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Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Creating special-purpose mailboxes (part 6) - Creating and using archive mailboxes - Creating in-place archives
The Bulk Enable Archive dialog box is displayed. If you want to specify a mailbox database for the archives rather than use an automatically selected one, tap or click Browse to the right of the Mailbox Database text box.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Creating special-purpose mailboxes (part 5) - Creating forwarding mailboxes
Custom recipients, such as mail-enabled users, don’t normally receive mail from users outside the organization because a custom recipient doesn’t have an email address that resolves to a specific mailbox in your organization.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Creating special-purpose mailboxes (part 4) - Creating linked mailboxes
A linked mailbox is a mailbox that is accessed by a user in a separate, trusted forest. Typically, you use linked mailboxes when your organization’s mailbox servers are in a separate resource forest and you want to ensure that users can access free/busy data across these forests.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Creating special-purpose mailboxes (part 3) - Creating equipment mailboxes
By default, booking requests are accepted or declined automatically based on availability. The first person to reserve the equipment gets the reservation.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Creating special-purpose mailboxes (part 2) - Creating room mailboxes
You can select multiple coordinators in the Select Delegates dialog box. One way to do this is to click the first coordinator, hold Ctrl, and then click each additional coordinator.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Creating special-purpose mailboxes (part 1) - Using room and equipment mailboxes
Each room or piece of equipment must have a separate user account. This is necessary to track the unique free/busy data for each resource.
Sharepoint 2013 : Follow a SharePoint Site
SharePoint 2013 introduces a mechanism called “Follow” that allows you to mark sites as sites you are following—similar to the concept of favorites in your browser.
Sharepoint 2013 : Navigate Through a SharePoint Site (part 3) - Use the Breadcrumbs, Use the Navigate Up Breadcrumbs
The breadcrumbs mechanism is commonly used to navigate websites. It shows you where you are in the site, so you can go “up” the hierarchy all the way to the home page of the site.
Sharepoint 2013 : Navigate Through a SharePoint Site (part 2) - Use the Left Navigation Bar, Use the Top Navigation Bar
The left navigation bar is also known as Current Navigation. It is usually used to show content that exists in the current site and sometimes content from subsites.
Sharepoint 2013 : Navigate Through a SharePoint Site (part 1)
This section explains the different mechanisms that help you to navigate through a site. Most sites use the navigation ribbon (also known as the Browse ribbon) to show navigation controls on the top of the page—including a top navigation bar and the breadcrumbs.
Sharepoint 2013 : Change Language and Regional Settings
Depending on the configuration of the SharePoint environment, you might be able to define your own regional settings for that environment (which will affect all sites in that environment) or for the specific site (which affects just that site).
Sharepoint 2013 : Sign Out of a Site, Use the Ribbon
Any page in SharePoint might have several ribbons with different command buttons and actions. Often you will want to either show the ribbon to expose editing options on a page, or manually switch to different ribbons to find the actions or the information that those other ribbons offer.
Sharepoint 2013 : Get to a SharePoint Site
Depending on the setup of the site itself, you might or might not be prompted for a password. Because SharePoint is often configured to automatically identify you, the likelihood is that you will not be prompted, and SharePoint will log you on with the user name and password you used when you logged on to your computer.
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 : Director Overview (part 3) - Optional Role
Perhaps the biggest change for the Director in Lync Server 2013 is that Microsoft has declared it an optional role in the Lync topology. In prior years the documentation treated it as recommended, especially when deploying external services.
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 : Director Overview (part 2) - Centralized Sign-In , Optimized External Access Path, Simple URL Entry Point
Historically, the Director role played a much bigger part in the sign-in process every single day, and careful planning was required to ensure that there was enough processing capacity available to handle the bulk of sign-in and authentication traffic occurring during the morning hours in each region
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 : Director Overview (part 1) - Benefits of a Director - Internal Endpoint Sign-In Process
There is no logic in an endpoint to indicate that it is initially connecting to a Director pool and not a Front End server, meaning that the same DNS records, authentication methods, and signaling are used from the endpoint’s perspective.
Sharepoint 2013 : Community portals and sites - Reviewing posts submitted for moderation
Another responsibility of the SharePoint 2013 moderator is reviewing reported items. This can consist of discussions or replies that violate the site guidelines, corporate policies, or the limits of acceptable behavior
Sharepoint 2013 : Community portals and sites - Moderating discussions - Mark a discussion as featured
One of the primary jobs of a SharePoint 2013 community site moderator is overseeing discussions on the site. In one case, the moderator staff should seek out unanswered questions that have become stale over time.
Sharepoint 2013 : Community portals and sites - Managing replies
As a member of a SharePoint 2013 community site, you still can manage replies if you are not a moderator or owner of the site. Your editing capabilities, however, are limited to replies that you have authored or replies that belong to discussions that you have authored.
Sharepoint 2013 : Community portals and sites - Tracking discussions in progress
Sometimes, you might find a SharePoint 2013 discussion contains a question that you are unable to answer yourself, but you are interested in tracking it in case anyone else responds. In this case, you can create an alert on the discussion that will send you a notification if someone else adds a reply.
Sharepoint 2013 : Community portals and sites - Searching for discussions
One of the ways that you can find discussions is via SharePoint 2013 search. On any community site (or from many other types of SharePoint sites) you can search all conversations to which you currently have access.
Sharepoint 2013 : Community portals and sites - Replying to a discussion
Even if you don’t have a new discussion to add to a SharePoint 2013 community site, you can contribute by responding to discussions that are already in progress.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Assignment policies
Exchange 2013 includes the concept of a management role assignment policy to enable users to perform certain functions that have to be performed by administrators in previous versions of Exchange.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Role assignment (part 4) - Unscoped roles
Unscoped management roles are interesting because they enable you to create tailored roles for administrative purposes. This area might receive little attention as deployment teams handle the initial implementation of RBAC within a company.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Role assignment (part 3) - Database scoping, Special roles
To create a database scope, define a new management scope based on a database list or a database filter. A database list contains the names of specific databases separated by commas and is an appropriate scope when you need to assign management responsibility to a fixed set of databases that you don’t think will change often.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Role assignment (part 2) - Creating roles for specific tasks, Specific scopes for role groups
A new role is better than attempting to modify one of the built-in roles included in Exchange because you can never be sure that a change made to one of these roles might not affect or break functionality in some way or create difficulties during a future software upgrade.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Role assignment (part 1) - Using role assignment policy to limit access
Role assignments can limit access down to the parameter level for a cmdlet. Exchange uses this capability to restrict users to writing to specific data items within a larger set.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Role group management
When EAC is used to create a role group, the Organization Management security group is added to the list of group managers along with the user who creates the group.
Configuring Active Directory Server Roles : Administering Active Directory - Creating OUs
Through the use of the Active Directory Users And Computers administrative tool, also called the MMC (Microsoft Management Console), you can quickly and easily add, move, and change OUs. This graphical tool makes it easy to visualize and create the various levels of hierarchy an organization requires.
Configuring Active Directory Server Roles : Administering Active Directory - Planning the OU Structure (part 2) - Delegating Administrative Control
We already mentioned that OUs are the smallest component within a domain to which administrative permissions and group policies can be assigned by administrators. Now, you'll take a look at specifically how administrative control is set on OUs.
 
 
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