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Working with the Windows Home Server Registry : Keeping the Registry Safe
The sheer wealth of data stored in one place makes the Registry convenient, but it also makes it precious. If your Registry went missing somehow, or if it became corrupted, Windows Home Server simply would not work.
Working with the Windows Home Server Registry : Starting the Registry Editor, Navigating the Registry
The Registry Editor is reminiscent of Windows Explorer, and it works in basically the same way. The left side of the Registry Editor window is similar to Explorer’s Folders pane, except that rather than folders, you see keys.
SharePoint 2010 : Building Composite Solutions (part 2) - External Data Search, External Data and User Profiles
The BCS comes with search indexing connectors that enable SharePoint 2010 to index and provide full-text searches of the external systems. In fact, SharePoint Server search uses BCS search indexing connectors to index Exchange public folders, Lotus Notes, and Documentuum, among others.
SharePoint 2010 : Building Composite Solutions (part 1) - External Lists, External Data Columns
You create External Lists using the browser, SharePoint Designer, Windows PowerShell, or code. When you have created these lists, you will find that they have similar functionally to other SharePoint lists you are familiar with; however, you cannot associate RSS feeds to External Lists.
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 : Form Customization (part 3) - Displaying an Image on a Form
The following two example implementations describe how to use the document management tables as data sources in the form and how to create a separate method on the SalesLine table. These examples demonstrate customization of the SalesTable sales order form and the SalesLine table.
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 : Form Customization (part 2) - Displaying an Image
The following example illustrates how to customize the sales order form to allow a user to upload and display an image of a custom order. In this example, a customer must be able to place an order for a bike through Enterprise Portal and upload a sketch of the bike at the same time.
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 : Form Customization (part 1) - Learning Form Fundamentals
The rich client user interface in Dynamics AX is made up of forms that are declared in metadata and often contain associated code. Ideally, you should customize these forms as changes to metadata and make any changes at the lowest level (i.e., table level rather than form level) possible to ensure the greatest amount of metadata and code reuse.
BizTalk Server 2009 Operations : Maintaining the BizTalk Group (part 3) - Restore Procedures
Restoring a BizTalk-based solution, or any large application environment, is a challenging process if not well documented, tested, and periodically rehearsed from an operations training standpoint. BizTalk Server 2009 has its own set of unique steps required for successful restore.
BizTalk Server 2009 Operations : Maintaining the BizTalk Group (part 2) - Backup Procedures
This subsection covers the backup procedures for BizTalk applications; however, a BizTalk application is usually just one part of an overall solution that includes other applications, servers, and databases.
BizTalk Server 2009 Operations : Maintaining the BizTalk Group (part 1) - SQL Agent Job Configuration
The Backup BizTalk Server SQL Agent job is a critical job that must be configured in order to be able to successfully back up the BizTalk Server 2009 databases that participate in Distributed Transaction Coordinator transactions.
SQL Server 2008 R2 : Managing Workloads with the Resource Governor - Modifying Your Resource Governor Configuration
You can modify settings for resource pools or workload groups in SQL Server Management Studio via the Resource Governor Properties page. You simply make the changes desired (for example, a Resource Pool Maximum CPU% or Workload Group Importance) and click OK to save the changes.
SQL Server 2008 R2 : Managing Workloads with the Resource Governor - Monitoring Resource Usage
An instance of the SQLServer: Resource Pool Stats counter is available for each of the configured resource pools. Likewise, an instance of the SQLServer: Workload Stats counter is available for each of the configured workload groups .
Windows Server 2008 Server Core : Decompressing Files with the Expand Utility, Performing Advanced File Comparison with the FC Utility
The Expand utility lets you open the contents of a cabinet (CAB) file or compressed file and extract the contents. Generally, you use it to extract a missing file from a CD or other media, most notably Windows files.
Windows Server 2008 Server Core : Modifying Files with the Edlin Utility, Repairing System Databases with the ESEnTUtl Utility
Windows has a number of associated databases. Of course, there's the main database, the registry, which contains all of the system, user, and application settings.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 : Silverlight - Tools and Resources
Microsoft Expression Studio enables web designers to create the Silverlight interface. Expression tools enable designers to fully apply their creativity while collaborating with developers who are using Microsoft Visual Studio.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 : Infrastructure Design Considerations - Windows SharePoint Integration
Windows SharePoint Services is primarily used to provide document management for Microsoft Dynamics CRM. SharePoint document management capabilities are far superior to the ones in CRM, and therefore it is suggested to integrate the two technologies when working with or considering document management requirements that exceed the out-of-the-box functions of Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
Connecting Dynamics GP to Microsoft Office 2010 : Improving performance by globally turning off Outlook integration
The ability to embed the Microsoft Outlook calendar and unread e-mail information on the Home page of Dynamics GP is a great feature. In some cases however, users or firms prefer not to show Outlook information on the Home page.
Connecting Dynamics GP to Microsoft Office 2010 : Skipping the exports by using Prebuilt Excel Reports
The connections we’ve looked at so far between Dynamics GP and Excel have been one way and static. Data was moved from Dynamics GP to Excel. Once in Excel users could analyze and manipulate data, but when information in Dynamics GP changed, the user would need to re-export the data and re-run any analysis.
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 : Integration with Microsoft Office - Reading Excel files
Reading Excel files is another side of Excel file manipulation. It is equally important as file creation. Usage could vary from importing simple data to processing user-filled files like timesheets, purchase orders, etc.
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 : Integration with Microsoft Office - Creating Excel files
Microsoft Office Excel format is one of the formats that have been supported by Dynamics AX since its early versions. For example, the Document handling feature allows producing Excel files using the data from the system.
SQL Server 2008 R2 : Configuring Resource Governor (part 2) - Defining Workload Groups, Creating Workload Groups in T-SQL
After you define your resource pools, the next step is to create the workload groups and associate them with the appropriate resource pools. Multiple workgroups can be assigned to that same pool, but a workgroup cannot be assigned to multiple resource pools.
SQL Server 2008 R2 : Configuring Resource Governor (part 1) - Enabling Resource Governor, Defining Resource Pools
Resource Governor can be set up and managed using either SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) or via T-SQL commands. In the following sections, we first show you how to perform the tasks in SSMS and how the same actions can be implemented using T-SQL.
SQL Server 2008 R2 : Overview of Resource Governor, Resource Governor Components
Resource Governor works by controlling the allocation of resources according to workloads. When a connection request is submitted to the Database Engine, the request is classified based on a classification function.
Microsoft Dynamic GP 2010 : Sales Order Processing (part 2)
During sales transaction entry, users have a window of user-defined fields available to them for entering additional data to be tracked for transactions. Additionally, prospects and customer items have some user-defined fields available.
Microsoft Dynamic GP 2010 : Sales Order Processing (part 1) - Sales Order Processing Setup, Sales Document Setup
The Sales Order Processing module, also commonly referred to as SOP, bridges the gap between the Inventory and Receivables modules in Dynamics GP. In SOP, you can enter quotes, orders, back orders, invoices, and returns, with detailed inventory and non-inventory items.
Planning and Designing a Public Key Infrastructure : Creating a Certificate Management Plan
Whether you choose to generate certificate requests automatically or manually depends on the types of certificates that you intend to use and the number and type of clients that you enroll.
Planning and Designing a Public Key Infrastructure : Designing the CA Hierarchy
To design the CA hierarchy in a PKI means to determine the actual CAs that your PKI will use and the trust relationships between them. In most medium-sized and large networks, deploying more than one CA is recommended.
Planning and Designing a Public Key Infrastructure : Identifying PKI Requirements
In Windows Server 2008 networks, a PKI relies on one or more CAs deployed through AD CS. However, deploying a PKI is not as simple as adding the AD CS role in Server Manager.
Share point 2010 : Managing Data Connections (part 4) - Modifying BDC Objects, Using External System Throttling
When you delete a BDC Model, all external content types and external data sources that are contained in the Model and that are not also contained in another model are deleted along with the BDC Model.
Share point 2010 : Managing Data Connections (part 3) - Creating a Profile Page, Creating External Data Actions
When a SharePoint 2010 site is an upgraded SharePoint Server 2007 site that includes BCS data, profile pages, and actions, then the first time you complete the preceding procedure, you will create a new profile page.
Share point 2010 : Managing Data Connections (part 2) - Creating BDC Models, Importing BDC Models
You can create the BDC Model using SharePoint Designer 2010, Visual Studio 2010, or an XML editor. The most easy and effective way of creating a model is to use SharePoint Designer 2010.
Share point 2010 : Managing Data Connections (part 1) - Setting BCS Permissions, Configuring Profile Page Creation
The profile page is used to display the details of an instance of an ECT. For example, when you create an ECT that points to an external system where all your customer details are stored, then the profile page for the customers’ ECT would display the details for one customer.
Designing and Configuring Unified Messaging in Exchange Server 2007 : Unified Messaging Architecture (part 2)
In Active Directory, the Unified Messaging server object is a logical representation of the physical Exchange 2007 Unified Messaging server. The UM server objects can be found in the Exchange Management Console in the Server Configuration, Unified Messaging container.
Designing and Configuring Unified Messaging in Exchange Server 2007 : Unified Messaging Architecture (part 1)
The Exchange 2007 unified messaging features and telephony integration bring a whole new set of concepts, terminology, and architectural elements to the Exchange platform. This section explores these different components, objects, protocols, and services.
Designing and Configuring Unified Messaging in Exchange Server 2007 : Unified Messaging Features
Exchange Server 2007 introduces a brand-new set of features with the addition of the Unified Messaging server role. Unified messaging seamlessly integrates voice messaging, faxing, and electronic mail into a single Inbox.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Operating System Deployment - What Works Best for You
A side-by-side migration usually occurs as the result of a hardware refresh. In this scenario, a new system physically replaces a user’s system and might involve an operating system switch. Both in-place and side-by-side migration scenarios add the complexity of user state migration.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Operating System Deployment - Tools Overview
Although it is completely integrated into ConfigMgr, OSD uses and takes advantage of multiple separate tools. Knowing how OSD uses these tools and each tool’s function is beneficial when setting up a deployment and troubleshooting problems.
Windows Server 2003 on HP ProLiant Servers : Migration Tools (part 2)
Along with scripting and command-line support, password migration makes ADMT a viable migration tool. Specifically, ADMT v1 did not support inter-forest account password migration.
Windows Server 2003 on HP ProLiant Servers : Migration Tools (part 1)
ADMT v2 can migrate security principals from Windows NT to Windows 2003, Windows 2000 to Windows 2003, Windows NT to Windows 2000, and within Windows 2000 or Windows 2003 forests.
SQL SErver 2008 : Resource Governor in action
Let's imagine we have a database used for both a production point-of-sales application and as a source for a reporting system. Our goal is to constrain the CPU and memory resources consumed by the reporting system in order to reduce the impact on the point-of-sales system when large reports are executed.
SQL SErver 2008 : Resource Governor - Workload groups, Resource pools
We come now to the final component of Resource Governor, the resource pool, created using the T-SQL command shown below. As you can see, the command is fairly simple, with arguments for min and max values for CPU and memory, the two resources under our control in SQL Server 2008.
Windows Server 2008 Server Core : emoving Files with the Del and Erase Commands, Compressing Files with the Diantz and MakeCab Utilities
The Del and Erase commands are functionally equivalent. The two commands started with different versions of DOS, but they perform the same task now: erasing files that you no longer need from the hard drive.
Windows Server 2008 Server Core : Comparing Two Files with the Comp Utility, Copying Files with the Copy Command
Sometimes it's helpful to compare two files to determine what has changed or to verify that the files are precisely the same. A common use of this technique is to compare two text files.
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Monitoring : Configuration
The good news about Lync Server is that with the Topology Builder tool, much of the configuration is done automatically. Although both configuration and administration can be done from the Silverlight web GUI or the Lync Server management shell, the configuration section focuses on the former whereas the administration section focuses on the latter to avoid duplication of concepts.
Windows Server 2008 R2 file and print services : Administering File Shares (part 3) - Publishing shared folders to Active Directory
Active Directory includes the ability to publish your shared folders to the directory service. This allows users to easily find network shares without needing to know the server or share name of the shared folder.
Windows Server 2008 R2 file and print services : Administering File Shares (part 2) - Securing shared folders
When both shared folder and file/folder permissions are used, the most restrictive applies. For example, if John is given Full Control using shared folder permissions and is given Read-Only using file/folder permissions, his effective permissions are Read-Only.
Windows Server 2008 R2 file and print services : Administering File Shares (part 1) - Creating shared folders
Be careful when you enable public folder sharing, as it does not restrict access to the public share folders. By default the Everyone group is given read/write access to the public share folders. In many organizations, this is not a best practice for file servers and you may want to ensure that this feature remains disabled.
SQL Server 2008 R2 : A Performance and Tuning Methodology (part 4) - Tools of the Performance and Tuning Trade
If you are going off to war (Performance and Tuning war), you should not come empty handed. Bring all your heaviest artillery. In other words, make sure you have plenty of performance and tuning tools to help you diagnose and resolve your issues (to fight your war).
SQL Server 2008 R2 : A Performance and Tuning Methodology (part 3) - Performance and Tuning Design Guidelines
We outline some of the major performance and tuning design guidelines here. There are, of course, many more, but if you a least consider and apply the ones outline here, you should end up with a decently performing SQL Server implementation.
SQL Server 2008 R2 : A Performance and Tuning Methodology (part 2)
A methodology is a process or procedure, for example, designed for repeatability that has been proven to work for a certain paradigm. In our case, it is a repeatable and thorough SQL Server–focused performance and tuning process.
 
 
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