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SQL Server 2012 : Understanding Latches and Spinlocks (part 1) - Latching Example
Running DBCC IND will provide information about the pages that are used in the table. You will use the PagePID value of the row which has a PageType value of 1.
SQL Server 2012 : Latches and Spinlocks - Symptoms (part 2) - Measuring Latch Contention, Measuring Spinlock Contention , Contention Indicators
A latch is like a lock on a piece of memory. As more threads get involved, they will start to compete to access the same pieces of memory, causing blocking. Blocking due to latch contention is exhibited in waits; but unlike a lock, a latch can be released as soon as the physical operation is completed.
SQL Server 2012 : Latches and Spinlocks - Symptoms (part 1) - Recognizing Symptoms
If your transactions per second figure is dropping as you enable extra processor threads, and your average latch waits are increasing at a rate greater than the throughput, then you quite possibly have a problem with latch contention.
Integrating SharePoint 2013 with the Office Applications (part 10) - Microsoft Outlook - Lists and Libraries
Microsoft Outlook is probably the most used Office application in the suite. Microsoft Word and Excel are certainly popular, but business users look at their e-mail in Outlook most often. It seems that Outlook is central to the world of the business user.
Integrating SharePoint 2013 with the Office Applications (part 9) - Microsoft InfoPath - Customizing the Document Information Panel and List Forms
The Document Information Panel associates with a particular SharePoint content type for the open document. Using InfoPath and SharePoint, administrators may customize the look of the Document Information Panel
Integrating SharePoint 2013 with the Office Applications (part 8) - Microsoft InfoPath -Deploying a Form Via Central Administration, Rendering a Form Using the InfoPath Form Web Part
Microsoft introduced InfoPath in Office 2003 as an application to visually create forms and deploy them to an audience to fill out. As a stand-alone Office application, InfoPath provides good form design capabilities, and the author of a form has various deployment options.
Integrating SharePoint 2013 with the Office Applications (part 7) - Microsoft Access - Access Services
SharePoint includes a managed service application for Access—Access Services. With Access Services, users can do much more than just host an Access file in a document library, or link lists with Access tables.
Integrating SharePoint 2013 with the Office Applications (part 6) - Microsoft Access
Microsoft Access is a small file-based Relational Database Management System (RDBMS). Microsoft Access is less powerful than, and does not scale for performance and enterprise use like, SQL Server, but it is portable and ideal for manipulation of small chunks of data in relational form.
Integrating SharePoint 2013 with the Office Applications (part 5) - Microsoft OneNote
Microsoft OneNote is a powerful note-taking application, allowing textual notes, images, media, and handwriting note-authoring capabilities.
Integrating SharePoint 2013 with the Office Applications (part 3) - Microsoft Excel
Office 2013 includes functionality to present documents to others. PowerPoint 2010 included this functionality with SharePoint 2010. Now with the cloud taking an active presence in the workplace, you can share your Office documents with others via Office in the cloud.
Integrating SharePoint 2013 with the Office Applications (part 3) - Microsoft Excel
Microsoft Excel does a phenomenal job of managing columns and rows in a sheet. Users can import Excel spreadsheets as custom lists into SharePoint with the same columns and row data as list items.
Integrating SharePoint 2013 with the Office Applications (part 2) - Microsoft Word - Compare Document Versions, Quick Parts
Most of the options available in Figure 4 are self-explanatory. Users may compare the current open document with a major version, the latest version, or another specific version, and they may combine document versions.
Integrating SharePoint 2013 with the Office Applications (part 1) - Microsoft Word - Writing Blog Posts
Microsoft Word includes a template to author blog posts. Microsoft Word works with many blogging engines, not just SharePoint.
BizTalk 2006 : Creating More Complex Pipeline Components (part 4) - Custom Disassemblers
It's important to call special attention to Disassembler components, as they are often what most developers end up writing. Disassemblers were intended to allow the pipeline to exam- ine the incoming document and break it up into smaller, more manageable documents.
BizTalk 2006 : Creating More Complex Pipeline Components (part 3) - Validating and Storing Properties in the Designer
As in any component development model, it is necessary to store properties that a user selects for your component so you can load them at runtime and also validate that the values chosen by the user are appropriate.
BizTalk 2006 : Creating More Complex Pipeline Components (part 2) - Schema Selection in VS .NET Designer
The property MyDocSpec in the previous section's MyProber class is actually of type SchemaWithNone. SchemaWithNone is a class that lives in the Microsoft.BizTalk.
BizTalk 2006 : Creating More Complex Pipeline Components (part 1) - Dynamically Promoting Properties and Manipulating the Message Context
The simplest and most common use of a pipeline component is to promote custom properties into the message context for a message. Often the data for the property is not available in the schema or is not easily accessible—so a simple promotion in the schema editor is not an option. and promote properties to the context.
BizTalk 2006 : Custom Components (part 2) - Key BizTalk API Objects
All pipeline components, regardless of what they do, will use the interfaces described in thefollowing subsections. Likewise, most of the pipeline component interfaces defined previously accept these interfaces as arguments.
BizTalk 2006 : Custom Components (part 1) - Component Categories, Component Interfaces
As you will soon see, the pipeline component development API is quite heavily based on COMInterop. Most of the specifics of how components are defined are based on what COM category they are tagged with along with what interfaces they implement.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Getting Started with Email Archiving - Enabling Archiving (part 2) - Using Exchange 2010 Discovery, Offline Access
To use Exchange Server 2010 Discovery, a user should be added to the Discovery Management role group. By default, this group does not have any members.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Getting Started with Email Archiving - Enabling Archiving (part 1) - Archive Quotas , Exchange 2010 Discovery Operation Considerations
Many organizations enforce quotas on users' mailboxes, and archive mailboxes are designed to allow users to store historical data outside their primary mailboxes.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Getting Started with Email Archiving - Placing a Mailbox on Retention Hold, Litigation or Legal Hold
In Exchange 2010, when you place a mailbox on retention hold the Mailbox Manager process stops processing the retention policies or the managed folder mailbox policy that might exist on that particular mailbox.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Getting Started with Email Archiving - Exchange Server 2010 Email Archiving - Policies
One of the major new features that both Microsoft and customers are excited about in Exchange 2010 are the compliance and archiving features. The features available in Exchange 2010 allow you to create retention rules to preserve information regardless of the end user's mailbox management and filing habits.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Getting Started with Email Archiving - Industry Best Practices
Organizations that are planning to deploy an archiving system in their environment soon realize that the deployment can be a daunting task.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Getting Started with Email Archiving - Archiving
Archiving systems generally can be tailored or tweaked for use with specific case scenarios. Archiving generally refers to the process of removing data from one storage location and moving it to another, cheaper storage location.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Implementing Client Access and Hub Transport Servers - Installing the Hub Transport Server
The installation of the Exchange 2007 Hub Transport server role is a straightforward task. This section covers the installation and configuration of a basic system to illustrate the concepts.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Implementing Client Access and Hub Transport Servers - Transport Pipeline
The transport pipeline reflects the internal routing of messages within the Hub Transport server. The elements of this are shown in Figure 1.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Hub Transport Server Policy Compliance Features (part 4) - Message Classification , Rights Management and the Hub Transport Server
Message classification applies a designation that helps guide the intended usage of the information contained in the email. This differs from Rights Management Services (RMS), which enforces the restrictions.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Hub Transport Server Policy Compliance Features (part 3) - Journaling
In the new regulatory climate, there are numerous requirements for record retention and monitoring. This can include the requirement to journal some or all messages that traverse the messaging system.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Hub Transport Server Policy Compliance Features (part 2) - Disclaimers
Disclaimers are important to limit liability and comply with security and legal policies, as they make the position of the organization clear on each and every message that is sent by the organization.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Hub Transport Server Policy Compliance Features (part 1) - Transport Rules
This is a powerful tool for controlling message flow in the Exchange 2007 organization. Rules contain conditions, exceptions, and actions. They are stored in AD and are applied by the transport rule agent on all Hub Transport servers in the Exchange 2007 organization.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Implementing Client Access and Hub Transport Servers - Understanding the Hub Transport Server
The Hub Transport server is part of the internal Exchange infrastructure. It is the evolved form of the bridgehead server in Exchange 2003, which was really the name of a configuration rather than a specific server component.
Sharepoint 2013 : Office 2013 and an Overview of Integration (part 5) - Live Co-Authoring,Document Information Panel
Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint 2013 display metadata of documents sourced from SharePoint via the Document Information Panel.
Sharepoint 2013 : Office 2013 and an Overview of Integration (part 4) - SkyDrive and SkyDrive Pro
SkyDrive is Microsoft’s answer to synchronized files in the cloud, and part of the Live.com suite of services. SkyDrive is a free service with a limited amount of disk space (7GB at the time of writing), but it offers users the ability to increase the storage with a paid subscription.
Sharepoint 2013 : Office 2013 and an Overview of Integration (part 3) - SkyDrive and Office 365
The great thing about Office 365 is that organizations can host SharePoint solutions, be it an intranet, extranet, or publishing site, via Microsoft’s O365 platform and make the service available to their audience of choice seamlessly.
Sharepoint 2013 : Office 2013 and an Overview of Integration (part 2) - Opening and Saving to SharePoint
Office and SharePoint are like husband and wife, especially in enterprise environments (although perhaps not for the real husband and wife relationship in the workplace). After opening an Office document on your local PC, you surely want to upload it to SharePoint for version management and collaboration.
Sharepoint 2013 : Office 2013 and an Overview of Integration (part 1) - The Backstage Area
All Office 2010 and 2013 applications have a File tab in the main menu of their main screen; clicking this tab navigates you to the backstage area. Clicking the File tab in Microsoft Word shows a page like that in Figure 2.
Windows Server 2012 : Simplifying the Datacenter (part 4) - Managing Windows 2012 with Performance and Reliability Monitoring Tools, Leveraging the Best Practice Analyzer
Windows Server 2012 continues to extend the support for viewing, identifying, reporting on, and assisting in the monitoring of the Windows-based environment.
Windows Server 2012 : Simplifying the Datacenter (part 3) - Improvements in Group Policy Management, IP Address Management
In Windows Server 2012, the basic functions of Group Policy haven’t changed, so the Group Policy Management Console is the same, but with more options and settings available.
Windows Server 2012 : Simplifying the Datacenter (part 2) - Active Directory Administrative Center
Newly updated in Windows Server 2012 and built on PowerShell v3.0, the Active Directory Administrative Center is a customizable console that an organization can create for specific administrators in the organization.
Windows Server 2012 : Simplifying the Datacenter (part 1) - New Server Manager Tool
A tool that has been completely redone for Windows Server 2012 is the Server Manager console, shown in Figure 1. Server Manager consolidates all the server configuration tasks into a single unified management tool.
Windows Server 2012 : Enabling Users to Work Anywhere (part 2) - RDS Web Access
Also new to Windows Server 2008 and extended in Windows Server 2012 RDS is a role called RDS Web Access. RDS Web Access allows a remote client to access an RDS session without having to launch the RDP client, but instead connect to a web page, similar to that shown in Figure 1, that then allows the user to log on and access his or her session off the web page.
Windows Server 2012 : Enabling Users to Work Anywhere (part 1) - Windows Server 2012 DirectAccess
One of the significant remote-access enhancements in Windows Server 2008 R2 was the DirectAccess technology, which has been further enhanced in Windows Server 2012.
Windows Server 2012 : Enhancements for Flexible Identity and Security (part 2) - Active Directory Unification for Various Directory Services
Active Directory in Windows Server 2012 hasn’t changed to the point where organizations with solid AD structures have to make changes to their directory environment. Forests, domains, sites, organizational units, groups, and users all remain the same.
Windows Server 2012 : Enhancements for Flexible Identity and Security (part 1) - Dynamic Access Control
Dynamic Access Control in Windows Server 2012 is a great addition to file system security, something that has been a challenge for organizations for years.
Windows Server 2012 : DHCP,IPv6 and IPAM - Exploring DHCP (part 3) - Creating IPv4 DHCP Scopes
Before a DHCP server can be useful, it must be authorized, and a scope must be created and activated. DHCP authorization can be performed using the DHCP Post-Install Wizard or it can be performed from within the DHCP server console.
Windows Server 2012 : DHCP,IPv6 and IPAM - Exploring DHCP (part 2) - Installing DHCP Server and Server Tools
The DHCP role can be installed on a Windows Server 2012 system at any time using the Server Manager console. If the DHCP server tools are required on the local DHCP server, they can be selected for installation during the role installation or at a later time.
Windows Server 2012 : DHCP,IPv6 and IPAM - Exploring DHCP (part 1)
Before the DHCP service was developed, two predecessors provided the first implementations of automated IP addressing. The first was the Reverse Address Resolution Protocol (RARP), and the second was the Bootstrap Protocol (BOOTP).
Windows Server 2012 : DHCP,IPv6 and IPAM - Understanding the Components of an Enterprise Network
Regardless of whether Microsoft, UNIX, Mac, or a different operating system provides the network backbone, network addressing is the key to intercomputer communication.
Windows Server 2012 : Configuring IPv6/IPv4 interoperability (part 7) - ISATAP
ISATAP enables unicast communication between IPv6/IPv4 hosts across the IPv4-only Internet. ISATAP works by encapsulating IPv6 packets with an IPv4 header so that the IPv6 packet can be sent over an IPv4-only network.
 
 
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