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Windows Server 2012 : Deploying and managing print servers (part 3) - Managing print servers,Managing printer drivers
Before you go looking for updated printer drivers on the vendor’s website, try clicking Windows Update on the Printer Driver Selection page of the Add Printer Device Wizard. Doing this will update the list of printer drivers available for installation from your print server’s driver store.
Windows Server 2012 : Deploying and managing print servers (part 2) - Managing printers using Print Management - Launching Print Management
Installing the Print And Document Services role and its role management tools results in a new page called Print Services being added to Server Manager.
Windows Server 2012 : Deploying and managing print servers (part 1) - Deploying print servers
When you configure a remote server as a print server, you don’t need to install the management tools for the Print And Document Services role on the remote server if you plan on administering all the print servers in your environment from a central location.
Sharepoint 2013 : Authoring Pages - Edit the Properties of a Page (part 2) - Edit Properties of a Publishing Page
The properties page for the page opens (see Figure 4). This page allows you to change all the properties set for the page, just as if you were editing a file. You can edit the page’s content type, title, and other properties that might be required for that type of page (depending on the selected content type).
Sharepoint 2013 : Authoring Pages - Edit the Properties of a Page (part 1) - Edit Properties of a Wiki Page, Edit Properties of a Web Part Page
A wiki page by default does not have any properties except for the filename, which is also shown as the page’s title. Selecting a good filename for a wiki page is important because renaming the page breaks links to it.
Sharepoint 2013 : Authoring Pages - Create a New Page (part 3) - Create a New Wiki Page, Create a New Web Part Page
When you choose the Web Part Page option via the New Document button in a Site pages library, you are redirected to the New Web Part Page dialog. In this page you must choose a name for the file that will be created for the page.
Sharepoint 2013 : Authoring Pages - Create a New Page (part 2) - The Differences Between Different Types of Pages
As explained before, the Add a Page option in the site settings menu creates different types of pages depending on the configuration of the site. Typically, a team site creates a blank wiki page allowing you to freely type text and add web parts to the body of the page as required .
Sharepoint 2013 : Authoring Pages - Create a New Page (part 1)
You add pages to SharePoint sites by creating new pages in document libraries or new wiki pages in wiki page libraries. In most sites, the option to create a new page is shown under the Site Settings menu as Add a Page (see Figure 1).
Sharepoint 2013 : Manage Newsfeed Settings,Use SkyDrive Pro to Share a Document
You want to change the settings of your newsfeed, so that on certain events—for example, someone mentioning you in a microblogging update—you get notified by email.
Sharepoint 2013 : View Sites You Are Following, Edit Your Details
In most SharePoint environments the Sites link is at the top of the page. This link redirects you to a page in your personal site that shows you the list of sites you are following and suggestions of sites you might want to follow, as shown in Figure 1.
Windows Phone 8 : Accessing Email Settings and Configuring Accounts (part 7) - Removing Mail Accounts
If you no longer need mobile access to a mail account, you can easily remove the account without affecting any of the other mail accounts that might be set up on the phone.
Windows Phone 8 : Accessing Email Settings and Configuring Accounts (part 6) - Setting Up POP3/IMAP4 Messaging
If you need to connect Windows Phone 8 to a mail system other than Microsoft, Exchange Server, Yahoo!, or Gmail, you can do so by using a POP3/IMAP4 account.
Windows Phone 8 : Accessing Email Settings and Configuring Accounts (part 5) - Connecting to Google Mail
Windows Phone 8 offers native support for Google Mail (Gmail). To link the phone to your Gmail account, go to the Email+Accounts screen and complete these steps
Windows Phone 8 : Accessing Email Settings and Configuring Accounts (part 4) - Connecting to Yahoo Mail
Windows Phone 8 includes native support for Yahoo! Mail. To link the phone to your Yahoo! account, go to the Email+Accounts screen and complete these steps
Windows Phone 8 : Accessing Email Settings and Configuring Accounts (part 3) - Setting Up Exchange Email - Advanced Exchange Server Connectivity
The connectivity can be used only for connecting to a supported version of Exchange and only if the Exchange Server organization is configured to support automatic configuration.
Windows Phone 8 : Accessing Email Settings and Configuring Accounts (part 2) - Setting Up Exchange Email - Simplified Exchange Server Connectivity
If you have an Exchange Server 2007, 2010, or 2013 that supports automatic configuration for external clients, you can use the simplified connectivity method.
Windows Phone 8 : Accessing Email Settings and Configuring Accounts (part 1) - Connecting Your Microsoft Account
Regardless of whether you use Microsoft’s Outlook.com email service (or Live or Hotmail), you should configure your phone to use a Microsoft account. Microsoft accounts are required for using a number of the phone’s features, such as backups and Find My Phone.
Sharepoint 2013 : Overview of The Client-Side Object Model and Rest APIs - WINDOWS PHONE (part 2) - Querying
The only major difference between the Windows Phone CSOM and the Managed CSOM that you will not be familiar with from previous releases is in how you set up authentication. This step is required prior to making any CSOM calls.
Sharepoint 2013 : Overview of The Client-Side Object Model and Rest APIs - WINDOWS PHONE (part 1) - Setup
SharePoint does not support being run on a Windows 7, Windows 8, or Vista operating system. If you don’t have access to another machine running SharePoint 2013 then a good option is to sign up for Office 365.
Sharepoint 2013 : Overview of The Client-Side Object Model and Rest APIs - JAVASCRIPT (part 3) - Using the JavaScript Client-Side Object Model in a SharePoint-Hosted App Using Napa for Office 365
In this exercise you create a SharePoint application using only JavaScript and the Napa Office 365 development tools. You must have the Napa application installed from the Office 365 marketplace prior to starting this exercise.
Sharepoint 2013 : Overview of The Client-Side Object Model and Rest APIs - JAVASCRIPT (part 2) - Querying
Similarly to the Managed CSOM, the JS CSOM also includes built-in batching and filtering. These features are especially important in client applications where the browser executing the code is always remote and often on an unknown quality of connection.
Sharepoint 2013 : Overview of The Client-Side Object Model and Rest APIs - JAVASCRIPT (part 1) - Setup
By default, pages that run within the context of SharePoint typically have the appropriate JavaScript references already defined in the master page. This means you shouldn’t need to reference them in each page of your application.
Active Directory 2008 Optimization and Reliability : Monitoring and Troubleshooting Active Directory Components (part 4) - The Event Viewer
The Event Viewer is also useful for monitoring Active Directory information. Specifically, you can use the Directory Service log to view any information, warnings, or alerts related to the proper functioning of the directory services.
Active Directory 2008 Optimization and Reliability : Monitoring and Troubleshooting Active Directory Components (part 3) - The Network Monitor, The Task Manager
Although Performance Monitor is a great tool for viewing overall network performance statistics, it isn't equipped for packet-level analysis and doesn't give you much insight into what types of network traffic are traveling on the wire.
Active Directory 2008 Optimization and Reliability : Monitoring and Troubleshooting Active Directory Components (part 2) - Monitoring Active Directory Performance with Performance Monitor
As you may have already guessed, the Windows Server 2008 operating system automatically tracks many performance statistics that are related to Active Directory.
Active Directory 2008 Optimization and Reliability : Monitoring and Troubleshooting Active Directory Components (part 1) - Monitoring Domain Controller Performance
When you're deciding to monitor performance, you should carefully determine which statistics will be most useful. For example, if you're measuring the performance of a database server, CPU time and memory may be the most important. However
Sharepoint 2013 : Overview of The Client-Side Object Model and Rest APIs - MANAGED CODE (.NET)
In SharePoint 2010 Microsoft provided a version of the managed code CSOM for developers of .NET applications. This library has been rebuilt for SharePoint 2013 and is provided as part of the SharePoint installation.
Sharepoint 2013 : Overview of The Client-Side Object Model and Rest APIs - CLIENT-SIDE OBJECT MODEL (CSOM) BASICS
This model provided developers with the ability to access some functionality of SharePoint from remote code applications. For example, a Silverlight application running on a Web page could call back into SharePoint and retrieve data, or another system written in a .NET language could do the same.
Windows Server 2012 : Managing virtual machines (part 5) - Monitoring virtual machines
Although the best tools for monitoring virtual machines running on Hyper-V hosts are those of the System Center family of products, you can monitor certain aspects of virtual machines using Hyper-V Manager or Windows PowerShell.
Windows Server 2012 : Managing virtual machines (part 4) - Managing snapshots
Performing snapshots on virtual machines is not recommended in production environments. Snapshots are commonly used in test and development environments, however, so it’s important to be able to manage them properly.
 
 
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