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Sharepoint 2013 : Using Office applications with SharePoint - Editing documents in Office (part 1) - Opening and saving files in SharePoint libraries
SharePoint and Windows offer several ways to save content directly into SharePoint. The File Open and File Save As dialog boxes are the most popular and well-known options for saving content, and they will continue to be the most popular methods to save content directly in SharePoint.
Sharepoint 2013 : Tag a Document, List Item, or Page
You find that a specific document, list item, or page is useful to you, and you want to be able to mark it so that you can easily find it in the future. You might also want to share this mark with other people.
Sharepoint 2013 : Send a Link to a File or a Library by E-mail
When viewing a document library, you might want to select a single file in that library and send a link to someone via e-mail.
Windows Phone 8 : Background File Transfer Sample Code - Restoring the Local Database
Restoring the local database involves submitting a background transfer request to download the previously uploaded file from the server. The file is downloaded to a temporary location in isolated storage, the existing local database is disconnected, and its file is replaced.
Windows Phone 8 : Background File Transfer Sample Code - TodoListViewModel, Backing Up the Local Database
To transfer the local database to the server, it must first be copied to a directory in isolated storage. This prevents the file from being modified by the SQL CE engine while the transfer is under way
Windows Phone 8 : Background File Transfer Sample Code - Retrieving the User’s Windows Live Anonymous ID
To associate a database file on the server with the user of the device, the app retrieves the user’s Windows Live anonymous ID from the Microsoft.Phone.Info.UserExtendedProperties class.
Windows Phone 8 : Background File Transfer Sample Code - Using URL Rerouting with a WCF Service
Within the BackgroundAgents solution in the downloadable sample code is a project named WPUnleashed.BackgroundAgents.Web. This project exposes a WCF service named BackupService, which allows the phone app to save files to the Backups directory on the server by way of its SaveFile method
Windows Phone 8 : Performing Background File Transfers - Background Transfer Requests
Transfer requests are represented by the BackgroundTransferRequest class. The BackgroundTransferService maintains a queue of background requests and is used to submit new background requests, remove requests from the queue, and retrieve active requests.
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 : Lync Server 2013 Mobility Technical Review - Push Notifications
The push notification process involves many Lync Server components. Figure 1 provides an overview of the push notification process when an internal Lync user sends an instant message to a user on a mobile device.
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 : Lync Server 2013 Mobility Technical Review - Sign-In
The sign-in process is a very involved process, especially with the new LyncDiscover and Mobility Services. The following list provides each step of the LyncDiscover process.
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 : Lync Server 2013 Mobility Technical Review - Understanding the LyncDiscover Service, Understanding the Mobility Service
When the mobile clients were introduced in Lync 2010, a new client architecture was also introduced. Lync desktop clients communicate with Front End and Edge Servers using the SIP protocol.
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 : Mobile Clients Overview
The Lync Server 2010 mobile experience introduced IM/Presence and Enterprise Voice functionality to end users. Additionally, iPad devices are capable of consuming PowerPoint content in Web Conferences.
Active Directory 2008 Optimization and Reliability : Saving and Analyzing Data with Performance Logs and Alerts
One of the most important aspects of monitoring performance is that it should be done over a given period of time (referred to as a baseline). So far, we have discussed how you can use Performance Monitor to view statistics in real time.
Active Directory 2008 Optimization and Reliability : Using Windows Server 2008 Performance Tools (part 3) - Managing Performance Monitor Properties
You can specify additional settings for viewing performance information within the properties of Performance Monitor. You can access these options by clicking the Properties button in the taskbar or by right-clicking Performance Monitor display and selecting Properties.
Active Directory 2008 Optimization and Reliability : Using Windows Server 2008 Performance Tools (part 2) - Viewing Performance Information
The Windows Server 2008 Performance Monitor was designed to show information in a clear and easy-to-understand format. Performance objects, counters, and instances may be displayed in each of three views.
Active Directory 2008 Optimization and Reliability : Using Windows Server 2008 Performance Tools (part 1) - Deciding What to Monitor
The first step in monitoring performance is to decide what you want to monitor. In Windows Server 2008, the operating system and related services include hundreds of performance statistics that you can track easily.
Active Directory 2008 Optimization and Reliability : Overview of Windows Server 2008 Performance Monitoring
The first step in any performance optimization strategy is to accurately and consistently measure performance. The insight that you'll gain from monitoring factors such as network and system utilization, will be extremely useful when you go to measure the effects of any changes.
Deploying Exchange Server 2013 : Integrating Exchange server roles with Active Directory
Exchange Server 2013 makes extensive use of Active Directory. Each Exchange server must access Active Directory to retrieve information about recipients and other Exchange server roles.
Deploying Exchange Server 2013 : Exchange Server messaging roles (part 4) - Deploying Transport services: The essentials
The Transport service on Mailbox servers and the Edge Transport role perform similar tasks. You use both for messaging routing, and both have a similar set of filters to protect an organization from spam and viruses.
Deploying Exchange Server 2013 : Exchange Server messaging roles (part 3) - Deploying Client Access servers: The essentials
With Exchange 2010, the underlying functionality of a Client Access server was similar to that of an application server that made extensive use of Web services
Deploying Exchange Server 2013 : Exchange Server messaging roles (part 2) - Deploying Mailbox servers: The essentials
The underlying functionality of a Mailbox server is similar to that of a database server. Every mailbox-enabled recipient defined in the organization has a mailbox that is used to store messaging data.
Deploying Exchange Server 2013 : Exchange Server messaging roles (part 1) - Understanding Exchange Server messaging roles
On-premises implementations of Exchange Server have three layers in their architecture: a network layer, directory layer, and messaging layer. The messaging layer is where you define and deploy the Exchange Server roles.
Getting started with SharePoint 2013 sites : Saving a site as a template
After you create a site and set it up the way you want it, you might decide to use it as a template for sites that you create in the future. By saving your newly created site as a template, you can make deploying sites like it much easier because you don’t need to re-create them manually.
Getting started with SharePoint 2013 sites : Editing publishing site navigation
If your administrative staff has activated the SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure feature on your root site collection, you have advanced options for changing your site navigation structure that can also be inherited by subsites.
Getting started with SharePoint 2013 sites : Editing the Top Link bar on a nonpublishing site
As with the Quick Launch menu on nonpublishing sites, you can also edit the list of linked sites that appears horizontally across the top of your site. This option is only available on sites for which your technical staff has not activated the SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure feature.
Getting started with SharePoint 2013 sites : Editing the Quick Launch bar on a nonpublishing site
On nonpublishing sites (sites for which your technical staff have not activated the SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure feature), on the Site Settings page, you can edit the Quick Launch bar and Top Link bar separately.
Windows Server 2012 : Access virtually anywhere, from any device (part 6) - User-Device Affinity, Branch Office Direct Printing
Branch Office Direct Printing is a new feature of Windows Server 2012 that enables print jobs from a branch office to be redirected to local printers without the requirement of first having them sent to a print server on the network.
Windows Server 2012 : Access virtually anywhere, from any device (part 5) - Simplified VDI deployment - Deploying VDI
To see simplified VDI deployment at work, let’s walk through the initial steps of deploying a Quick Start VDI deployment. Begin by starting the Add Roles And Features Wizard from Server Manager.
Windows Server 2012 : Access virtually anywhere, from any device (part 4) - Simplified VDI deployment - RDS enhancements, Virtual desktops and collections
A virtual desktop is a virtual machine running on a Hyper-V host that users can connect to remotely using RDS. A collection consists of one or more virtual desktops used in a VDI deployment scenario.
Windows Server 2012 : Access virtually anywhere, from any device (part 3) - Unified remote access - Configuring and managing remote access
Deploying the Remote Access server role also installs some tools for configuring and managing remote access in your environment.
 
 
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