaller.
BizTalk Server 2006 : Starting a New BizTalk Project - Creating a Build-and-Integration Environment (part 1) - Five-Step Build Process
Every development team needs a process to build and test their software. This is as importantas the creation of the code itself. Many different build processes exist, but they are all essentially the same with slight twists or enhancements.
Maintaining Dynamics GP : Maintaining updated code by rolling out Service Packs with Client Updates
Using service packs for Dynamics GP is an important part of maintaining the system. Service packs provide bug fixes, close potential security holes, and improve system performance. Some service packs, known as Feature Packs, even add new functionality.
Maintaining Dynamics GP : Providing correct tax information by Updating 1099 information
A common problem arises at year end in the United States with vendors that were not properly set up as 1099 vendors. 1099 vendors are vendors who are required to be sent a 1099 tax form from the company.
SQL Server 2008 R2 : Creating and Managing Stored Procedures - Startup Procedures
A SQL Server administrator can create stored procedures that are marked for execution automatically whenever SQL Server starts. They are often referred to as startup procedures. Startup procedures are useful for performing housekeeping-type tasks or starting up a background process when SQL Server starts.
SQL Server 2008 R2 : Creating and Managing Stored Procedures - Using System Stored Procedures
A system stored procedure is a stored procedure that has some special characteristics. These procedures, created when SQL Server is installed or upgraded, are generally used to administer SQL Server.
Windows Server 2003 : Windows Firewall (part 3) - Service Pack Firewall Modifications - Modifying firewall behavior using the Windows Firewall INF file and unattend.txt
If the service is installed without modification, then the firewall is installed as enabled, and all unsolicited traffic will be blocked. Administrators should configure the service pack installation so that the firewall is installed with appropriate settings for their networks.
Windows Server 2003 : Windows Firewall (part 2) - Service Pack Firewall Modifications - Modifications
A new service, the Security Center, is added. The Security Center monitors security services such as a host firewall, Windows updates, and local antivirus protection. It also provides a central location for changing security settings.
Windows Server 2003 : Windows Firewall (part 1) - Internet Connection Firewall
The Windows Server 2003 built-in firewall is not enabled by default. Installation of SP1 will not change this. The firewall can be enabled and configured to provide rudimentary protection for the server. When enabled, logging is not turned on.
Windows Server 2003 on HP ProLiant Servers : Server Placement (part 3) - Flexible Single Master Operations (FSMO) Placement
The placement of FSMO role holders, sometimes referred to as operations masters, is an important design consideration. Although FSMO placement is important to ensure high accessibility by clients, DCs, and GCs for such things as password changes, new account creations, Group Policy modifications, and Time Services, recovery of FSMO role holders is equally critical.
Windows Server 2003 on HP ProLiant Servers : Server Placement (part 2) - DC Placement, GC Placement
DC placement requires some forethought, especially for environments with a lot of remote sites over slow links or remote sites with few users. Implied with DC placement is the decision of whether to make a physical location an AD site.
Windows Server 2003 on HP ProLiant Servers : Server Placement (part 1) - DNS Placement, Site Affinity
Although the Windows community has more than four years of Windows 2000 experience, there is still a lot of difference of opinion regarding placement of DNS server. A large number of deployments I've seen specify every DC to be a DNS.
Managing SharePoint 2010 with Windows PowerShell : Managing SharePoint 2010 Sites (part 2)
The New-SPWeb cmdlet creates a new site in an existing site collection. The only parameter that is required is the URL, which must be in an existing site collection and unique.
Managing SharePoint 2010 with Windows PowerShell : Managing SharePoint 2010 Sites (part 1)
You can take a backup of a site collection with the Backup-SPSite cmdlet and restore a site collection from a backup file using the Restore-SPSite cmdlet. The use of these cmdlets is pretty straightforward.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Reporting Configuration (part 3) - Console Reporting Links, Relational Database Concepts
In addition to the report viewing functionality found under the ConfigMgr console’s Reporting subtree, Microsoft provides a number of links throughout the console to reports relevant to the task at hand.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Reporting Configuration (part 2) - Copying ConfigMgr Classic Reports to SQL Reporting Services, Report Categories
Microsoft provides more than 300 ready-made reports that you can use directly or modify to meet your reporting requirements. Table 1 shows the report categories and the number of reports in each category available with ConfigMgr 2007 R2.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Reporting Configuration (part 1) - Configuring the Reporting Point for Classic Reporting, SRS Reporting
The reporting point site system computer must have IIS and Active Server Pages (ASP) installed and enabled. To enable rendering graphs in reports, install Microsoft Office Web Components (Microsoft Office 2000 SP 2, Office XP, or Office 2003) on your reporting point server.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : ConfigMgr Classic Reports Versus SQL Reporting Services
Systems Management Server (SMS) 2003 (and earlier versions of SMS) provided a product-specific reporting implementation capable of rendering discovery, inventory, and management data from the site database as web-based reports.
Deploying the Client for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Deploying with Microsoft Systems Management Server, Managing Postdeployment Tasks
The most comprehensive option to deploy the Outlook client is Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS). With the powerful software deployment functionality and management tools incorporated with SMS, this method becomes the best solution for deploying the Outlook client software to medium and large organizations.
Deploying the Client for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Installing the Exchange Client, Pushing Client Software with Windows Server 2003 Group Policies
Using Windows Server 2003 Group Policy management tools, administrators can easily and inexpensively deploy the Outlook client to desktops throughout their organization by minimizing the tasks that require manual intervention.
Integrating BizTalk Server 2010 and Microsoft Dynamics CRM : Communicating from Dynamics CRM to BizTalk Server (part 3) - Registering the plugin, Testing the plugin
Microsoft provides a plugin registration tool as part of the SDK. This tool is located in the SDK\Tools\PluginRegistration folder of the SDK.
Integrating BizTalk Server 2010 and Microsoft Dynamics CRM : Communicating from Dynamics CRM to BizTalk Server (part 2) - Writing the Dynamics CRM plugin
A Dynamics CRM plugin is a powerful way to extend the out-of-the-box behavior of the product with custom code. The plugin that we are building for this exercise invokes the service we built above.
Integrating BizTalk Server 2010 and Microsoft Dynamics CRM : Communicating from Dynamics CRM to BizTalk Server (part 1) - Setup
This exercise leverages a BizTalk Server project already present in your Visual Studio 2010 solution. We are going to publish a web service from BizTalk Server that takes in a message and routes it to a BizTalk send port that writes the message to the file system.
SharePoint 2010 : Farm Governance - Configuring a Managed account
Service accounts are a prime example. These accounts are typically domain-level accounts that are managed in Active Directory (AD)&;. Being an active directory account means it is subject to the policies implemented across the organization.
SharePoint 2010 : Farm Governance - Administering SharePoint Designer
SharePoint Designer 2010 is a powerful tool that helps create rapid solutions using SharePoint. As the tool is free, any user can download and access its functionality. By connecting to a SharePoint site, users can freely make significant changes to the site. This includes the look and feel of the site, workflow, and connecting to external sources.
SQL Server 2008 R2 : Creating and Managing Stored Procedures - Debugging Stored Procedures Using SQL Server Management Studio
One of the great tools available in the SQL Server 2000 Query Analyzer, the built-in SQL Debugger, was left out of SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) in SQL Server 2005. Fortunately, SQL Server 2008 brings the T-SQL debugger back to SSMS.
SQL Server 2008 R2 : Creating and Managing Stored Procedures - Using Output Parameters, Returning Procedure Status
If a calling batch passes a variable as a parameter to a stored procedure and that parameter is modified inside the procedure, the modifications are not passed to the calling batch unless you specify the OUTPUT keyword for the parameter when executing the stored procedure.
Windows Server 2008 : Designing the Active Directory Administrative Model (part 3) - Planning to Audit AD DS and Group Policy Compliance, Planning Organizational Structure
In Windows Server 2008, the global audit policy Audit Directory Service Access is enabled by default. This policy controls whether auditing for directory service events is enabled or disabled.
Windows Server 2008 : Designing the Active Directory Administrative Model (part 2) - Using Group Strategy to Delegate Management Tasks
A user to whom you delegate a specific management task or set of tasks is known as a management stakeholder. Such users can be enterprise administrators who can perform tasks across multiple domains or multiple forests if the appropriate forest trusts are configured.
Windows Server 2008 : Designing the Active Directory Administrative Model (part 1) - Delegating Active Directory Administration
A well-planned delegation strategy enables you to increase security and manage resources efficiently while meeting administrative requirements. Delegation increases administrative efficiency, decentralizes administration, reduces administrative costs, and improves the manageability of IT infrastructures.
BizTalk Server 2006 : Starting a New BizTalk Project - Organizing Artifacts in BizTalk 2006
You're likely to use BizTalk for more than one application. You'll then quickly run into the problem of organizing your application artifacts such as ports, schemas, and so forth. There are two facets to organizing. First you must understand the concept of a BizTalk application.
BizTalk Server 2006 : Starting a New BizTalk Project - Structuring and Integrating with Visual Studio
There is no standard way to structure a Visual Studio solution that has BizTalk projects included. Essentially, a properly defined naming convention will be applicable whether the solution is a complete .NET solution or a mix of .NET classes and BizTalk artifacts.
Deploying the Client for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Planning Considerations and Best Practices, Preparing the Deployment
Prior to deploying the Outlook client to user desktop systems on the network, the desktop hardware must be evaluated to determine whether it meets the recommended Microsoft hardware and software requirements to support the client.
Deploying the Client for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Outlook 2007 Auto Account Setup, Understanding Deployment Options
Regardless of the method used to get Outlook to the desktop, when an administrator combines Exchange Server 2007 and Outlook 2007, the configuration of the Outlook client is easier than ever before.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Creating Packages for Distribution (part 6) - Package Distribution Process Flow
Distribution Manager then copies the source file directory to the SMSPKGx$ folder created on each specified distribution point within the site. If the package files were compressed, Distribution Manager uncompresses them first.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Creating Packages for Distribution (part 5) - Creating a Package from a Definition File
We’ve seen what’s involved in creating a package from the ground up. Now let’s see how much simpler the process becomes when you’re creating a package from a package definition file.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Creating Packages for Distribution (part 4) - Creating a Package from Scratch - Creating Programs
Finally, it’s necessary to create at least one program for each package. This program specifies how the package is to be executed at the client. Many packages can have more than one program associated with them.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Creating Packages for Distribution (part 3) - Creating a Package from Scratch - Defining Distribution Points
An essential configuration detail for any package is identifying the distribution points on which the package can be found. You should have already assigned the distribution point role to one or more site systems in your SMS site, as well as at any child sites. You now need to tell SMS which of those distribution points will host the package.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Creating Packages for Distribution (part 2) - Creating a Package from Scratch - Defining Access Accounts
By default, when SMS creates the SMSPKGx$ share, it grants Read access to the local Users group and Full Control to the Administrators group. The default Users and Administrators entries map to the local Users and Administrators groups for Windows distribution points.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Creating Packages for Distribution (part 1) - Creating a Package from Scratch
As in all things SMS, you’ll begin in the SMS Administrator Console. You can create a package either from scratch—one for which you provide all the configuration details—or from a package definition file that already contains all the package details. In this section we’ll look at the former technique.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Running Software Metering Reports
The SMS Report Viewer feature of SMS 2003 provides you with several reports for viewing the collected software metering data.
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 : Improving performance by adjusting AutoComplete settings, Cleaning up Accounts Receivable with Paid Transaction Removal
An important maintenance item that is often overlooked is Accounts Receivable Paid Transaction Removal. Perhaps it is overlooked because the name is somewhat misleading. Paid Transaction Removal only removes receivable transactions for companies that are not keeping receivables history.
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 : Maintaining Dynamics GP - Preventing entry of wrong dates by Closing Periods
An important step in maintaining any accounting system is controlling access to financial periods. Financial period balances control how financial statements are presented.
Windows Server 2008 R2 : Creating and Administering Hyper-V Virtual Machines (part 2) - Installing the guest operating system
If you have selected an installation option when creating a VM, then you can begin the operating system installation process simply by powering on the VM. To start the VM, locate the server within Hyper-V Manager.
Windows Server 2008 R2 : Creating and Administering Hyper-V Virtual Machines (part 1) - Virtual machine disk types
In this section, we will look at the process of creating and managing VMs. We will be using the Hyper-V Manager from within Server Manager to perform all administrative functions.
Backup and Restore of Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Backup Processes (part 2) - Backing Up the Central Management Store, Backing Up Lync Server Servers
Although there are numerous enterprise backup solutions, this section focuses on the one included with Windows Server 2008 R2—namely Windows Server Backup. This tool is similar to NTBackup.exe, which has been used for years as a Windows backup solution.
Backup and Restore of Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Backup Processes (part 1) - Backing Up Lync Server Databases
The good news is there is nothing unique about the Lync Server databases stored in SQL Server. They can be backed up and restored like any other database. Although this section does not cover the SQL database process in depth, it summarizes the process for CS administrators who might not be familiar with the process.
SQL server 2008 R2 : Creating and Managing Stored Procedures - Using Input Parameters
To increase the flexibility of stored procedures and perform more complex processing, you can pass parameters to procedures. The parameters can be used anywhere that local variables can be used within the procedure code.
SQL server 2008 R2 : Creating and Managing Stored Procedures - Modifying Stored Procedures
You can modify the text of a stored procedure by using the ALTER PROCEDURE statement. The syntax for ALTER PROCEDURE is similar to the syntax for CREATE PROCEDURE.
Microsoft Dynamics Ax 2009 : RunBase Framework Extension (part 4) - Adding a Query
Adding a query to the business operation class allows the user to select a range of targets to apply the operation to, such as sending bike-tuning offers to selected customers. To use the query, you must be able to create an instance of QueryRun. Start by adding QueryRun as a member variable, as shown here.
 
 
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