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Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Edge Server : Edge Server Installation (part 1) - Configure Networking
Make sure that necessary routing statements are entered on each Lync Edge Server so that the traffic for internal clients and servers uses the correct adapter.
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Edge Server : Edge Server Overview (part 2)
The Web Conferencing Edge Service enables remote users to participate in web conferences with internal users or other remote workers. The Web Conferencing Edge Service enables remote users to participate in collaboration sessions that involve whiteboards and polls.
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Edge Server : Edge Server Overview (part 1) - Access Edge Service
The Lync Edge Server in Lync Server 2013 is made up of four separate services: Access Edge Server, Web Conferencing Edge Server, A/V Edge Server, and the XMPP Gateway.
Exchange Server 2013 : Exchange Clients - Performing a Client Inventory
At the beginning of a project, we typically ask for a list of client types that must be supported by the end solution. There are generally two responses to this question: Either the customer responds quickly and confidently with such a list (accurate or not) or we get a look that tells us no one has considered this question previously.
Exchange Server 2013 : Exchange Clients - Why Does Client Choice Matter?
For all but browser clients, the client type that is deployed defines the end-user experience. It is not unusual for Exchange Server migrations to occur and for end users not even to notice that they have been migrated since their experience remains virtually the same.
Exchange Server 2013 : Types of Exchange Client (part 2) - Web Browsers, Exchange ActiveSync, Collaboration Data Objects
In Exchange terms, web browsers are basically users of the Outlook Web App (OWA). It is often useful to discuss browser-based mail clients because of the huge number of web browsers in use in your organization and Exchange Server 2013's varying support of them.
Exchange Server 2013 : Types of Exchange Client (part 1) - Messaging Application Programming Interface, Exchange Web Services
MAPI has been around in one form or another since 1991. Initially, it was used as the protocol for the MS PC Mail product. It was later developed into extended MAPI and used within Exchange Server.
Exchange Server 2013 : Mail Apps for Outlook and the Outlook Web App
An exciting new feature in Exchange 2013 is mail apps for Outlook, which replaces both add-ins for Outlook and OWA web forms. This feature allows you to build customized applications with a consistent user interface across Outlook and OWA.
Developing, Integrating, and Building Applications in Sharepoint 2013 (part 5) - Data Integration
From the very first version of SharePoint, the goal has been to make working with data simple and straightforward for users. The simplest example of this is the concept of list data.
Developing, Integrating, and Building Applications in Sharepoint 2013 (part 4) - Events and Logic Integration
Providing a UI for users is usually the most prominent aspect of any application. However, responding to the actions users take either within an application, or to interact with an application, is also extremely important.
Developing, Integrating, and Building Applications in Sharepoint 2013 (part 3) - User Interface Integration - Ribbon and Action Menus
App developers have little control over the style and location of the Quick Launch navigation because it is provided by SharePoint and the inclusion of your app in this navigation is dictated by the user.
Developing, Integrating, and Building Applications in Sharepoint 2013 (part 2) - User Interface Integration - App Parts and Pages
App Parts are reusable and configurable windows into your application. They are analogous to Web Parts in SharePoint 2010; however, the UI is generated and served remotely within your application as opposed to being generated from code running in the SharePoint process.
Developing, Integrating, and Building Applications in Sharepoint 2013 (part 1)
One of the driving design decisions behind SharePoint applications was to provide a development model that was agnostic to whether the application was being used in SharePoint on premises or to Office 365 in the cloud.
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Front End Server : Installing the Front End Role
It is important to note that if you jumped to this section before completing the preceding steps, you need to go back. Preparing the server for the first Standard Edition Server and building a valid topology in the Topology Builder tool are both prerequisites to installing the Front End role.
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Front End Server : Installation - Topology Builder for Standard Edition Deployments
Lync Server 2013 uses the published topology to process traffic and maintain overall topology information. To ensure that the topology is valid, it is recommended to run the Topology Builder before your initial deployment and publish an updated topology after each topological change.
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Front End Server : Installation - Lync Server 2013 Topology Builder
After preparing Active Directory, the next step is install the Lync Server 2013 Topology Builder. This tool is new and very powerful. With a single tool it enables an administrator to design and validate a Lync Server 2013 topology and then publish it to Active Directory.
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Front End Server : Active Directory Preparation
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 heavily leverages Active Directory. This results in tight integration across the Microsoft stack, including Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft SharePoint Server.
Sharepoint 2013 : Understanding SharePoint app model architecture (part 7) - Working with app user-interface entry points - Building UI custom actions
A UI custom action is a developer extension in the SharePoint app model with which you can add custom commands to the host site.
Sharepoint 2013 : Understanding SharePoint app model architecture (part 6) - Working with app user-interface entry points - Building app part
An app part is a user interface element that is surfaced on pages in the host web by using an IFrame. Once an app with an app part has been installed, a user can then add an app part to pages in the host web by using the same user interface experience that is used to add standard web parts.
Sharepoint 2013 : Understanding SharePoint app model architecture (part 5) - Setting the start page URL, Understanding the app web
Each time you install a SharePoint app, you must install it on a specific target site. A SharePoint app has the ability to add its own files to the SharePoint host environment during installation.
Sharepoint 2013 : Understanding SharePoint app model architecture (part 4) - Reviewing the app manifest
Every SharePoint app requires an XML file called AppManifest.xml, which is known as the app manifest. The app manifest contains essential metadata for the app that is read and tracked by the SharePoint host environment when an app is installed.
Sharepoint 2013 : Understanding SharePoint app model architecture (part 3) - Understanding app hosting models
A SharePoint-hosted app is simply an app that adds its start page and all its other resources into the SharePoint host environment during installation. Now, it’s time to explain the differences between the other two app hosting models.
Sharepoint 2013 : Understanding SharePoint app model architecture (part 2) - Understanding app code isolation
When you develop a SharePoint app, you obviously need to write custom code to implement your business logic, and that code must run some place other than on the web servers in the hosting SharePoint farm.
Sharepoint 2013 : Understanding SharePoint app model architecture (part 1) - Working with app service applications
SharePoint 2013 relies on two service applications to manage the environment that supports SharePoint apps. The first service application is the App Management Service, which is new to SharePoint 2013.
Sharepoint 2013 : Introducing SharePoint Apps - Understanding the new SharePoint app model
The move from SharePoint solutions development to SharePoint app development represents a significant change in development technique and perspective.
Exchange Server 2013 : Extending Exchange - Choosing the Right API for Exchange Development in Exchange 2013
If you are embarking on a new development project, or you are evaluating or writing a scope of works for an application that you're going to ask another company to develop, there are many different aspects to consider.
Exchange Server 2013 : Extending Exchange - Accessing Exchange Programmatically
We will examine how you can use the development interfaces provided by Exchange 2013 to meet the business requirements that you may have for your email system that can't be solved with the standard out-of-the box features of the product.
Active Directory 2008 : Configuring Active Directory Certificate Services (part 4) - Configuring Additional CA Server Settings
You need to complete some important tasks while you are working on a certificate server. At this point, you have learned how to install an Enterprise Root CA, configure automatic certificate requests, set up web enrollment, and revoke a certificate. We will finish this section by covering some of the following tasks:
Active Directory 2008 : Configuring Active Directory Certificate Services (part 3) - Revoking Certificates
Occasionally, you will need to remove a certificate from a user or computer. This is known as certificate revocation. For example, if a user gets terminated from your organization, as an administrator, you have the ability to revoke this user's certificate so that they cannot access any data or confidential information after they leave the company.
Active Directory 2008 : Configuring Active Directory Certificate Services (part 2) - Enrolling User and Computer Certificates
You can use group policies to automatically enroll user and computer certificates, making the entire certificate process transparent to your end users.
 
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