Specify which Built-In Account SQL Server Services Should Use

SQL Server and its components have specific rights and permissions from the startup service account.  You can configure services to use different types of built-in accounts (or you can configure services to use domain accounts). To specify a built-in account for a SQL Server service, here’s what you need to do. Follow our daily tips:•…

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Use Group Policy to Configure Outlook Junk E-mail Filtering

Get an overview of how to use Group Policy and the OCT to enforce how Outlook handles junk e-mail in your environment. Follow our daily tips:• facebook.com/TechNetTips• twitter.com/TechNetTips• blogs.technet.com/tnmag

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Free Tools for Managing Windows Server 2008 from Windows 7

Download and install a free set of tools that let you remotely manage Windows Server from a Windows 7 system. Follow our daily tips:• facebook.com/TechNetTips• twitter.com/TechNetTips• blogs.technet.com/tnmag

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Enable Wireless Networking on Windows Server 2008 R2

Setting up a wireless connection on Windows Server 2008 R2 isn’t quite as straightforward as it is on Windows 7. Here are the steps to quickly enable wireless networking on Windows Server 2008. Follow our daily tips:• facebook.com/TechNetTips• twitter.com/TechNetTips• blogs.technet.com/tnmag

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Understand and Use the Exchange Control Panel

Get an overview of the Exchange Control Panel and how you can use it to manage Exchange from just about anywhere. Follow our daily tips:• facebook.com/TechNetTips• twitter.com/TechNetTips• blogs.technet.com/tnmag

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Understand and Fix the Outlook Web App Security Warning

Find out why users may be getting a security warning when accessing their Exchange 2010 inboxes via the Outlook Web App. And discover the easy fix. Follow our daily tips:• facebook.com/TechNetTips• twitter.com/TechNetTips• blogs.technet.com/tnmag

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