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Microsoft Tip Of The Day – Microsoft Desktop Virtualization

How can Microsoft Desktop Virtualization help?
Microsoft Desktop Virtualization solutions help users access virtually any application and Windows environment anywhere, while keeping their personalized experience even when they change their devices. It enables organizations to give employees the flexibility to work everywhere, while simplifying compliance and management through a centralized & unified infrastructure on a more comprehensive platform. Working with System Center management tools, Microsoft Desktop Virtualization empowers IT to unify IT operations onto a single and centralized infrastructure across physical and virtual assets.
To take advantage of desktop virtualization, organizations should start by identifying the business problems they are trying to solve and then understanding how different desktop virtualization solutions can address their specific business needs. Microsoft provides a one-stop shop where customers can choose the best solution for their business needs.

Please see below for what we offer within the full spectrum of desktop virtualization solutions.

1.Change the Device, Keep your Experience
Microsoft User State Virtualization (USV) enables data and user settings to follow the user, keeping users productive even when they change devices. Users maintain access to their personalized Windows experience across multiple connected or disconnected devices. With User Experience Virtualization, employees always have access to their personal settings on any managed device and, when combined with Windows Folder Redirection and Offline Files, their data will follow them as well.
User Experience Virtualization (UE-V) delivers a consistent and personal Windows (application and OS) experience to users regardless how the applications are delivered, what version of the OS they use, and whether it is accessed via a rich desktop or VDI session. It integrates and scales through existing management tools providing a familiar management experience for all size businesses.
Folder Redirection centralizes user folders where user or application data can be stored to a server in the data center, making these folders accessible to the user from any other PC that they log in from.
Offline Files takes files and folders located on a server and make them accessible to end users on their pc even when the network is slow or otherwise unavailable.

2.Virtually Any Application, Anywhere
Application Virtualization enables anywhere access to applications that are available on any authorized device without application installs.
With Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) virtual applications and user settings are preserved whether users are online or offline. App-V helps ensure business continuity, letting users rapidly retrieve applications on a new PC without application installs or conflicts. From a management perspective, App-V increases business agility through faster application adoption, deployment, and updates with no user interruptions for installation or reboot. It minimizes conflicts between applications, allowing enterprises to reduce application compatibility testing time.
Another way to virtualize applications is through RemoteApp, powered by Remote Desktop Services (RDS) in Windows Server. With RemoteApp, IT can deliver server hosted applications seamlessly side by side with local applications; this way IT can secure corporate data and manage applications centrally for users who are always connected and some who require business compliance. Now with support for UE-V, RemoteApp ensures a common application experience whether the user is accessing the remote applications or local applications.

3.Windows Everywhere
Operating System Virtualization allows people to use Windows everywhere, giving a single PC the ability to run one or more virtual operating systems, which may be delivered from the data center or locally. Users benefit by getting flexible access to Windows from many connected devices, while IT benefits by maximizing hardware investments, securing data centrally and overcoming legacy application compatibility issues.
Microsoft VDI allows users to seamlessly access their rich and full fidelity Windows desktops running in the datacenter, irrespective of what type of VDI has been deployed or where they are accessing it from. With Client Hyper-V, developers and IT Pros get a robust virtualization platform on which they can create multiple client/server environments on their Windows 8 PCs. Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V) removes the barriers to Windows 7 upgrades by resolving application incompatibility. Windows Thin PC can provide users with a secure and familiar Windows experience from re-purposed PCs acting as Thin Client.

Microsoft TIP OF THE DAY—–Microsoft Desktop Virtualization

Exchange Server 2013 Client Access Licenses


Tip of the day

Exchange Server 2013 – Client Access Licenses (CALs)

As with the Server licenses, the Exchange Server 2013 CALs have also been significantly improved from the previous versions of Exchange. The Exchange Enterprise CAL is available in the same two variants as before; Exchange Enterprise CAL without Services and Exchange Enterprise CAL with Services. The following tables provide a detailed feature breakdown for each CAL edition of Exchange Server 2013:

Feature Standard CAL Standard + Enterprise CAL (with and without Services)
E-mail, Calendar, Contacts, and Tasks Yes Yes
Outlook Web App (Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Safari support) Yes Yes
Exchange ActiveSync Mobile Access Yes Yes
Rich Outlook inbox experience, including enhanced Conversation View and Mail Tips Yes Yes
Apps for Outlook and Outlook Web App Yes Yes
Site mailboxes Yes Yes
Role Based Access Control capabilities Yes Yes
Integration of IM, SMS, and RSS Yes Yes
Federated Calendar Sharing Yes Yes
Exchange ActiveSync Mobile Management Policies Standard Advanced
Journaling Per Database Per User/Distribution List
Journal decryption No Yes
Voicemail with Unified Messaging No Yes
Retention Policies Default Custom
Integrated Archive No Yes*
Multi-Mailbox Search Yes Yes
In-Place Hold No Yes
Data Loss Prevention (DLP) No Yes
Outlook PolicyTips with Data Loss Prevention (DLP) No Yes**
Information Protection and Control (IPC): transport protection rules, Outlook protection rules, IRM Search No Yes

* Archive requires Office 2007 Pro Plus, Office 2010 Pro Plus, or Office 2013 Pro Plus Volume Licensing
** Outlook PolicyTips require Office 2013 Pro Plus Volume Licensing

Customers may buy the standard CAL standalone, but those who want to acquire the Enterprise features as listed above must purchase both the standard and the Enterprise CALs.

The Enterprise CAL with Services has all the above features but also has antivirus and anti-spam service subscriptions from Microsoft Forefront Online Protection for Exchange.

Feature Standard CAL Standard + Enterprise CAL (with Services)
Forefront Online Protection for Exchange No Yes

 

Settings for accessing CCTV Camera from IE Browser


Settings for accessing CCTV Camera from IE Browser

Step 1

  • Open IE
  • Settings
  • Internet options
  • Security tab
  • Local intranet
  • Sites
  • Advance
  • Add (http:// and ip address or url)
  • Uncheck “require server verification (https)
  • Close
  • Ok
  • Ok

And

Step 2

  • Open IE
  • Settings
  • Internet options
  • Advance tab
  • In security
  • Check “Allow software to run or install even if signature is invalid.
  • Ok
  • Apply

do both the above settings , restart IE then check.

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Terminal Server Installation

Terminal Server Installation

The Terminal Server role service, known as the Terminal Server component in Windows Server® 2003, enables a Windows Server® 2008-based server to host Windows®-based programs or the full Windows desktop. From their own computing devices, users can connect to a terminal server to run programs and to use network resources on that server.
In Windows Server 2008, you must do the following to install the Terminal Server role service, and to configure the terminal server to host programs:

  1. Use Server Manager to install the Terminal Server role service.
  2. Install programs on the server.
  3. Configure remote connection settings. This includes adding users and groups that need to connect to the terminal server.

Installing the Terminal Server role service

 You can use the following procedure to use Server Manager to install the Terminal Server role service on the computer if Terminal Services is not already installed on the server. If Terminal Services is already installed on the server, see Install the Terminal Server role service (when Terminal Services is already installed). Membership in the local Administrators group, or equivalent, on the terminal server that you plan to configure, is the minimum required to complete this procedure.

To install the Terminal Server role service

Open Server Manager. To open Server Manager, click Start, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Server Manager.

  1. In the left pane, right-click Roles, and then click Add Roles.
  2. In the Add Roles Wizard, on the Before You Begin page, click Next.
  3. On the Select Server Roles page, under Roles, select the Terminal Services check box.
  4. Click Next.
  5. On the Terminal Services page, click Next.
  6. On the Select Role Services page, select the Terminal Server check box, and then click Next.
  1. On the Uninstall and Reinstall Applications for Compatibility page, click Next.
  2. On the Specify Authentication Method for Terminal Server page, select the appropriate authentication method for the terminal server, and then click Next. For more information about authentication methods, see “Configure the Network Level Authentication Setting for a Terminal Server” in the Terminal Server Help in the Windows Server 2008 Technical Library (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=109280).
  3. On the Specify Licensing Mode page, select the appropriate licensing mode for the terminal server, and then click Next. For more information about licensing modes, see “Specify the Terminal Services Licensing Mode” in the Terminal Services Configuration Help in the Windows Server 2008 Technical Library (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=101638).
  4. On the Select User Groups Allowed Access To This Terminal Server page, add the users or user groups that you want to be able to remotely connect to this terminal server, and then click Next. For more information, see “Configure the Remote Desktop User Group” in the Terminal Server Help in the Windows Server 2008 Technical Library (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=109278).
  5. On the Confirm Installation Selections page, verify that the Terminal Server role service will be installed, and then click Install.
  6. On the Installation Progress page, installation progress will be noted.
  7. On the Installation Results page, you are prompted to restart the server to finish the installation process. Click Close, and then click Yes to restart the server.
  8. If you are prompted that other programs are still running, do either of the following:
    1. To close the programs manually and restart the server later, click Cancel.
    2. To automatically close the programs and restart the server, click Restart now.
  9. After the server restarts and you log on to the computer, the remaining steps of the installation will finish. When the Installation Results page appears, confirm that the installation of Terminal Server succeeded.

You can also confirm that Terminal Server is installed by following these steps:

  1. Start Server Manager.
  2. Under Roles Summary, click Terminal Services.
  3. Under System Services, confirm that Terminal Services has a status of Running.
  4. Under Role Services, confirm that Terminal Server has a status of Installed.

Install the Terminal Server role service (when Terminal Services is already installed)

You can use the following procedure to install the Terminal Server role service when Terminal Services is already installed on the computer. Membership in the local Administrators group, or equivalent, on the terminal server that you plan to configure, is the minimum required to complete this procedure.

To install the Terminal Server role service when Terminal Services is already installed

  1. Open Server Manager. To open Server Manager, click Start, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Server Manager.
  2. In the left pane, expand Roles.
  3. Right-click Terminal Services, and then click Add Role Services.
  4. On the Select Role Services page, select the Terminal Server check box, and then click Next.
  1. On the Uninstall and Reinstall Applications for Compatibility page, click Next.
  2. On the Specify Authentication Method for Terminal Server page, select the appropriate authentication method for the terminal server, and then click Next. For more information about authentication methods, see “Configure the Network Level Authentication Setting for a Terminal Server” in the Terminal Server Help in the Windows Server 2008 Technical Library (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=109280).
  3. On the Specify Licensing Mode page, select the appropriate licensing mode for the terminal server, and then click Next. For more information about licensing modes, see “Specify the Terminal Services Licensing Mode” in the Terminal Services Configuration Help in the Windows Server 2008 Technical Library .
  4. On the Select User Groups Allowed Access To This Terminal Server page, add the users or user groups that you want to be able to remotely connect to this terminal server, and then click Next. For more information, see “Configure the Remote Desktop User Group” in the Terminal Server Help in the Windows Server 2008 Technical Library .
  5. On the Confirm Installation Selections page, verify that the Terminal Server role service will be installed, and then click Install.
  6. On the Installation Progress page, installation progress will be noted.
  7. On the Installation Results page, you are prompted to restart the server to finish the installation process. Click Close, and then click Yes to restart the server.
  8. If you are prompted that other programs are still running, do either of the following:
    1. To close the programs manually and restart the server later, click Cancel.
    2. To automatically close the programs and restart the server, click Restart now.
  9. After the server restarts and you log on to the computer, the remaining steps of the installation will finish. When the Installation Results page appears, confirm that the installation of Terminal Server succeeded.

You can also confirm that Terminal Server is installed by following these steps:

  1. Start Server Manager.
  2. Under Roles Summary, click Terminal Services.
  3. Under SystemServices, confirm that Terminal Services has a status of Running.
  4. Under Role Services, confirm that Terminal Server has a status of Installed.

SQL SERVER 2012 CAPABILITIES


SQL SERVER 2012 CAPABILITIES

The table below shows a feature comparison among the three main editions.

Features

Enterprise

Business

Intelligence

Standard

Maximum Number of Cores

OS Max¹

16 Cores-DB

OS Max-AS&RS²

16 Cores

Basic OLTP

checked

checked

checked

Programmability (T-SQL, Data Types, FileTable)

checked

checked

checked

Manageability (SQL Server Management Studio, Policy-based Management)

checked

checked

checked

Basic High Availability³

checked

checked

checked

Basic Corporate BI (Reporting, Analytics, Multidimensional Semantic Model, Data Mining)

checked

checked

checked

Basic Data Integration (Built-in Data Connectors, Designer Transforms)

checked

checked

checked

Self-Service Business Intelligence (Alerting, Power View, PowerPivot for SharePoint Server)?

checked

checked

Advanced Corporate BI (Tabular BI Semantic Model, Advanced Analytics and Reporting, VertiPaq™ In-Memory Engine, Advanced Data Mining)

checked

checked

Enterprise Data Management (Data Quality Services, Master Data Services)

checked

checked

Advanced Data Integration (Fuzzy Grouping and Lookup, Change Data Capture)

checked

Advanced Security (SQL Server Audit, Transparent Data Encryption)

checked

Data Warehousing (ColumnStore Index, Compression, Partitioning)

checked

Advanced High Availability (Multiple, Active Secondaries; Multi-site, Geo-Clustering)³

checked

¹Existing SQL Server Enterprise edition licenses in the Server + CAL licensing model upgraded to SQL Server 2012 will be limited to server deployments with 20 cores or less. Refer to Datasheet and FAQ for more details.
²Analysis Services & Reporting Services.
³Basic includes log shipping, database mirroring, server core support and two-node Failover Clustering. Windows Server Enterprise edition or above is a system requirement for AlwaysOn / Failover Clustering.
SharePoint Server with Enterprise CAL is a system requirement for Power View and PowerPivot for SharePoint. Alerting is accessible through SharePoint Foundation or above.

Use one click to shutdown and restart Windows 8

How you can create your own one-click shutdown button for the Windows 8 Start screen.

1. Go to your desktop.

2. Right click and create a new shortcut.

3. Type in the following for a shutdown button:

shutdown /s /t 0

4. If you prefer to use a restart button instead of shutdown, type in this (t instead of r):

shutdown /s /r 0

5. Name your new shortcut, choose an icon for it, then pin it to the Task bar screen.

Exchange 2013: What’s New for Transport Rules.


In Microsoft Exchange Server 2013, several improvements have been made to transport rules. This topic provides a brief overview of some of the key changes and enhancements.

Support for data loss prevention policies

Data loss prevention (DLP) features in Exchange 2013 can help organizations reduce unintentional disclosure of sensitive data. Transport rules have been updated to support creating rules that accompany and enforce DLP policies.

To learn more about DLP support in transport rules, see the following topics:
Integrating Sensitive Information Rules with Transport Rules
Data Loss Prevention

New predicates and actions

The functionality of transport rules has been extended via the addition of new predicates and actions. Each predicate listed below can be used as a condition or an exception when you’re creating transport rules.
For detailed information about using these new predicates and actions, see Transport Rule Predicates and Transport Rule Actions.

New predicates

  • AttachmentExtensionMatchesWords Used to detect messages that contain attachments with specific extensions.
  • AttachmentHasExecutableContent Used to detect messages that contain attachments with executable content.
  • HasSenderOverride Used to detect messages where the sender has chosen to override a DLP policy restriction.
  • MessageContainsDataClassifications Used to detect sensitive information in the message body and any of the attachments. For a list of data classifications available, see Sensitive

Information Types Inventory.

  • MessageSizeOver Used to detect messages whose overall size is greater than or equal to the specified limit.
  • SenderIPRanges Used to detect messages sent from a specific set of IP address ranges.

New actions

  • GenerateIncidentReport Generates an incident report that is sent to a specified SMTP address. The action also has a parameter called IncidentReportOriginalMail that accepts one of two values: IncludeOriginalMail or DoNotIncludeOriginalMail.
  • NotifySender Controls how the sender of a message that goes against a DLP policy is notified. You can choose to simply inform the sender and route the message normally, or you can
    choose to reject the message and notify the sender.
  • StopRuleProcessing Stops the processing of all subsequent rules on the message.
  • ReportSeverityLevel Sets the specified severity level in the incident report. Values for the action are: Informational, Low, Medium, High, and Off.
  • RouteMessageOutboundRequireTLS Requires Transport Layer Security (TLS) encryption when routing this message outside your organization. If TLS encryption isn’t supported, the message is rejected and not delivered.

Other changes in Transport rules

  • Support for extended regular expression syntax Transport rules in Exchange 2013 are based on the Microsoft.NET Framework regular expression (regex) functionality and now support extended regular expression syntax.
  • Transport rules agent invocation The key architectural change in Exchange 2013 for Transport rules is the Transport Rules Agent is invoked on onResolvedMessage. In previous versions of Exchange, the Rules Agent was invoked on onRoutedMessage. This change allowed us to add new actions, such as requiring TLS, which can change how a message is routed. To learn more about the transport rules architecture in Exchange 2013, see Transport Rules.
  • Exchange 2013: What’s New for Transport Rules. Detailed information about Transport rules is now included in message tracking logs. The information includes which rules were triggered for a specific message and the actions taken as a result of processing those rules.
  • New rule monitoring functionality Exchange 2013 monitors Transport rules that are configured and measures the cost of running these rules both when you’re creating the rule and also during regular operation. Exchange can detect and generate alerts for rules that are causing delays in mail delivery.

Features Of Project Editions with Differing Functionality


Features Of Project Editions with Differing Functionality

The following table displays features available in Microsoft Project Standard and Microsoft Project Professional, and describes their differences in functionality:

Feature Microsoft Project Standard Microsoft Project Professional
Consolidated projects Supports publishing of master projects and inserted projects to Microsoft Project Server.Users can be restricted from publishing master projects to Microsoft Project Server to avoid double counting of resources and inconsistent coding. Supports publishing of master projects and inserted projects to Microsoft Project Server.Users can be restricted from publishing master projects to Microsoft Project Server to avoid double counting of resources and inconsistent coding.Inserted projects of a master project must be of the same version.
Microsoft Project base calendars Users are responsible for creating base calendars for the project. Users can be restricted from creating base calendars, because enterprise calendars may be used across projects on Microsoft Project Server.
Currency settings A message notifies users about currency issues when projects with different currencies are consolidated. A specific currency setting may automatically be decided on for projects and resources on Microsoft Project Server.
Mixed mode All workgroup mode. Can be restricted to only enterprise mode or allow mixed mode.Note For consistent enterprise functionality, mixed mode should be avoided.
Global files Uses a policy or user-specific global file (Global.mpt). Uses the enterprise global template in the Microsoft Project Server database, in addition to a policy or user-specific global file (Global.mpt).
Data storage Supports mixed file and database formats. Stores all data in a Microsoft SQL Server 2000 (or later) database that can be managed by your IS operations group.
Multi-user access Users can open an already opened project as read-only. Users can use the Open dialog box to verify which projects and resources are already checked out.
Resource sharing Uses a shared resource pool. A shared resource pool is not scalable, because all resources are displayed when a sharer project opens. Uses an enterprise resource pool and displays only resources of an opened project team. An enterprise resource pool can contain a large amount of resources.
Offline file access There are no special provisions for working offline. To work offline, a project can be saved as a file on a user’s computer. Uses a cached enterprise global template that allows you to work with projects that are saved offline. Changes to an offline project can be saved online when you reconnect to Microsoft Project Server.
External dependencies Can link to multiple copies of same project. Maintains links within a version.Saving a project to another version redirects external dependencies to that version.
Inactive resources If Microsoft Project Server is used, inactive resources cannot be viewed in Microsoft Project Standard. Marked with an indicator, inactive resources are clearly displayed in resource views, and you are prompted to replace them on remaining work.

Features Only in Microsoft Project Professional

The following table displays features that are only available in Microsoft Project Professional:

Feature Microsoft Project Standard Microsoft Project Professional
Admin check-in commands Not available Used to automatically check projects, resources, and the enterprise global template back into Microsoft Project Server if they were left checked out when Microsoft Project was closed.
Enterprise global template Not available Used to standardize settings across an organization, the enterprise global template is stored in a special project on Microsoft Project Server. It can only be edited by someone with administrative privileges on the server.
Enterprise custom fields Not available Used to maintain consistency across the organization, enterprise custom fields are set up in Microsoft Project Server so that the fields and their lookup tables are the same for all projects and resources. Enterprise custom fields have specific attributes. For example, they can be required fields, so that users are prompted to enter information in that field.
Enterprise resources Not available Used to share resources across projects in the enterprise, enterprise resources are part of the organization’s pool of resources. Access to resources can be limited by permissions. Enterprise resources have a unique resource name and ID across all projects in Microsoft Project Server. Indicators differentiate local, generic, and inactive resources from enterprise resources in resource views and in the Build Team from Enterprise feature.
Build team from Enterprise Not available Used to build your team, the Build Team from Enterprise feature allows you to search for enterprise resources by any resource attribute, including availability in a specific timeframe.
Generic resources Not available Used primarily for resource substitution to replace them with specific resources who possess the same skills, generic resources are placeholder resources, not specific individuals.
Summary resource assignments Not available Summarizes the work of team members in other unopened projects in a single assignment for each project. When leveling resources in a project, summary resource assignment demands are accounted for first.
Project versions Not available. In Microsoft Project Standard, however, users can simulate project versions by saving copies of a project in different databases or folders. Supports archived and published versions of a project for “what-if” analysis and backup purposes. The published version is updated when it is opened in Microsoft Project with the latest enterprise global template and resource data. Unlike project baselines, versions represent a full copy of a project.
Project Data Services Not available Provides an extensible, secure API for solution builder access to Microsoft Project Server.
Portfolio Analyzer Not available Uses enterprise outline codes to analyze time-phased assignment data within a project or across projects in a PivotTable or PivotChart.
Resource Substitution Wizard Not available Allows you analyze the resources in the organization or within a specific department, and to make assignments based on resources’ skills and availability.
Portfolio Modeler Not available Models different project staffing scenarios to determine the feasibility of a new project, prioritize projects and resources, or find potential problems.
Resource Center Not available Displays work and availability of resources across an enterprise organization.

 

Office Compare suites available through volume licensing

Office Compare suites available through volume licensing

If you need to purchase five or more licenses, Microsoft Office offers two suites that are available through volume licensing—Office Professional Plus 2013 and Office Standard 2013. If you need fewer than five licenses, see the comparison for other Office suites.

The following table illustrates the different applications in the two suites and their enterprise value. The suites also differ in the level of integration with related business productivity servers.

 

Office Standard
2013
Office Professional Plus 2013
Applications
word_2013 Word 2013
Transform your ideas into professional-looking documents.
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excel_2013 Excel 2013
Achieve valuable insights with powerful analysis tools.
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powerpoint_2013 PowerPoint 2013
Turn your ideas into impactful presentations.
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onenote_2013 OneNote 2013
Collect your information in one easy-to-find place.
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outlook_2013 Outlook 2013 with Business Contact Manager
All of the benefits of Outlook 2013, plus powerful customer and contact management.
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publisher_2013 Publisher 2013Create professional-quality publications and marketing materials. right_logo right_logo
Office Web Apps (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote) right_logo right_logo
access_2013 Access 2013
Track and report important information with easy-to-use database tools.
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infopath_2013 InfoPath 2013Quickly collect the information your business needs with easy-to-create forms. right_logo

lync_2013 Lync 20131

Be more productive by communicating and collaborating easily with others in different locations.

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Group policy
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Compliance and archiving1

With Team Mailbox, users can: share mail and docs directly to a folder; inform or block email with sensitive information; encrypt email inside and outside of your organization. Archive recorded meetings, including IM conversations.

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Business intelligence

Explore different views of data with a click. Conduct a cross-tab analysis of large datasets for a 360° view. Predict trends by quickly charting historical trends. Scan spreadsheets for errors, hidden info, broken links, and inconsistencies. View audit trail of changes in spreadsheet.

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Enterprise voice1

Put a Lync call on hold and continue another conversation. Support for call center type of usage (group of phones rings when a single number is dialed); ability to trace malicious calls. Enable/disable ability to record Lync meetings.

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Information rights management and policy capabilities1

Safeguard digital information from unauthorized use through integration with Windows Rights Management Services (RMS) for Windows Server.

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Contextual access to business and social networking1

Get a people-centric view of your company and connect to popular social networking sites to get news from customers, prospects, and partners.

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Integrated enterprise content management1

Provide secure access to business information through operability with SharePoint.

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Publish data insights1

Publish worksheets with strong fidelity to the web, and create web databases.

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Unified instant messaging, presence, and voice1

Easily communicate with others in different locations or time zones using familiar Office tools and Lync.

Limited right_logo
Managed email folders and retention policy1

Use a variety of tools and features that improve your organization’s ability to maintain compliance with document retention policies—from accessible document creation to email retention.

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Integrated electronic forms1

Extend InfoPath forms to Internet browsers and mobile devices for use in SharePoint-enabled business workflows and other areas.

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The suites provide different levels of integration with business productivity servers. Contact a Microsoft Certified Partner to find the best solution for your needs.

Physical Memory Limits for Different OS


Physical Memory Limits for Different OS

Physical Memory Limits: Windows 8

The following table specifies the limits on physical memory for Windows 8.

Version Limit on X86 Limit on X64
Windows 8 Enterprise 4 GB 512 GB
Windows 8 Professional 4 GB 512 GB
Windows 8 4 GB 128 GB

Physical Memory Limits: Windows Server 2012

The following table specifies the limits on physical memory for Windows Server 2012. Windows Server 2012 is available only in X64 editions.

Version Limit on X64
Windows Server 2012 Datacenter 4 TB
Windows Server 2012 Standard 4 TB
Windows Server 2012 Essentials 64 GB
Windows Server 2012 Foundation 32 GB
Windows Storage Server 2012 Workgroup 32 GB
Windows Storage Server 2012 Standard 4 TB
Hyper-V Server 2012 4 TB

 

Physical Memory Limits: Windows 7

The following table specifies the limits on physical memory for Windows 7.

Version Limit on X86 Limit on X64
Windows 7 Ultimate 4 GB 192 GB
Windows 7 Enterprise 4 GB 192 GB
Windows 7 Professional 4 GB 192 GB
Windows 7 Home Premium 4 GB 16 GB
Windows 7 Home Basic 4 GB 8 GB
Windows 7 Starter 2 GB N/A

 

Physical Memory Limits: Windows Server 2008 R2

The following table specifies the limits on physical memory for Windows Server 2008 R2. Windows Server 2008 R2 is available only in 64-bit editions.

Version Limit on X64 Limit on IA64
Windows Server 2008 R2 Datacenter 2 TB
Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise 2 TB
Windows Server 2008 R2 for Itanium-Based Systems 2 TB
Windows Server 2008 R2 Foundation 8 GB
Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard 32 GB
Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 128 GB
Windows Web Server 2008 R2 32 GB

 

Physical Memory Limits: Windows Server 2008

The following table specifies the limits on physical memory for Windows Server 2008. Limits greater than 4 GB for 32-bit Windows assume that PAE is enabled.

Version Limit on X86 Limit on X64 Limit on IA64
Windows Server 2008 Datacenter 64 GB 1 TB
Windows Server 2008 Enterprise 64 GB 1 TB
Windows Server 2008 HPC Edition 128 GB
Windows Server 2008 Standard 4 GB 32 GB
Windows Server 2008 for Itanium-Based Systems 2 TB
Windows Small Business Server 2008 4 GB 32 GB
Windows Web Server 2008 4 GB 32 GB

 

Physical Memory Limits: Windows Vista

The following table specifies the limits on physical memory for Windows Vista.

Version Limit on X86 Limit on X64
Windows Vista Ultimate 4 GB 128 GB
Windows Vista Enterprise 4 GB 128 GB
Windows Vista Business 4 GB 128 GB
Windows Vista Home Premium 4 GB 16 GB
Windows Vista Home Basic 4 GB 8 GB
Windows Vista Starter 1 GB