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Windows Server 2008 R2 high-availability and recovery features : Installing and Administering Failover Clustering (part 3) - Connecting cluster nodes to shared storage
After setting up networking, you are ready to connect your servers to their respective storage. In our example, we are using an iSCSI SAN for shared storage. During setup, you will want to limit LUN access to the primary node only.
Windows Server 2008 R2 high-availability and recovery features : Installing and Administering Failover Clustering (part 2) - Adding Failover Clustering feature
After verifying that your hardware and software meet the prerequisites required for a Windows Failover Cluster, you are ready to begin setting up the cluster. The first step is to add the Failover Cluster features to each cluster node.
Windows Server 2008 R2 high-availability and recovery features : Installing and Administering Failover Clustering (part 1) - Failover Clustering prerequisites
When choosing servers to use in your failover cluster, you need to verify that the hardware meets requirements for use in Windows clusters. The most important requirement is that server hardware, including all components, must be certified for Windows Server 2008 R2.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Installing the Client Access Server - Installing the Client Access Server Role
The installation of the Exchange 2007 CAS role is a straightforward task. This section covers the installation and configuration of a basic system to illustrate the concepts.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Understanding the Client Access Server (part 4) - Availability Service, POP and IMAP
The Availability service is the name of the service that provides free/busy information to Outlook 2007 clients. It is integrated with the Autodiscover service (discussed in the following section) and improves on the Exchange 2003 version.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Understanding the Client Access Server (part 3) - ActiveSync Remote Wipe, Outlook Anywhere
The ActiveSync Remote Wipe function deletes the data off the device. Applications and other program data remain on the system, only the data is removed.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Understanding the Client Access Server (part 2) - ActiveSync
ActiveSync is a synchronization protocol that allows mobile devices to synchronize the user’s Exchange mailbox, including email, calendar, contacts, and tasks. It is based on HTTP and Extensible Markup Language (XML).
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Understanding the Client Access Server (part 1) - OWA
The Premium version of OWA includes many features, such as telephony integration and mobile device support. The Light version is designed for use on mobile devices, slow connections, or non-Microsoft browsers.
Windows Server 2012 : Enhanced security and compliance (part 2) - BitLocker enhancements, DNSSEC
BitLocker Drive Encryption is a data protection feature first introduced in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. BitLocker encrypts entire disk volumes to help safeguard sensitive business data from theft, loss, or inappropriate decommissioning of computers.
Windows Server 2012 : Enhanced security and compliance (part 1) - Dynamic Access Control
Controlling access and ensuring compliance are essential components of IT systems in today’s business environment. Windows Server 2012 includes enhancements that provide improved authorization for file servers to control and audit who is able to access data on them.
Windows Server 2012 : Full Windows experience (part 2) - Configuring User Profile Disks
Before you do this however, you need to create a server message block (SMB) file share where your user profile disk will be stored on the network and configure permissions on the file share so the computer account of your host has at least write access.
Windows Server 2012 : Full Windows experience (part 1) - RemoteFX enhancements,Configuring RemoteFX, Enhanced USB redirection
To configure a Windows Server 2012 host to use RemoteFX, you can use the new GPU management interface in the Hyper-V settings of the host.
Windows Server 2012 : Support for open standards
Support for open industry standards is important in a heterogeneous world. Platforms need to interoperate seamlessly so that companies can focus on doing business instead of solving technical problems.
Microsoft SharePoint 2013 : Working with Visio Services - Customizing Visio Services solutions
You can also create client application-level add-ins for Visio. However, such solutions that are data driven within Visio, if they are not using the Data Linking feature, may be data driven when displayed in Visio Services.
Microsoft SharePoint 2013 : Working with Visio Services - Designing dashboards - Data linking (part 4) - Adding data graphics , Web part connections
You can transfer data between drawings displayed in a Visio Web Access Web Part and other web parts. For example, you can create a Web Part page with a library app web part that displays a filtered list of Visio drawing files and connects to a Visio Access Web Part.
Microsoft SharePoint 2013 : Working with Visio Services - Designing dashboards - Data linking (part 3) - Mapping external data to shapes
Once you drag a row of data from the External Data Window onto a shape, a set of data graphics is created in the Data Graphics gallery and the first data graphic in the gallery is automatically applied to the data-linked shape.
Microsoft SharePoint 2013 : Working with Visio Services - Designing dashboards - Data linking (part 2) - Refreshing external data
Visio Services will then contact that external source and run a query that asks for the data set, which is cached together with the schema of the external data into the Visio diagram. Visio Services then disconnects from the data source and presents the data at the bottom of Visio in the External List Window as a record set.
Microsoft SharePoint 2013 : Working with Visio Services - Designing dashboards - Data linking (part 1) - Obtaining external data
Access data sources are not supported by Visio Services. To use Visio Services to refresh data from an Excel workbook or a previously created connection, then the workbook or the data connection file must be located on the same SharePoint site as the drawing.
Microsoft SharePoint 2013 : Looking at Visio Services (part 4) - Visio Services security considerations,Supported data scenarios
When Visio drawings are connected to external data and the elements in the drawings can be updated based on that data, security is an important consideration. Users must have permission to view the diagram and the data that the diagram is connected to.
Microsoft SharePoint 2013 : Looking at Visio Services (part 3) - Visio Graphics Service service application
Visio Services, much like Access Services and Excel Services, is implemented as a service application, named Visio Graphics Service.
Microsoft SharePoint 2013 : Looking at Visio Services (part 2) - Adding a Visio Web Access Web Part to a page
You can customize the Visio Web Access Web Part by using the Visio Web Access tool pane, as shown in Figure 5. You can open the tool pane for a newly added Visio Web Access Web Part by clicking Click Here To Open The Tool Pane.
Microsoft SharePoint 2013 : Looking at Visio Services (part 1) - Displaying Visio drawings in Visio Services
The pane can be repositioned by dragging the title bar of the pane using the left mouse button (floating), or it can be docked. You can also resize the window by grabbing one of the borders of the pane and dragging it.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Mailbox management - Seeking perfection halts progress (part 3) - Changing EAC columns
Like EMC, the recipients section of EAC can be customized to add or remove columns to make the data shown more useful to an administrator. Click the ellipses and choose Add/Remove Columns to change the columns you see when you access different types of objects.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Mailbox management - Seeking perfection halts progress (part 2) - Starting EAC
Like EMS, EAC is based on remote Windows PowerShell and RBAC. When EAC starts, it contacts the server specified in the URL you typed into the browser to initialize a remote PowerShell session
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Mailbox management - Seeking perfection halts progress (part 1)
Exchange adopted Windows PowerShell as the basis for management much earlier than any other Microsoft server application and then went on to introduce browser-based management.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Defining Email Addresses (part 3) - Email Address Policies - Creating a New Email Address Policy
If you have a small or medium-sized organization, you probably support only a single SMTP domain for your users. However, even companies with a handful of mailboxes can sometimes require two or three SMTP domain names.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Defining Email Addresses (part 2) - Email Address Policies - Changing an Existing Policy
The default email address generation rule uses the object's Exchange alias and the domain name of the Active Directory forest root.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Defining Email Addresses (part 1) - Accepted Domains
An accepted domain is an SMTP domain name (aka SMTP namespace) for which your Exchange 2010 servers will accept mail. The servers will either deliver the mail to Exchange 2010 mailboxes or relay it on to internal or external SMTP mail servers
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Basics of Recipient Management - Exchange Recipients
There are different types of users in your organization, as well as different types of needs for messaging delivery. To account for those differences, Exchange provides various types of recipients.
Windows Server 2012 : File Services and Storage - Configuring iSCSI storage (part 7) - Using iSCSI Initiator - Creating volumes
Once you have configured your iSCSI targets and created iSCSI virtual disks on them, enabled and configured your iSCSI initiators, and established connections and sessions between initiators and targets, you are ready to provision iSCSI storage by creating new volumes.
Windows Server 2012 : File Services and Storage - Configuring iSCSI storage (part 6) - Using iSCSI Initiator - Establishing a connection
After you discover the targets available on a target portal, you can use the initiator to connect to a target so that you can provision storage from the target. For example, Figure 7 shows two targets available on HOST7.
Windows Server 2012 : File Services and Storage - Configuring iSCSI storage (part 5) - Using iSCSI Initiator - Discovering targets
Troubleshooting the first issue is straightforward. To see if the second issue is the cause of the problem, try assigning IQN* as the target, which allows any initiator to connect to it. And, of course, you can troubleshoot the third issue using standard network troubleshooting procedures.
Windows Server 2012 : File Services and Storage - Configuring iSCSI storage (part 4) - Using iSCSI Initiator - Configuring iSCSI Initiator
To configure the initiator on a server running Windows Server 2012, open Server Manager and select iSCSI Initiator from the Tools menu to open the iSCSI Initiator Properties dialog box
Windows Server 2012 : File Services and Storage - Configuring iSCSI storage (part 3) - Configuring iSCSI Target Server - Creating iSCSI virtual disks
Once you finish installing the iSCSI Target Server role service using the Add Roles And Feature Wizard, the message in the iSCSI Virtual Disks tile on the iSCSI page of Server Manager changes to indicate that you can now create an iSCSI virtual disk.
Windows Server 2012 : File Services and Storage - Configuring iSCSI storage (part 2) - Configuring iSCSI Target Server - Installing the iSCSI Target Server role
Installing the File And iSCSI Services role service of the File And Storage Services role on a server running Windows Server 2012 adds a new File And Storage Services page to Server Manager.
Windows Server 2012 : File Services and Storage - Configuring iSCSI storage (part 1) - Understanding iSCSI storage
The Internet Small Computer System Interface (iSCSI) protocol is an industry-standard protocol that enables sharing of block storage over a TCP/IP network. iSCSI is designed to transmit and receive Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) commands and data encapsulated as TCP packets.
Sharepoint 2013 : Service Application Fundamentals (part 3) - Connecting Across Farms
Once you understand the service applications and all their proxies in your farm, the next logical step is to add more connections. Some service applications are capable of being published and then consumed across different SharePoint farms.
Sharepoint 2013 : Service Application Fundamentals (part 2) - The Connection Structure - Tying It Up with an Example
This section looks at an example using two scenarios that incorporate the default service application group and a custom application group, respectively. Figure 3 provides a schematic diagram of these scenarios, which apply the concepts described in the preceding sections.
Sharepoint 2013 : Service Application Fundamentals (part 1) - The Connection Structure -Service Application Groups
You already know what a web application is at this point. The service application group specifies how services are associated with a web application. When you created the web application, you used SharePoint’s default service application group.
Sharepoint 2013 : Understanding Service Applications - A History of Service Applications in SharePoint
To truly understand the purpose and function of service applications it is helpful to look at the way services used to be provided in SharePoint. Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (MOSS) used a different service model called the Shared Service Provider (SSP).
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Consolidating a Windows 2000 Domain to a Windows Server 2003 Domain Using ADMT (part 5) - Migrating Computer Accounts
Another important set of objects that must be migrated is also one of the trickier ones. Computer objects must not only be migrated in AD, but they must also be updated at the workstations themselves so that users will be able to log on effectively from their consoles.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Consolidating a Windows 2000 Domain to a Windows Server 2003 Domain Using ADMT (part 4) - Migrating User Accounts
User accounts are the “bread and butter” of domain objects and are among the most important components. The biggest shortcoming of ADMT v1.0 was its inability to migrate passwords of user objects, which effectively limited its use.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Consolidating a Windows 2000 Domain to a Windows Server 2003 Domain Using ADMT (part 3) - Migrating Groups
In most cases, the first objects to be migrated into a new domain should be groups. If users are migrated first, their group membership will not transfer over. However, if the groups exist before the users are migrated, they will automatically find their place in the group structure.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Consolidating a Windows 2000 Domain to a Windows Server 2003 Domain Using ADMT (part 2) - Installing a Password Migration DLL on the Source Domain
A special password migration dynamic link library (DLL) must be installed on a domain controller in the source domain. This machine will become the Password Export Server for the source domain
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Consolidating a Windows 2000 Domain to a Windows Server 2003 Domain Using ADMT (part 1) - Modifying Default Domain Policy on the Target Domain
Unlike previous versions of Windows operating systems, Windows Server 2003 does not support anonymous users authenticating as the Everyone group. This functionality was designed in such a way as to increase security.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Upgrading Separate AD Forests to a Single Forest Using Mixed-Mode Domain Redirect (part 2)
It is important to note that even though the domain is in Mixed mode, the account must be created in advance if the Primary Domain Controller (PDC) function in the domain runs on a Windows 2000 domain controller; otherwise, the BDC cannot be added to the domain.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Upgrading Separate AD Forests to a Single Forest Using Mixed-Mode Domain Redirect (part 1)
The first step in the Mixed-Mode Domain Redirect process is identifying two temporary servers that will be needed in the migration. These servers do not necessarily need to be very fast servers because they will be used only for temporary storage of domain information.
Windows Server 2012 : Provisioning and managing shared storage (part 7) - Managing shared storage - Managing volumes, Managing shares
You can use the Shares subpage of the File And Storage Services page in Server Manager to manage your shares. For example, by right-clicking on a share in the Shares tile as shown in Figure 14, you can perform tasks such as configuring a quota on the folder, stopping the sharing of the folder (this does not delete the underlying folder for the share), or opening the properties for the share.
Windows Server 2012 : Provisioning and managing shared storage (part 6) - Managing shared storage
You can use the Storage Pools subpage of the File And Storage Services page in Server Manager to manage your virtual disks. For example, by right-clicking on a virtual disk in the Virtual Disks tile as shown in Figure 11, you can perform tasks such as creating a new volume on the disk, repairing the disk, extending the disk, or deleting the disk.
Windows Server 2012 : Provisioning and managing shared storage (part 5) - Provisioning SMB shares - Creating general-purpose SMB shares
The procedure for creating an advanced SMB share using Server Manager is similar to creating a general-purpose share but includes the following additional steps
 
 
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