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Managing Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Adding a Terminal Server (part 2) - Installing the Remote Desktop Services Role
Installing the Remote Desktop Services role and its supporting role service should be one of the very first things you do on any server you plan to use as an RD Session Host.
Managing Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Adding a Terminal Server (part 1)
Windows Server 2008 R2 Remote Desktop Services (RDS) is a significant update from the Terminal Services in Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2003. Not only has the name changed, but some significant new capabilities were added as well.
Monitoring Dynamics CRM Using System Center Operations Manager (part 3) - Installing the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Management Pack
The Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Management Pack has built-in metrics for a healthy CRM environment. The management pack collects performance-analysis and capacity-planning data by tracking various system metrics.
Monitoring Dynamics CRM Using System Center Operations Manager (part 2) - Microsoft Dynamics CRM Architecture
Before we begin managing the infrastructure, we need to understand the different tiers of the Microsoft Dynamics CRM landscape (see Figure 3). The three crucial tiers that comprise the CRM environment are the client, application, and data tiers.
Monitoring Dynamics CRM Using System Center Operations Manager (part 1) - SCOM Overview, MOM Versus SCOM
SCOM enables system administrators to manage the network and servers end to end. This product integrates with Windows seamlessly, helping increase efficiency and stability in a Microsoft Dynamics CRM environment. Figure 1 shows the SCOM home screen.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Configuring Software Metering (part 2) - Creating a Software Metering Rule
The amount of program information that’s collected can add up quickly and use a lot of space in the SMS site database. To keep the information manageable, SMS periodically summarizes the collected data as well as deletes old data.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Configuring Software Metering (part 1) - Configuring the Software Metering Client Agent
Like the other SMS client features we’ve seen, you enable software metering by configuring a client agent—in this case, the Software Metering Client Agent. And, like the other client agent settings, the options you choose when you configure the agent are considered site-wide options and are propagated to all clients in the site.
BizTalk Server 2006 : Starting a New BizTalk Project - Creating Your Development Environment
BizTalk development is an isolated development model. This model requires each developer to have a stand-alone development environment and not a shared environment such as in web development.
BizTalk Server 2006 : Starting a New BizTalk Project - Starting Preliminary Design
The team structure outlined previously gives the basics for forming and managing a large group of developers. It also allows the team to scale outwards or inwards depending on new requirements being introduced or having features move out of scope.
Microsoft Content Management Server Development : Validating Placeholder Controls - Validating the SingleAttachmentPlaceholderControl
In this section, we will build a custom validation control, named RequiredAttachmentPhValidator, that checks to see if a file has been uploaded to the control. If no attachments have been uploaded, the page will not be saved.
Microsoft Content Management Server Development : Validating Placeholder Controls - Validating the SingleImagePlaceholderControl
The technique for validating a SingleImagePlaceholderControl is similar to that of the HtmlPlaceholderControl. We first need to find a way to read its contents using client-side script. Once we have the content, we can proceed to check to see if it is valid. If it isn’t, we cancel the save.
Understanding Network Services and Active Directory Domain Controller Placement for Exchange Server 2007 : Domain Name System and Its Role in Exchange Server 2007
For computer systems to communicate with each other, whether you are talking about a local area network (LAN), a wide area network (WAN), or the Internet, they must have the ability to identify one another using some type of name resolution.
Extending the Real-Time Communications Functionality of Exchange Server 2007 : Installing and Using the Communicator 2007 Client, Web Conferencing with Office Live Meeting
The client component of an OCS 2007 implementation is the Communicator 2007 client. This client is essentially the business version of Microsoft’s IM client, which provides for instant messaging capabilities as well as conferencing, video, and audio capabilities.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Operating System Deployment - Task Sequences (part 3) - Task Sequence Targeting
Task sequences are advertised to collections in a manner similar to software distribution packages. To create a task sequence advertisement, right-click the desired task sequence and select Advertise; this launches the New Advertisement Wizard, which is nearly identical to the Software Distribution New Advertisement Wizard.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Operating System Deployment - Task Sequences (part 2) - Tasks
Under each category is a set of tasks corresponding to that category. Each task is discussed briefly in the following sections. Note that some tasks must be combined with others and in a specific order for them to make sense—when this is required, it is noted in the discussion of that particular task.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Operating System Deployment - Task Sequences (part 1) - Variables
Tasks and task sequences are similar to a macro-based programming language or a storyboard where you put together high-level steps and instructions using a graphical tool, without having to know or learn the syntax of the underlying language to take advantage of it fully.
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 : Preventing Errors in Dynamics GP - Correcting errors by backing out, correcting, and copying Journal Entries
Dynamics GP includes functionality to fix journal entry errors by backing out a journal entry and optionally presenting a duplicate journal entry for the user to change and repost. This same functionality allows copying a journal entry for users who forgot to use a recurring batch.
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 : Preventing Errors in Dynamics GP - Preventing sales of Discontinued Inventory
Companies frequently discontinue inventory items. Perhaps an item's sales volume is too low, it has been replaced with a new model, or the item is no longer available from a supplier. By default, in Dynamics GP, discontinued inventory items can still be sold.
Windows Server 2003 on HP ProLiant Servers : Active Directory Logical Design - Replication Topology (part 3) - Designing an Efficient Replication Topology
This section examines some best practices concerning the design of the replication topology. One of the things I've noticed in reviewing designs and observing topologies in place from a troubleshooting perspective, is that the topology is often made much more complex than it needs to be.
Windows Server 2003 on HP ProLiant Servers : Active Directory Logical Design - Replication Topology (part 2)
GC servers are special-purpose DCs that hold a writeable copy of all objects and attributes for the domain in which it resides as a DC, and a read-only copy of all objects and some of their attributes from other domains in the forest.
Windows Server 2003 on HP ProLiant Servers : Active Directory Logical Design - Replication Topology (part 1) - Challenges and Issues in AD Replication
Considering the huge jump to multimaster replication in Windows 2000, Microsoft didn't do a bad job. Obviously with it being the first version, there were a lot of limitations that weren't apparent at the outset.
Extending the Real-Time Communications Functionality of Exchange Server 2007 : Exploring Office Communications Server Tools and Concepts
After OCS 2007 has been installed in an organization, the job of administering the environment comes into play. OCS functionality is not difficult to grasp, but it is important to have a good grasp on several key concepts in how to administer and maintain the OCS environment.
Local Continuous Replications in Exchange Server 2007
Local Continuous Replication (LCR) is another way in which Exchange Server 2007 provides improved resiliency against failure. LCR works similarly to CCR in that a secondary copy of the databases and log exist on separate storage.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 : SharePoint Integration - Store Attachments in SharePoint Using a Custom Solution
SharePoint is one of the market leaders for a document management and collaboration solution. This feature can be used with Microsoft Dynamics CRM to increase team productivity in organizations.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 : SharePoint Integration - Custom SharePoint Development
Microsoft has provided two very extendable frameworks: the Microsoft SharePoint and the Microsoft CRM APIs. The two systems have a lot of their APIs exposed (the details can be found on the MSDN site), which can allow developers to automate business processes for nearly every business permutation.
Windows Server 2008 R2 file and print services : Administering Distributed File System Services (part 2) - Configuring and administering DFS Replication
DFSR is a feature Microsoft developed to provide reliable replication between multiple DFS and standard shared folders. By using DFSR, you can have multiple copies of the same shared folder spread across different servers within your organization.
Windows Server 2008 R2 file and print services : Administering Distributed File System Services (part 1) - Configuring and administering DFS Namespaces
DFS Namespaces are used to publish shared folders under a single directory structure. Before setting up a new DFS Namespace, we need to add the DFS Namespace role service.
Customizing Dynamics AX 2009 : Number Sequence Customization
When you want to create a new number sequence, you must first create an extended data type. The ID of the type is used as the identifier for the number sequence reference, so it must be unique.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Queries (part 3) - Executing Queries
Now that we’ve seen how to create a query, it’s time to explore how to run a query. All SMS queries are run through the SMS Administrator Console. The results of the queries will also be displayed in the SMS Administrator Console.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Queries (part 2) - Creating a Query
You can create a query from a number of locations—for example, you can create or reference a query when you define the membership of a collection, or you can create a status message query in the Status Message Queries folder in the SMS Administrator Console.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Queries (part 1) - Query Elements
SMS provides several object types for generating queries. An object type has specific attribute classes that describe it. For example, the System Resource object type is defined by its memory, environment, logical disk, processor, and network attribute classes, among other elements.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Custom SMS Administrator Consoles
The SMS Administrator Console is an MMC snap-in, and, consequently, you can create customized versions of the console to distribute to your administrators.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Operating System Install Packages and Image Packages (part 2) - Manual Image Creation, Image Deployment
Deploying an image is similar in nature to building and capturing one. You start by creating a new task sequence using the New Task Sequence Wizard. Instead of choosing Build and capture a reference operating system image, choose Install an existing image package from the New Task Sequence Wizard.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Operating System Install Packages and Image Packages (part 1) - Automated Image Creation and Capture
The intent is to automate image creation completely, ensuring the process is repeatable and requires little or no manual intervention. The image you create can make or break the entire process, and this image greatly depends upon the system where you build it.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Operating System Deployment - Computer Associations
The Computer Associations node under Operating System Deployment in the ConfigMgr console contains mappings used for User State Migration. These organize the migration of user state and settings from a source to destination computer.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Load Balancing in Exchange Server 2007
Another high-availability technology provided with the Windows Server 2003 platform is Network Load Balancing (NLB). NLB clusters provide high network performance and availability by balancing client requests across several server systems.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Managing a Windows Server 2003 Cluster
The majority of the functions you need to access for managing the cluster are available in the Cluster Administrator snap-in. Those functions are also available from the command line, which allows clever administrators to easily automate common functions.
BizTalk Server 2009 : Editing and Resubmitting Suspended Messages (part 2) - Pseudo-Walkthrough to Perform Edits and Resubmits
If you are going to use InfoPath, you can easily create a new form based on the preceding schema, modify the app. config file of the Windows service to point to the processing instruction for the InfoPath form, and then be able to open the SuspendedMessage XML files that get generated. Once modified, you can just save the app.config file.
BizTalk Server 2009 : Editing and Resubmitting Suspended Messages (part 1) - Sample Flows for Edit and Resubmit
Figures 1 through 3 represent possible flows for editing and resubmission of messages to BizTalk Server. These are just possibilities that have their own pros and cons. Hopefully, this will give you some additional ideas on how to best handle suspended messages for your particular solution.
BizTalk Server 2009 : Building a Resequencing Aggregator
So now that you know how to solve the problem of receiving messages out of order, you can properly receive messages, resequence them, and send them in the correct order to their destination.
Windows Server 2003 on HP ProLiant Servers : Security Planning and Design (part 3) - Microsoft Software Update Service and Windows Update Service
SUS has been Microsoft's initial attempt to provide a tool to automate the download and application of security patches, service packs, and other updates to servers and workstations. Currently, the new WUS has not been released.
Windows Server 2003 on HP ProLiant Servers : Security Planning and Design (part 2) - Account Lockout
Account lockout became such a huge issue at Compaq prior to the HP merger that scripts were run nightly to reset accounts and others were developed to be triggered by the user selecting an option in an automated phone message.
Windows Server 2003 on HP ProLiant Servers : Security Planning and Design (part 1)
Migrating from Windows NT to Windows Server 2003 presents considerably different challenges in security planning than if you are migrating from Windows 2000, chiefly because if you are at Windows 2000, you probably already migrated from Windows NT and resolved security issues at that point.
Developing with SharePoint 2010 (part 4) - Developer Toolbar
A new addition to SharePoint 2010 is the Developer Toolbar. The easiest way to understand what the Developer Toolbar does is to see it in action. At the time of writing, the only way to activate the Developer Dashboard is via PowerShell or the STSADM tool.
Developing with SharePoint 2010 (part 3) - Server Object Model
Many years ago, back when software shipped with printed manuals, I occasionally dabbled in a bit of development with Microsoft Access 2.0.
Developing with SharePoint 2010 (part 2) - SharePoint Fundamentals
On the SharePoint platform, sites are provisioned on a farm according to a hierarchy. At the top level of the hierarchy is the web application. A web application is a web site in Internet Information Services 7 (IIS7), and web applications are automatically provisioned on all front-end servers within a farm.
Developing with SharePoint 2010 (part 1) - Platform Development Tools, Development Server Configuration
For development purposes, SharePoint 2010 can be installed on either a 64-bit Windows 7 or Windows Vista SP1 client machine or a 64-bit Windows 2008 or Windows 2008 R2 server.
SQL Server 2008 R2 : Creating and Managing Stored Procedures - Viewing Stored Procedures
You can view the source code for stored procedures in SQL Server 2008 by querying the definition column of the object catalog view sys.sql_modules or by using the system procedure sp_helptext.
SQL Server 2008 R2 : Creating and Managing Stored Procedures - Deferred Name Resolution
In SQL Server 2008, the object names that a stored procedure references do not have to exist at the time the procedure is created. SQL Server 2008 checks for the existence of database objects at the time the stored procedure is executed and returns an error message at runtime if the referenced object doesn’t exist.
Using Microsoft SharePoint with Microsoft Dynamics CRM Functions (part 2) - Displaying Data Using BDC in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server
The search feature in Microsoft Dynamics CRM provides only basic string matching against certain attributes, and cannot search document context, unless the content resides in CRM, such as CRM knowledge base articles.
 
 
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