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Using the Windows PowerShell in an Exchange Server 2007 Environment : Using EMS to Do Reporting (part 2)
Reports that list user mailbox distribution across all mailbox stores can be helpful to know if the user load is balanced in the organization. The following .ps1 example shows how to produce a report listing the total number of mailbox stores, the number of mailboxes in each store, and the total number of mailboxes.
Using the Windows PowerShell in an Exchange Server 2007 Environment : Using EMS to Do Reporting (part 1) - Generating Largest Mail User Reports
The following example uses PowerShell to list the top 25 largest mailboxes on the specified server, the total number of mail items, and the size of the mailbox. It sorts the list by descending size.
LINQ to SharePoint and SPMetal : Updating Information Using LINQ to SharePoint (part 3) - Resolving Change Conflicts
Alerting users to change conflicts would be pretty pointless if there was no way to resolve the conflicts in question. There are a few approaches that we can take when resolving change conflicts.
LINQ to SharePoint and SPMetal : Updating Information Using LINQ to SharePoint (part 2) - Handling Concurrency Errors when Updating Data
Notice a few significant aspects of this sample code: First, notice the introduction of the DeferredLoadingEnabled property. By default, deferred loading is enabled on a DataContext object. This means that child entities are loaded dynamically if and when they are required.
LINQ to SharePoint and SPMetal : Updating Information Using LINQ to SharePoint (part 1) - Disconnecting Entities , Reconnecting Entities
LINQ provides an efficient, transactional way to update data. Either all modifications made to a given data context are applied or all are rolled back. The update process also supports checking for concurrent updates, allowing for long-running processes to create and hold references to disconnected entity objects without the overhead of maintaining references to heavyweight objects such as SPWeb and SPSite.
Windows Vista : Running BitLocker Full Drive Encryption (part 2) - Relying on Group Policy to manage BitLocker
Several settings support the remote configuration of both components. You would typically apply these settings in order to ensure a consistent BitLocker behavior in your organization. Use the following instructions to do so. You need Group Policy Creation and Modification access rights to do so.
Windows Vista : Running BitLocker Full Drive Encryption (part 1) - Understanding BitLocker requirements
Deploying BitLocker in your environment is not a menial task. In fact, you must seriously consider the need for BitLocker before you put it in place. When in use, BitLocker requires a special encryption key mechanism.
Windows Vista : Using the Encrypting File System (part 4) - Working with EFS - Implementing an EFS recovery solution
Every organization planning to use EFS should devise a proper recovery policy. As seen earlier, recovery policies are used to assign the public keys of designated recovery agents to the data recovery field (DRF) of an encrypted file or folder. This allows the recovery agent to decrypt encrypted data in the event of a key loss or a user reassignment.
Windows Vista : Using the Encrypting File System (part 3) - Working with EFS - Implementing EFS
Begin with the identification of who may be using EFS already. Savvy users can already have enabled standalone EFS on their own. If this happens, then you'll need to use a special approach for them. If you're working on this before anyone uses EFS, then you're lucky.
Windows Vista : Using the Encrypting File System (part 2) - Working with EFS - Identifying potential EFS uses, Preparing the PKI for EFS
The first activity is relatively simple. In most organizations, the only data that is at risk is the data that is in transit inside portable or mobile computers. When the mobile system is lost and data is not protected, then your organization's information can be at risk. In some organizations, however, all data is considered at risk, and therefore all data is encrypted at all time.
Windows Vista : Using the Encrypting File System (part 1) - Understanding EFS, Interacting with EFS and PKI
EFS requires an asymmetric key pair to operate. If a proper PKI is already implemented and the user has a key pair, EFS will use the user's public key to encrypt the FEK.
Installing Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Standard Edition for Small Business (part 4)
If the available space isn’t sufficient, you can change the SQL Server features you want to install, change the installation directory to a drive with more space, or create more free space on the drive by moving other files.
Installing Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Standard Edition for Small Business (part 3)
Use this link to upgrade your existing version of SQL Server. Be sure to first check Upgrade Documentation on the Planning page and verify that your version of SQL Server is directly upgradable to SQL Server 2008 R2.
Installing Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Standard Edition for Small Business (part 2) - Planning
The SQL Server Installation Center provides a wealth of information. All that reading might be daunting at first, but at least 90 percent of a successful installation is in the planning. So the planning page is where we’ll start.
Installing Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Standard Edition for Small Business (part 1)
You have choices when it comes to installing SQL Server 2008 R2, although if you use it to support a particular line-of-business application, the decision might already be made for you.
Windows 7 : Updating Software - How to Install Updates (part 3) - How to Configure Windows Update Using Group Policy Settings
Windows 7 opens MSU files with the Windows Update Standalone Installer (Wusa.exe). To install an update from a script, run the script with administrative privileges, call Wusa and provide the path to the MSU file.
Windows 7 : Updating Software - How to Install Updates (part 2) - How to Install Updates Manually
You can configure automatic updates by using either graphical, interactive tools or by using Group Policy. The sections that follow describe each of these techniques.
Windows 7 : Updating Software - How to Install Updates (part 1) - How to Apply Updates to New Computers
When you deploy new computers, you should deploy them with as many recent updates as possible. Even though Windows 7 immediately checks for updates the first time it starts (rather than waiting for the scheduled automatic update time), it might take hours for Windows to download and install all updates.
Windows 7 : Updating Software - Methods for Deploying Updates - Windows Server Update Services
WSUS is a version of the Microsoft Update service that you can host on your private network. WSUS connects to the Microsoft Update site, downloads information about available updates, and adds them to a list of updates that require administrative approval.
SQL Server 2012 : Creating Tables and Other Objects - Creating Tables (part 2) - Issuing the CREATE TABLE Statement
To create the Store Location table, you also could have used the CREATE TABLE statement. SSMS allows you to generate scripts based on existing objects. Thus, you can generate a CREATE TABLE script for the table you created with the table designer.
SQL Server 2012 : Creating Tables and Other Objects - Creating Tables (part 1) - Creating Tables from the Table Designer
To start adding columns, click the first empty row. Type store_id in the Column Name column, and select int for the data type. Deselect the Allows Nulls check box. Right-click the row, and select Set Primary Key.
SQL Server 2012 : Creating Tables and Other Objects - Transact-SQL (T-SQL) Primer
T-SQL is Microsoft’s version of the Structured Query Language (SQL) programming language. SQL is a declarative programming language, which means that the SQL code describes what information should be returned, or what the end goal is, as opposed to how to go about retrieving information or doing some work.
SQL Server 2012 : Creating Tables and Other Objects - Navigating the Object Explorer Tree
One of the most useful features within a typical SSMS dialog box is the ability to script the actions of a dialog box instead of actually executing the action against the server. For example, launch the New Database dialog box from the Databases node in Object Explorer.
SQL Server 2012 : Creating Tables and Other Objects - Navigating the Object Explorer Tree
You can find SQL Server Management Studio in the Microsoft SQL Server 2012 folder in the Start menu. When this application launches, it will ask you for the server you want to connect to.
Using the Windows PowerShell in an Exchange Server 2007 Environment : Using EMS to Do Administrative Server Tasks
Thus far, most of the examples have been for managing mailbox resources. EMS can also be used to manage the Exchange servers in your environment. The following example shows how to disable a Unified Messaging server.
Using the Windows PowerShell in an Exchange Server 2007 Environment : Using EMS to Do Administrative Mailbox Tasks
The Exchange Management Shell makes common mailbox management tasks such as adding, modifying, moving, and deleting mailboxes simple. The flexibility of EMS allows the administrator to easily perform tasks that would require much more time and labor if done from the Exchange Management Console.
Using the Windows PowerShell in an Exchange Server 2007 Environment : Managing Cmdlets
It is best practice to add the folder(s) that contain the custom cmdlets and scripts to the system path. This allows the administrator to run any one of the cmdlets from anywhere in the EMS console.
Using the Windows PowerShell in an Exchange Server 2007 Environment : Creating Your Own Cmdlet
Exchange Management Console contains many built-in cmdlets. Administrators can create their own cmdlets using a common text editor. In this instance, the cmdlet is a series of commands, usually more than one line, stored in a text file with a .ps1 extension.
PowerShell for Microsoft SharePoint 2010 : Special Operators
Windows PowerShell includes special operators that you can use to perform tasks that cannot be performed by the other operators. Special operators in Windows PowerShell allow you to perform tasks such as dot-sourcing, creating arrays, and more.
PowerShell for Microsoft SharePoint 2010 : Type Operators
In the first example, we check if "Hello" is of the type System.String, which returns True. In the second example, we check if "Hello" is of the type System.Int32, which returns False.
 
 
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