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Active Directory 2008 : Configuring Active Directory Certificate Services (part 1)
When you are installing AD CS, the installation wizard will walk you through the installation process, and you will need to answer some configuration questions. If at any time during installation you do not know how to configure an option, you can click on the help link for explanations.
Active Directory 2008 : Monitoring and Troubleshooting Active Directory Replication
For the most part, domain controllers handle the replication processes automatically. However, systems administrators still need to monitor the performance of Active Directory replication, since failed network links and incorrect configurations can sometimes prevent the synchronization of information between domain controllers.
Sharepoint 2013 : Organizing and managing information - Associating document templates with content types
A common issue with respect to managing content is enforcing a common look and feel within documents. For example, multiple proposals that are authored by separate departments might have different organizational structure, formatting, and wording.
Sharepoint 2013 : Organizing and managing information - Creating a new content type
In the event that you have a set of documents that you cannot classify by using one of the existing SharePoint content types, you can create your own content type.
Architecting an Enterprise-Level Exchange Server 2013 Environment (part 3) - Designing Exchange Server Infrastructure
After AD DS and the physical OS has been chosen and deployed, the Exchange Server infrastructure can be set up and optimized for the specific needs of the organization. With these needs in mind, you can do several things to optimize an Exchange Server 2013 setup, as detailed in the following sections.
Architecting an Enterprise-Level Exchange Server 2013 Environment (part 2) - Designing Exchange Server Roles in an Exchange Server Environment
Exchange Server 2013 was designed to be resilient and be able to adapt to a wide variety of deployment scenarios. Part of this design revolves around the concept that individual servers can play one or more roles for an organization.
Architecting an Enterprise-Level Exchange Server 2013 Environment (part 1) - Designing Active Directory for Exchange Server 2013
Active Directory (AD) is a necessary and fundamental component of any Exchange Server 2013 implementation. That said, organizations do not necessarily need to panic about setting up Active Directory in addition to Exchange Server, as long as a few straightforward design steps are followed. T
Sharepoint 2013 : Organizing and managing information - Browsing through content types
To work with SharePoint 2013 content types, you first need to view the existing content types that are available for use. You can use the Site Content Types page to quickly view all content types associated with your site (or its parent sites).
Sharepoint 2013 : Organizing and managing information - Creating site columns
When adding site columns to a SharePoint 2013 list or document library, you should first consider using those that already exist, either out of the box or previously defined by other site users.
Sharepoint 2013 : Organizing and managing information - Browsing through site columns
You can define site columns in SharePoint 2013 at the site-collection level, and you can add and use them within both lists and document libraries.
Active Directory 2008 : Configuring Replication (part 5) - Configuring Server Topology
When you are using environments that require multiple sites, you must carefully consider where you place your servers. In doing so, you can greatly improve performance and the end user's experience by reducing the time they must spend performing common operations such as authentication or searching Active Directory for resources.
Active Directory 2008 : Configuring Replication (part 4) - Intersite Replication - Creating Bridgehead Servers
By default, all of the servers in one site communicate with all of the servers in another site. You can, however, further control replication between sites by using bridgehead servers.
Active Directory 2008 : Configuring Replication (part 3) - Intersite Replication - Creating Connection Objects , Moving Server Objects between Sites
Using the Active Directory Sites And Services tool, you can easily move servers between sites. To do this, simply right-click the name of a domain controller and select Move. You can then select the site to which you want to move the domain controller object.
Active Directory 2008 : Configuring Replication (part 2) - Intersite Replication - Creating Site Links and Site Link Bridges
The overall topology of intersite replication is based on the use of site links and site link bridges. Site links are logical connections that define a path between two Active Directory sites.
Active Directory 2008 : Configuring Replication (part 1) - Intersite Replication
Intersite replication is optimized for low-bandwidth situations and network connections that have less reliability. Intersite replication offers several features that are tailored toward these types of connections.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Distributing Packages - Creating Advertisements (part 6)
After completing initial preparation, create an advertisement that will tie the virtual application to a test collection, using a specified distribution point. Navigate in the ConfigMgr console to Site Database -> Computer Management -> Collections -> Adobe Reader Deployment . Right-click and select Distribute Software.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Distributing Packages - Creating Advertisements (part 5)
Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V 4.5) uses both a client and a server. Although the ConfigMgr environment can provide the server functionality, the App-V client is still required for virtual applications to run on a client system.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Distributing Packages - Creating Advertisements (part 4) - OpsMgr Advertisement - Advertisement Interaction, Advertisement Security
When you use the Distribute Software to Collection Wizard to create an advertisement, the default class and instance rights are associated with that advertisement.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Distributing Packages - Creating Advertisements (part 3) - OpsMgr Advertisement - Advertisement Schedule, Advertisement Distribution Points
The advertisement Schedule tab provides each of the configurations shown when creating the advertisement with the Distribute Software to Collection Wizard.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Distributing Packages - Creating Advertisements (part 2) - OpsMgr Advertisement - Additional Advertisement Settings
Prior to deploying the OpsMgr agents via Configuration Manager 2007, configure Operations Manager 2007 for AD Integration. System Center Operations Manager 2007 Unleashed (Sams Publishing, 2008) discusses AD Integration and other topics related to OpsMgr agent deployment.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Distributing Packages - Creating Advertisements (part 1) - Forefront Advertisement
It is really a personal preference as to which approach to use, but the authors’ preference is to use the last method to create the advertisement, as long as the collection that will be used for targeting is already defined.
Application Lifecycle Management in SharePoint 2013 : Managing SharePoint 2013 Testing Teams (part 2) - Performance Testing
Performance testing can be considered from either the IT professional or development point of view. From the IT professional point of view, performance testing ensures that the hardware is adequate for the planned usage and identifies performance bottlenecks.
Application Lifecycle Management in SharePoint 2013 : Managing SharePoint 2013 Testing Teams (part 1) - Automated Builds and Integration Testing
Automated builds are used to automate integration testing of the customizations using a daily schedule, or whenever a developer checks in code. The objective is to ensure that code created by your development team integrates without any issues.
Application Lifecycle Management in SharePoint 2013 : Managing SharePoint 2013 Development Teams (part 3) - Offshore Teams
If offshore models are utilized properly, they can provide significant cost-savings in the development stage. Often, however, organizations do not completely understand the implications and what is required to use an offshore team.
Application Lifecycle Management in SharePoint 2013 : Managing SharePoint 2013 Development Teams (part 2) - Large Project Life-Cycle Models
Especially with large projects, you must have clear responsibilities and development processes defined for the different features that are developed. The most common way to handle large development projects in SharePoint is to divide the features into multiple code projects and solution packages.
Application Lifecycle Management in SharePoint 2013 : Managing SharePoint 2013 Development Teams (part 1)
The selection of a software development methodology may also be influenced by whether the project is in-house, offshore, or a partner lead delivery. In-house or partner-led deliveries will more than likely use a methodology the team has already adopted and can understand.
Application Lifecycle Management in SharePoint 2013 : Planning Your SharePoint Team Environments (part 2) - Centralized, Virtualized Environments, Cloud Environments
A centralized, virtualized environment is a development environment model where development environments are hosted on the centralized virtualization platform, and developers use remote connections to access these environments.
Application Lifecycle Management in SharePoint 2013 : Planning Your SharePoint Team Environments (part 1) - Virtualized Dedicated Environments
This model is based on using virtualization software on the development computers to host an instance of the SharePoint and development environments.
Application Lifecycle Management in SharePoint 2013 : Planning Your Upgrade and Patching Approach
After a customization has been deployed to your SharePoint 2013 deployment, upgrade and patching considerations come into effect. This section discusses strategies and recommendations to upgrade customizations, and update sites, content, and code in your SharePoint 2013 farms.
Business Cases for Lync Server 2013 : Why Lync 2013 for Unified Communications
The key to a true UC solution is software. Without intuitive, user-friendly software, a UC solution cannot be successfully deployed. When compared on paper, the UC solutions from companies such as Microsoft, Cisco, Avaya, and ShorTel have the same features.
 
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