Author: burton

Product lifecycle dashboard – Configuration Manager | Microsoft Docs

View the Microsoft Lifecycle Policy with the product lifecycle dashboard in Configuration Manager. — Read on docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sccm/core/clients/manage/asset-intelligence/product-lifecycle-dashboard

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Play and share a meeting recording in Teams – Office Support

To play a recorded meeting in Microsoft Teams, go to the chat history of the meeting and click Play. — Read on support.office.com/en-us/article/play-and-share-a-meeting-recording-in-teams-7d7e5dc5-9ae4-4b94-8589-27496037e8fa

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Modern vs Classic IN PLACE Records Management in SharePoint – Joanne C Klein

There are fundamentally two ways to manage document records in an enterprise. They’re either managed in a separate repository from where they were created OR they’re managed in place in the same location they’re created. This post talks about the latter (in place) method of Records Management (RM) in SharePoint and how it’s changed from the legacy to the……

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Advantages of a Flat SharePoint Site Architecture – Joanne C Klein

Last updated: August 2018 At the recent Microsoft Ignite conference in Orlando, there was a phrase that was bandied about by some people I trust and respect in the SharePoint space. The phrase was “[SharePoint] Subsites are the spawn of the devil!”. A provocative statement. The downside of subsites is nothing new for many people working in……

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Use @mention in comments to tag someone for feedback – Office Support

When you comment on a document, presentation, or spreadsheet and use the @-sign with someone’s name, the person you mention receives mail with a link to your comment. Clicking the link brings them into the document and into the conversation. — Read on support.office.com/en-us/article/use-mention-in-comments-to-tag-someone-for-feedback-644bf689-31a0-4977-a4fb-afe01820c1fd

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Deciding Between Editions of SQL Server for Production

Clusterless availability group — Read on www.mssqltips.com/sqlservertip/5579/deciding-between-editions-of-sql-server-for-production/ Excellent article describing the basic differences of each edition of SQL Server

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Storage Configuration Guidelines for SQL Server on Azure VM | SQL Database Engine Blog

This is the blog of the engineering team managing and developing the Database Engine for SQL Server and Azure SQL Database — Read on blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/sqlserverstorageengine/2018/09/25/storage-configuration-guidelines-for-sql-server-on-azure-vm/

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SCCM Application Deployment

www.reddit.com/r/SCCM/comments/9gvozj/video_guide_application_deployment_client_side/

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Helping customers shift to a modern desktop – Microsoft 365 Blog

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/blog/2018/09/06/helping-customers-shift-to-a-modern-desktop/

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Truth First, or Why You Should Mostly Implement Database First Designs – Java, SQL and jOOQ.

In this much overdue article, I will explain why I think that in almost all cases, you should implement a “database first” design in your application’s data models, rather than a “Java first” design (or whatever your client language is), the latter approach leading to a long road of pain and suffering, once your project……

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