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Microsoft Lync Server 2013 : Lync Online and Hybrid Deployments - AD FS Deployment for SSO (part 2)
After the federation service is up and running, the AD FS configuration can be performed on the systems that will be used as federation proxies. The same SSL certificate installed on the federation servers should be imported to each server that will be used as a federation server proxy, and applied to the IIS Default Web Site before configuring AD FS.
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 : Lync Online and Hybrid Deployments - AD FS Deployment for SSO (part 1) - Configuring the First Federation Server in the Farm
The AD FS 2.0 software can be downloaded from the Microsoft download site, and is used for both the federation server and the federation server proxy systems. Installation of the AD FS 2.0 software can be performed either via the setup wizard or via the command line.
Sharepoint 2013 : Managing and Configuring Communities
The following sections describe the two community templates available with SharePoint 2013, and discuss some key aspects and configuration options for community websites.
Sharepoint 2013 : Managing and Configuring My Sites (part 4) - SkyDrive Pro
SDP is a private file repository for the user’s documents. You could consider SDP to reflect the evolution and consolidation of the old “Personal Documents” and “Shared Documents” libraries in SharePoint 2010.
Sharepoint 2013 : Managing and Configuring My Sites (part 3) - Configuring My Sites - Managing Social Tags and Notes, Manage Following
Within the My Site Settings section of the User Profile Service Application is a setting called Manage Social Tags and Notes. This feature is provided primarily for SharePoint 2010 sites that have been upgraded, as this functionality has been deprecated.
Sharepoint 2013 : Managing and Configuring My Sites (part 2) - Configuring My Sites - Enabling the Activity Feed Job
The User Profile Service Application - Activity Feed Job creates and sends system-generated updates to the user’s newsfeed based on different user activities. When a user performs a specific action, an event is generated that subsequently produces an update in the newsfeed.
Sharepoint 2013 : Managing and Configuring My Sites (part 1) - Configuring My Sites - My Site Host Site Collection, Setting Up My Sites
The host site collection contains the newsfeed and profile pages of all users. This site collection is provisioned using the My Site Host site template, which is available from the Enterprise tab of the Create Site Collection page.
Exchange Server 2013 : Building an Available Messaging System (part 3) - INTERSITE REPLICATION BANDWIDTH
The bandwidth required for intersite replication may be considerable. Let's consider an example of a four-node DAG, with the first node containing all database copies, as shown in Figure 8.
Exchange Server 2013 : Building an Available Messaging System (part 2) - Exchange Hybrid Deployment, Database Availability Group Planning
Database availability group (DAG) planning requires you to balance a number of factors. Most of these are interdependent and require significant thought and planning.
Exchange Server 2013 : Building an Available Messaging System (part 1) - Transport, Namespace Planning
Namespace planning is often a misunderstood topic. The impactions for high availability, however, are substantial. The cheaper side of misunderstanding this topic is an incorrect set of names on a Subject Alternate Name (SAN) certificate. The more expensive side is a total lack of system availability after a failover event has occurred.
Sharepoint 2013 : Managing and Configuring Profile Synchronization (part 9) - Audiences - Audience Targeting Rules and Logic, Targeting Content to Audiences
The audience compilation process scans the user property values, compares the values to the rules for membership, and adds users accordingly.
Sharepoint 2013 : Managing and Configuring Profile Synchronization (part 8) - Audiences - Configuring Audiences
SharePoint audiences are used to target content to specific sets of users. Audiences are not a security setting, but a filtering mechanism used to display pertinent information to specific people.
Sharepoint 2013 : Managing and Configuring Profile Synchronization (part 7) - SharePoint Profile Synchronization - Managing User Profiles, Managing Policies
These policies apply to the User Profile Service Application, and they are used to determine how personal information is shared, along with who can view this information about users.
Sharepoint 2013 : Managing and Configuring Profile Synchronization (part 6) - SharePoint Profile Synchronization - Managing User Properties
Property mapping is one of the steps involved in the profile import or sync process. User properties are mapped to SharePoint properties, and this constitutes the SharePoint user profile. User properties are comprised of the attributes or fields associated with the database of users in the organization.
Sharepoint 2013 : Managing and Configuring Profile Synchronization (part 5) - SharePoint Profile Synchronization - Editing Connection Filters
At this point, you could proceed with a full profile synchronization, but it is a good practice to add connection filters before you start the process. It will make the synchronization execute faster, and it will keep your user profile database more compact.
Sharepoint 2013 : Managing and Configuring Profile Synchronization (part 4) - Configuring the Synchronization Connection
The process for creating a synchronization connection for SharePoint Profile Synchronization is very similar to the process for Active Directory Import. The only significant difference is how you configure the connection filters, which is described in the next set of steps.
Sharepoint 2013 : Managing and Configuring Profile Synchronization (part 3) - SharePoint Profile Synchronization
The User Profile Synchronization service is responsible for creating and provisioning the necessary tools that enable synchronization. The following steps describe the process.
Sharepoint 2013 : Managing and Configuring Profile Synchronization (part 2) - Active Directory Import
The Active Directory Import (ADI) synchronization method provides administrators with a new option for syncing profiles. One of the benefits of choosing this method is that you don’t have to provision the User Profile Synchronization Service.
Sharepoint 2013 : Managing and Configuring Profile Synchronization (part 1) - Choosing a Synchronization Method
Before you can configure profile synchronization, you first need to decide which synchronization option you are going to use. Note that you can switch between sync modes, so you can start with one and later switch to the other.
Sharepoint 2013 : Configuring User Profiles and Social Computing - What’s New in Enterprise Social?
Enterprise social includes the social networking features and the infrastructure to support that capability. By now, most of us are familiar with social networking features such as microblogging, posting to an activity feed, liking posts, communities, and targeting users.
Exchange Server 2013 : Defining a Highly Available Messaging Solution - Achieving High Availability
Once you identify the factors influencing availability, you can evaluate each in an attempt to mitigate them. For example, let's say your analysis has shown that cooling and the centralization of all IT into a single datacenter represent a single point of failure.
Exchange Server 2013 : Defining a Highly Available Messaging Solution - Defining Terms for Availability
Service-level agreement, recovery point objective, recovery time objective, high availability, and disaster recovery are common terms used when discussing availability. In this section, we will discuss each of these terms with regard to a messaging system, which is part of a larger IT ecosystem.
Exchange Server 2013 : Defining a Highly Available Messaging Solution - Defining the Cost of Downtime, Planning for Failure
Defining the cost of downtime may appear to be an emotional measure, and it may seem somewhat intangible. In this section, we will look at turning some of the intangibles back into definable measures.
Exchange Server 2013 : Defining a Highly Available Messaging Solution - Defining Availability
The definition of availability and how that availability is measured is one of the key factors in the choice of technology you will use to implement in your design. One of the critical factors to establish is how the availability of the system will be measured and what the context for that measurement will be.
About Microsoft SharePoint 2013 : What Is a Workflow?
In SharePoint, a workflow is a series of steps—some automatic, some manual—that need to be performed as part of a business process for a document or a list item.
About Microsoft SharePoint 2013 : What Is Tagging?
Tagging is a social web mechanism available in Microsoft SharePoint 2013 Server (not in SPF) that allows you as the user to tag a document or a list item or even a page—in the SharePoint site or outside it.
About Microsoft SharePoint 2013 : What Is a Content Type?
Lists and document libraries can store different kinds of content, known as content types. A site manager can create and manage the content types in a site. The content types are then available in that site and in all the sites under it.
About Microsoft SharePoint 2013 : What Are Web Parts?
Web parts are the building blocks of pages in SharePoint. They are components that show data, and they can be placed in certain regions of a page—known as web part zones, or as part of text in certain page editing controls.
About Microsoft SharePoint 2013 : What Is a View?
Using views is a useful way for a list manager to create different ways to show the information in a list or library. Different views can show different columns and have different sorting and filtering, grouping, and styles.
Feature Overview and Benefits of Microsoft Lync Server 2013 : Remote Access
Federation is a feature that enables organizations that have deployed Communications Server to communicate easily and securely across the public Internet. As long as both organizations have deployed an Access Edge Server, federation can be used to view presence and exchange IMs.
 
 
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