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Windows Server 2012 : Deploying and configuring virtual machines (part 1) - Planning virtual machine deployment
The first two types of virtual-machine deployments can be performed using the in-box management tools of the Hyper-V role of Windows Server 2012—specifically, the Hyper-V Manager and the Hyper-V module for Windows PowerShell.
Sharepoint 2013 : Manage Tags and Notes
You have added tags on items, documents, and pages. Now you want to find the items you tagged, change whether they are private or public, and maybe remove them. Similarly, you have added notes to the items, and you want to review and manage those notes.
Sharepoint 2013 : Follow Colleagues to See What They Are Posting
Navigate to the Newsfeed page and on the right side of the page, under the I’m Following heading, click on the number of people whom you are following (this number will be 0 if you are not following anyone).
Sharepoint 2013 : Use Microblogging to Let Others Know What You Are Doing or Thinking
You want to use SharePoint Server’s social features to share a thought with everyone in the organization, or just with people who visit a particular site. This can be used to start a conversation, either work related or not.
Sharepoint 2013 : Get Started with Social Features
You want to use SharePoint Server’s social features to manage your colleagues, set your status, microblog, and see the organization hierarchy.
Windows 8 : Working with backup and restoration (part 4) - Two new methods of restoration and recovery
In some instances, cleaning up a computer and removing applications or files that are no longer needed can help improve performance. Microsoft has created Refresh to ease this process.
Windows 8 : Working with backup and restoration (part 3) - Restoring an entire computer, Using System Restore for less invasive troubleshooting
Sometimes, just getting a few files back is not enough to solve a problem. Accidents happen, and the occasional recovery becomes necessary. Using images for backup and recovery has been available as part of Windows since Windows 7.
Windows 8 : Working with backup and restoration (part 2) - Protecting files and data by using File History
Windows 8 has another new feature, File History, to make backing up your personal settings easier than in the past. Its aim is to provide an easy-to-configure tool for backing up your Windows 8 files and data.
Windows 8 : Working with backup and restoration (part 1) - Backing up Windows 8, Creating additional images
Many organizations today have data spread around the globe, from big corporate data centers with various levels of backup and offsite storage to laptops the sales force carry, which might not be backed up regularly, if at all.
Deploying Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Mobility (part 4) - Controlling Functionality with Mobility Policies
Lync Mobile functionality can be controlled using various polices. These policies include configurations targeted at user and server configuration. The user policies are basic, and are used to describe what a user is allowed to do from a mobile device.
Deploying Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Mobility (part 3) - Network and Security Considerations for Mobility, Steps to Enable Mobility
Deploying Mobility Services in Lync Server 2013 is relatively simple. Following the guidance in previous sections, follow the high-level steps that follow to enable Mobility in a Lync Server 2013 environment.
Deploying Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Mobility (part 2) - Federation Requirements for Push Notifications , Reverse Proxy and Hardware Load Balancer Considerations for Mobility
Federation must be configured with the Microsoft Push Notification Clearing House to deliver push notifications to Apple and Microsoft mobile users. In Lync Server 2013, this is done by adding a new hosting provider configuration.
Deploying Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Mobility (part 1) - Certificate and DNS Requirements
The LyncDiscover service will be used by Mobile devices and Lync 2013 desktop clients. To properly support devices that are connected to either the internal corporate network or a public network, both the LyncDiscoverinternal and the LyncDiscover records must be created, and must point to the appropriate IP addresses.
Sharepoint 2010 : Export the Contents of a List to Microsoft Excel
You want to take a snapshot of a SharePoint list and copy its contents to a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, either to analyze the data or to print it using Excel.
Sharepoint 2010 : Use Alerts (part 2) - Create an Alert - Create an Alert on a Library or List
When you set up an alert on a list or library, SharePoint sends you an e-mail or a text message when changes are made to the list or library (that is, when items are added, removed, or changed).
Sharepoint 2010 : Use Alerts (part 1) - Create an Alert - Create an Alert on a File or List Item
Information in sites changes often. Lists and libraries get updated with new items or files, and existing items and files get updated or deleted.
Sharepoint 2010 : Switch List Views in Lists and Libraries (part 2) - Switch to the Quick Edit View
The quick edit view is a special type of view that looks like a spreadsheet. It allows you to copy information from the list to spreadsheet applications or do some calculations on data in the list.
Sharepoint 2010 : Switch List Views in Lists and Libraries (part 1)
Most lists and libraries have different list views that show different columns and apply different sort orders, filters, and styles. Switching to a different list view can help you more easily find information in the list or library.
Sharepoint 2010 : Change Sorting and Filtering of a List or Library
When in a large document library or a list, finding the piece of information you are looking for can be tricky. To help you find what you are after, you might want to sort a specific column differently from its default sorting order or filter a column on a specific value.
Windows Server 2012 : Performance Monitoring (part 12) - Server Manager - Performance Alerts, BPA Results
These alerts display only if a Best Practices Analyzer (BPA) scan has been executed. The alerts are informational, warning, and error. Only errors are alerted on in the default filter.
Windows Server 2012 : Performance Monitoring (part 11) - Server Manager - Manageability Alerts,Services Alerts
Manageability alerts cover the general inability to access and manage a remote server. Figure 15 shows the default filtered selections, which include missing components, unsupported operating systems, concerns with credentials, connectivity concerns, and unknown errors. These filters can be configured differently for each monitored server group.
Windows Server 2012 : Performance Monitoring (part 10) - Server Manager - Dashboard View, Events Alerts
SQL Servers 2012 (based on role and functionality): Because we have monitoring tools capturing additional details on these servers, our Dashboard is filtered for this server group to report on SQL-specific event IDs only within Events (for high-level support when a systems administrator is backing up our SQL administrator).
Windows Server 2012 : Performance Monitoring (part 9) - Related PowerShell Functionality, Server Manager
Without parameters, the Get-Counter cmdlet returns counter data for a default set of system counters. The parameters can be used not only to direct the command to a specific computer but also to specify the required counters.
SQL Server 2012 : ISOLATION LEVELS (part 2) - Repeatable Read, Read Committed
This level is not as strict as serializable, and it does not take out range locks. However, this means that data can be inserted into a set in such a way that the phantom reads scenario can occur.
SQL Server 2012 : ISOLATION LEVELS (part 1) - Serializable
The serializable isolation level is the most pessimistic isolation level in SQL Server. It simply locks everything up to ensure that no side-effects can take place.
SQL Server 2012 : LOCK ESCALATION,DEADLOCKS
When more than 5,000 locks are taken out on the rows or pages of a particular table within a single T-SQL statement, lock escalation is triggered.
SQL Server 2012 : LOCKS (part 5) - Compatibility Matrix
Having looked at the list of lock modes that SQL Server uses, this section considers which of these are compatible with each other — that is, which locks prevent other locks from being taken out, and which ones are allowed.
SQL Server 2012 : LOCKS (part 4) - Lock Modes - Bulk Update Lock Mode
Bulk Update first appeared in SQL Server 2005. It is designed to allow multiple table-level locks on a single heap while using the Bulk API. This is important for parallel loading in data warehousing.
SQL Server 2012 : LOCKS (part 3) - Lock Modes - Conversion Lock Modes
SQL Server also provides the facility to convert shared, update, or exclusive locks to shared with intent exclusive (SIX), shared with intent update (SIU), or update with intent exclusive (UIX).
SQL Server 2012 : LOCKS (part 2) - Lock Modes - Intent Lock Modes
As shown previously in the discussion of lock granularity, SQL Server can grant locks at various levels or degrees of granularity. These levels are used to form a hierarchy within SQL Server.
 
 
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