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Windows Server 2012 : Preparing for deploying domain controllers (part 1) - AD DS deployment scenarios
If your organization has not yet deployed AD DS, you’re in luck: this is your opportunity to get it right. Although deploying a new forest based on Windows Server 2012 AD DS is as simple as deploying your first domain controller (the forest root domain controller), there are numerous planning considerations you need to be aware of before you perform this task.
Preparing for Windows Server 2012 : Planning for Windows Server 2012 (part 1) - Migration scenarios
Migration projects involving servers can be categorized in a number of ways, depending on whether you are deploying a new infrastructure, upgrading or consolidating an existing infrastructure, or implementing a new infrastructure model such as cloud computing.
iOS SDK : Application Settings - The Settings Bundle (part 4) - PSSliderSpecifier, PSChildPaneSpecifier
The PSChildPaneSpecifier is for specifying a child pane in the Settings application. You define the settings in this pane in a separate .plist file. Table 6 summarizes PSChildSpecifier’s settings.
iOS SDK : Application Settings - The Settings Bundle (part 3) - PSMultiValueSpecifier
The PSMultiValueSpecifier is for selecting one of many alternative choices. Table 3 summarizes the PSMultiValueSpecifier’s settings. Note that you create entries below the Values and Titles settings for each value and for each title.
iOS SDK : Application Settings - The Settings Bundle (part 2) - Settings Field Types
You add preferences to the settings bundle through Root.plist. The different settings display differently in the Settings application. Possible values for settings are PSTextFieldSpecifier, PSTitleValueSpecifier, PSToggleSwitchSpecifier, PSMultiValueSpecifier, PSGroupSpecifier, and PSChildPaneSpecifier.
iOS SDK : Application Settings - The Settings Bundle (part 1)
An application’s preferences are stored in an Extended Markup Language (XML) file called Root.plist. Root.plist is stored in a bundle called Settings.bundle. A settings bundle is not automatically added to your project, and so you must add it to your application if you want to use the Settings application.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Printing Scenarios (part 4) - Printing High-Quality Materials
Visio is a vector-based graphics program, and vectors print smoothly, using the full resolution of the printer. Bitmaps are collections of dots that get uglier as you blow them up, so exporting to an image seems to go against the whole purpose of using vectors in the first place.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Printing Scenarios (part 3) - Printing Multiple Drawings on a Single Sheet, Printing Scaled Drawings at Reduced Size
When you reduce a scaled drawing, it is important to note that scale notations on the drawing are no longer accurate. Better yet, use a physical scale symbol that visually shows the scale of the drawing.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Printing Scenarios (part 2) - Printing Any Size Drawing on Any Size Paper
If you have mixed landscape and portrait page orientations across pages, be sure that the Print Setup and Page Size settings for orientation agree for each page.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Printing Scenarios (part 1) - Printing Tiled Drawings
If you create flowcharts and other connected diagrams using the AutoSize feature, you have a sort of flipped situation. As your diagram grows, your drawing is tiled across several drawing pages, and will print on several sheets of paper by default.
SQL Server 2008 R2 : Database Backup and Restore (part 8) - Scenarios
Restore scenarios are as varied as the backup scenarios that drive them. The number of scenarios is directly related to the types of backups taken and frequency of those backups.
SQL Server 2008 R2 : Database Backup and Restore (part 6) - Backup Scenarios
Typically, several different types of backups are used in a comprehensive backup plan. These backups are often combined to produce maximum recoverability while balancing the load on the system and amount of time to recover the database. The following backup scenarios outline some of the ways SQL Server backups are used.
iOS SDK : Basic SQLite Database Manipulation (part 3) - SQLite Binding, Inserting, Updating, and Deleting
Updating a record is as straightforward as inserting it. The changeAPhotoImage first creates a SQL string with parameters. It then binds a file’s binary data to photo and an integer to id. After binding, it then calls the step function once, finalizes the statement, and closes the database. Notice that updating requires the record’s id, as SQLite uses the id to update the correct record.
iOS SDK : Basic SQLite Database Manipulation (part 2) - Select
You select one or more records from a SQL database using a select statement. Because a select statement usually returns multiple rows, you must loop through the row set if you wish to obtain all records.
iOS SDK : Basic SQLite Database Manipulation (part 1) - Opening the Database, Statements, Preparing Statements, and Executing Statements
If you have ever used a database from within a programming language, SQLite database manipulation using C should seem intuitive. You open the database. You create a prepared statement containing a SQL string. That statement might have one or more parameters you bind values to.
iOS SDK : Adding a SQLite Database
Adding binary data using SQLite Manager in Firefox seems to be buggy. Sometimes it works, sometimes not. If after adding a record the photo column is blank, just edit the row and add the photo file’s content again.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Linking to Another Type of Database (part 2) - Linking to SQL Server Databases
In a system where you store your data solely in Access tables, the Access Database Engine supplies all data retrieval and management functions and handles security, data validation, and enforcement of referential integrity.
SQL Server 2012 : Other PerfMon Log Analysis Tools - Using SQL Server to Analyze PerfMon Logs
Analyzing large quantities of performance logs with SQL Server can be a useful solution when data analysis through other methods could be cumbersome and labor intensive.
SQL Server 2012 : Getting More from Performance Monitor (part 1) - Investigating CPU Problems, Investigating Memory-Related Problems
The availability of CPU cycles to service SQL Server in a timely manner is critical to database server performance. Configuration-based CPU bottlenecks may include max degree of parallelism, the cost threshold of parallelism, and mis-configured CPU hyperthreading.
Active Directory 2008 : Publishing Active Directory Objects (part 1) - Publishing Printers
Exercise 1 walks you through the steps you need to take to share and publish a Printer object by having you create and share a printer. In order to complete the printer installation, you need access to the Windows Server 2008 installation media (via the hard disk, a network share, or the CD-ROM drive).
Microsoft LynServer 2013 : Dependent Services and SQL - Office Web Apps Server
The Office Web Apps Server software can be downloaded directly from the Microsoft site. After the prerequisite software has been installed along with the server certificate, the following procedure is used to install and then configure the Office Web Apps Server
SQL Server 2012 : Performance Monitor Overview (part 5) - Remotely Running PerfMon
Like many server management tools, an instance of PerfMon can be connected to a remote server for remote monitoring. This avoids the need to connect via Remote Desktop and may reduce the overhead of monitoring on the target server.
SQL Server 2012 : Performance Monitor Overview (part 1) - Reliability and Performance Monitor
PerfMon in Windows Server 2008 brings a new look and a new name for the parent snap-in, Reliability and Performance Monitor, although real-time performance monitoring retains the PerfMon name.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Designing a Successful Exchange Storage Solution (part 3) - Selecting the Right Storage Hardware, Storage Validation Using Jetstress
Now we can move on to selecting appropriate hardware for our requirements. There are many aspects to this decision, and the requirements that we have identified so far represent only a few of them.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Designing a Successful Exchange Storage Solution (part 1) - Requirements Gathering
From an Exchange storage design perspective, we are mainly interested in the service level because it drives our high-availability decisions.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Designing a Successful Exchange Storage Solution - Storage Changes in Exchange 2013
Exchange Server 2013 is a major new release and, as such, the Exchange product group invested in the key development areas that were projected to yield the largest benefits to both customers and the teams that run Exchange Online.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 Authentication (part 2) - Configuring a Claims Web Application - Creating a New CBA Application, Configuring an Existing CBA Web Application
The following set of steps demonstrates how to create a new Claims-Based-Authentication aware web application in SharePoint 2013. The steps below demonstrate creating our application via Central Administration.
Exchange Server 2013 Management and Maintenance Practices (part 2) - Remote Connectivity Analyzer
The Remote Connectivity Analyzer (RCA) is also found in the Exchange Toolbox in Exchange Server 2013. The RCA allows administrators to test services from outside their organizations.
The Windows 8 Apps (part 7) - Travel, Video
The Travel app is designed to help you research travel destinations and then book your trip once you’ve decided where to go.
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 : Dependent Services and SQL - Server Certificates - Installing Lync Certificates
Lync Server 2013 provides a wizard for requesting, installing, and assigning certificates. For example, the following procedure is used to create an offline SSL certificate request to be sent to a third-party CA for a Front End Server
 
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- Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Structure to Your Diagrams - Finding containers and lists in Visio (part 2) - Wireframes,Legends
- Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Structure to Your Diagrams - Finding containers and lists in Visio (part 1) - Swimlanes
- Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Structure to Your Diagrams - Formatting and sizing lists
- Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Structure to Your Diagrams - Adding shapes to lists
- Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Structure to Your Diagrams - Sizing containers
- Microsoft Access 2010 : Control Properties and Why to Use Them (part 3) - The Other Properties of a Control
- Microsoft Access 2010 : Control Properties and Why to Use Them (part 2) - The Data Properties of a Control
- Microsoft Access 2010 : Control Properties and Why to Use Them (part 1) - The Format Properties of a Control
- Microsoft Access 2010 : Form Properties and Why Should You Use Them - Working with the Properties Window
- Microsoft Visio 2013 : Using the Organization Chart Wizard with new data
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