On January 21 is definitely the new version of McAfee VirusScan Enterprise released. The main developments in this version are focused on performance improvements. Since this version the speed of the Windows system will facilitate this important update for many users.
Check out these 4 whitepapers about System Center Data Protector Manager.
In most of large System Center Configuration Manager 2007 environment different Administrators can manage the IT environment using their Administrative accounts using System Center Configuration Manager 2007 Console that is locally installed on their PCs, while the IT manager want to audit and track different Configuration Manager activities done by which of Configuration Manager Administrator and in which time. Continue reading “How to Audit Configuration Manager 2007 Activities”
The Lync Server Open Interoperability Program is now available
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Here are some nice documents about System Center Virtual Machine Manager. If you want to use them be my guest.
- Managing user roles in SCVMM
- Troubleshooting VMM
- Security Basics for VMM
- SCVMM Planning and Architecture
- How to Use the VMM Configuration Analyzer
- Hardening the VMM components
- Configuring Security for Operations Manager Integration and PRO in VMM
- Configuring Security for a Managed VMware Environment in VMM
- Configuring Operations Manager Integration with VMM
When you install the System Center Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) server, you can assign some of the ports that it will use for communications and file transfers between the VMM components. While it is a best security practice to change the default ports, not all of the ports can be changed through VMM. The default settings for the ports are listed in the following table. Continue reading “VMM Ports and Protocols”
The following table is a reference to the rights and permissions, both within and outside System Center Virtual Machine Manager (VMM), that are required to perform common administrative tasks. Within VMM, role-based security determines the VMM operations that a person can perform and the objects on which the operations can be performed. For more information, see Role-Based Security in VMM. Continue reading “Required Rights and Permissions for VMM Administrative Tasks”
Beginning with System Center Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) 2008, VMM implements role-based security to provide finer control over who can do what within the virtualized environment. This security model supports delegated administration, which was not available in VMM 2007. Self-service user roles replace the self-service policies that were used to administer virtual machine self-service in VMM 2007.
A user role defines a set of operations (grouped in a profile) that can be performed on a selected Continue reading “Role-Based Security in SCVMM”