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SharePoint 2010 : Excel Services - Using the JavaScript Object Model
To make our demonstration focus on the specifics of communicating with Excel via JSOM, our user interface will consist of a simple drop-down list of currencies. We can include JavaScript on a web part page in a few ways.
Optimizing Exchange 2007 Servers & Monitoring Exchange Server 2007
With the separation of various roles in Exchange 2007, individual optimimizations vary from role to role. The following sections address the various roles in Exchange 2007 and how to optimize the performance of those roles.
Optimizing an Exchange Server 2007 Environment : Analyzing Capacity and Performance
Use ExchDump to assist with baselining the environment. ExchDump exports a server’s configuration, which can be useful to determine whether the build follows company standards. This is particularly important with Exchange clusters because each node in the cluster should be a replica of the other.
Exchange Server 2010 : Planning Certificates for Autodiscover (part 2) - Deploying Exchange Certificates
In Exchange 2007, you had to do all your certificate requests and imports either through the Certificate MMC snap-in (which was a pain) or through the EMS. In Exchange 2010, if you click on the Server Configuration node in the EMC, you can view, manage, and even request new certificates for your Exchange 2010 servers.
Exchange Server 2010 : Planning Certificates for Autodiscover (part 1) - The X.509 Certificate Standard
The X.509 certificates were originally developed as part of the X.500 family of standards from the OSI, but proved to be useful enough that they were adopted by other standards organizations.
Exchange Server 2010 Autodiscover : Autodiscover Concepts
Let's share an unpleasant truth that a lot of Exchange 2007 administrators have not yet learned: the Autodiscover service is not an optional component of an Exchange organization.
Active Directory 2008 : Proactive Directory Maintenance and Data Store Protection (part 5) - Protecting DCs as Virtual Machines
When a server is created as a VM instead of being installed on a physical computer, it becomes nothing more than a set of files on a disk because the disk drives for the computer are hosted in virtual hard drives.
Active Directory 2008 : Proactive Directory Maintenance and Data Store Protection (part 4) - Performing Proactive Restores
Backup data sets are only as good as the restores and recoveries they support. This is why it is essential for you to test the restoration procedure and to test as many scenarios as possible to ensure that when you do face a disaster, you can recover the data or systems you lost by relying on your backups.
Active Directory 2008 : Proactive Directory Maintenance and Data Store Protection (part 3) - Relying on Windows Server Backup to Protect the Directory
Restoring objects in AD DS was more or less a hit-or-miss operation in previous versions of Windows Server because it was impossible to view objects within a backup data set prior to the restore.
Active Directory 2008 : Proactive Directory Maintenance and Data Store Protection (part 2) - Relying on Built-in Directory Protection Measures
Data protection is also a very important aspect of proactive systems management, and it is essential for AD DS. As you know, each account stored in the AD DS database is a unique object because it is tied to a specific and unique security identifier (SID).
Active Directory 2008 : Proactive Directory Maintenance and Data Store Protection (part 1) - Twelve Categories of AD DS Administration
One of the most important concepts administrators need to understand when working with a directory service such as AD DS is the division of responsibilities they face.
BizTalk 2009 : The BizTalk Management Database
Unlike the Messagebox, the Management Database is not used to store messages and is not considered to be "working storage." The Management Database is where most configuration and system-level information is stored and accessed from within BizTalk.
BizTalk 2009 : Handling Failed Messages and Errors
To keep the Messagebox as empty as possible, the tracking subsystem will move completed messages to the Tracking Database on a periodic basis. This is accomplished by a BizTalk host that has been tagged as a "tracking" host by specifying an option in the Host Properties page.
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 : Dynamics GP Utilities (part 3) - Additional steps
There are a few additional steps to complete the Dynamics GP installation: removing the SOP and Invoicing message, changing paths for reports dictionaries, forms and OLE Notes, installing any additional products, logging into Dynamics GP for the first time and verifying versions.
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 : Dynamics GP Utilities (part 2) - Loading sample company data & Creating a new Dynamics GP company
If you are planning on setting up multiple companies in Dynamics GP, try to make the Company IDs distinctive so that it is easy to differentiate between companies when looking at a list of databases. The Company ID cannot be changed once created.
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 : Dynamics GP Utilities (part 1) - Completing the Dynamics GP installation
The next step in the Dynamics GP installation is to run Dynamics GP Utilities to create the account framework and the necessary SQL Server components.
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 : Creating an ODBC data source
Every computer that needs to run the Dynamics GP application will need to have an ODBC (Open Database Connectivity) data source pointing to the SQL Server. This is true for all servers and workstations, including the server where SQL Server is installed.
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 : Working with Forms - Storing last form values
Dynamics AX has a very useful feature, which allows saving the latest user choices per user per form. This feature is implemented across a number of standard reports, periodic jobs, and other objects, which require user input.
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 : Creating modal forms & Changing common form appearance
In every single multi-company Dynamics AX project, in order to prevent user mistakes, I was asked to add functionality that allows setting the background color of every form per company.
Exchange Server 2010 : Performing Tracking and Logging Activities in an Organization (part 2) - Using Protocol Logging & Using Connectivity Logging
Protocol logging allows you to track Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) communications that occur between servers as part of message routing and delivery. These communications could include both Exchange servers and non-Exchange servers.
Exchange Server 2010 : Performing Tracking and Logging Activities in an Organization (part 1) - Using Message Tracking
You use message tracking to monitor the flow of messages into and out of an organization and within it. With message tracking enabled, Exchange Server maintains daily log files, with a running history of all messages transferred within an organization.
Exchange Server 2010 Maintenance, Monitoring, and Queuing : Understanding Troubleshooting Basics
Few administration tasks are more important than maintenance, monitoring, and queue tracking. You must maintain Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 to ensure proper flow and recoverability of message data.
Extending Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 : Examples
The following examples represent some possibilities for customization or extending Microsoft Dynamics CRM when you don’t need to worry about security outside of your domain.
Extending Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 : IFrames
IFrames are “inline frames or windowless inline floating frames” and provide an easy mechanism for integrating data, because they can exist free form or easily pass data through them to the underlying source.
BizTalk 2009 : Using XML Namespaces (part 3) - Using System Property Schemas
Most of these property schemas contain general BizTalk properties and the properties to support each of the transports and adapters included with the product out of the box.
BizTalk 2009 : Using XML Namespaces (part 2) - Using Port Filters and Content-Based Routing
Most people new to BizTalk don't understand how messages are routed within the product or how to use the property schemas to affect the subscription. Exercise 1 will show you how you can use the property promotion to implement routing logic.
BizTalk 2009 : Using XML Namespaces (part 1) - Understanding Property Promotions
When new BizTalk developers are asked to "promote a property," they all perform the same task: they open up the schema editor, right-click the element, and choose Quick Promotion.
BizTalk 2009 : Understanding the Message Bus
The Message Bus is the backbone of the BizTalk Server product. The bus contains unique parts, each of which are explained later in the subsection "Messaging Components." The most obvious of these is the Messagebox, which is explained first.
Active Directory Domain Services 2008 : Determine Global Catalog Servers
In complex environments, it is not uncommon to have a large number of global catalog servers. You might need to produce a list of all global catalog servers or identify whether a particular domain controller is a global catalog server.
BizTalk Server 2006 Operations : Disaster Recovery
A disaster recovery plan must include steps to bring the backup site online as well as steps to deal with potential data loss as a result of the major system disruption. BizTalk Server 2006-based solutions require a comprehensive disaster recovery plan that covers both the BizTalk servers and the BizTalk Group running in SQL Server.
 
 
 
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