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Implementing Edge Services for an Exchange Server 2007 Environment : Utilizing the Basic Sender and Recipient Connection Filters (part 3) - Configuring Recipient Filtering
Recipient filtering allows an administrator to block email delivery from the Internet to a specific email address. Email that is routed through Receive Connectors is processed by the Recipient Filtering Agent.
Implementing Edge Services for an Exchange Server 2007 Environment : Utilizing the Basic Sender and Recipient Connection Filters (part 2)
The IP Block List Providers is configured in the same manner as the IP Allow List Providers filter; however, two different options are available in the IP Block List Providers properties that are not available when configuring an IP Allow List Provider.
Implementing Edge Services for an Exchange Server 2007 Environment : Utilizing the Basic Sender and Recipient Connection Filters (part 1)
Email administrators can configure Allow Lists on an Edge Transport server to ensure messages from desired source mail senders or organizations are not filtered and blocked at the Edge server. Administrators can define single IP addresses, IP addresses and subnet masks, and/or IP ranges from which to allow email messages.
Implementing Edge Services for an Exchange Server 2007 Environment : Installing and Configuring the Edge Transport Server Components
The first thing that needs to be done is to determine how the Edge Transport server role will be implemented and configured in the Exchange environment. This involves planning and designing the placement of the Exchange Edge Transport server location, considering configuration options, and then actually installing the Edge Transport Services onto a server in the network.
Exchange Server 2010 : Managing Web and Mobile Access (part 4) - Configuring URLs and Authentication for OWA, Configuring URLs and Authentication for Exchange ActiveSync, Configuring URLs and Authenti
When you install a Client Access server, the server is configured with a Default Web Site and the virtual directories discussed previously. Through the OWA virtual directory, you can set the base URL for these directories so that different URLs are used for internal access and external access.
Exchange Server 2010 : Managing Web and Mobile Access (part 3) - Throttling Client Access, Configuring URLs and Authentication for the OAB
Every Client Access server in your organization is subject to the default client throttling policy. Client throttling policies are designed to ensure users aren't intentionally or unintentionally overloading Exchange. Exchange tracks the resources that each user consumes and applies throttling policy to enforce connection bandwidth limits as necessary.
Exchange Server 2010 : Managing Web and Mobile Access (part 2) - Enabling SSL on Web Sites, Controlling Access to the HTTP Server
SSL is a protocol for encrypting data that is transferred between a client and a server. Without SSL, servers pass data in readable, unencrypted text to clients, which could be a security risk in an enterprise environment. With SSL, servers pass data encoded using 128-bit encryption.
Exchange Server 2010 : Managing Web and Mobile Access (part 1) - Enabling and Disabling Outlook Web App Features, Configuring Ports, IP Addresses, and Host Names Used by Web Sites
Microsoft uses the term segmentation to refer to your ability to enable and disable the various features within Outlook Web App. Segmentation settings applied to the OWA virtual directory on Client Access servers control the features available to users.
Active Directory 2008 : Managing Security Settings (part 2) - The Security Configuration Wizard
The Security Configuration Wizard can be launched from the home page of Server Manager (in the Security Information section) or from the Administrative Tools folder.
Active Directory 2008 : Managing Security Settings (part 1) - Configuring the Local Security Policy, Managing Security Configuration with Security Templates
The tools used to manage security templates present settings in an interface that allows you to save your security configurations as files and deploy them when and where they are needed. You can also use a security template to analyze the compliance of a computer’s current configuration against the desired configuration.
Active Directory 2008 : Delegating the Support of Computers (part 2) - Delegating Administration Using Restricted Groups Policies with the Members Of This Group Setting
When you use the Members setting of a restricted groups policy, the Members list defines the final membership of the specified group. The steps just listed result in a GPO that authoritatively manages the Administrators group. When a computer applies this GPO, it adds all members specified by the GPO and removes all members not specified by the GPO, including Domain Admins.
Active Directory 2008 : Delegating the Support of Computers (part 1) - Understanding Restricted Groups Policies
When you edit a Group Policy object (GPO) and expand the Computer Configuration node, the Policies node, the Windows Settings node, and the Security Settings node, you find the Restricted Groups policy node, shown in Figure 1.
SharePoint 2010 : Virtual Machine Setup and SharePoint Configuration (part 3) - Security for the Services Dedicated to BI
You configure security for Excel, Visio, and PerformancePoint Services differently for each product. The language used for authentication methods may be specific to each service application.
SharePoint 2010 : Virtual Machine Setup and SharePoint Configuration (part 2) - Set Up Your Own VMs on Windows 2008 R2
If you want to get serious about testing security configurations such as Kerberos or NTLM, you should consider taking installation and configuration to the next level by creating another VM to host the data sources, SQL Server and 2008 R2 Analysis Services.
SharePoint 2010 : Virtual Machine Setup and SharePoint Configuration (part 1) - Set Up a Pre-configured VM
Use Windows Server 2008 R2. Older versions of Hyper-V cannot import the VM package, can trigger activation of the software included in the image, and are likely to give you reduced performance.
BizTalk Server 2010 : WCF SAP Adapter RFCs and BAPIs - Schema generation
If you recall, one of the key differences between RFCs and BAPIs is the Business Object Repository. BizTalk does not store these Business Objects anywhere so it is not possible for BizTalk to host a BAPI as the underlying function module will not be available.
BizTalk Server 2010 : WCF SAP Adapter RFCs and BAPIs - Overview of SAP RFCs and BAPIs
The terms RFC and BAPI are often used interchangeably, especially by non-SAP resources. Technically, they are very similar but operate at two different levels of detail. Over the course of this next section, we will further discover the similarities and differences between these two technologies.
Exchange Server 2010 Administration Essentials : Understanding Exchange Server 2010 Organizations (part 2) - Using Configuration Containers Instead of Administrative Groups
Exchange Server 2010 uses configuration containers instead of administrative groups to simplify the administrative model. As you can see in Figure 2 you can view the logical structure of the Exchange organization in the Exchange Management Console.
Exchange Server 2010 Administration Essentials : Understanding Exchange Server 2010 Organizations (part 1) - How Site-Based Routing Works
Mailbox and Unified Messaging servers use site membership information to determine which Hub Transport servers are located in the same site. This allows the Mailbox or Unified Messaging server to submit messages for routing and transport to a Hub Transport server that has the same site membership.
Exchange Server 2010 Administration Essentials : Validating the Exchange Server Licensing
With Exchange Server 2010, you do not enter a product key during initial setup. Instead, you provide the product key after installation using the Exchange Management Console. Until you enter a product key, Exchange Server 2010 runs in trial mode.
Installing Configuration Manager 2007 : ConfigMgr Service Manager
Depending on the specific components installed on a server, there may be as many as nine different Windows services running specifically for ConfigMgr 2007, with many threads running under those services. The ConfigMgr Service Manager, installed as a tool with Configuration Manager 2007, enables you to manage all services and each thread in those services independently.
Installing Configuration Manager 2007 : Transfer Site Settings Wizard, Copy Packages Wizard
Use the Transfer Site Settings Wizard to transfer site settings between sites. You can transfer settings down the hierarchy, or you can export configuration settings to an XML file and import them to a different site.
Microsoft Dynamic AX 2009 : The Batch Framework (part 6) - Managing the Batch Server Execution Process - Manage Batch Jobs, Debug a Batch Task
Running in noninteractive mode means that a user can’t interact directly with a batch task while it’s running. So you can’t, for example, present a dialog box to gather user input once a batch task has started executing on a server.
Microsoft Dynamic AX 2009 : The Batch Framework (part 5) - Managing the Batch Server Execution Process - Set Up Server Configuration, Create a Batch Group
You can configure an AOS to be a batch server, including specifying when the batch server is available for processing and how many tasks it can run, using the Server Configuration form.
Microsoft Dynamic AX 2009 : The Batch Framework (part 4) - Creating a Batch Job - Using the Batch API
For advanced scenarios requiring complex or large batch jobs, such as inventory closing or data upgrades, the batch server framework provides an X++ API that enables developers to create or modify batch jobs, tasks, and their dependencies as needed as well as to dynamically create run-time batch tasks on the fly.
Microsoft Dynamic AX 2009 : The Batch Framework (part 3) - Creating a Batch Job - From the Batch Job Form
You use the Batch Job form for jobs that include many tasks that might have a complex set of dependencies. You can use this form to create a batch job, add tasks to it, and set up dependencies between tasks.
Microsoft Dynamic AX 2009 : The Batch Framework (part 2) - Batch-Enabling a Class
Each batch task is a batch-enabled class, and a class must be enabled for batch processing before it can be scheduled for execution as a batch task. The classes used for batch tasks are designated to run on either the client or the server.
Microsoft Dynamic AX 2009 : The Batch Framework (part 1) - Batch Processing in Dynamics AX, Common Uses of Batch Processing
In batch processing, you create batch jobs to organize “batchable” tasks for processing, schedule and define the conditions under which the batch tasks are executed, add the tasks to a queue, and set them to run automatically on a batch server.
Using Non-Windows Systems to Access Exchange Server 2007 : Terminal Server Client for Mac
The Terminal Server Client for Mac, shown in Figure 1, can be considered and planned in the same manner as its Windows counterpart. When the prerequisites are met, administrators can use the Terminal Server Client to provide full Windows and application functionality to Mac users requiring Exchange services and more.
Using Non-Windows Systems to Access Exchange Server 2007 : Configuring and Implementing Entourage for the Mac
Understanding the need for a more comprehensive functional solution for Mac, Microsoft provides a powerful Exchange client for the Macintosh as part of their Office 2004 package called Entourage 2004.
 
 
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