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Configuring and Using Active Directory Rights Management Services
AD RMS installations can be complex to prepare, but after you have worked with the proper installation preparation process, your installations will be flawless.
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 : Installing the Dynamics GP 2010 application
The steps´╗┐´╗┐ for installing the Dynamics GP application are the same for server and client installations. If you are used to installing prior Dynamics GP versions, you will notice that there is no longer a choice for client or server installations.
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 : Installing Microsoft SQL Server for Dynamics GP
Whether the Dynamics GP SQL Server will reside on a new dedicated server or another existing server, it is recommended that a new SQL Server instance be installed for Dynamics GP.
Starting a New BizTalk 2009 Project : BizTalk Naming Conventions
When building complex orchestrations, naming conventions are critical for orchestration workflow shapes. Naming conventions are equally important to naming BizTalk artifacts such as maps, ports, and pipelines properly.
Starting a New BizTalk 2009 Project : BizTalk Assembly Naming and Versioning
A BizTalk assembly is created by compiling a BizTalk project using VS .NET. Any artifacts in the project will be included in the compiled assembly that is to be deployed. BizTalk assemblies should match the name of their associated namespace.
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 : Working with Forms - Adding form splitters
Commonly used forms like Sales orders or Projects in Dynamics AX have multiple grids. Normally, one grid is in the upper section and another one is in the bottom section of the form. Sometimes grids are placed next to each other.
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 : Working with Forms - Building dynamic form
A standard approach for creating forms in Dynamics AX is to create and store form objects in AOT. This ensures system performance and a high level of complexity. But in a number of cases, it is required to have forms created dynamically.
Starting a New BizTalk 2009 Project : Creating a Build-and-Integration Environment (part 2) - Using Test-Driven Development & Creating a BizTalk Installation Package
Test-driven development is a methodology that states developers should first think about how to test their software before they build it. The software tests are written during the design phase and traditionally take the form of a unit test and unit test plans.
Starting a New BizTalk 2009 Project : Creating a Build-and-Integration Environment (part 1) - Five-Step Build Process
Every development team needs a process to build and test their software. This is as important as the creation of the code itself. Many different build processes exist, but they are all essentially the same with slight twists or enhancements
Exchange Server 2010 : Manage Database Redundancy (part 3) - Manage Database Availability
When a database switchover is performed, the active copy of the database is moved to another Mailbox server and there is no data loss expected. This is a process that is initiated by an administrator while the active copy of the database is still healthy.
Exchange Server 2010 : Manage Database Redundancy (part 2) - Manage Database Replication
Databases can be replicated between Mailbox servers in the same DAG. Managing these database replicas is a straightforward process. The information covered in this section will help ensure that your database copies remain healthy.
Exchange Server 2010 : Manage Database Redundancy (part 1) - Configure Redundant Databases
To replicate a database across multiple servers, those servers must be in the same DAG. The DAG monitors the databases that its servers hold and contains the necessary information to determine which passive copy should be used if the active copy goes offline
Extending Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 : Customization Options by CRM Version & Customizing Navigation
Microsoft Dynamics CRM enables you to easily perform navigation customizations by editing the site map. The site map is an XML file that is read and parsed by Microsoft Dynamics CRM when it is first loaded and can be used to change what and how information displays in the navigation pane.
Extending Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 : Limitations and Licensing Considerations
It is important to remember that Microsoft Dynamics CRM can have user roles that are disproportionate from their Active Directory roles, and therefore a low-level CRM user may be a system administrator in Active Directory (and vice versa).
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 : Working with Forms - Creating dynamic menu buttons
Normally, Dynamics AX forms are created in AOT by adding various controls to the form's design and do not change during runtime. But besides that, Dynamics AX allows developers to add controls dynamically during form runtime.
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 : Working with Forms - Handling dialog events
The easiest way of doing that is of course to build a form in AOT, which will replace the original dialog. But in cases when the existing dialog is complex enough, probably a more cost effective solution would be to implement dialog event handling.
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 : Working with Forms - Creating Dialogs
Dialogs are a way to present users with a simple input form. They are commonly used for small user tasks like filling in report values, running batch jobs, presenting only the most important fields to the user when creating a new record, etc.
Performing On-Demand Exchange Server 2003 Monitoring and Maintenance
As Exchange Server 2003 databases grow, they can become fragmented. This creates performance problems that affect users. Inconsistencies in Exchange databases can be resolved by using Exchange Server 2003 tools and utilities.
Performing Scheduled Exchange Server 2003 Monitoring and Maintenance (part 2) - Using Performance and Protocol Logs and Managing Mailbox Limits
In this practice, you configure the Performance Logs And Alerts tool to create a performance log for trend analysis and to generate a report when an Exchange counter exceeds a predefined value. You also check the SMTP protocol log for problems and check for oversized mailboxes.
Performing Scheduled Exchange Server 2003 Monitoring and Maintenance (part 1)
To keep your Exchange organization running smoothly and to provide the level of service that users demand, you need to perform regular, scheduled maintenance tasks.
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 : Populating Initial Data - Inventory items
Just like for customers and vendors, setting up classes for inventory items will save you a great deal of effort when importing new items. With all the options filled out for an item class, importing inventory items can be fairly easy
Organizing Artifacts in BizTalk Server 2009
In BizTalk 2009 the move to solely use the BizTalk Administration Console is complete. The BizTalk Explorer that was included in Visual Studio has been deprecated and will be removed in future versions. All of the functionality that was provided through BizTalk Explorer is now provided through the BizTalk Administrator.
Application Lifecycle Management with BizTalk Server 2009
Visual Studio Team System along with Team Foundation Server provides the framework required to deliver what is needed to manage the ALM process including the Microsoft Solutions Framework (MSF) for Agile development and MSF for CMMI process improvement templates to quickly implement software development practices to cover each of the three phases.
Exchange Server 2010 : Manage Outlook Client Access (part 2) - Configure Automatic Client Configuration & Configure Access for Third-Party Clients
Exchange supports not only Outlook clients, but also other third-party clients that use the POP3 or IMAP4 protocols instead of MAPI. There are many reasons why MAPI would be the preferred client solution, but many clients have limited options and must use POP3 or IMAP4.
Exchange Server 2010 : Manage Outlook Client Access (part 1) - Configure Outlook Anywhere
Outlook Anywhere solves this problem by encapsulating the RPC traffic into HTTPS communications. Because Outlook Anywhere wraps RPC inside HTTPS, the data is transferred as HTTPS traffic and can easily traverse firewalls without opening up a wide port range.
Understanding and Installing Active Directory Rights Management Services (part 3)
Upgrading the installation means performing an operating system upgrade to Windows Server 2008 R2, then upgrading the AD RMS installation after the operating system upgrade is complete.
Understanding and Installing Active Directory Rights Management Services (part 2) - Installation Procedure
Note that AD RMS is not supported and does not run in Server Core installations of Windows Server 2008 R2. However, AD RMS is a good candidate for virtualization under Hyper-V, especially in test environments. Keep this in mind when you plan and prepare your AD RMS deployment.
Understanding and Installing Active Directory Rights Management Services (part 1) - Understanding AD RMS
AD RMS works with a special AD RMS client to protect sensitive information. Protection is provided through the AD RMS server role, which is designed to provide certificate and licensing management.
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 : Populating Initial Data - Open receivables transactions
Once you have manually entered or imported customers into Dynamics GP, you will most likely want to import open (or unpaid) receivables transactions from your previous system.
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 : Populating Initial Data - Customers
Similar to vendors, when importing customers into Dynamics GP you can decide to bring in just the minimal information or a lot of details for each customer.
 
 
 
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