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Exchange Server 2010 : Services Provided by the Client Access Server (part 2) - Remote PowerShell, Outlook Web App
One of the new features of Exchange Server 2010 is the ability to remotely connect to the Exchange Management Shell (EMS) and issue commands from another computer.
Exchange Server 2010 : Services Provided by the Client Access Server (part 1) - RPC Client Access, Address Book Service, Mailbox Replication
RPC Client Access is probably the most significant change to the CAS in Exchange Server 2010. This service provides RPC connectivity to Outlook clients, performs data validation, creates a compliance log, and provides the infrastructure for connecting to the archive mailbox.
Exchange Server 2010 : Requirements for the Client Access Server Role
When the Client Access server (CAS) was first introduced in Exchange Server 2007, the hardware requirements were more demanding than its predecessor, the front-end server in Exchange Server 2000/2003.
Sharepoint 2010 : Connecting to BCS Data Using SharePoint Designer (part 4) - External Data Picker Control
This time, when viewing the changes in the edit form, try entering jersey in the product model text box, and then click the button to the immediate right.
Sharepoint 2010 : Connecting to BCS Data Using SharePoint Designer (part 3) - Create an External Content Type - Add a Limit Filter
Now that you’re familiar with the tools used to create external content types, you’re ready to create another external content type for product information. Then we’ll define a parent-child relationship between our new Product content type and our existing Model content type.
Sharepoint 2010 : Connecting to BCS Data Using SharePoint Designer (part 2) - Create an External Content Type - Define SpecificFinder Operation
Now that you understand what BCS is and how the BDC service uses metadata to connect to external systems, you’re ready to put this knowledge into practice by creating an external content type using SharePoint Designer.
Sharepoint 2010 : Connecting to BCS Data Using SharePoint Designer (part 1) - Associations, Stereotypes
In general programming terms, where an object must communicate with other objects of unknown type, a common standard is adopted, either via the implementation of a known interface or via inheritance, which requires that all objects inherit from a common base class.
Sharepoint 2010 : Business Connectivity Services - Business Data Catalog in MOSS 2007
SharePoint 2007 introduced the Business Data Catalog, which existed as a tool to allow line-of-business data to be surfaced within SharePoint web sites. Using a collection of specially designed web parts, it was easy to integrate business data with other content created and managed by SharePoint.
Sharepoint 2013 : Creating List Views - Specify How Folders Will Be Used in a View
You want to choose whether a view should display the folders in a list or library or should display all the documents and list items without folders.
Sharepoint 2013 : Creating List Views - Specify a Different Item Style for a View
You want to change how a view displays items so that the view does not show them in the regular tabular way in which views normally present items.
Sharepoint 2013 : Creating List Views - Specify Totals for a View
You want to include a mathematical calculation on a column in a view. For example, you want the view to show an average of the numbers in a certain column or the total of another.
Sharepoint 2013 : Creating List Views - Specify How Items in a View Are Grouped
SharePoint list views support a feature called grouping that enables you to define a grouping on a column in a list view. For example, grouping contacts by the company to which they belong is a common use of grouping. Grouping documents by the person who created them can be another good idea.
Sharepoint 2013 : Creating List Views - Specify How Items in a View Are Filtered
You want to limit the view so that it shows only items with certain values in certain columns. For example, a common requirement is to display announcements until a certain date, when they then expire.
PowerShell for SharePoint 2013 : Work Management Service (part 2) - Get the Identity of the Work Management Service Application Proxy,Get a Specific Work Management Service Application Proxy Instance
No specific cmdlet exists to get the proxy of a Work Management Service application, so you need to use the Get-SPServiceApplicationProxy cmdlet to display all service application proxies and find the Work Management Service.
PowerShell for SharePoint 2013 : Work Management Service (part 2) - Configure the Search Query Threshold , Configure the User Synchronization Per Server
You can use the -MinimumTimeBetweenSearchQueries cmdlet to configure the minimum amount of time between calls to the Search Service to identify updated or new tasks within task lists.
PowerShell for SharePoint 2013 : Work Management Service (part 1) - Get a Specific Work Management Service Application Instance , Configure the Refresh Threshold
Providing the identity of the Work Management Service Application instance with the Get-SPServiceApplication cmdlet retrieves a specific Work Management Service instance.
Sharepoint 2013 : Creating List Views - Specify How Items in a View Are Sorted
You want to specify how a view should sort the items. For example, in a contacts list, you want it to sort on the Last Name column in ascending order so that Adams is before Brahms. Furthermore, if two people have the same last name, you want them sorted by their first names, so that Anne Adams appears before Brenda Adams.
Sharepoint 2013 : Creating List Views - Specify Columns for a View to Display, Specify the Order of the Columns in a View
When creating or editing a view in a list or library, you want to specify different columns to be displayed to the users in the view. For example, in a contacts list, you want to display the first and last name columns in the view but not the company.
Sharepoint 2013 : Create a Personal or Public View for a List or Library (part 3) - Create a Gantt View
A Gantt view displays items based on date columns—much like the calendar view. However, it shows the items in a Gantt chart, where each item is displayed as if it were a task in a project plan.
Sharepoint 2013 : Create a Personal or Public View for a List or Library (part 2) - Create a Calendar View
Calendar views show information from a list or document library as if this information were events on a calendar. There must be one date column to define as the start date column and one column to define as the end date—the time interval.
Sharepoint 2013 : Create a Personal or Public View for a List or Library (part 1) - Create a Standard View
If you want a standard list view, select the Standard View link. The Create View page that appears enables you to name your view if it is going to be the default view for the list (see Figure 3).
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Distributing Packages - Advertised Programs Client Agent, Troubleshooting ConfigMgr Software Distribution Issues
Several common issues may occur when distributing software in Configuration Manager. There are several recommended best practices to assist with troubleshooting these issues.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Using Distribution Points (part 3) - Branch Distribution Points
A branch distribution point (BDP) is a distribution point on a site system designed to provide distribution point functionality in those locations where a server is not available, such as a small or distributed office.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Using Distribution Points (part 2) - Protected Distribution Points
A protected distribution point (PDP) is a distribution point on a site system configured as a protected site system. You can define protected site systems for distribution points or state migration points.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Using Distribution Points (part 1) - Standard Distribution Points
ConfigMgr deploys software using distribution points. A distribution point (DP) is a server role in ConfigMgr that receives packages for distribution throughout the site. DPs provide local network access to software distributed by ConfigMgr.
Windows Server 2012 : Using Event Viewer for Logging and Debugging (part 5) - Conducting Additional Event Viewer Management Tasks - Customizing the Event Log
The properties of an event log can be configured. In Event Viewer, the properties of a log are defined by general characteristics: log path, current size, date created, when last modified or accessed, maximum size, and what should be done when the maximum log size is reached.
Windows Server 2012 : Using Event Viewer for Logging and Debugging (part 4) - Conducting Additional Event Viewer Management Tasks - Organizing Data, Archiving Events
Occasionally, you might need to archive an event log. Archiving a log copies the contents of the log to a file. Archiving is useful in creating benchmark records for the baseline of a server or for storing a copy of the log so it can be viewed or accessed elsewhere.
Windows Server 2012 : Using Event Viewer for Logging and Debugging (part 3) - Examining the Event Viewer User Interface - Configuring Event Subscriptions
After you define a custom view, you can export it as an XML file, which can then be imported into other systems. Filters can also be written or modified directly in XML; but keep in mind, after a filter has been modified using the XML tab, it can no longer be edited using the GUI described previously.
Windows Server 2012 : Using Event Viewer for Logging and Debugging (part 2) - Examining the Event Viewer User Interface - The Custom Views Folder
Custom views are filters either created automatically by Windows Server 2012 when new server roles or applications such as Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS) and Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) servers are added to the system or manually by administrators.
Windows Server 2012 : Using Event Viewer for Logging and Debugging (part 1)
Event Viewer is the next tool to use when debugging, problem solving, or troubleshooting to resolve a problem with a Windows Server 2012 system.
 
 
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