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Application Lifecycle Management in SharePoint 2013 : Understanding the SharePoint 2013 Development Models
The SharePoint 2013 platform supports three solution models for the now bewildering number of customization opportunities on the SharePoint 2013 platform.
Application Lifecycle Management in SharePoint 2013 : Getting Started with Application Lifecycle Management
Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), as defined by Wikipedia, is the continuous process of managing the life of an application through governance, development, operations, and maintenance.
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 : Mac Client - Tuning Hardware for the Lync:Mac Client
The Lync:Mac client enables users to communicate with each other through both audio and video. As such, it’s a good idea to tune the audio and video subsystems of the Macintosh that is running the client in order to optimize the experience for the user.
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 : Mac Client - Client Integrations with Other Applications
One of the strongest areas of integration for Lync:Mac is with Outlook. When Lync:Mac is installed, it adds hooks into the Outlook view that integrate into contact information.
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 : Mac Client - Web Conferencing
Probably the biggest driving force behind companies implementing Lync Server 2013 is replacing outsourced web conferencing services. Many companies spend hundreds of thousands of dollars a month on services such as WebEx or GoToMeeting.
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 : Mac Client - Audio, Video Calls and Conferencing
Initiating an audio call is as simple as clicking a contact and selecting the call option, which is a retro microphone icon as shown in Figure 1 After this is done, the contact receives a pop-up and an audio notification and has the option to answer, decline, or redirect.
Understanding Core Exchange Server 2013 Design Plans (part 5) - Configuring Exchange Server 2013 for Maximum Performance and Reliability, Securing and Maintaining an Exchange Server 2013 Implementati
After decisions have been made about AD design, Exchange server placement, and client access, optimization of the Exchange server itself helps ensure efficiency, reliability, and security for the messaging platform.
Understanding Core Exchange Server 2013 Design Plans (part 4) - Determining Exchange Server 2013 Placement
Previous versions of Exchange Server essentially forced many organizations into deploying servers in sites with relatively few users. With the concept of site consolidation in more recent versions of Exchange, smaller numbers of Exchange servers can service clients in multiple locations, even if they are separated by slow WAN links.
Understanding Core Exchange Server 2013 Design Plans (part 3) - Understanding AD Design Concepts for Exchange Server 2013 - Understanding the AD Domain Structure
Exchange Server 2013 cannot make use of Windows Server 2008 Read-Only Domain Controllers (RODCs) or Read-Only Global Catalog (ROGC) servers, so be sure to plan for full GCs and domain controllers (DCs) for Exchange Server.
Understanding Core Exchange Server 2013 Design Plans (part 2) - Understanding AD Design Concepts for Exchange Server 2013 - Understanding the AD DS Forest
Exchange Server 2013 has several key requirements for AD. First, all domains and the forest must be at least in Windows Server 2003 functional levels. Second, it requires that at least one domain controller in each site that includes Exchange Server be at least Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2), Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, or Windows Server 2012.
Understanding Core Exchange Server 2013 Design Plans (part 1) - Planning for Exchange Server 2013
Designing Exchange Server used to be a fairly simple task. When an organization needed email and the decision was made to go with Exchange Server, the only real decision to make was how many Exchange servers were needed. Primarily, organizations really needed only email and eschewed any “bells and whistles.”
Sharepoint 2013 : Installing and Configuring Windows Azure Workflow Server (part 3) - Testing and Verifying the Workflow Installation
Administrators can manage how SharePoint 2013 interacts with the Workflow Server. These settings are configured using the Manage web applications link in the Application Management section of Central Administration.
Sharepoint 2013 : Installing and Configuring Windows Azure Workflow Server (part 3) - Testing and Verifying the Workflow Installation
In order to get the workflow farm’s services operational within your SharePoint farm, you must pair the two farms. This is accomplished using PowerShell; there is no user interface for this.
Sharepoint 2013 : Installing and Configuring Windows Azure Workflow Server (part 2) - The Install
You are ready to perform the installation and configuration. In the sections that follow, you install and configure Workflow Manager, pair the workflow farm with the SharePoint farm, and verify that the environment is functioning properly.
Sharepoint 2013 : Installing and Configuring Windows Azure Workflow Server (part 1) - Workflow Manager Install
You can install Workflow Manager using the Web Platform Installer (Web PI). The Web PI automatically checks for prerequisites before it installs workflow manager, and it will automatically download and install any prerequisites that it does not find as long as you have Internet access on the installation server.
Sharepoint 2013 : Installing and Configuring Azure Workflow Server - Enhancements in Workflow
SharePoint 2013 workflow has a major architectural change, and introduces a new kind of workflow engine. These workflows, which are built using WF 4.5, run out of process from SharePoint 2013; therefore, they are not governed by constraints SharePoint might introduce.
Exchange Server 2013 : The Exchange Management Shell - Verbose PowerShell, Controlling access to Exchange
Usually, EMS gets on with whatever you ask it to do and doesn’t give any indication of the processing it performs in the background. You ask for a new mailbox to be created, and it’s created, or some problem occurs that stops the command from executing.
Exchange Server 2013 : Exploring useful EMS examples (part 2) - Creating a report in HTML
PowerShell is flexible in terms of processing output. Generated reports can show management and others the kind of work that servers do. The typical reports EMS generates are plaintext.
Exchange Server 2013 : Exploring useful EMS examples (part 1) - Outputting a CSV file
Many examples of outputting CSV files from Exchange data use the Export-CSV cmdlet. For instance, here’s a two-line script that looks for any mailbox that has an ActiveSync partnership created, which indicates that the user has connected a mobile device to the mailbox by using ActiveSync
Exchange Server 2013 : The Exchange Management Shell - Active Directory for PowerShell
Another useful example is when you want to scan for inactive Active Directory accounts so that you can clean up the directory. In this command, you scan for any account that has not been logged on to in the past 120 days and report the account name and the date the user last logged on.
Sharepoint 2013 : Customizing a SharePoint Site - Create a Site Column
To create a site column, open the Site Settings page, and then click Site Columns in the Galleries section of the page. This selection opens the Site Columns gallery page, where you can create new site columns or edit or remove existing ones.
Sharepoint 2013 : Use Managed Metadata Navigation in a Publishing Site (part 3) - Configuring a Friendly URL
If you select Term-Driven Page with Friendly URL in the term’s navigation node type, you need to configure more options for this term. First, click the Save button, and then switch to the Term-Driven Pages tab as shown in Figure 5.
Sharepoint 2013 : Use Managed Metadata Navigation in a Publishing Site (part 2) - Editing a Term Set for Navigation in a Site
To add, remove, or edit terms in the term set, select the term set and click the Term Store Management Tool link (refer to Figure 1). This opens the site’s term store management tool that allows you to find the term set you want to edit.
Sharepoint 2013 : Use Managed Metadata Navigation in a Publishing Site (part 1) - Choosing a Term Set for Navigation in a Site
To configure SharePoint to use a managed navigation term set, simply choose Managed Navigation in either the global navigation or the current navigation. When you do that, a box appears that allows you to select from the list of existing term sets, and a button to create a new term set.
Lync Server 2013 Clients : Mac Client - Navigation and Layout (part 3) - Managing Contacts, IM Features
Most people have grown accustomed to the behaviors in Outlook in which you can quickly look up a user in the contacts or by starting to type the person’s name. Microsoft Lync:Mac follows this model by organizing contacts by groups and by enabling you to quickly search for contacts by typing the person’s name.
Lync Server 2013 Clients : Mac Client - Navigation and Layout (part 2)
The Contact menu outlines options and modalities for contacting a user. The action is performed on the selected contact in the user’s contact list.
Lync Server 2013 Clients : Mac Client - Navigation and Layout (part 1)
The Status menu includes options for changing presence status and a command to sign out. There is no need to review the status options here because they are covered elsewhere; however to summarize, they are Available, Busy, Do Not Disturb, Off Work, Be Right Back, and Appear Away.
Lync Server 2013 Clients : Mac Client - Installing the Client - Feature Comparison
The new Lync:Mac 2011 client replaces the previous Communicator for Mac client. Lync:Mac improves on many previous features and introduces some new ones as well, as shown in Table 1. Also shown is an overall comparison to the feature-complete Windows Lync client.
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 : Lync Hybrid Deployment - Moving Users Between Lync On-Premise and Lync Online
A Lync hybrid deployment starts with the installation of the on-premise Lync infrastructure, if there is no existing Lync environment in place. At a minimum, the on-premise deployment requires one Front End pool and one Edge pool, with the Edge pool enabled for federation.
Sharepoint 2013 : Customizing a SharePoint Site - Modify the Top or Left Navigation Bar (part 3) - Use Structural Navigation to Add a Link to the Top or Left Navigation Bar
To add a link to either navigation bar, after selecting to use Structural Navigation, scroll down and locate the Structural Navigation: Editing and Sorting section of the page, and click the Global Navigation node (for the top navigation bar) or Current Navigation node (for the left navigation bar) in the Navigation Editing and Sorting box.
 
 
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