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Windows Server 2012 : Managing virtual machines (part 3) - Optimizing virtual disks
Although both fixed-size and dynamically expanding virtual hard disks are supported in production environments, Microsoft still recommends in Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V that you continue to use fixed-size virtual hard disks to ensure that virtualized workloads on your production hosts do not run out of storage space.
Windows Server 2012 : Managing virtual machines (part 2) - Optimizing network performance
You can use the main page for a virtual network adapter in the virtual machine settings dialog box to enable and configure bandwidth management for the adapter.
Windows Server 2012 : Managing virtual machines (part 1) - Optimizing workload consolidation
By virtualizing your server workloads, however, you might be able to consolidate most—or even all—of your existing physical servers as virtual machines running on a single two-mode failover cluster of Hyper-V hosts.
Sharepoint 2013 : Configuring User Profile Synchronization (part 4) - Writing Back to Active Directory
One-way synchronization from Active Directory to SharePoint is fine, but better is the ability to allow users to update their profile in SharePoint and update the changes back to Active Directory.
Sharepoint 2013 : Configuring User Profile Synchronization (part 3) - Importing User Profiles from Active Directory
This procedure assumes you have completed the steps in the previous section—and thus have a working User Profile Service application, and the User Profile Service and User Profile Sync Service started in SharePoint.
Sharepoint 2013 : Configuring User Profile Synchronization (part 2) - Creating the User Profile Service Application, Starting the Services
The following steps assume that you have completed the steps in the previous section to establish managed service accounts. This is very important; failure to establish correct accounts and permissions affects the steps in this and following subsections
Sharepoint 2013 : Configuring User Profile Synchronization (part 1) - Establishing Managed Accounts
Establishing the correct credentials and configuring the necessary services and service applications under the correct set of credentials is essential to ensuring smooth installation and operation of User Profile Service and Synchronization.
Sharepoint 2013 : A User’s Profile, The User Profile Infrastructure
A user profile is a collection of data about a person. SharePoint synonymizes the term “people” with “users”; therefore, user profiles in SharePoint consist of data about users of the SharePoint platform.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Email address policies (part 4) - Creating email address policies with custom filters
Why would you need to use EMS to create a recipient filter for an email address policy? The need to use EMS probably will not arise very often. The most common reason is that you want to filter based on a property that is not exposed in the EAC user interface (UI).
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Email address policies (part 3) - Focusing on certain recipients by using filters
The most basic form of a recipient filter used with email address policies is that used for the default policy, which sets a scope that tells Exchange to apply the policy to every mail-enabled object in the organization.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Email address policies (part 2) - Creating a new email address policy
Exchange operates quite happily with just the default email address policy in place because the unique alias assigned to each new object ensures that the resulting email address is also unique.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Email address policies (part 1) - Email policy priority
Several email address policies can exist within an organization. All of them generate email addresses for the mail-enabled objects that fall within their scope, and these email addresses are valid for both external and internal communication. Note that email addresses can be generated for accepted domains only.
Using Office applications with SharePoint 2013 : Using SkyDrive Pro with SharePoint, Using Office Web Apps with SharePoint
SkyDrive Pro is part of Office 2013 (Standard or Professional edition) or an Office 365 subscription that includes Office applications. SkyDrive Pro replaces SharePoint Workspace.
Using Office applications with SharePoint 2013 : Using form libraries, Integrating Project with SharePoint
Project can be used to share project plans with team members when integrated with SharePoint. Key features include the ability to create a project plan based on an existing SharePoint task list and dynamically produce task lists for new project plans.
Using Office applications with SharePoint 2013 : Integrating Outlook with SharePoint
The integration of Outlook with SharePoint enhances collaboration and information sharing within your organization. Outlook enables users to access and update content, as well as share information within SharePoint across multiple sites.
Using Office applications with SharePoint 2013 : Integrating OneNote with SharePoint
OneNote and SharePoint enable users to share their notebooks with multiple users within SharePoint, where they can update a notebook’s data in a secure and collaborative environment.
Using Office applications with SharePoint 2013 : Integrating Access with SharePoint - Moving Access data into SharePoint lists
Starting with Windows SharePoint Services 3.0, users were allowed to move away from storing their Access database files on file shares and storing the Access databases in SharePoint libraries, providing ways for users to collaborate with Access databases.
Using Office applications with SharePoint 2013 : Integrating Excel with SharePoint (part 3) - Analyzing SharePoint list data in Excel
Excel makes it possible for users to create a one-way connection to data that resides in a SharePoint list, so that once changes are made to the list, they can be introduced to the Excel spreadsheet automatically.
Using Office applications with SharePoint 2013 : Integrating Excel with SharePoint (part 2) - Importing Excel data into a SharePoint list
The SharePoint import functionality is powerful; however, you should check that all the columns and data within the new SharePoint list are imported as expected.
Using Office applications with SharePoint 2013 : Integrating Excel with SharePoint (part 1) - Sharing a Excel workbook with SharePoint
Excel 2013 remains one of the most used applications in the Office suite, providing business users a flexible tool for collecting tabular data and performing day-to-day business analysis.
SQL Server 2012 : Introducing Basic Query Flow - (0 row(s) affected)Columns, Stars, Aliases, and Expressions
The title of this section may read like a bad tabloid headline, but in all seriousness it means that the SQL SELECT statement returns columns in the order in which you list them in the SELECT statement. The column may be any expression or any column in the FROM clause.
SQL Server 2012 : Introducing Basic Query Flow - WHERE Conditions (part 2) - Using the LIKE Search Condition
The LIKE search condition uses wildcards to search for patterns within a string. The wildcards, however, are different from the MS-DOS wildcards with which you may be familiar.
SQL Server 2012 : Introducing Basic Query Flow - WHERE Conditions (part 1) - Comparing with a List
The WHERE condition can compare the test value against the values in a list using IN, SOME, ANY, or ALL. Each operator can also be mixed with a NOT to reverse the condition.
SQL Server 2012 : Introducing Basic Query Flow - FROM Clause Data Sources
The first logical component of a typical SQL SELECT statement is the FROM clause. In a simple SQL SELECT statement, the FROM clause contains a single table.
SQL Server 2012 : Understanding Query Flow (part 2) - Logical Flow of the Query Statement, Physical Flow of the Query Statement
The best way to think through a SQL DML statement is to walk through the query's logical flow (see Figure 2). Because SQL is a declarative language, the logical flow may or may not be the actual physical flow that SQL Server's query processor uses to execute the query.
SQL Server 2012 : Understanding Query Flow (part 1) - Syntactical Flow of the Query Statement, A Graphical View of the Query Statement
Query Designer offers a graphical method to build a query, whereas Query Editor is an excellent tool for writing SQL code or ad hoc data retrieval because there are no graphics to get in the way, and the developer can work as close to the SQL code as possible.
Windows Server 2012 : Deploying and configuring virtual machines (part 5) - Configuring virtual machine management
If you want to, you can change the name of the virtual machine as displayed in Hyper-V Manager and used with Windows PowerShell cmdlets. Changing the name of the virtual machine does not change the names of the virtual machine’s configuration files and virtual hard disk files, however.
Windows Server 2012 : Deploying and configuring virtual machines (part 4) - Adding and configuring virtual network adapters
You can use the Add Hardware page of the virtual machine settings dialog box in Hyper-V Manager to add new virtual network adapters to your virtual machine.
Windows Server 2012 : Deploying and configuring virtual machines (part 3) - Configuring virtual machines - Adding virtual disks
You can use the IDE Controller 0, IDE Controller 1, and SCSI Controller pages of the virtual machine settings dialog box in Hyper-V Manager to add new virtual disks to a virtual machine.
Windows Server 2012 : Deploying and configuring virtual machines (part 2) - Creating virtual machines
Creating a new virtual machine using Hyper-V Manager is performed in the same way as in previous versions of Windows Server.
 
 
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