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  • Wiki Page: FIM 2010 R2: How to Manage Group Membership from the User UI

    Table of Contents Introduction Prerequisites Create Attributes and Bindings Modify the Resource Control Display Configuration XML file Create the sets Create the workflows Create the MPR’s Modify default Sets Testing Notes and modifications Introduction As everybody knows FIM has great capabilities...
  • Wiki Page: Service Manager Survival Guide

    Here are some resources to get you started on System Center 2012 Service Manager. TechNet wiki search for '2012 Service Manager' System Center Solution Center - Service Manager [Older Version]: Here are some resources to get you started on System Center Service Manager...
  • Wiki Page: SharePoint 2010: Utilizando un panel de discusión como una herramienta de Help Desk (es-ES)

    Días atrás dábamos nuestros primeros pasos con SharePoint 2010. Hemos instalado nuestro primer servidor de SharePoint Server 2010 , configurado Office Web Apps , creado una aplicación web y una colección de sitios . Además, creamos nuestro servicio de búsqueda, lo configuramos y conectamos...
  • Wiki Page: Troubleshooting Office core application client/server integration with SharePoint

    This article mainly applies to core applications such as Microsoft Word , Excel , PowerPoint , Visio , and Publisher . Some content may refer to Outlook but only in the case of opening or synching documents with SharePoint. Outlook uses other protocols to interact with the mail server. Either POP3...
  • Wiki Page: MED-V Tips for Helpdesk Admins

    A common question from Helpdesk admins concerns how to troubleshoot issues with MED-V applications. More specifically, how can we allow remote Helpdesk admins to access the Full Desktop in the VM on the user's machine as needed for troubleshooting. There are a couple different ways to approach...
  • Wiki Page: Remote Troubleshooting Tools

    Program Name Syntax Computer Management compmgmt.msc /computer:<Computername> Local Users and Groups lusrmgr.msc /computer:<Computername> Event Viewer Eventvwr.exe /computer:<Computername> Powershell Powershell...
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