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Active Directory 2008 : Publishing Active Directory Objects (part 2) - Publishing Shared Folders, Querying Active Directory
Exercise 2 walks through the steps required to create a folder, share it, and then publish it in Active Directory. This exercise assumes that you are using the C: partition; however, you may want to change this based on your server configuration.
Active Directory 2008 : Publishing Active Directory Objects (part 1) - Publishing Printers
Exercise 1 walks you through the steps you need to take to share and publish a Printer object by having you create and share a printer. In order to complete the printer installation, you need access to the Windows Server 2008 installation media (via the hard disk, a network share, or the CD-ROM drive).
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Using SharePoint Commands (part 6) - Disposing of SharePoint Variables
As covered earlier, certain objects need to be disposed of properly in order to protect your server from dreaded memory leaks. This section discusses a couple of different methods for proper disposal of your objects.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Using SharePoint Commands (part 5) - Working with Objects Below the Web Level
SharePoint PowerShell commands generally work from the SPWeb object and above. That means you will not find commands such as Get-SPList or New-SPLibrary in the out-of-the-box commands.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Using SharePoint Commands (part 4) - Working with Webs
Site collections contain webs, or SPWebs if you are speaking about SharePoint PowerShell commands. Like the other main objects in the SharePoint hierarchy, you can list, add, modify, and remove webs
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Using SharePoint Commands (part 3) - Working with Site Collections
The site collection level is the level at which all your webs and data live. It can seem a little odd when you first encounter how webs and site collections are referenced in SharePoint Central Administration versus the object model in PowerShell.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Using SharePoint Commands (part 2) - Web Applications
Each site collection in SharePoint is associated with a single web application represented by the SPWebApplication object. The SPWebApplication object contains many properties that an administrator might want to look at, such as those associated with the Recycle Bin, list throttling, and status of the web application.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Using SharePoint Commands (part 1) - Working with the Farm, Working with the Farm Configuration
The highest-level SharePoint administration object is the farm, which contains many key properties, methods, and collections associated with the SharePoint farm. You can access many of the farm’s properties using a specific SharePoint 2013 command.
Microsoft LynServer 2013 : Dependent Services and SQL - Office Web Apps Server
The Office Web Apps Server software can be downloaded directly from the Microsoft site. After the prerequisite software has been installed along with the server certificate, the following procedure is used to install and then configure the Office Web Apps Server
Microsoft LynServer 2013 : Dependent Services and SQL - Network Dependencies (part 2) - Defining Network Sites
Lync Server sites are used to organize resources according to geography and bandwidth. IP subnets are then associated with the sites so that the Lync Servers can identify the locations where endpoints are located.
Microsoft LynServer 2013 : Dependent Services and SQL - Network Dependencies (part 1) - Supporting Lync Phone Edition with DHCP
Whereas Lync software clients inherit network connectivity from the host they are installed on, networking for specialized devices such as VoIP desk phones is typically managed centrally.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Designing a Successful Exchange Storage Solution (part 3) - Selecting the Right Storage Hardware, Storage Validation Using Jetstress
Now we can move on to selecting appropriate hardware for our requirements. There are many aspects to this decision, and the requirements that we have identified so far represent only a few of them.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Designing a Successful Exchange Storage Solution (part 2) - Making Sense of the Exchange Mailbox Server Role Requirements Calculator
The Exchange 2013 Server Role Requirements Calculator, or storage calculator as it used to be known, is basically a complicated Excel spreadsheet that contains the calculations necessary to take your design requirements, and turn them into some storage-specific requirements.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Designing a Successful Exchange Storage Solution (part 1) - Requirements Gathering
From an Exchange storage design perspective, we are mainly interested in the service level because it drives our high-availability decisions.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Designing a Successful Exchange Storage Solution - Storage Improvements in Exchange Server 2013
This is the single most important change in Exchange Server 2013. Quite simply, automatic database reseed makes deploying a JBOD storage solution viable for many organizations that found JBOD too difficult to manage in Exchange Server 2010.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Designing a Successful Exchange Storage Solution - Storage Changes in Exchange 2013
Exchange Server 2013 is a major new release and, as such, the Exchange product group invested in the key development areas that were projected to yield the largest benefits to both customers and the teams that run Exchange Online.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Designing a Successful Exchange Storage Solution - A Brief History of Exchange Storage
As mentioned, Exchange has been around for quite a while, and it has been adapted to the changing landscape of email.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Federated Authentication (part 4) - Active Directory Federated Services - Configuring a Relying Party in ADFS
We have now installed and configured ADFS, and we are ready to create a Relying Party. We established in the beginning of this article that a Relying Party is a system or application that permits authenticated user access, but relies on an Issuing Authority (via Secure Token Service) to perform the actual authentication.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Federated Authentication (part 3) - Active Directory Federated Services - Installing ADFS
Creating a new farm requires a SQL Server connection and is suited to production environments, or systems requiring multiple ADFS instances in a farm
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Federated Authentication (part 2) - Active Directory Federated Services - Preparing for ADFS Installation
Before we install ADFS, it is important that we complete a series of pre-installation steps, to establish a new DNS name and certificate with which we shall access ADFS.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Federated Authentication (part 1) - Active Directory Federated Services - Install Certificate Authority
ADFS requires certificates to encrypt and sign SAML tokens. In a production deployment, you would install purchased certificates, signed by a trusted root certificate authority such as VeriSign
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 Authentication (part 3) - Configuring a Claims Web Application - Configuring SSL for SharePoint
When dealing in any kind of web-based security, we must rely on the industry standard use of Secure Socket Layer, which operates via the use of X509 Public/Private key certificates.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 Authentication (part 2) - Configuring a Claims Web Application - Creating a New CBA Application, Configuring an Existing CBA Web Application
The following set of steps demonstrates how to create a new Claims-Based-Authentication aware web application in SharePoint 2013. The steps below demonstrate creating our application via Central Administration.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 Authentication (part 1) - Legacy Approach—Classic Mode Authentication
SharePoint 2013 now uses Claims-Based-Authentication (CBA) for all web applications added to the farm. Using standard protocols and principles, SharePoint abstracts user authentication from user identity such that SharePoint can maintain his or her identity, regardless of the authentication mechanism.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Claims-Based and Federated Authentication - Digital Identity
OpenID is a standard that describes how users may authenticate with a system in a decentralized manner, eliminating the need for systems to maintain their own credentials and authentication mechanisms.
Exchange Server 2013 Management and Maintenance Practices (part 7) - Weekly Maintenance, Monthly Maintenance, Quarterly Maintenance
Tasks that do not require daily administrative input, but that still require frequent attention, are categorized as weekly maintenance routines. Recommended weekly maintenance routines are described in the following sections.
Exchange Server 2013 Management and Maintenance Practices (part 6) - Prioritizing and Scheduling Maintenance Best Practices
Exchange Server 2013 is a very efficient messaging system. However, as mailboxes and public folders are used, there is always the possibility of the logical corruption of data contained within the databases.
Exchange Server 2013 Management and Maintenance Practices (part 5) - Message Tracking
Of the auditing techniques available in Exchange Server, message tracking is by far the least resource intensive and will likely be the most commonly used by administrators. Because this feature has proven so valuable in previous versions of Exchange Server, Microsoft has enabled it by default in Exchange Server 2013.
Exchange Server 2013 Management and Maintenance Practices (part 4) - SMTP Logging
Logging SMTP protocol activity provides administrators with a powerful tool when troubleshooting issues with message delivery. By enabling SMTP logging, administrators can capture the SMTP conversations with email servers during message transport.
Exchange Server 2013 Management and Maintenance Practices (part 3) - Auditing the Environment
Various methods of auditing the Exchange Server environment exist to gather and store records of network and Exchange Server access and to assist with the monitoring and tracking of SMTP connections and message routing.
 
 
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