I have come across this issue enough times that even if it is documented on TechNet it deserves mention here.
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This article continues the discussion of server management in Windows Server 8 by looking at Server Manager’s multi-server management capabilities.
Just one week after TechEd 2011, Microsoft Learning hosted another exclusive three-day Jump Start course and we are excited to announce the availability of the HD-quality video recordings — FREE — on TechNet Edge, MS Showcase, the Zune Marketplace, and iTunes! Additionally, every module will be made available (with assessment questions) on the Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA) later this month! "Microsoft Office 365 for IT Professionals" is specially tailored for technologists looking for real-world proof of how cloud-based Office 365 enables organizations to solve more problems from more places. Microsoft Office 365 brings together cloud versions of our most trusted email, communication and collaboration software – Exchange Online, SharePoint Online and Lync Online – with the Office Professional Plus desktop suite. This fast-paced, demo-rich online course features the best experts teaching the technical aspects of Office 365 for IT Professionals. The live online course was extremely successful, with over 1,600 people joining the three-day event and an overall NSAT of 164! Who is the target audience for this training? • IT Professionals, IT Decision Makers, Network Administrators • Microsoft customers and partners who need to determine how to best leverage the cloud. What's the high-level overview? • The 15-hour course is broken into three five-module sections: (1) Office 365 Platform, (2) Exchange Online and (3) Lync & SharePoint Online • "Team-teaching" approach led by senior Microsoft technologists with real-world experience • Every module is an engaging discussion,
In this article, I will describe what I see as the major events coming down the pike to which administrators should take notice.
This article discusses the security aspects of Microsoft’s Office Web Applications and online productivity suite.
Taking a look at the security mechanisms built into RDS; how to use Group Policy and configuration settings for better security.
The Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Management Tools (32-Bit) were recently updated to version 08.03.0083.006. Brief DescriptionExchange Server 2007 is a native 64-bit application that includes 64-bit management tools. You can use the management tools to administer your Exchange Server environment remotely. If the remote computer is running a 32-bit operating system, you will need to download the 32-bit management tools. OverviewThe Exchange management tools include the Exchange Management Console, the Exchange Management Shell, the Exchange Help file, the Microsoft Exchange Best Practices Analyzer Tool, and the Exchange Troubleshooting Assistant Tool. The new Exchange Management Console (formerly named Exchange System Manager) provides Exchange administrators with a graphical user interface (GUI) to manage the configuration of Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 organizations. For more information about the improvements to the Exchange Management Console, see New Administration Functionality in the Exchange Management Console. The Exchange Management Shell is a new Exchange-specific command-line interface based on Microsoft Windows PowerShell, formerly codenamed “Monad”. You can use the Exchange Management Shell to run a single command or a series of multiple commands for managing your Exchange Server 2007 servers and objects. For more information about the Exchange Management Shell, see Using the Exchange Management Shell.
The fundamental information you need to know to secure Windows 7 correctly, alongside some of the lesser known security functionality it provides.
The Experts Conference 2010 will take place in Los Angeles between 25 and 28 of April. Here’s the list of the sessions that will be offered at The Experts Conference for Exchange 2010: Keynote: Exchange 2010 Enterprise Deployment and Architecture at MicrosoftSpeaker: Konstantin RyvkinIn the last several years the evolution of enterprise e-mail software and systems has taken a giant leap forward – not only in user facing features, but also in the core elements of messaging infrastructure, deployment, scalability and operations. This is especially true for Exchange 2010, which opens new capabilities in nearly every area — from cost effective e-mail storage designs and disaster recovery options through scalable client connectivity and integration with cloud based services. All these new capabilities can be best observed on the example of one of the world’s largest Exchange 2010 enterprise deployments – Microsoft’s own. This keynote will provide an overview and a series of deep dives into the most interesting aspects of Exchange 2010 enterprise deployment and architecture at Microsoft. Come and join this session for a discussion around challenges, implemented solutions, best practices and lessons learned during the design and transition of the nearly 200,000 seat Microsoft’s messaging environment to Exchange 2010. Topics include: Exchange storage selection and design, disaster recovery solutions, scaling client access services, integrating with outlook.com hosted e-mail services and many more. NDA Session: Exchange “15″ Requirements GatheringSpeake