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Exchange Server 2010 Windows PowerShell: Working with Distribution Groups

by Mike Pfeiffer | July 2011 | Cookbooks Enterprise Articles Microsoft

This article by Mike Pfeiffer, author of Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Windows PowerShell Cookbook, takes you deeper into distribution group management. The recipes in this article provide solutions to some of the most common distribution group management tasks that can, and sometimes must, be handled from the command line. Topics include distribution group reporting, distribution group naming policies, and allowing end users to manage distribution group membership.

In this article, we will cover the following:

  • Reporting on distribution group membership
  • Previewing dynamic distribution group membership
  • Excluding hidden recipients from a dynamic distribution group
  • Converting and upgrading distribution groups
  • Allowing managers to modify group permissions
  • Working with distribution group naming policies
  • Working with distribution group membership approval
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Oracle WebCenter 11g PS3: Working with Navigation Models and Page Hierarchies

by Yannick Ongena | July 2011 | Cookbooks Enterprise Articles Oracle Web Development

A navigation model defines the elements and hierarchy of a navigation. In WebCenter, you can have different navigation models. This way you can customize the model for specific needs. WebCenter lets you manage navigation models both at design time and runtime. This way, it is very easy for administrators who manage the portal to edit the navigation models. This article describes the creation and management of navigation models to guide the user through your portal and managing the page hierarchy.

In this article by Yannick Ongena, author of Oracle WebCenter 11g PS3 Administration Cookbook, you will learn about:

  • Creating a navigation model at runtime
  • Adding a folder to a navigation model
  • Adding a link to a navigation model
  • Managing the page hierarchy
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Exchange Server 2010 Windows PowerShell: Managing Mailboxes

by Mike Pfeiffer | July 2011 | Cookbooks Enterprise Articles Microsoft

Exchange Server 2010 has many exciting new features such as integrated e-mail archiving, discovery capabilities, and high availability functionality. PowerShell is now an integral part of Exchange Server management and you need to learn the basics like importing and exporting mailbox data, deleting message and managing mailboxes.

In this article by Mike Pfeiffer, author of Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Windows PowerShell Cookbook, we will cover:

  • Importing and exporting mailboxes
  • Deleting messages from mailboxes
  • Managing disconnected mailboxes
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    Exchange Server 2010 Windows PowerShell: Troubleshooting Mailboxes

    by Mike Pfeiffer | July 2011 | Cookbooks Enterprise Articles Microsoft

    PowerShell is now an integral part of Exchange Server management and you need to learn the basics and have a point of reference for building your own scripts. That's what this article is all about. In this chapter, we'll cover some core PowerShell concepts that will provide you with a sound foundation.

    In this article by Mike Pfeiffer, author of Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Windows PowerShell Cookbook, we will cover:

  • Checking mailbox logon statistics
  • Setting storage quotas for mailboxes
  • Finding inactive mailboxes
  • Detecting and fixing corrupt mailboxes
  • Restoring items from mailboxes
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    Exchange Server 2010 Windows PowerShell: Mailboxes and Reports

    by Mike Pfeiffer | July 2011 | Cookbooks Enterprise Articles Microsoft

    PowerShell is now an integral part of Exchange Server management and you need to learn the basics and have a point of reference for building your own scripts. If you're completely new to PowerShell, the concept may be familiar if you've worked with UNIX command shells. In this article, the mailbox management tasks like moving mailboxes and generating some basic reports are dealt with.

    In this article by Mike Pfeiffer, author of Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Windows PowerShell Cookbook, we will cover:

    • Reporting on the mailbox size
    • Working with move requests and performing mailbox moves
    • Generating mailbox folder reports
    • Reporting on mailbox creation time
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    How Storage Works on Amazon

    by Rob Linton | July 2011 | Enterprise Articles

    Amazon Web Services is an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) platform in the Cloud, which businesses can take advantage of as their needs demand. The Amazon Cloud provides the enterprise with the flexibility to choose whichever solution is required to solve specific problems, ultimately reducing costs by only paying for what you use.

    In this article by Rob Linton, author of Amazon Web Services: Migrate your .NET Enterprise Application to the Amazon Cloud: RAW, we will look at how Amazon manages storage. We will look at the differences between S3 and EBS storage and how to implement both. We will create the storage locations that we will need for our sample application and look at how to implement storage using both the AWS console and the AWS command line.

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    Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 MDS: Creating and Using Models

    by Jeremy Kashel Martyn Bullerwell Tim Kent | July 2011 | Enterprise Articles Microsoft

    This article by Jeremy Kashel, Tim Kent and Martyn Bullerwell, authors of Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Master Data Services, introduces the reader to the concept of creating a Model within the Master Data Manager front-end, which will be the beginning of an example solution that will run for the rest of the article. Each of the different objects within the MDS object hierarchy will be covered, guiding the reader on how to build a model up step-by-step.

    A sample script will be provided that will populate the user's newly created model, and the user will then be guided through the process of editing and creating members using the front-end.

    In this article, we will cover the following topics:

    • MDS object model overview
    • Models
    • Entities and attributes
    • Members
    • Attribute Groups
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    Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2: Hierarchies, Collections, and MDS Metadata

    by Jeremy Kashel Martyn Bullerwell Tim Kent | July 2011 | Enterprise Articles Microsoft

    In the previous article on Creating and Using Models, some of the different objects within the MDS object hierarchy was covered. This article will detail more MDS objects, guiding the reader on how to build a model up step-by-step. A sample script is provided to populate the user's newly created model, and the user is guided through the process of editing and creating members using the front-end.

    In this article by Jeremy Kashel, Tim Kent and Martyn Bullerwell, authors of Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Master Data Services, we will cover the following topics:

    • Hierarchies
    • Collections
    • Master Data Services Metadata
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    Getting Started with AWS and Amazon EC2

    by Rob Linton | July 2011 | Enterprise Articles

    Amazon Web Services is an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) platform in the Cloud, which businesses can take advantage of as their needs demand. The Amazon Cloud provides the enterprise with the flexibility to choose whichever solution is required to solve specific problems, ultimately reducing costs by only paying for what you use.

    In this article by Rob Linton, author of Amazon Web Services: Migrate your .NET Enterprise Application to the Amazon Cloud: RAW, we show how to set up an AWS account and start an EC2 instance. We will also take a look at the creation of AMI images that we will use.

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    Communicating from Dynamics CRM to BizTalk Server

    by Richard Seroter | July 2011 | Enterprise Articles Microsoft

    One can imagine many scenarios where Dynamics CRM either publishes data to BizTalk Server or queries BizTalk-exposed service endpoints. For instance, when a customer requests a refund for a defective product, the call center agent may record this request in Dynamics CRM. After the phone call is over, Dynamics CRM should send a message to a returns processing system which handles the crediting of a customer's account. In another scenario, BizTalk Server may be the host of a data aggregation service which queries three enterprise systems that store "customer" data and aggregates the responses. Dynamics CRM may want to execute that service when a call center agent views a customer record so that they get a fuller picture of that customer's interactions with the company.

    In this article by Richard Seroter, author of Microsoft BizTalk 2010: Line of Business Systems Integration, we will see how Dynamics CRM sends data to BizTalk Server.

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