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Feature Overview and Benefits of Microsoft Lync Server 2013 : Enterprise Voice
Call forwarding settings are available to Enterprise Voice users, and they give some flexibility not found in traditional PBX systems.
Feature Overview and Benefits of Microsoft Lync Server 2013 : Dial-In Conferencing
Users can adjust the permissions for each conference to prevent specific types of attendees from participating. This gives end users the option to prevent meetings from being forwarded or from being accessed by anonymous participants on a per-meeting basis.
Feature Overview and Benefits of Microsoft Lync Server 2013 : Presence (part 3)
Collaboration through the use of IMs has been a part of Lync Server since the beginning along with presence. Although IMs are a simple mode of communication, they can be an excellent way to conduct a conversation in a quick manner without needing to resort to email or a phone call.
Feature Overview and Benefits of Microsoft Lync Server 2013 : Presence (part 2)
The integration points mentioned previously provide a way to keep presence information up to date automatically. However, the user has the option to manually override her presence to any state.
Feature Overview and Benefits of Microsoft Lync Server 2013 : Presence (part 1) - Presence States , Access Levels and Privacy Relationships
Lync Server presence consists of a presence icon and a status text string. A number of colors are associated with each presence class, operating on a scale similar to a stoplight from green to red.
About Microsoft SharePoint 2013 : What Is a Document Library?
A document library is a special instance of a list, in which every list item is a file. Files can be Microsoft Office documents, Adobe Acrobat documents (PDF files), or any other type of file that the system administrator allows.
About Microsoft SharePoint 2013 : What Is a Personal Site?
A personal site is one that belongs to a specific user and is used to show user information that belongs, personally, to that user. The user can upload documents to a personal document library in the personal site, and only that user can see and manage these documents.
About Microsoft SharePoint 2013 : What Is a Site?
The structure of SharePoint sites (sometimes referred to as webs) is very different from the structure of typical Internet sites that contain only pages. In SharePoint, a site can house more than just pages. It is a container that holds lists and libraries, and it can have other sites under it.
About Microsoft SharePoint 2013 : What Is Microsoft SharePoint 2013?
SharePoint is a Microsoft platform that allows people to build websites. SharePoint 2013 is the fifth version of SharePoint from Microsoft, and it is also known as SharePoint 15 or Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013. It is very different from the versions that came before it.
Installing Exchange 2013 : Namespace planning
Namespace planning describes the activity companies go through to determine the public connectivity points that will be offered to clients that wish to access email services through the Internet and how those connections will be secured.
Installing Exchange 2013 : Security groups and accounts Exchange creates
Alongside the schema changes made to support server functionality, the Exchange installation procedure adds a number of security groups and mail-enabled accounts to Active Directory that Exchange uses for different purposes.
Installing Exchange 2013 : Versions, cumulative updates, and service packs (part 2) - Object versions, Reporting licenses
When you install a server, it is in an unlicensed or trial state. In other words, you’ve installed Exchange to kick the tires and see what the server can do. Servers in trial status are not eligible to receive support from Microsoft and are limited to the functionality available in the Standard edition of Exchange 2013.
Installing Exchange 2013 : Versions, cumulative updates, and service packs (part 1) - Cumulative updates, Version numbers
Software maintenance is an ongoing process. In the case of Exchange, the outcome is a regular update that represents the best current state of the software as updated with whatever fixes are known at the time the update is produced.
Exchange Server 2013 : Deploying an Exchange 2013 server (part 3) - Recovering a failed server
If you’re unfortunate enough to suffer a catastrophic hardware failure that renders a computer completely unusable, you can recover the configuration for the server from Active Directory to rebuild Exchange.
Exchange Server 2013 : Deploying an Exchange 2013 server (part 2) - Setup logs, Uninstalling Exchange
One small detail that occurs during an installation is that the path for executables is updated with the location of the Exchange binaries. This is a nice feature because it avoids the need for administrators to search file locations when they want to run Exchange utilities such as Eseutil.exe.
Installing Exchange 2013 : Deploying an Exchange 2013 server (part 1) - Running Setup
After Active Directory is prepared and you have installed the necessary prerequisite software and features, you can install Exchange by using the GUI version of the setup program, or you can use the command-line version.
Installing Exchange 2013 : Creating the Exchange 2013 organization
After the Active Directory schema has been successfully prepared, you can create the new organization unless you already have an Exchange organization in place.
Installing Exchange 2013 : Types of Active Directory deployment that support Exchange
Active Directory implementations in use today extend from a single forest to multiple forests, and there are many variations in between. Some companies deployed Active Directory early and have an implementation that features a root domain that contains a small number of servers, such as the schema master, with applications and users deployed into a set of geographic or business-centric domains.
Sharepoint 2013 : Welcome to the Central Administration Web Site (part 4) - General Application Settings, Apps, Navigation
The General Application Settings section provides configuration of InfoPath services, SharePoint Designer, Content Deployment, External Service Connections, and Search.
Sharepoint 2013 : Welcome to the Central Administration Web Site (part 3) - Backup and Restore, Security
Backup and Restore is an important process in the operation of your farm. In the event of disaster, a previous backup and successful restore might be the difference between continued use of your farm with full data integrity and full/partial loss of services and data. Figure 6 shows the Backup and Restore section in Central Administration.
Sharepoint 2013 : Welcome to the Central Administration Web Site (part 2) - System Settings, Monitoring
The System Settings section contains settings for management of servers in the farm and services on a server, configuring outgoing and incoming e-mail, and managing farm settings for installed custom and third-party solution packages.
Sharepoint 2013 : Welcome to the Central Administration Web Site (part 1) - Application Management
A web application is a physical ASP.NET application that resides on disk within each WFE SharePoint server and registers within IIS to handle incoming requests on a given URL. Since a web application is an ASP.NET application, a web app has a web.config file that contains all application-relevant settings.
Monitoring Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Installing Operations Manager 2007 R2 (part 2) - Importing Management Packs, Deploying OpsMgr Agents
OpsMgr agents are deployed to all managed servers through the OpsMgr Discovery Wizard, or by using software distribution mechanisms such as Active Directory GPOs or System Center Configuration Manager 2007. Installation through the Operations Console uses the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the computer.
Monitoring Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Installing Operations Manager 2007 R2 (part 1) - Single Server OpsMgr 2007 R2 Install, Prerequisite Checker
This section assumes a Windows Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 server will be used for the single-server installation, but the prerequisite checker looks at more general requirements based on the OpsMgr-supported platforms.
BizTalk Server 2009 : Executing Business Rules (part 2) - Calling the Engine from a .NET Application, Policy Chaining
Policy chaining is the ability to call one policy from another. Policy chaining is not natively supported through the Business Rule Engine, but can still be accomplished through additional coding. Essentially, a policy can call .NET code that executes another policy.
BizTalk Server 2009 : Executing Business Rules (part 1) - Returning a Value from the BRE to the Calling Orchestration
Sometimes a developer needs a return value from the business rules policy for his code to execute a different piece of logic depending on the policy's results. Despite the fact that the BRE doesn't support return values, it still can "share" a common object with a calling orchestration.
BizTalk Server 2009 : Playing By The Rules? Use The Business Rule Engine - Going to Production
Once all business policies and their required vocabularies are defined and well tested, you can deploy them to your production environment. You have a few deployment options.
BizTalk Server 2009 : Testing Business Rules
Once all business policies and their required vocabularies are defined, you need to test and debug them before deploying them in production.
Migrating to Configuration Manager 2007 : Migrating Hardware Inventory Customizations, Troubleshooting Upgrade Issues
SMS and Configuration Manager use Managed Object Format (MOF) files for hardware inventory. These files are substantially different in Configuration Manager from those in SMS 2003.
Migrating to Configuration Manager 2007 : Side-by-Side Migrations
Whereas an in-place upgrade provides the advantage of preserving your SMS 2003 sites and settings, a side-by-side migration may be more appropriate if you plan major changes to your SMS environment.
 
 
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