! Microsoft’s SharePoint Server Gets DoD Certification

Hi,

“Microsoft on Tuesday showed off a new feather in its cap for its SharePoint product as the backend server version of its Office collaboration and document management tool recently received U.S. Department of Defense 5015.2 certification.

The certification is endorsed by the National Archives and Records Administration as the benchmark for government and corporate organizations that manage records and documents. Other enterprise software products that fit the government’s criteria include IBM’s DB2 Records Manager v4.1.2; SAP(SAP)’s Public Sector Records Management v2.1; EMC’s Records Activator v5.3-MS SharePoint Integration; Interwoven’s RecordsManager v6.0; and CA’s Records Manager v7.5, SR4 (formerly known as MDY FileSurf v7.5, SR4).

Microsoft said it would make add-on packs that will be available free to customers later this year that meets the DOD’s 5015.2 criteria, integrate Exchange Server 2007, and extending SharePoint Server 2007’s records management capabilities. … ”

More information and source: http://www.informationweek.com/windows/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=199703089&cid=RSSfeed_TechWeb

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Eduardo Petizme
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! Windows Server 2008 will be the last 32 bits server

Hi,

Microsoft has announced that Windows Server 2008 will be the last 32-bit system it releases, for servers or clients, as it makes its way fully into the world of 64-bit computing.

Speaking at the WinHEC 2007 conference in Los Angeles, Microsoft chairman Bill Gates outlined the benefits of 64-bit computing, such as the amount of information that can be crunched in one go as a data set and advanced memory technology.

Source here.

Eduardo Petizme
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Windows Server System – ISA Server
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! Windows Longhorn ==> Windows Server 2008

Hi,

Directly of Los Angelas, USA, Bill Gates officialized yesterday, at WinHEC that Windows ‘Longhorn’ Server will be called  Windows Server 2008.

You can get the Beta 3 at http://www.microsoft.com/getbeta3

Official site: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2008/default.mspx

Source: here

Eduardo Petizme
MVP
Windows Server System – ISA Server
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Blog Portugues: http://petizme.spaces.live.com
English Blog: http://msmvps.com/blogs/petizme
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! WebCasts by Petizme

Hi,

More one step done, 3 WebCasts and 4 Chats made for TechNet Brazil, was:

The second part of ISA Server I passed to MVP Alberto Oliveira, done with great success !

Thanks to moderators Alberto Oliveira and Diogo Henrique and Rogério Jerez by all help to support my WebCasts. Thanks too to Microsoft IT Pros – Danilo Bordini and Rodrigo Dias for this opportunity, in compensation (feedback on Q&A) I was approved by majority of the public, about content and clarity of the informations.

Next semester we have more !!!

Bye,

Eduardo Petizme
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Windows Server System – ISA Server
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! KB’s ISA 2004 – 8/May/2007

hi,

Released today:

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Eduardo Petizme
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! ISA Server 2006 Events Help

Hi,

This Help file contains information about common events generated by ISA Server 2006, including detailed message explanations, recommended user actions, and links to additional support and resources.

Link: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/isa/2006/downloads/events.mspx

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Eduardo Petizme
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Windows Server System – ISA Server
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! Windows Server ‘Longhorn’ E-Learning

Hi,

In this online collection composed of four clinics, you are introduced to the new features and functionality in Windows Server “Longhorn”. This includes server virtualization, security and policy management, branch office management, centralized application access, and server management. This online collection is composed of a rich multimedia experience.
It is intended for IT Professionals who are interested in the new features and functionality in Windows Server “Longhorn”.

Look at https://www.microsoftelearning.com/eLearning/offerDetail.aspx?offerPriceId=122531

Source: http://www.activewin.com/awin/comments.asp?HeadlineIndex=39145

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Eduardo Petizme
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Windows Server System – ISA Server
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! Problems w/ ISA 2004 – SP3 ?!? Roolback…

Hi all,

The ISA Team (Jim Harrison) blog a post about roolback of SP3 – ISA 2004.

More information at http://blogs.technet.com/isablog/archive/2007/05/03/isa-server-2004-service-pack-3-rollback-failure-and-temporary-resolution.aspx

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Eduardo Petizme
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Windows Server System – ISA Server
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English Blog: http://msmvps.com/blogs/petizme
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! Tool for ISA 2004 SP3 – Diagnostic Logging Viewer

Hi,

The ISA Server Diagnostic Logging Viewer is a command-line tool for easily viewing and querying log entries generated by the diagnostic logging feature introduced in Microsoft® Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) 2004 Service Pack 3. The tool builds queries for filtering diagnostic logging events based on the command-line options that you select, and then uses Log Parser 2.2 to perform the filtering.

The output can be displayed in the Command Prompt window or in a graphical window opened by Log Parser, or it can be saved as an HTML file that can be opened in a browser application, such as Internet Explorer. Output that is displayed in a browser application can be filtered further to obtain the log entries related to a specific logging context.

Download at http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=f8a0bf4c-639e-41ef-89f6-050db1b2725d&DisplayLang=en

Source: here

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Windows Server System – ISA Server
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