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Windows 8 : Managing Internet Explorer - Understanding and configuring browser security settings (part 3) - Adding trusted sites to Internet Explorer
Although Internet Explorer 10 contains a number of features intended to protect users from Internet-based threats delivered through the web, these protections can sometimes get in the way of productivity.
Windows 8 : Managing Internet Explorer - Understanding and configuring browser security settings (part 2) - Disabling Protected Mode
Although Protected Mode remains an important tool in the security arsenal, it does have the potential to disrupt productivity. Therefore, it’s possible for you to disable this security feature on a zone-by-zone basis.
Windows 8 : Managing Internet Explorer - Understanding and configuring browser security settings (part 1) - Using Enhanced Protected Mode
Internet Explorer Protected Mode was originally introduced in Internet Explorer 7 and implements a policy based on the principle of least privilege.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Mailbox management - Reconnecting mailboxes
When Exchange disconnects a mailbox after running either the Disable-Mailbox or Remove-Mailbox cmdlet, it stamps the current date and time in the mailbox’s DisconnectDate property.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Mailbox management - Removing or disabling mailboxes
Mailboxes don’t last forever, and eventually you will want to remove some from Exchange, usually after users leave the company.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Mailbox management - Setting mailbox quotas
Mailbox quotas vary enormously from deployment to deployment and should reflect the need users have for email to support their work.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Mailbox management - Mailbox resources provisioning management agent
Exchange includes a mailbox resources provisioning management agent whose purpose is to assign new mailboxes to available databases. This agent is one of the standard set of cmdlet extension agents.
Windows 8 : Configuring Internet Explorer 10 (part 4) - Managing Internet Explorer settings by using Group Policy
The problems and solutions you’ve seen thus far have all focused on how to make changes at the desktop level. In an enterprise environment, performing work at the desktop level is inefficient because there are often dozens, hundreds, or thousands of computers to manage.
Windows 8 : Configuring Internet Explorer 10 (part 3) - Controlling Internet Explorer Start screen tile behavior, Configuring Internet Explorer 10
By default, when you open those web links, they open in the touch-optimized Internet Explorer. As discussed previously, you might want to provide your organization with a consistent web browsing experience by adopting one variation of Internet Explorer.
Windows 8 : Configuring Internet Explorer 10 (part 2) - Configuring the startup Internet Explorer
Many people add third-party web browsers such as Firefox, Chrome, and Opera to their systems. In Windows 8, if you install a third-party browser and set it as the default, the touch-optimized Internet Explorer is disabled.
Windows 8 : Configuring Internet Explorer 10 (part 1) - Managing two Internet Explorer experiences
Perhaps the biggest change in this newest version of Internet Explorer is that Internet Explorer 10, although a single product in Windows 8, actually operates in two variations, depending on the location from which you launch the web browser.
Windows Server 2012 : Administering Active Directory objects using ADAC (part 4) - Common administration tasks - Creating users
A second example of common Active Directory management tasks you can perform using ADAC is creating new user accounts and managing existing user accounts.
Windows Server 2012 : Administering Active Directory objects using ADAC (part 3) - Common administration tasks - Creating organizational units
One of the benefits of using ADAC list view is that you can customize this view by adding nodes representing Active Directory containers you frequently need to access to perform administration tasks on the objects in those containers.
Windows Server 2012 : Administering Active Directory objects using ADAC (part 2) - Searching Active Directory
Although using ADAC to browse the hierarchy of containers within Active Directory is one way of locating the objects you need to administer, a more efficient method is to use the query-building search and filtering capabilities that are built into ADAC.
Windows Server 2012 : Administering Active Directory objects using ADAC (part 1) - Overview of ADAC
ADAC was first introduced in Windows Server 2008 R2 as a tool for managing directory objects, such as users, groups, computers, organizational units, and domains.
Windows Server 2012 : Managing print servers using Windows PowerShell (part 2) - Managing printers, printer drivers, and print jobs
You can use Windows PowerShell not only to view information about printers, printer drivers, and print jobs on remote print servers but also to manage printers, print drivers, and print jobs.
Windows Server 2012 : Managing print servers using Windows PowerShell (part 1) - Viewing information about printers, printer drivers, and print jobs
Windows Server 2012 includes a new Windows PowerShell module called PrintManagement that contains cmdlets you can use for viewing and managing printers, printer drivers, and print jobs.
Windows 8 : System Protection and Recovery - Advanced recovery and restoration options
Windows 8 Recovery Environment is an excellent set of troubleshooting tools that can provide efficient solutions to help a client computer function again. For example, a user from the marketing department opens a support ticket because her computer is “acting up.”
Windows 8 : System Protection and Recovery - Advanced settings and features for Windows recovery
The Microsoft Configuration utility (MSConfig), shown in Figure 1, has been included in several versions of the Windows operating system. It helps you work through problems with services or applications that do not start properly, and it helps you remove items from the startup menu to ease the troubleshooting process.
Sharepoint 2013 : Managing an Office 365 SharePoint Site - Create a New Public Site Collection
To create an Internet site, navigate to the SharePoint Admin Center page and click the New button in the ribbon to open the drop-down menu . In this menu, choose Public Site.
Sharepoint 2013 : Managing an Office 365 SharePoint Site - Create a New Private Site Collection
To create a private site, navigate to the SharePoint Admin Center page and click the New button in the ribbon to open the drop-down menu shown in Figure 1.
Sharepoint 2013 : Managing an Office 365 SharePoint Site - Sign In to Office 365 SharePoint Administrator Console
To get to the administrator console, use the link provided to you by the Office 365 provider (which differs in each country).
Sharepoint 2013 : Authoring Pages - Discard the Check-out of a Page, Compare Versions of a Page
The option to discard a check-out is available only when the page is in a document library that tracks versions and requires a check-out, such as in publishing websites. Pages that are not in such document libraries do not give you the option, and any change you make is saved; therefore, you must manually roll it back.
Sharepoint 2013 : Authoring Pages - Publish a Page
Publishing can be accomplished from the document library itself, just like publishing any other file that is in a document library . You check in the page and then publish it, going through any approval process that might be required.
Sharepoint 2013 : Authoring Pages - Reuse a Web Part
To save the web part and use it again, you must export the web part and then import it to the other page. The following sections explain how to export a web part and then import it to another page.
Sharepoint 2013 : Authoring Pages - Modify a Web Part
The following sections explain how to get a web part into editing mode. These sections discuss some of the common settings you can modify for a web part in each mode, such as modifying the web part’s title, its display settings, and the web part’s position on the page.
Sharepoint 2013 : Authoring Pages - Use Built-in Web Parts (part 3) - Use the Content Query Web Part in SharePoint Server
The Content Query web part is one of the most useful web parts. You use it to display information in the current site or in other sites in the current site collection, based on a query.
Sharepoint 2013 : Authoring Pages - Use Built-in Web Parts (part 2) - Use the Media Web Part in SharePoint Server
You use the Media web part to either display a video or play an audio file in a page. You can find the Media web part under the Media and Content category in the web part selection pane.
Sharepoint 2013 : Authoring Pages - Use Built-in Web Parts (part 1) - Use the App Part Web Part, Use the Image Viewer Web Part
The following sections explain some of the choices you have when adding a web part to a page. Although you can choose from many more web parts, the ones described here are the most common ones.
Sharepoint 2013 : Authoring Pages - Add a Web Part or an App
Some pages enable you to add web parts to them. To add a web part to a page, you first need to decide where on the page you want it. Depending on the type of page, there might be several web part zones you can add web parts to, or you might have the option to add a web part to a text control in the page.
 
 
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