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SharePoint Designer Custom Actions

User acceptance is very important in a SharePoint solution.  There are features in SharePoint that you can use to provide faster or more effective ways for employees to get their work done.  One such feature are custom actions.  There are […]

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November 15, 2014 | Dynamics CRM, SQL Server

Using SSIS to Import Data into Dynamics CRM

I am constantly being asked to import data into Dynamics CRM from various sources, and over time I have discovered that, even though the sources of data that I am importing vary, the process of performing the import is similar. […]

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November 11, 2014 | Exchange, Lync, Unified Communications

Lync to be rebranded to Skype for Business

http://blogs.skype.com/2014/11/11/introducing-skype-for-business

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November 10, 2014 |

Populating your CMDB with DSC Configuration Items Using SMA – Part 1

Creating the Custom SCSM Classes and Forms I recently worked together with my colleague  Rob Plank to come up with a solution for deploying and storing DSC items using SCSM. In this blog post I will work through the solution that […]

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November 10, 2014 |

Populating your CMDB with DSC Configuration Items Using SMA – Part 2

Extending the Runbook Automation Class and Creating the Service Request Now that we have the custom classes created the next step is to extend the runbook automation class and create a runbook template for us to use in the automation […]

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November 10, 2014 |

Populating your CMDB with DSC Configuration Items Using SMA – Part 3

Creating the SMA Runbooks and Monitor Now that our classes are ready ant the Service Request has been built we are ready to build our SMA runbooks! All of these scripts are posted on the technet gallery you will find the […]

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