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Maintaining Windows Home Server 2011 : Defragmenting the System Drive, Reviewing Event Viewer Logs, Setting Up a Maintenance Schedule
Windows Home Server constantly monitors your system for unusual or noteworthy occurrences, such as a service that doesn’t start, the installation of a device, or an application error.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Database Maintenance
When maintaining the ConfigMgr 2007 site database, it is vital to back up the database. An effective backup strategy is crucial to providing a functional database environment for ConfigMgr; however additional tasks also need to occur to maintain your ConfigMgr database effectively.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Site Maintenance (part 3) - Obsolete Records
Obsolete records can occur if ConfigMgr detects a duplicate machine in the database. All clients in the ConfigMgr database have several unique identifiers that tell ConfigMgr which machine is which. When two or more of those identifiers come into conflict, an obsolete record can occur.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Site Maintenance (part 2) - Data Discovery Record (DDR) Retention
After installing a ConfigMgr site, you add clients and resources to the site. These objects are added using a discovery method. (The only required discovery method is the heartbeat discovery method.) Various discovery methods can be used that search Active Directory or the network for resources.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Site Maintenance (part 1) - Site Maintenance Tasks
Site maintenance tasks are a vital part of maintaining your site. After installation and performing other initial configurations, it is imperative you understand and configure these tasks to best suit your particular ConfigMgr hierarchy.
Preventive Maintenance and Data Recovery
Restoring a Complete PC Backup involves erasing your hard disk and replacing all your data with the data in the backup. This means any data on your hard disk created or modified since your last backup will be sucked into oblivion, so you'll likely only want to use this feature if your hard disk crashes.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Disaster Recovery - Scheduling Maintenance Tasks
You can schedule several of the maintenance tasks mentioned above to run on your timetable through the SMS Administrator Console. You can find these tasks in the Site Maintenance node under Site Settings. Two types of database maintenance objects can be configured: SQL commands and tasks.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Disaster Recovery - Database Maintenance
To developing a backup and restore strategy, you can do several things for your SMS servers on a regular basis, both to keep them running well and to spot problems before they cause damage.
Managing Disks : Understanding RAID & Using Disk Maintenance Tools
Disk defragmentation rearranges the existing files so they are stored contiguously, which optimizes access to them. In Windows 7, you use the Disk Defragmenter utility to defragment your disk.
Performing Daily Exchange Server 2003 Monitoring and Maintenance (part 3) - Configuring Diagnostic Levels and the Monitoring And Status Utility
You can control the events that are recorded in the application log of Event Viewer by changing the diagnostic logging level and by specifying events using the Monitoring And Status utility.
Performing Daily Exchange Server 2003 Monitoring and Maintenance (part 2) - Event Viewer & The Monitoring And Status Utility
Both Windows Server 2003 and Exchange Server 2003 provide utilities, such as Event Viewer, System Monitor, and Exchange System Manager, that monitor and analyze server components and Exchange Server 2003 server performance.
Performing Daily Exchange Server 2003 Monitoring and Maintenance (part 1) - Daily Monitoring Tasks
Both Windows Server 2003 and Exchange Server 2003 provide utilities, such as Event Viewer, System Monitor, and Exchange System Manager, that monitor and analyze server components and Exchange Server 2003 server performance.
Sharepoint 2010 : SharePoint Disaster Recovery Testing and Maintenance
Testing your plan should produce several lessons learned, valuable data, and necessary modifications. These naturally lead you into the maintenance phase of the process. Likewise, as you continue ongoing maintenance for your plan, you should re-execute your tests to validate all the changes that you’ve made to the plan.
SQL Server 2008 : Automating Routine Maintenance - Maintenance Plans
You can reproduce every maintenance task using T-SQL. There is no magic going on in the background. We are not against maintenance plans, but we tend to create our own maintenance jobs using T-SQL scripts
Exchange Server 2010 : Prioritizing and Scheduling Maintenance Best Practices
Exchange Server 2010 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 2010 : Best Practices for Performing Database Maintenance
Exchange Server 2010 automatically performs database maintenance procedures on a nightly basis during the scheduled maintenance window.
Exchange Server 2010 Management and Maintenance Practices : Auditing the Environment (part 3) - Message Tracking
To perform these procedures on a computer with the Hub Transport or mailbox server role installed, administrators must be logged on using an account that is a member of the Exchange Administrators group.
Exchange Server 2010 Management and Maintenance Practices : Auditing the Environment (part 2) - 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 2010 Management and Maintenance Practices : Auditing the Environment (part 1) - Audit Logging
In a Windows environment, auditing is primarily considered to be an identity and access control security technology that can be implemented as part of an organization’s network security strategy.
Exchange Server 2010 Management and Maintenance Practices : The Exchange Control Panel
The Exchange Control Panel (ECP) is an exciting new tool in Exchange Server 2010. The ECP is a browser-based Management client for end users, administrators, and specialists
Exchange Server 2010 Management and Maintenance Practices : Maintenance Tools for Exchange Server 2010
There are Microsoft Management Console snap-ins, an automation and scripting shell, and several tools native to the Windows Server 2008 operating system and the Exchange Server 2010 application
Exchange Server 2010 Management and Maintenance Practices : Proper Care and Feeding of Exchange Server 2010
Exchange Server 2010 has advanced the health of the messaging system through the introduction of continuous online defragmentation, compaction, and contiguity maintenance.
Configuring Search and Indexing Options (part 2) - Monitoring the Index, and Tuning Indexer Performance & Other Index Maintenance Tasks
The Indexing Options dialog box is also your gateway to buttons and check boxes that let you rebuild a corrupted index, change the location where the index stores its data, add folders to the index, change how the index deals with particular file types, and so on
Performing Routine Maintenance - Managing Disk Space
The simplest way to make room on any drive is with the help of the Disk Cleanup utility, Cleanmgr.exe. If you click a "low disk space" warning, this tool opens automatically
Performing Routine Maintenance - Defragmenting Disks for Better Performance
On a relatively new system with a speedy processor and plenty of physical memory, hard disk performance is the single biggest bottleneck in everyday operation.
Performing Routine Maintenance - Checking Disks for Errors
Errors in disk media and in the file system can cause a wide range of Windows problems, ranging from an inability to open or save files to blue-screen errors and widespread data corruption
Performing Routine Maintenance - Keeping Your System Secure with Windows Update
Windows Update is a service that provides online updates for Windows 7. With it, you can obtain updates to Windows that include security updates, performance improvements, and support for new devices
Performing Routine Maintenance - Introducing Action Center
By default, Windows monitors your system and notifies you if any security or maintenance issues merit your attention. Immediately after the system has detected a noteworthy event, you might see a balloon message in the notification area—near the lower right corner of your screen in the default screen layout.
Windows Server 2012 : Software and User Account Control Administration (part 1) - Software installation essentials
Windows does not include an Add/Remove Programs utility. Instead, Windows relies completely on the software itself to provide the necessary installation features through a related setup program.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Understanding app patterns (part 4) - Building MVC apps - Understanding web form challenges
When developers think of creating SharePoint apps with C# and CSOM, they might immediately think of using ASP.NET to create a remote web. In fact, this is the default template used in Microsoft Visual Studio for provider-hosted and autohosted apps.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Understanding app patterns (part 1) - Building MVVM apps - Understanding JavaScript challenges
The biggest challenge in implementing apps with JavaScript is the intimate relationship between the webpages and the libraries. In many JavaScript implementations, the code in the libraries must have detailed knowledge of the markup in the webpages.
Troubleshooting Stop Messages : Memory Dump Files (part 2) - Using Memory Dump Files to Analyze Stop Errors - Using Problem Reports And Solutions
Memory dump files record detailed information about the state of your operating system when the Stop error occurred. You can analyze memory dump files manually by using debugging tools or by using automated processes provided by Microsoft.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013: Moving mailboxes (part 2) - Performing on-premises mailbox moves and migrations
The destination database for an on-premises mailbox move can be on the same server, on a different server, in a different domain, or in a different Active Directory site.
Managing Windows Server 2012 Systems : Managing the Registry (part 6) - Backing up and restoring the registry, Maintaining the registry
Backing up and restoring the registry normally isn’t done from within Registry Editor, however. It is handled through the Windows Server Backup utility or through your preferred third-party backup software.
Understanding Network Services and Active Directory Domain Controller Placement for Exchange Server 2013 (part 5)
This configuration is also helpful in stopping dangerous viruses from being spread through email. For example, dangerous scripts could potentially be attached to email, which could execute as soon as the user opens the mail.
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 : Administration of the Director Role (part 4) - Services Management, Client Version Filter
One potential use case for a Director is to control the client versions connecting to the Lync Server infrastructure. Since the Director is an initial sign-in point for any client, it makes sense to perform a filter check at the sign-in point.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Getting Started with Email Archiving - Archiving
Archiving systems generally can be tailored or tweaked for use with specific case scenarios. Archiving generally refers to the process of removing data from one storage location and moving it to another, cheaper storage location.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Implementing Client Access and Hub Transport Servers - Installing the Hub Transport Server
The installation of the Exchange 2007 Hub Transport server role is a straightforward task. This section covers the installation and configuration of a basic system to illustrate the concepts.
Windows Server 2012 : Enhancements for Flexible Identity and Security (part 2) - Active Directory Unification for Various Directory Services
Active Directory in Windows Server 2012 hasn’t changed to the point where organizations with solid AD structures have to make changes to their directory environment. Forests, domains, sites, organizational units, groups, and users all remain the same.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Mailbox management - The need for mailboxes, Naming mailboxes
Email address policies enable you to define and apply different patterns for the SMTP addresses that are assigned to mail-enabled objects. The application of address policies makes sure that the SMTP addresses are consistent throughout the organization.
Windows Server 2012 : Ensuring DHCP availability (part 1) - Previous approaches to implementing DHCP availability
DHCP failover is a new approach to ensuring DHCP availability that is included in Windows Server 2012. With this approach, two DHCP servers can be configured to provide leases from the same pool of addresses.
Windows Server 2008 R2 high-availability and recovery features : Installing and Administering Failover Clustering (part 8) - Administering a Failover Cluster
After you set up a new cluster, you will need to make sure that you are familiar with the management interface and understand how to perform basic cluster administration tasks.
Automating Windows 7 Installation : Customizing Images Using Deployment Image Servicing and Management (part 1) - Viewing Information about an Image with DISM
This output is a lot easier to digest than the ImageX XML output shown earlier. It's interesting to note that the queried install.wim file is about 2.2 GB when stored on a disk. However, it holds the contents of these five installation images, and each of the images will expand to about 8 GB.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Installing the Client Access Server - Installing the Client Access Server Role
The installation of the Exchange 2007 CAS role is a straightforward task. This section covers the installation and configuration of a basic system to illustrate the concepts.
Windows Server 2012 : Enhanced security and compliance (part 2) - BitLocker enhancements, DNSSEC
BitLocker Drive Encryption is a data protection feature first introduced in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. BitLocker encrypts entire disk volumes to help safeguard sensitive business data from theft, loss, or inappropriate decommissioning of computers.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Completing Transport Server Setup (part 2) - Configuring the Transport Dumpster , Configuring Shadow Redundancy
When your organization has replicated mailbox databases, your Hub Transport servers use the transport dumpster to maintain a queue of messages that were recently delivered to recipients on a replicated mailbox database.
Advanced Windows 7 Programming : Working in the Background - ADVANTAGES OF WORKING IN THE BACKGROUND
Most systems spend the majority of their time working in the background. If you look at the Task Manager display, you'll see that there are more than 60 processes running on any Windows 7 machine, most of them not even started by the user.
Windows Server 2012 : Deploying Storage Spaces (part 3) - Planning a Storage Spaces deployment - Hardware, Performance, Resiliency
Although using USB 2.0 hard drives with Storage Spaces is supported, it is not recommended because of the performance limitations of using USB 2.0 to perform simultaneous reads and writes to multiple, connected USB drives.
Administering an Exchange Server 2013 Environment (part 4) - Performing Common Tasks - Creating User Mailboxes
The creation of a new user mailbox, either for an existing user or in conjunction with the creation of a new user, is an example of a task that can be accomplished from either the Exchange Administration Center or the Exchange Management Shell.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Understanding Status Summarizers (part 3) - Configuring Status Summarizers - Site System Status Summarizer
Notice that the Enable Status Summarization and Replicate To Parent Site options are selected by default. If you want to disable site system status summarization, clear the option Enable Status Summarization.
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