Windows Sharepoint Services (WSS)
sharepointserverWindows Sharepoint Services (WSS) is a portal-based platform for creating, managing and sharing documents and customized Web services
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A SharePoint page is built by combining components. The components, which are called Web parts or modules, are enhanced ASP.Net pages. Pages can be linked together to create a portal or site.
"Out of the box" Sharepoint includes:
Alerts - An opt-in feature that allows users to be notified about changes or additions to specific SharePoint sites.
Audiences -- Groups of users who meet certain criteria. Users are said to be a member of an audience if they meet that audience’s membership criteria. Permissions are granted through Active Directory.
Discussions -- Traditional newsgroup forums, document discussions and wiki discussions.
Document Workspaces -- Sometimes called a page, a portal or a site. Contains a document library, tasks, links and other components.
Libraries -- Shared storage. The default segments are document libraries, form libraries and picture libraries.
Lists -- A collection of information items displayed in an area or on a site. List types include: announcements, links, contacts, events, tasks and issues.
My Site -- A single page portal that contains the user’s personal sites, links, etc. My Site consists of both a public and private view. The private view is intended as a personal workplace for the individual end user. The public view acts like a business card that can be accessed by other portal users.
Site groups -- A custom security group with read or write permissions for a specific SharePoint portal.
Site templates -- Pre-defined architecture and page designs to simplify the creation of new elements for a site.

Active Directory 
network_diagramMicrosoft Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS)
Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) is a server role in Active Directory that allows admins to manage and store information about resources from a network, as well as application data, in a distributed database. AD DS can also help admins manage a network's elements (computers and end users) and reorder them into a custom hierarchy.
Active Directory is Microsoft's trademarked directory service, an integral part of the Windows 2000 architecture. Like other directory services, such as Novell Directory Services (NDS), Active Directory is a centralized and standardized system that automates network management of user data, security, and distributed resources, and enables interoperation with other directories. Active Directory is designed especially for distributed networking environments.
Active Directory features include:
Support for the X.500 standard for global directories
The capability for secure extension of network operations to the Web
A hierarchical organization that provides a single point of access for system administration (management of user accounts, clients, servers, and applications, for example) to reduce redundancy and errors
An object-oriented storage organization, which allows easier access to information
Support for the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) to enable inter-directory operability
Designed to be both backward compatible and forward compatible

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Microsoft Exchange Server
repjbaMicrosoft Exchange Server is a mail server and calendaring server developed by Microsoft. It runs exclusively on Windows Server operating systems.
Exchange Server was initially Microsoft's internal mail server. The first version of Exchange Server to be published outside Microsoft was Exchange Server 4.0. Exchange initially used the X.400 directory service but switched to Active Directory later. Versions 4.0 and 5.0 came bundled with an email client called Microsoft Exchange Client. It was discontinued in favor of Microsoft Outlook.
Exchange Server uses a proprietary protocol called MAPI. Over time, however, it added support for POP3, IMAP, SMTP, and EAS.
Exchange Server is licensed both in the forms of on-premises software and software as a service. In the on-premises form, customer purchase client access licenses (CALs).

Cisco Devices Configuration Management
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analysis by our IT experts have revealed that the commonest cause for most Network outages is faulty configuration changes. In IT enterprises, network administrators manage a large number of network devices and quite often they need to carry out unplanned configuration changes. As configuration changes have to be made almost continuously, administrators are struggling to keep track of the changes done to the configurations. In the face of network outages, it becomes difficult to troubleshoot. Network Configuration Manager helps maintain versions of device configurations in a secure, centralized repository and manage them from a single interface.
Network devices are the crucial components of the enterprise and any unauthorized configuration change could wreak havoc on the network. Even when genuine configuration changes are done, the security professionals are required to ensure that the changes do not create any impact on the network security. Network Configuration Manager helps the network security professionals to take total control of the configuration changes.
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