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Active Directory 2008 : Automating the Creation of User Accounts (part 1)
Users in a domain often share many similar properties. For example, all sales representatives can belong to the same security groups, log on to the network during similar hours, and have home folders and roaming profiles stored on the same server.
SharePoint 2010 : SharePoint Pages - Deploying Pages
There are two kinds of pages that are available in SharePoint. The first are application pages that are read from the disk while the second are site pages that are read from the content database.
BizTalk Server 2009 : Advanced Orchestration Concepts - The Cost of Parallel Shapes
If you were to ask seasoned developers whether to use a multithreaded approach to respond to a set of requests, each resulting in a series of calculations followed by the formatting of a response, or simply resorting to using a limited number of threads to respond to these requests, they would likely say that a single threaded approach would be their method of choice.
BizTalk Server 2009 : Threading and Persistence
Threads are a limited resource in BizTalk hosts and persisting a running instance state to the Messagebox is an expensive operation. The orchestration engine balances the use of threads and orchestration persistence and dehydration delicately to ensure the continued execution of the maximum number of instances possible with the minimum overhead required.
Monitoring Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : How to Use OpsMgr
Using OpsMgr is relatively straightforward. The OpsMgr monitoring environment can be accessed through three sets of consoles: an Operations Console, a Web Console, and a command shell.
Monitoring Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : OpsMgr Architecture
OpsMgr is primarily composed of five basic components: the operations database, reporting database, Root Management Server, management agents, and Operations Console. These components make up a basic deployment scenario. There are also several optional components that provide functionality for advanced deployment scenarios.
Microsoft Dynamics Ax 2009 : Developing Role Centers - Role Center Web Parts
Developers can quickly customize Role Centers to add business-specific and industry-specific content, making Role Centers even more useful for businesses and the people who run them. In this section, we describe how to customize the Role Centers that ship with Dynamics AX 2009 and how to build a new one.
Microsoft Dynamics Ax 2009 : Role Centers - Introduction
A tremendous amount of information and functionality are available to people who work with Microsoft Dynamics AX. Role Centers have been developed to help users manage that information, enabling them to prioritize their tasks and make quick business decisions.
Microsoft Dynamics Ax 2009 : Enterprise Portal - Securing Web Elements, Developing the Navigation
To securely expose Web User Controls through Web parts in Windows SharePoint Services, you must create a Web managed node pointing to the Web control in the AOT. You can assign security keys, along with other configuration keys, to the Web node.
Microsoft SharePoint 2010 : WebParts and SharePoint Pages - Writing Visual WebParts
The other kind of WebPart, simply known as "WebPart" can also present visual elements on a SharePoint page. Visual WebPart simply refers to the Visual Editing Experience during Development. Visual WebPart is based on a User Control; the other WebPart is a server control.
Microsoft SharePoint 2010 : WebParts and SharePoint Pages - Using SharePoint Designer with WebParts
The specific WebPart you will be working with is the XSLT List View WebPart, referred to in code as the XsltListViewWebPart. There used to be a rather important WebPart in SharePoint 3.0 called the DataViewWebPart.
BizTalk Server 2009 : Do You Really Need an Orchestration?
Like all eager developers, you probably want to know the answer to this question right away. After all, an orchestration often seems like the best tool for you to use, as it is simply a procedural algorithm in a visual form.
BizTalk Server 2009 : What the Orchestration Engine Provides
The BizTalk orchestration engine, the XLANG engine, consists of a set of SQL Server stored procedures, jobs that run on the BizTalk Messagebox database—msgbox DB—and Management Database as well as a set of managed assemblies that run within BizTalk host instances.
SharePoint 2010 : Setting up Visio Services
Using Visio to visualize the data in SharePoint enables users at all levels to understand an organization's processes. These processes touch users such as customers, vendors, suppliers, and employees within the organization.
SharePoint 2010 : Setting up PerformancePoint Services
PerformancePoint Services give a user the ability to create KPIs, scorecards, and dashboards from data typically not contained within SharePoint. However, SharePoint list data can be used as a data source.
SharePoint 2010 : Setting up Excel Services
Excel Services is a standalone Service Application, giving users the ability to render their spreadsheets through SharePoint into the browser.
High Availability in Exchange Server 2010 : Developments in High Availability (part 3) - Online Move-Mailbox, Backup and restore
Exchange Server 2010 only runs on Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2. This means that the (free) NTBackup utility in Windows Server 2003 cannot be used to backup Mailbox Databases on Exchange Server 2010.
High Availability in Exchange Server 2010 : Developments in High Availability (part 2) - Configuring a Database Availability Group, Managing database copies
To configure a Database Availability Group, at least two Exchange Server 2010 Mailbox Servers are required. Imagine a four server deployment, one Exchange Server 2010 Client Access Server, one Exchange Server 2010 Hub Transport Server and two Exchange Server 2010 Mailbox Servers (EXMBX01 and EXMBX11).
High Availability in Exchange Server 2010 : Developments in High Availability (part 1) - Exchange database replication, Database Availability Group and Continuous Replication
Microsoft offered a new solution in Exchange Server 2007 to create highly available Exchange environments: database replication. When using database replication, a copy of a database was created, resulting in database redundancy.
High Availability in Exchange Server 2010 : Exchange Server database technologies
You may feel that my coverage of non-mailbox High Availability is going to be pretty brief. This is because configuring High Availability for these other server roles has not significantly changed since exchange 2007, so I will just give an overview of these requirements.
Monitoring Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : How OpsMgr Works
OpsMgr is a sophisticated monitoring system that effectively allows for large-scale management of mission-critical servers. Organizations with a medium-to-large investment in Microsoft technologies will find that OpsMgr allows for an unprecedented capability to keep on top of the event log messages that occur on a daily basis.
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Firewall and Security Requirements - Securing Service Accounts
Most Microsoft applications use service accounts, and Lync Server is no exception. Although some applications use service accounts running as System or Network Service, many IT groups prefer to use named accounts for services.
Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services : Configuring and Using AD LDS (part 2) - Working with AD LDS Instances
ADSI Edit is a general administration tool for AD LDS instances. Each time you want to work with an instance, you must first connect and bind to the instance. Remember that you must be an administrator of the instance to perform administrative operations on them.
Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services : Configuring and Using AD LDS (part 1) - Working with AD LDS Tools, Creating AD LDS Instances
The AD LDS role installation process is very similar to the AD DS installation process. You begin by installing the AD LDS binaries, and then, after they are installed, you create AD LDS instances to use the service.
Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services : Understanding and Installing AD LDS
Even though it is based on the same code as AD DS, AD LDS is much simpler to work with. For example, when you install AD LDS on a server, it does not change the configuration of the server in the same way that AD DS does when you create a domain controller. AD LDS is an application and nothing more.
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Using Reverse Proxies with Lync Server (part 2) - Configuring TMG to Support Lync Server
Forefront TMG is the logical successor of ISA 2006 SP1 and is the other primary choice for use as a reverse proxy with Lync Server. The high-level steps for publishing Lync Server with Forefront TMG are the same as those for ISA 2006 SP1.
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Using Reverse Proxies with Lync Server (part 1) - Configuring ISA 2006 SP1 to Support Lync Server
Although it has been around for a while, many environments already have ISA 2006 SP1 deployed for protecting applications, such as Exchange, SharePoint, or IIS. As such, it is typical for these environments to leverage their existing ISA implementation to publish Lync Server.
Microsoft Dynamics Ax 2009 : Programming Enterprise Portal Controls (part 4) - ViewState, Page Life Cycle, Proxy Classes
If you need to call X++ classes or table methods or enums in your Web User Control, the Enterprise Portal framework provides an easy way of creating managed wrappers for these X++ objects and using them in your Web User Control.
Microsoft Dynamics Ax 2009 : Programming Enterprise Portal Controls (part 3) - Labels, Formatting, Error Handling
In Enterprise Portal, .NET Business Connector (including proxies), the metadata, and the data layer all throw exceptions in case of error conditions. The Enterprise Portal ASP.NET controls automatically handle these exceptions, taking appropriate actions and displaying the errors in Infolog.
Microsoft Dynamics Ax 2009 : Programming Enterprise Portal Controls (part 2) - Data, Metadata
The Enterprise Portal framework provides a rich set of APIs to access the metadata from the AOT in managed code. The Microsoft.Dynamics.Framework.Metadata.Ax namespace contains several classes that work together to retrieve metadata from the AOT.
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