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Sharepoint 2013 : Security and Policy - SharePoint Security Groups (part 2) - Removing Users from a Group, Group Settings and Permissions
The Name and About Me sections of this page contain the name and description of the group. The Group Owner field is a people field that contains the name of the person who created the group and is therefore the owner.
Sharepoint 2013 : Security and Policy - SharePoint Security Groups - Adding Users to a Group
SharePoint security groups are groups of users, defined within a site collection, and assigned permissions to secured objects. Security groups work to make administration of security easier by collecting users in groups according to their access role.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Messaging records management (part 7) - Setting a retention policy on a folder
Default folders such as the Inbox or Sent Items probably come under the control of a folder retention tag included in the retention policy that’s applied to a mailbox.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Messaging records management (part 6) - Customizing retention policies for specific mailboxes, User interaction with retention policies
You can tailor the retention policy for a specific user by assigning personal tags on a per-mailbox basis. You can do this only if a retention policy already applies to the user’s mailbox.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Messaging records management (part 5) - Applying a retention policy to mailboxes
When assigned to a mailbox, the policy becomes active the next time the MFA processes the mailbox. At this point, MFA writes the policy information into the mailbox.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Messaging records management (part 4) - Creating a retention policy
Under the Compliance Management section of EAC, choose Retention Policies and click New (+). You have to name the retention policy and add the set of retention tags that enable the new policy to impose some level of retention compliance on the users to whom you assign the policy.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Messaging records management (part 3) - Naming retention tags, Creating retention tags
Retention policies and tags are managed through the Compliance Management section of EAC. To create a new retention tag, click Retention Tags and then click New (+).
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Messaging records management (part 2) - System tags, Designing a retention policy, Managed Folder Assistant and retention policies
Exchange 2013 supports two types of retention tags: system tags and nonsystem tags. Exchange uses system tags for its own purposes, and they are not shown when you run the Get-RetentionPolicyTag cmdlet unless you specify the –IncludeSystemTags parameter.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Messaging records management (part 1) - Types of retention tags
The type shown in the third column is a value passed to the –Type parameter when you create a new tag with the New-RetentionPolicyTag cmdlet. Exchange uses this value to understand the scope of the items in a user mailbox to which it can apply the tag.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Compliance management - Archive mailboxes (part 3) - The default archive and retention policy , Disabling an archive mailbox
When you enable a personal archive for a mailbox, Exchange assigns a retention policy called Default MRM Policy to the mailbox unless the mailbox has a retention policy already assigned.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Compliance management - Archive mailboxes (part 2) - Updating properties of an archive mailbox
Behind the scenes, EAC calls the Enable-Mailbox cmdlet to enable an archive. These commands first enable the personal archive for a mailbox and then retrieve the properties that Exchange maintains for an archive.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Compliance management - Archive mailboxes (part 1) - Enabling archives
You can enable an archive when you create a new mailbox by clicking the More Options link at the bottom of the screen used to enter new mailbox details. This reveals the check box by which to indicate that an archive should be created alongside the primary mailbox .
Sharepoint 2013 : Business Connectivity Services - Export and Import Models
You can spend an immense amount of time creating Business Connectivity models in development, get them just right, and then want to deploy the model to staging and production. Fortunately, you do not have to repeat the configuration steps again for each deployment—this is where export and import models come in.
Sharepoint 2013 : Business Connectivity Services - User Profile Properties
When it comes to user profiles in SharePoint, I frequently hear the same request: “I’d like to include fields from my HR database in user profiles.” In this section, I shall demonstrate how to set up this process.
Sharepoint 2013 : Business Connectivity Services - Connecting to an OData Source
Business Connectivity Services in SharePoint 2013 can consume OData feeds. SharePoint 2010 required middleware code to integrate OData, whereas users can now create a simple app connector for SharePoint 2013 and integrate external data.
Sharepoint 2013 : Business Connectivity Services - External Data Columns
If you have been playing along at home, you should now have an external content type defined for employees in the Adventure Works SQL database, and an external list that uses the Employee external content type to provide user access to the employees via SharePoint.
Sharepoint 2013 : Business Connectivity Services - External Lists
An external list is a list in SharePoint that connects to a third-party external system, using a predefined external content type. In this section, I shall show you how to create an external list from an external content type and how the list operates within your SharePoint site.
Sharepoint 2013 : Business Connectivity Services - External Content Types
External content types (ECTs) are the linchpin for bridging connectivity between external data sources and SharePoint. Similar to regular content types in SharePoint , external content types represent an entity or classification of an object in your solution.
Sharepoint 2013 : Business Connectivity Services - Configure the Secure Store
Most external data systems require credentials for accessing the contained data. This can pose a problem when you try to access these systems from Business Connectivity Services.
Sharepoint 2013 : Business Connectivity Services - Configuring Business Connectivity Services
Like most architecture components in SharePoint, Business Connectivity Services operates as a service application. In the full server version of SharePoint 2013, Business Connectivity Services makes use of the Secure Store Service.
Sharepoint 2013 : Business Connectivity Services - Overview of Business Connectivity Services
Business Connectivity Services replaces the legacy Business Data Catalog (BDC) from SharePoint 2007. Business Connectivity Services allows administrators to configure external data sources or line of business data connectors from almost any source outside SharePoint 2010/2013.
SQL Server 2012 : Introducing Basic Query Flow - Select Distinct
The first predicate option in the SELECT command is the keyword DISTINCT, which eliminates duplicate rows from the result set of the query. The duplications are based only on the output columns, not the underlying tables. The opposite of DISTINCT is ALL. Because ALL is the default, it is typically not included.
SQL Server 2012 : Ordering the Result Set (part 2) - Specifying the ORDER BY Using Column Aliases, Using the Column Ordinal Position , ORDER BY and Collation
SQL Server's collation order is vital to sorting data. In addition to determining the alphabet, the collation order also determines whether accents, case, and other alphabet properties are considered in the sort order.
SQL Server 2012 : Ordering the Result Set (part 1) - Specifying the ORDER BY Using Column Names, Specifying the ORDER BY Using Expressions
Logically, relational data should always be considered an unordered list. The primary key's purpose is to uniquely identify the row, not sort the table. SQL Server usually returns the data in the order of the primary key (because that's probably the clustered index), but there's no logical guarantee of that order.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Addressing Exchange - The display or Details Templates Editor
Outlook uses detail (otherwise called display) templates to format and display directory information when users view details about objects in the GAL. You can customize the templates to add or remove fields or change the text descriptions (labels) of the fields
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Addressing Exchange - MailTips and group metrics (part 2) - User experience, Custom MailTips
You cannot manipulate the MailTips settings for a mailbox through EAC or EMS, so clients display MailTips according to whatever is available in the UI.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Addressing Exchange - MailTips and group metrics (part 1) - Client interaction, Configuring MailTips
All of us have stories about an unbelievable but all too common mistake we have made with email. Maybe you sent a message to the wrong user containing sensitive or other information that she shouldn’t have received, or maybe you answered a note on which you were blind–carbon copied and caused the original sender trouble when the other recipients realized that you were copied
Sharepoint 2013 : Wikis
A wiki is a web site that allows users to create and edit any number of interlinked pages. Wiki pages typically render as HTML, and users edit text and image content on wiki pages using WYSIWYG (What-you-see-is-what-you-get).
Sharepoint 2013 : Blogs
Long before sites like Facebook and Twitter, blogs (short for weblogs) existed for those people who had something to share with the Internet. Initially, techie and literary folks had blogs and wrote articles for select pockets of readership.
Sharepoint 2013 : Ratings
Like its predecessor, SharePoint 2013 includes ratings. Ratings collect user feedback with star ratings—similar to ratings seen in iTunes and Windows Media Player.
 
 
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