2010 TechNet Firestarter Events

I am very excited to announce our upcoming TechNet events for the remainder of 2010. Based on the feedbacks from those who attended our events in the past few quarters, we have made some changes on our deliveries. We will have two tracks simultaneously delivered in the US east coast. The ten Windows 7 Deployment…

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Office Web Apps with SharePoint 2010 or SkyDrive Explained

 What Are Office Web Apps The concept of Office Web Apps is essentially your Microsoft Office in the cloud. Enterprise customer can deploy Office Web Apps in a private cloud, while for Windows Live users Microsoft makes Office Web Apps available free in the Internet.The following is a screen capture of editing a presentation with PowerPoint Web…

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Anytime, Anywhere, Over the Web Broadcasting Your Presentation with PowerPoint 2010

Requirements: PowerPoint 2010   Internet connection   Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Safari for Mac   Live ID (Click here to get one.)     Step 1 In a target presentation, click Slide Show tab and Broadcast Slide Show button to bring up Broadcast Slide Show Dialog     Step 2 As applicable, pick a Broadcast…

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Microsoft Office Groove 2007 Workspace Replication Upon Acceptance of Invitation

This blog explains how a Groove 2007 client behaves differently from a Groove 3.x client on the replication of a workspace. Upon a client’s acceptance of a Groove workspace invitation, the current content of the workspace is replicated via a Groove cloud to the client’s end. I am referring a Groove cloud as the network…

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Groove vs. OneNote

I had a chance to participate in Microsoft Office System Webcast: Tips and Tricks for Groove 2007, Provide Anywhere, Anytime Access to People and Information (Level 100) delivered by Paul Cannon, Microsoft Groove Product Manager, on 09/16/2008 and help out in answering questions in the background. Paul did a great job in delivering a lot…

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Restricting Groove Collaborations Based On Groove Domain Policies

This post assume you have some experience of Groove admin console.   With Groove domain policy settings, an administrator can enforce corporate policies on Groove collaborations. First, we must deploy the Device Management Key to our Groove clients, such that a Groove domain policy becomes enforceable. Two ways there are to configure a managed client: Adding the Device Management Key, as shown…

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Selected Groove Resources

Groove Home Page for General Info System Requirements Microsoft Office Groove 2007 User’s Guide   Groove Server TechCenter Downloadable Books for Office Groove 2007 – Planning, Deployment, Operations, Security, & Troubleshooting Getting Started for Office Groove Server 2007 Microsoft Office Groove and SharePoint Integration  Security and Protection for Office Groove Server 2007 Groove Security Architecture Groove…

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Groove Non-Managed Client

In Groove infrastructure, there are 2 essential servers, Groove Server 2007 Manager and Groove Server 2007 Relay. The former is where a Groove domain gets created and accounts populated (while the account configurations are actually stored in an associated SQL backend.) For a non-managed account, i.e. one configures/activate a Groove account without a configuration code…

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Groove Communications

Groove communicates with Simple Symmetric Transmission Protocol (SSTP) using 2 types of connections. Using phone conversation as an example, when Alice calls bob, if Bob answers the call, they are directly connected. This is logically similar to a Groove-to-Groove connection between two Groove clients. If for some reason, Bob is not answering the phone; Alice will…

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IRM-Enabled SharePoint Documents in Groove Workspace

Windows Server 2008 has Rights Management Services (RMS, which is a server add-on feature) as an installable role and seamlessly integrated into the OS. Further Information Rights Management (IRM, which is the client ability to comply with what is set to be enforced by RMS) can be enabled in SharePoint Central Admin (after installing RMS client on the…

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