Month: December 2010

SharePoint 2010 – Convert your Standard licence to Enterprise licence

As you may already know, you can install SharePoint Server 2010 (not Foundation) with a Standard licence, which enables some features. Then, when you discover that you need more or want to enable ​the Enterprise Features (such as Form Server), you can go to the Central Administration and then enter the new product key to enable …

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Exchange / ForeFront UAG – Publishing Exchange 2010 with UAG

to continue my series about publishing internal resources with ForeFront UAG, here is a post about publishing Exchange 2010 – more specifically publishing Exchange Autodiscover and Exchange Web Services. This has been already covered by Microsoft through TechNet and a White Paper BUT details provided are not true or not complete. Indeed, if you follow …

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ForeFront – FEP 2010 manual installation and settings

ForeFront Endpoint Protection 2010 is now easier to install manually and provide some additional settings to manage performance and quarantine. Manual installation To install FEP, locate on the client directory for your processor (x86 or x64). Execute the installation program FEPInstall.exe and follow the wizard. After accepting the EULA, you have to choose if you …

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ForeFront Endpoint Protection 2010 is available

After a long wait, the next version of Microsoft ForeFront Client Security, now called ForeFront Endpoint Protection 2010, is finally available.   You can download it from your TechNet/MSDN subscription or try with the evaluation version available here http://technet.microsoft.com/en-US/evalcenter/ff182914.aspx A first improvement, you can install it with an executable, no more need to run a …

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Office 365 – SharePoint Online Administration Guide in Office 365 Beta for enterprises

As Office 365, the next Microsoft Online Services version, is currently in beta, you can already have some documentation about the management of this online solution. The following link is providing administrator guidance for SharePoint 2010 Online. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg132908.aspx Enjoy

SharePoint – Consume Service Application from other farm

One of the feature updated in SharePoint 2010 is the way how to implement and consume shared service (SAA) from other SharePoint farm. The first thing is to have one SharePoint farm installed and configured, with at least one SAA provisioned. Be careful, all SAA are not eligible for remote use. Next, you have to …

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Conference – Microsoft Techdays 2011 – One session confirmed

Today, I had a confirmation: one of my proposed session for the next Microsoft TechDays – from 8th to 10th Februay 2011, has been confirmed More details about this conference and my session(s ?) soon. Hope to see you at the TechDays 2011

SharePoint – Allow RSS feed through UAG

I already explained in earlier post how to publish SharePoint sites through UAG (from 2007 to 2010 and Extranet/Internet site). However, there was still an issue with SharePoint blog published through UAG (but this can be applied to any SharePoint site which have RSS Feeds enabled). Indeed, RSS feeds were not successfully managed by UAG …

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Lync – Office integration

The Lync client is fully integrated with Office client; at least with Office 2010, like in my case. If you are working on a document, or reviewing it, in a collaborative mode, you may want to share quickly the update you’re doing. To do this using Lync, go to the Revision tab and click on …

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