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Programming Windows Services with Microsoft Visual Basic 2008 : Writing a New Thread Method, Monitoring with Multiple Threads
We have successfully created a multithreaded polling service, which can be very useful, if you had to monitor more than one directory; for example, you could either have one thread monitor all the directories, or you could create multiple threads, using one per directory.
The HP Virtual Server Environment : Example nPartition Management Scenario (part 4) - Rebooting and Booting nPartitions
The complex configuration tasks related to the hardware upgrade are complete. However, the new resources are not usable for workloads. The rex01 nPartition must be rebooted and the rex02 nPartition must be booted in order for the new hardware to be usable.
The HP Virtual Server Environment : Example nPartition Management Scenario (part 3) - Creating a new nPartition
Subsequent steps in the Create nPartition wizard are similar to the options available in the Modify nPartition dialog. Setting the core cell choice, configuring cell local memory, and other options are all available in the wizard.
The HP Virtual Server Environment : Example nPartition Management Scenario (part 2) - Viewing the Complex after Installing Hardware, Extending the Existing nPartition
For the purposes of this example, assume the new hardware has now been installed and power has been enabled. Figure 3 shows the state of the complex with the new hardware installed.
The HP Virtual Server Environment : Example nPartition Management Scenario (part 1) - Viewing the Configuration of an nPartition Complex
Each of these mechanisms exposes the SCCD and PCD data in slightly different ways. The MP's interface provides high-level information about the configuration of the complex and very detailed information about the status of the hardware components.
The HP Virtual Server Environment : nPartition Management Paradigms (part 2) - Remote Management via an nPartition Paradigm, Remote Management via the MP Paradigm
Figure 2 shows the paradigm of remote nPartition management via an nPartition in the complex. This paradigm can be used with all architectures of HP nPartition servers.
The HP Virtual Server Environment : nPartition Management Paradigms (part 1) - Local nPartition Management Paradigm
Figure 1 shows the paradigm of local nPartition management. This paradigm applies to all HP nPartition servers. Local nPartition management involves logging into an nPartition on the complex and performing management tasks on the local nPartition.
The HP Virtual Server Environment : nPartition Servers - Data Maintained by the Management Processor
The remainder of this section focuses on how the management processor maintains the configuration of the nPartitions, cells, and other configuration aspects of HP nPartition servers.
The HP Virtual Server Environment : HP nPartition Server Overview
HP nPartition servers can be configured as one large single system or divided up into multiple separate systems; the latter is the more common configuration. Each of the separate nPartitions provide both hardware and software isolation from one another.
The HP Virtual Server Environment : Combining Partitioning Solutions, Independent Software Vendor Support
For nPars there is no issue. Each nPar is a fully electrically isolated set of hardware components. The software can't tell the difference between running in an nPar and running in a similarly sized separate system.
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Microsoft Communicator Client for Macintosh - Client Integrations with Other Applications
One of the strongest areas of integration for the Communicator client is with Outlook. When the Communicator client is installed, it adds hooks into the Outlook view that integrate into contact information.
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Microsoft Communicator Client for Macintosh - Web Conferencing
Probably the biggest driving force behind companies implementing Lync Server 2010 is replacing outsourced web conferencing services. Many companies spend tens of thousands of dollars a month on services such as Webex or GoToMeeting.
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Microsoft Communicator Client for Macintosh - Audio/Video Calls and Conferencing
One of the more interesting features in the Microsoft Communicator Client is the capability to participate in audio or video conferences with other users of the Lync Server 2010 environment
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Microsoft Communicator Client for Macintosh - IM Features
The IM client works like any other IM client. You can see the status information for the person to which you are communicating, and there are two areas in the window: one to type in and one to display the conversation. Users have access to the usual features such as altering the font, color, and size of the text as well as a menu of emoticons.
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Microsoft Communicator Client for Macintosh - Getting Around in the Client
Presence status can be altered by clicking the downward-facing arrow next to the large presence jellybean. Status can be altered by clicking the text and retyping a new status. Below this area, you can see contacts, which can be organized.
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Microsoft Communicator Client for Macintosh - Installing the Client
Although the Microsoft Communicator client for Macintosh integrates into the Office 2011 suite, it is actually a separate install. Given that most clients want to integrate the functions, we start with the steps for installing Office 2011 itself and then the Communicator client.
Sharepoint 2010 : Enterprise Content Management - Document Sets
To use document sets, activate the site collection level feature called Document Sets. Then in a document library, allow management of content types and add Document Set as an allowed content type.
Sharepoint 2010 : Enterprise Content Management - Document IDs
Organizations need to identify documents uniquely. Scalability and performance may be reasons why you would want to separate out your logical topology of SharePoint installation into various site collections and maybe even multiple web sites.
Active Directory 2008 : Configuring DFS Replication of SYSVOL
A domain’s functional level is a setting that both restricts the operating systems that are supported as domain controllers in a domain and enables additional functionality in Active Directory.
Understanding and Installing Active Directory Certificate Services (part 3) - Practice Installing a CA Hierarchy
In a production environment, you should disconnect this CA from the network after the Group Policy cycle has been updated (you can force it with the gpudate.exe command) to provide further protection for this server.
Understanding and Installing Active Directory Certificate Services (part 2) - Installing AD CS
Installing AD CS is a much more involved process than installing Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (AD LDS). This is because of the choice between stand-alone and enterprise CAs and the subsequent choices that ensue from this original decision.
Understanding and Installing Active Directory Certificate Services (part 1) - Understanding AD CS
Active Directory Certificate Services is the engine that Windows Server 2008 R2 relies on to manage public key certificates. By using AD CS, you can build a comprehensive PKI hierarchy that can be used to issue and manage certificates within your organization.
Google Woos Software Developers At I/O
Google did its best to court software developers at this year’s I/O conference with a much-needed integrated developer environment API for better games and the ability to more easily translate apps. Their allegiance will become increasingly important as smartphone and tablet hardware sees fewer dramatic improvements.
Active Directory 2008 : Configuring Replication (part 3) - Configuring Intersite Replication, Monitoring Replication
By default, site links are transitive. That means, continuing the example from earlier, that if Amsterdam and Headquarters sites are linked, and Headquarters and Seattle sites are linked, then Amsterdam and Seattle are transitively linked.
Active Directory 2008 : Configuring Replication (part 2) - Site Links, Bridgehead Servers
The KCC assumes that within a site, all domain controllers can reach each other. It builds an intrasite replication topology that is agnostic to the underlying network connectivity.
Active Directory 2008 : Configuring Replication (part 1) - Connection Objects,The Knowledge Consistency Checker, Intrasite Replication
After connection objects between the domain controllers in a site have been established—either automatically by the KCC or manually—replication can take place. Intrasite replication involves the replication of changes within a single site.
Active Directory 2008 : Configuring the Global Catalog and Application Directory Partitions (part 2) - Understanding Application Directory Partitions
Application directory partitions are designed to support directory-enabled applications and services. They can contain any type of object except security principals such as users, computers, or security groups.
Active Directory 2008 : Configuring the Global Catalog and Application Directory Partitions (part 1) - Universal Group Membership Caching
Active Directory supports groups of universal scope. Universal groups are designed to include users and groups from multiple domains in a forest. The membership of universal groups is replicated in the GC.
Active Directory 2008 : Configuring Sites and Subnets (part 2) - Managing Domain Controllers in Sites, Understanding Domain Controller Location
Each site contains a Servers container, which itself contains an object for each domain controller in the site. The Servers container in a site should show only domain controllers, not all servers.
Active Directory 2008 : Configuring Sites and Subnets (part 1) - Creating Sites
Sites and replication are managed using the Active Directory Sites And Services snap-in. To define an Active Directory site, you create an object of class site. The site object is a container that manages replication for domain controllers in the site.
Exchange Server 2010 : Working with Distribution Groups and Address Lists - Managing Offline Address Books
You configure offline address books differently than online address lists. To use an offline address book, the client must be configured to have a local copy of the server mailbox, or you can use personal folders.
Exchange Server 2010 : Working with Distribution Groups and Address Lists - Managing Online Address Lists
Address lists help administrators organize and manage Exchange recipients. You can use address lists to organize recipients by department, business unit, location, type, and other criteria.
Exchange Server 2010 : Working with Distribution Groups and Address Lists - Other Essential Tasks for Managing Groups
As an Exchange administrator, you'll find that you need to perform many additional group management tasks. These essential tasks are discussed in this section.
Sharepoint 2013 : Exporting eDiscovery results
After you have created an eDiscovery query, you can export a report of the results or download the raw content from SharePoint. You can export eDiscovery results directly from one of your eDiscovery Case sites to a local archive.
Sharepoint 2013 : Creating an eDiscovery query
After you have created an in-place hold on content within your sites by using eDiscovery Sets, you can sift through your content at a more leisurely pace without worrying that content might disappear during the investigation.
Sharepoint 2013 : Removing an eDiscovery hold, Accessing deleted content under legal hold
If you are unable to locate the Preservation Hold library within a site with an in-place hold configured, this might be because you are not a site collection administrator for the site (the library is only visible to users added as the site collection administrator or granted special permissions through the web application by IT staff).
Sharepoint 2013 : Identifying and holding content
One of the first steps for any legal or regulatory action is to ensure that data is not changed or deleted during an investigation. Within SharePoint 2013, eDiscovery Sets are used to identify content that matches search constraints and rapidly enforce a hold on that content.
Sharepoint 2013 : Working with eDiscovery cases
After you have a working SharePoint 2013 eDiscovery Center, you are able to create and manage cases that represent specific legal or regulatory investigation. Each case is designed to represent a single investigation and can contain all of the queries and holds encountered during the investigation.
Sharepoint 2013 : Creating an eDiscovery Center
SharePoint 2013 introduces a new type of site, the eDiscovery Center. An eDiscovery Center is a single site that can be used to organize your discovery and legal-hold activities.
Exchange Server 2010 : Working with Dynamic Distribution Groups (part 2) - Modifying Dynamic Distribution Groups Using Cmdlets
In the Exchange Management Shell, you can get information about dynamic distribution groups using the Get-DynamicDistributionGroup cmdlet and modify the filters and conditions associated with a dynamic distribution group using the Set-DynamicDistributionGroup cmdlet.
 
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