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Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Planning for Deploying External Services - High Availability
When adding high availability to a Lync Server Edge Server deployment, an organization must make a decision about how it will provide load-balancing features. The only options available for load-balancing Edge Servers are to use DNS-based load-balancing or to leverage a hardware load-balancing solution.
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Planning for Deploying External Services - Firewall Configuration (part 2)
This section provides a comprehensive list of the firewall rules involved in Edge Server deployments and what features require each of the ports. It also discusses which direction the connections take so that the appropriate ports can be opened inbound or outbound. In some scenarios, the Edge Server initiates the outbound connection to external destinations.
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Planning for Deploying External Services - Firewall Configuration (part 1)
A three-legged firewall approach can be used when it is not feasible to have two physically separate firewall devices separating traffic from the different network segments.
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Planning for Deploying External Services - Edge Server Considerations
When planning for Edge services it is important to realize that the remote access features touch many different facets of Lync Server. The remote access features allows endpoints to sign in to Lync Server across the Internet. Keep in mind that to support any of the web conferencing or A/V features across the Internet, remote access must be configured.
Microsoft Dynamic GP 2010 : Receivables Management (part 4) - Sales e-mail settings, Customers
To set up e-mail options for the customer, click on the E-mail button at the bottom of the Customer Maintenance window. This will open the Customer E-mail Options window where you can decide on Attachment Options and Size, enable what Forms (documents) can be e-mailed to this customer, and choose a Format for each.
Microsoft Dynamic GP 2010 : Receivables Management (part 3) - Customer classes
Some accounts may never be used for your Dynamics GP implementation, for example, if you are not tracking discounts available in the GL, there is no reason to set up a Terms Discounts Available account. However, it is recommended to fill in as many accounts as may be used on transactions to save time and effort during transaction entry.
Microsoft Dynamic GP 2010 : Receivables Management (part 2) - Receivables Setup Options, Sales Territories, Salespeople
The Date of Last section is strictly informational, no changes to the system will occur if these dates are changed. These dates are updated when processes such as aging customer accounts and accessing finance charges are performed in Dynamics GP.
Microsoft Dynamic GP 2010 : Receivables Management (part 1) - Receivables Management Setup
Note that all the passwords will be stored in plain text, so if a user should not know the passwords, they should be restricted access to this window.
Microsoft Dynamic GP 2010 : Payables Management (part 3) - Purchasing E-mail setup, Vendors
The final step before you can enter payables transactions in Dynamics GP is creating vendors. If you have many vendors to create, you may opt to import them; however, it is still helpful to understand how to set up new vendors manually when planning your import.
Microsoft Dynamic GP 2010 : Payables Management (part 2) - Payables Setup Options, Vendor classes
It may be useful to know that the User-Defined 1 field is available as a filter on the Payables Trial Balance reports. So if you need another filter for reports consider using this. User-Defined 2 is not available as a report filter.
Microsoft Dynamic GP 2010 : Payables Management (part 1) - Payables Management Setup
The Payables Management module is commonly referred to as Payables, Accounts Payable, or AP. As it is part of the Purchasing series in Dynamics GP, the menu options for AP will start with Purchasing. All the SQL Server tables for the Payables Management module begin with PM, so you may also sometimes see it referred to as PM.
Microsoft Dynamic GP 2010 : Bank Reconciliation
The Bank Reconciliation module is also sometimes referred to as Bank Rec or Cash Management and it is part of the Financial series in Dynamics GP. The menu choices for Bank Reconciliation will start with Financial, while the SQL tables will start with CM. Setup for the Bank Reconciliation module consists of two steps—setting up Checkbooks and Bank Reconciliation Setup.
Microsoft Dynamic GP 2010 : General Ledger
The General Ledger (GL) module is part of the Financial series in Dynamics GP and the menu choices for it will start with Financial. The SQL tables for the General Ledger module will begin with GL.
Using Non-Windows Systems to Access Exchange Server 2007 : Mac OS X Mail
With the release of OS X, users of Macintosh computers can use the built-in OS X Mail client that provides support for email access and synchronization of email messages, address book information, and calendar information.
Using Non-Windows Systems to Access Exchange Server 2007 : Outlook Express
A common client used by many users to access Exchange from a non-Windows perspective has been the use of the Outlook Express client shown in Figure 1.
Using Non-Windows Systems to Access Exchange Server 2007 : Understanding Non-Windows–Based Mail Client Options
In most enterprise network environments today, the need to support non-Microsoft Windows client operating systems is almost guaranteed; administrators must plan and support alternative means of access to Exchange mail information.
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 : The Application Integration Framework (part 8) - Consuming Web Services from Dynamics AX
Web services are a popular and well-understood way of integrating applications that are deployed within an enterprise’s perimeter, or intranet. Examples of such applications include enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications, CRM applications, productivity applications such as Microsoft Office, and so on.
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 : The Application Integration Framework (part 7) - Sending One-Way Requests from Dynamics AX
In many scenarios, receiving a response or an error message from the consuming application isn’t required. An acknowledgment that the message has successfully been delivered to the next hop in a chain of reliable transport links can be sufficient. Messages that are transmitted without a synchronous end-to-end feedback channel for response or error messages are referred to as one-way messages.
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 : The Application Integration Framework (part 6) - Working with Document Services - Consuming Dynamics AX Services
By consuming published Dynamics AX services, service clients can leverage business functionality that is implemented in Dynamics AX. For instance, they can consume the SalesOrderService to manage sales orders in Dynamics AX—to create, read, update, delete, and find them.
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 : The Application Integration Framework (part 5) - Working with Document Services - Publishing Dynamics AX Services, Configuring Dynamics AX Services
You have now created and customized your service; however, external applications can’t yet consume it. To allow external applications to consume your service, you need to publish it.
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 : The Application Integration Framework (part 4) - Working with Document Services - Customizing Document Services
In many cases, you need to customize the document services that have been generated from a query or that come with Dynamics AX 2009 to better fit business needs. In this section, we touch on some of the most common scenarios for customizing document services, including customizing the application, service operations, validation, defaulting, queries, and security.
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 : The Application Integration Framework (part 3) - Working with Custom Services
Because document services are a subset of custom services, the concepts described in this section apply to both custom services and document services.
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 : The Application Integration Framework (part 2) - Components of Dynamics AX Services
The term document services stems from the reality that businesses need to exchange documents, such as sales orders and invoices, with their partners. Document services provide an external application interface.
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 : The Application Integration Framework (part 1)
The AIF provides a programming model, tools, and infrastructure support for services-based integration of application functionality and data with Dynamics AX.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Rolling Back and Uninstalling a Scripted Installation
Rollback support is meant for restoring specific files and values and not for uninstalling an application—that’s what uninstall support is for. Using rollback to uninstall implies that every file or setting that’s modified needs to be backed up, which isn’t always practical or desirable.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Modifying Installation Scripts Using Script Editor (part 2) - Modifying the Script, Windows Installer Step-Up Utility Buttons
The Script Editor also offers three buttons that you can use to assist you in creating and testing Windows Installer packages. These are the three buttons at the far right of the toolbar in the Script Editor interface as seen previously in Figure 1.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Modifying Installation Scripts Using Script Editor (part 1) - Script Editor Variables and Actions
The Script Editor provided by SMS Installer is a powerful scripting utility. It provides a vast array of variables and actions (SMS Installer commands) that let you optimize the script files used by the installation process.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Architecture Design Planning - Site Planning
The major tasks involved in site planning include determining the site systems to deploy, sizing the hardware for each site system, and determining the boundaries and security mode for the site.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Hierarchy Planning
A hierarchy consists of one or more ConfigMgr sites, and potentially additional SMS 2003 sites. Although you can have more than one Configuration Manager hierarchy in your organization, you generally will want to organize all your sites into a single hierarchy.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Modifying Installation Scripts Using the Installation Expert (part 2)
You should verify and modify the two remaining installation attributes—System Configuration and Advanced Configuration—according to your specific target computer needs.
 
 
 
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