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SQL Server 2012 : LOCKS (part 1) - Monitoring Locks, Lock Resources
Two main dynamic management views (DMVs) are used to monitor locks: sys.dm_tran_locks and sys.dm_os_wait_stats. The former lists all the locks that have currently been taken, and includes information identifying the lock resource and more, while the latter lists information about how often processes have had to wait when acquiring the various lock types.
Deploying Exchange Server 2013 : Installing cumulative updates and service packs (part 2) - Installing a cumulative update or service pack
A cumulative update or service pack may require additional Windows components. For example, Cumulative Update 1 required the Failover Cluster Command Line Interface component be installed.
Deploying Exchange Server 2013 : Installing cumulative updates and service packs (part 1) - Preparing to install a cumulative update or service pack
Before you run Exchange Setup make sure you read the release notes for the cumulative update or service pack. Also make sure that any server on which you plan to install the cumulative update or service pack meets the system requirements and prerequisites for Exchange Server 2013.
Deploying Exchange Server 2013 : Understanding cumulative updates and service packs
Microsoft has been using cumulative updates and service packs with Exchange Server for some time. Starting with Exchange Server 2007, Microsoft began releasing customer rollup updates instead of individual hotfixes.
Running and modifying Exchange Server 2013 Setup (part 2) -Verifying and completing the installation
You can verify that Exchange Server 2013 installed successfully by running the Get-ExchangeServer cmdlet in Exchange Management Shell. This command displays a list of all Exchange 2013 server roles that are installed on a specified server.
Running and modifying Exchange Server 2013 Setup (part 1) - Installing new Exchange servers,Installing Exchange Server
You can run Exchange Server 2013 only on full installations of Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2012. You cannot install Exchange Server 2013 on a server running in Windows Server Core mode.
Deploying Exchange Server 2013 : Integrating Exchange Server 2013 into existing Exchange organizations (part 2) - Setting the default Offline Address Book, Moving to Exchange Server 2013
A new Offline Address Book (OAB) will be created when you deploy the first Exchange 2013 Mailbox server in an existing Exchange organization. All existing clients that use OAB will see this new OAB by default the next time they perform an OAB update, and they also will perform a full OAB download.
Deploying Exchange Server 2013 : Integrating Exchange Server 2013 into existing Exchange organizations (part 1) - Coexistence and Active Directory
For coexistence with legacy Exchange Server versions, Exchange Server 2013 Cumulative Update 1 (CU1) is the minimum version. Exchange Server 2013 (Release to Manufacturer) RTM doesn’t support legacy Exchange organizations.
Sharepoint 2013 : View a Microsoft InfoPath Form
Form libraries are used to host Microsoft InfoPath forms. In many cases, you will want to open one of the forms in a form library to view its contents.
Sharepoint 2013 : View Properties of a List Item
The list views or web parts might not show all the columns defined in a list. When you’re viewing a list in either a web part on the home page or in one of the list views of that list, you might want to see more details about a list item.
Sharepoint 2013 : View Past Versions of Documents
Some document libraries support versioning, which means that every time a file in the library changes, the old version is stored. Sometimes you might want to view an old version of a document without restoring it to be the current version.
Sharepoint 2013 : Tag an External Site, View Notes to a Document or List Item
You find a site that is useful. However, this site is not hosted in SharePoint, and it’s not even part of your corporate site. You want to be able to find it again using the tagging mechanism.
SQL Server 2012 Security : Database Security (part 4) - Contained Databases
Consider the case where you perform a database backup and restore it on a different server. Upon restoration, you may still need some additional objects in order for your application that is using the database to work properly.
SQL Server 2012 Security : Database Security (part 3) - Flexible Database Roles, Security Functions
If your database consisted of just a couple of users, it would be very easy for you to manage permission for these users directly. However, in the real world, DBAs manage lots of users and, more commonly, many different types of users.
SQL Server 2012 Security : Database Security (part 2) - Fixed Database Roles,Database Permissions
There are two kinds of database roles: fixed and flexible. Fixed roles cannot be deleted and are provided within every database. Table 1 lists fixed database roles.
SQL Server 2012 Security : Database Security (part 1) - Database Users, Schemas
When a database user is created, the user is assigned to a default schema. A schema is a logical collection of database objects. By grouping objects in a schema, a DBA can grant permissions to the schema that in turn would affect all the objects within the schema.
Windows Server 2012 : Performance Monitoring (part 8) - Resource Monitor - Network Tab
The Network tab provides network-related information about processes with Network Activity, Network Activity, TCP Connections and Listening Ports sections.
Windows Server 2012 : Performance Monitoring (part 7) - Resource Monitor - Disk Tab
The Disk tab provides disk-related information about Processes with Disk Activity, Disk Activity, and Storage sections. After taking a look at this tab in Figure 8, let’s review the details behind each section and the information it provides.
Windows Server 2012 : Performance Monitoring (part 6) - Resource Monitor - Processes, Services, Associated Handles, Associated Modules , Memory Tab
The Memory tab provides memory-related information about Processes and Physical Memory sections. After taking a look at this tab in Figure 7, let’s review the details behind each section and the information it provides.
Windows Server 2012 : Performance Monitoring (part 5) - Resource Monitor - Overview Tab , CPU Tab
The Overview tab hosts CPU, disk, network, and memory details and graphs. Of note is that not only is the current information shown, but maximum frequency (CPU) for the system overall and average CPU utilization for each process is listed.
Windows Server 2012 : Performance Monitoring (part 4) - Reports - Creating a User-Defined Report , Viewing Predefined System Reports
The final folder in the Performance Monitor snap-in is Reports. The Reports folder provides diagnostic reports to support administrators in troubleshooting and diagnosing system performance problems including reliability. Reports are viewed in the central details pane of the Performance Monitor snap-in.
Windows Server 2012 : Performance Monitoring (part 3) - Data Collector Sets
The Data Collector Sets subfolder is a vital feature available within the Performance Monitor snap-in. The purpose of a data collector set is to review or log system performance data.
Windows Server 2012 : Performance Monitoring (part 2) - Adding Counters with Performance Monitor
The counters can be added simply by using the menu bar. The Counter button on the toolbar includes Add, Delete, and Highlight. You can use the Add Counter button to display new counters.
Windows Server 2012 : Performance Monitoring (part 1) - Performance Monitor Overview
The first area of interest in the Performance Monitor snap-in is the Overview of Performance Monitor screen, also known as the Performance icon. It is displayed as the home page in the central details pane when the Performance Monitor tool is invoked.
Sharepoint 2013 : Using Office applications with SharePoint - Editing documents in Office (part 7) - Managing versions of a file from within Word, PowerPoint, Excel, or Visio
On the Backstage view Info tab, to the right of Manage Versions, is a list of versions. The Manage Versions menu allows you to manage versions of a file. The options available on this menu are dependent on the Office application used. Figure 8 displays the Manage Versions menu in Word.
Sharepoint 2013 : Using Office applications with SharePoint - Editing documents in Office (part 6) - Coauthoring with SharePoint 2013
You can use the coauthoring feature in SharePoint 2010, SharePoint 2013, or Office 365 to enable multiple users to work on a document, at any time, without interfering with each other’s changes.
Sharepoint 2013 : Using Office applications with SharePoint - Editing documents in Office (part 5) - Checking in a file from within Word, PowerPoint, Excel, or Visio
When you use an Office application to open a document that is checked out in a library, from within the Office application, you can check the document in. Use the following procedure in Word, PowerPoint, or Excel to check in a document to SharePoint.
Sharepoint 2013 : Using Office applications with SharePoint - Editing documents in Office (part 4) - Editing a file that is configured as Check Out Required
In Word 2007, Excel 2007, or PowerPoint 2007 and later, you will see a warning message at the top of the document as shown in Figure 3, stating that you have to check out the file in order to edit it.
Sharepoint 2013 : Using Office applications with SharePoint - Editing documents in Office (part 3) - Checking out a file from within Word, PowerPoint,Excel, Visio
The content of the file is displayed. If you return to the Backstage view, you will see a new section, Checked Out Document, added above the Protect Document section on the Info tab, that allows you to check in the file or discard the check out to undo the previous checkout.
Sharepoint 2013 : Using Office applications with SharePoint - Editing documents in Office (part 2) - Checking out a file with the browser
When you check out a file from a library, you cannot use the coauthoring functionality. By checking out a file for your exclusive use, it is only editable by one person: you.
 
 
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