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Microsoft Dynamics Ax 2009 : RunBase Framework Extension (part 3) - Adding Property Methods, Adding Constructors
X++ doesn’t support method name overloading, and you should avoid using default parameters on constructors. You must create individually named new methods with different parameter profiles instead.
Microsoft Dynamics Ax 2009 : RunBase Framework Extension (part 2) - Bike-Tuning Service Offers Example
In this section, you create an extension of the RunBase class to send bike-tuning service offers to customers via e-mail. Each bike-tuning offer could result in the creation of a service order transaction. To follow this example, you must have created an extended data type and a number sequence for bike-tuning service orders.
Microsoft Dynamics Ax 2009 : RunBase Framework Extension (part 1) - Property Method Pattern, Pack-Unpack Pattern
The pattern consists of a pack method and an unpack method. These methods are used by the SysLastValue framework, which stores and retrieves user settings or usage data values that persist between processes.
Nginx HTTP Server : Basic Nginx Configuration - Testing your server
Autobench is a Perl script that makes use of httperf more efficiently it runs continuous tests and automatically increases request rates until your server gets saturated. One of the interesting features of Autobench is that it generates a .tsv report that you can open with various applications to generate graphs.
Nginx HTTP Server : Basic Nginx Configuration - A configuration for your profile
Following this long list of directives from the base modules, we can begin to envision a first configuration adapted to your profile in terms of targeted traffic and, more importantly, to your hardware. In this section, we will first take a closer look at the default configuration file to understand the implications of each setting.
Windows Server : Network Access Policy and Server and Domain Isolation (part 4) - Planning NAP DHCP Enforcement, Domain and Server Isolation
DHCP enforcement provides for NAP enforcement before an IPv4 client receives its automatic configuration information from a DHCP server. DHCP enforcement uses a limited IPv4 configuration to restrict a DHCP client to a restricted network to perform remediation.
Windows Server : Network Access Policy and Server and Domain Isolation (part 3) - Planning NAP VPN Enforcement, Planning NAP 802.1x Enforcement
VPN enforcement in NAP is supported for VPN remote access connections by using PPP, specifically working in conjunction with the PPP authentication phase. Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista, and Windows Server 2008 support the remote access quarantine enforcement client for NAP clients.
Windows Server : Network Access Policy and Server and Domain Isolation (part 2) - Planning NAP IPsec Enforcement
When looking for the strongest enforcement method to apply within your network, NAP IPsec enforcement provides the most robust and tamper-resistant solution compared to all other NAP enforcement methods.
Windows Server : Network Access Policy and Server and Domain Isolation (part 1) - Network Access Protection Overview
Network Access Protection (NAP) provides a platform for validating the health of computer systems prior to allowing access to protected networks. In doing so, a level of assurance can be attained that a computer has at least been “inspected” prior to accessing the private network every time a new connection is made.
Monitoring Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Using Performance Monitor
The performance level of a server running Windows SBS 2011 changes as it performs various combinations of tasks. Monitoring the performance of the computer’s various components over a period of time is the only way to get a true picture of the system’s capabilities.
Monitoring Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Using Event Viewer
Several Windows SBS 2011 tools, including the Windows SBS Console and the Server Manager Console, display selected entries from the Windows event logs, but to view these logs in their entirety, you must use the Event Viewer Console.
Windows Server 2008 : Promoting and Demoting a Domain Controller - Promoting a DC to an RODC with an Existing Account
Read-only domain controllers (RODC) are an important addition to Windows Server 2008. An organization can increase security in a branch office by installing an RODC in the branch office.
Windows Server 2008 : Promoting and Demoting a Domain Controller - Demoting a DC with dcpromo, Using dcpromo with an unattend File
If you run dcpromo on a DC, it recognizes that the computer is already a DC hosting Active Directory. It then prompts you to remove Active Directory. The following steps show how to remove Active Directory from the last domain controller in a domain.
SharePoint 2010 : Configuring Search Settings and the User Interface - The Preferences Page: An Administrator's View
The Preferences page is available both in Basic and Enterprise Search Centers. This is obvious as the settings on the Preferences page influence search results from both types of search centers.
SharePoint 2010 : Configuring Search Settings and the User Interface - Federated Search
This section focuses on understanding what federated locations are as well as best practices on how to use them. It also gives a detailed description of typical management tasks related to federated locations.
Windows Server 2008 R2 : Hyper-V feature focus - Planning for Hyper-V, Installing and Administering Hyper-V
You can use Virtual Network Manager to manage the range of MAC addresses that Hyper-V will assign to VMs. In most cases, you will not need to change this range. If you do however change the range of hardware addresses, be sure that they do not conflict with existing MACs on your network.
Windows Server 2008 R2 : Hyper-V feature focus - Introduction to Virtualization and Hyper-V, Hyper-V Changes
Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 is a free product from Microsoft providing a Hyper-V only version of Windows Server 2008 R2. Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 has all typical Windows features, including the GUI interface, disabled except those required to support Hyper-V in a stand-alone or fail-over cluster configuration.
Windows Server 2003 on HP ProLiant Servers : File Replication Service Design and Implementation (part 2) - Diagnostics and Troubleshooting Methods and Tools
FRS has been one of the most difficult components to troubleshoot because there are so many dependencies, the logs are cryptic and almost too verbose, and few Administrators understand FRS internals well enough to read the logs, anyway.
Windows Server 2003 on HP ProLiant Servers : File Replication Service Design and Implementation (part 1)
FRS was implemented in Windows 2000 to perform functions similar to the NTLmRepl service in Windows NT. FRS was designed to replicate the contents of SYSVOL (GPOs and scripts) and Distributed File System (DFS) replica link-targets.
Understanding Network Services and Active Directory Domain Controller Placement for Exchange Server 2007 : Understanding AD Functionality Modes and Their Relationship to Exchange Groups
The most recent versions of Exchange Server, as well as Active Directory, were designed to break through the constraints that had limited previous Exchange implementations.
Understanding Network Services and Active Directory Domain Controller Placement for Exchange Server 2007 : Exploring DSAccess, DSProxy, and the Categorizer
The relationship that Exchange Server 2007 has with Active Directory is complex and often misunderstood. Because the directory is no longer local, special services were written for Exchange to access and process information in AD. Understanding how these systems work is critical for understanding how Exchange interacts with AD.
Understanding Network Services and Active Directory Domain Controller Placement for Exchange Server 2007 : Defining the Global Catalog
The global catalog is an index of the Active Directory database that stores a full replica of all objects in the directory for its host domain, and a partial replica of all objects contained in the directory of every domain in the forest.
Integrating BizTalk Server 2010 and Microsoft Dynamics CRM : Communicating from BizTalk Server to Dynamics CRM (part 6)
This set of steps produced the BizTalk artifacts we needed to call the façade service sitting in front of Dynamics CRM. As opposed to the previous exercises where we had to creatively transform untyped schemas, this set of service schemas are strongly typed and easy to work with.
Integrating BizTalk Server 2010 and Microsoft Dynamics CRM : Communicating from BizTalk Server to Dynamics CRM (part 5) - Generating a proxy service
The proxy-service strategy requires the installation of the Dynamics CRM 2011 SDK. Make sure to add the XRM assemblies to the Global Assembly Cache of your development machine.
Integrating BizTalk Server 2010 and Microsoft Dynamics CRM : Communicating from BizTalk Server to Dynamics CRM (part 4) - Configuring the BizTalk endpoints
Our final task is to configure the BizTalk messaging components to send a message to the Dynamics CRM service. We already have a series of reusable ports configured as a result of our last exercise and can leverage those this time around.
Integrating BizTalk Server 2010 and Microsoft Dynamics CRM : Communicating from BizTalk Server to Dynamics CRM (part 3) - Building the BizTalk components
In this case, we have to get each source field copied over to the repeating KeyValuePairOfstringanyType node. We will leverage the feature of BizTalk Server 2010 that lets you neatly segment map aspects into logical containers called pages.
Integrating BizTalk Server 2010 and Microsoft Dynamics CRM : Communicating from BizTalk Server to Dynamics CRM (part 2) - Configuring the BizTalk endpoints
In this part of the exercise, we will configure the BizTalk messaging ports that receive the query request, call Dynamics CRM 2011, transform the response message, and emit the canonical Customer message to disk via a FILE adapter.
Integrating BizTalk Server 2010 and Microsoft Dynamics CRM : Communicating from BizTalk Server to Dynamics CRM (part 1) - Building the BizTalk components
In the following series of steps, we will look at how to consume the native Dynamics CRM SOAP interface in BizTalk Server. We will first look at how to query Dynamics CRM to return an Entity. After that, we will see the steps for creating a new Entity in Dynamics CRM.
Extending Dynamics AX 2009 (part 3) - Creating Labels, Adding Content to the Wizard
To make the wizard available from the area page and the navigation pane in Dynamics AX, you must add the menu item to the main menu in the AOT. First, you must associate the menu item with a configuration key and a security key.
Extending Dynamics AX 2009 (part 2) - Creating a New Wizard
An area page contains menu items that link to frequently used forms for the selected module. Area pages are accessed from the navigation pane.
Extending Dynamics AX 2009 (part 1)
The wizard framework supplies the programming infrastructure to create wizards with a consistent look and feel. When developing wizards, you should follow some simple guidelines to ensure that all the wizards you create have the same general style and are as helpful as possible to the user.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Operating System Deployment - Native Mode
OSD in a native mode ConfigMgr environment requires one additional certificate. Systems use this certificate when they are booted using PXE or physical media. It allows these systems to authenticate and securely communicate with the ConfigMgr site systems.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Operating System Deployment - Post Deployment Tasks, Troubleshooting
The OSD home page is a good place to start reviewing and troubleshooting deployments; you access it by selecting the top-level Operating System Deployment node in the Configuration Manager console.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Operating System Deployment - Drivers
One of the nicest features of OSD in Configuration Manager 2007 is the driver catalog, which stores all applicable drivers for all identified hardware in an organization. The deployment process uses this catalog to identify which drivers to copy to a system.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Operating System Deployment - Tips and Techniques
Successful use of OSD, similar to using ConfigMgr in general, requires some time to become familiar with all the capabilities of the tool and the prerequisites for each step. When you know what each step in the process is for and the mechanics behind each step, proper setup and configuration becomes second nature.
Understanding Network Services and Active Directory Domain Controller Placement for Exchange Server 2007 : Global Catalog and Domain Controller Placement
When deploying Exchange 2007 in your environment, Active Directory is a critical component. Exchange 2007 uses the Active Directory directory service to store and share directory information with Microsoft Windows.
Understanding Network Services and Active Directory Domain Controller Placement for Exchange Server 2007 : Configuring DNS to Support Exchange Servers, Troubleshooting DNS Problems
Troubleshooting is part of everyday life for administrators. DNS is no exception to this rule. Therefore, understanding how to use the following tools to troubleshoot DNS not only helps avoid mistakes when configuring DNS-related services, but also provides administrators with a useful toolbox to resolve issues.
Understanding Network Services and Active Directory Domain Controller Placement for Exchange Server 2007 : Understanding DNS Requirements for Exchange Server 2007
In Active Directory, all client logons and lookups are directed to local domain controllers and GC servers through references to the SRV records in DNS. Each configuration has its DNS and resource requirements.
Understanding Network Services and Active Directory Domain Controller Placement for Exchange Server 2007 : Examining DNS Components
Name servers, or DNS servers, are systems that store information about the domain namespace. Name servers can have either the entire domain namespace or just a portion of the namespace. When a name server only has a part of the domain namespace, the portion of the namespace is called a zone.
Nginx HTTP Server : Basic Nginx Configuration - Base module directives
In this section, we will take a closer look at the base modules. We are particularly interested in answering two questions what are base modules and what directives are made available.
Nginx HTTP Server : Basic Nginx Configuration - Configuration file syntax
A configuration file is generally a text file that is edited by the administrator and parsed by a program. By specifying a set of values, you define the behavior of the program. In Linux-based operating systems, a large share of applications rely on vast, complex configuration files, which often turn out to be a nightmare to manage.
SharePoint 2010 : Configuring Search Settings and the User Interface - Web Parts (part 4)
A new Web Part in SP2010 is the Refinement Panel Web Part, also known as the refinement panel. The Web Part allows users to drill down through the set of search results based upon managed properties, metadata, and other criteria.
SharePoint 2010 : Configuring Search Settings and the User Interface - Web Parts (part 3)
One of the most important and often ignored options is the query language. All modern browsers allow the user to define a browser language. This is not the language of the browser interface, but the language preference submitted to web sites.
SharePoint 2010 : Configuring Search Settings and the User Interface - Web Parts (part 2)
Query suggestions, or search suggestions as they are commonly called, are shown as a drop-down on the search box as the user types in search terms. Search suggestions are shown as “search-as-you-type,” if any suggestions exist that match the text in the search box.
SharePoint 2010 : Configuring Search Settings and the User Interface - Web Parts (part 1)
SharePoint 2010 contains new Web Parts as well as significant improvements to existing Web Parts in SharePoint 2007. What is immediately clear from looking at the Web Part settings is how XSL template management and included properties configuration have been changed to be centrally managed by default from Central Administration.
Windows Server 2008 R2 file and print services : Administering Print and Document Services (part 2) - Distributed scan server
The distributed scan server role service provides network scan management using Windows Server 2008 R2. Using scan management, you can administer network scanners on your network as well as process and route scanned documents.
Windows Server 2008 R2 file and print services : Administering Print and Document Services (part 1)
As a Windows administrator you will probably be charged with setting up and managing print services on your network. In most cases, you will have various printers scattered across your network. By deploying Windows print and document services, you can centrally manage network printers as well as network scanners.
Windows Server 2008 R2 file and print services : Services for Network File System, Windows Search Service
Services for NFS provides file-sharing features for UNIX-based clients. Using services for NFS, you can create shared folders that are accessible from UNIX clients requiring the NFS protocol.
Windows Server 2008 R2 file and print services : File Server Resource Manager
In this section, we will discuss how the File Server Resource manager (FSRM) can be used to provide additional features such as quotas, file screens, reporting, and file classification services to your Windows file servers.
Managing Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Adding a Terminal Server (part 3) - Configuring RD Licensing
Windows Server 2008 R2 requires that at least one Remote Desktop Licensing (RD Licensing) server be installed and running on any network that has an RD Session Host.
 
 
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