Damir Dizdarevic

Damir
Dizdarevic

Damir Dizdarevic is manager of the Learning Center at Logosoft in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. He's an MVP for Windows Server, and an MCSE, MCTS, MCITP, and MCT. He works as a system designer for enterprise environments, and he's also an author of several Microsoft Official Courses for Windows Server and Exchange Server.

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Windows Server 2012 R2 Work Folders 4
Windows Server 2012 R2's Work Folders functionality represents a significant enhancement in data synchronization and accessibility in BYOD environments.
Microsoft System Center 2012 SP1 Virtual Machine Manager User Roles
With user roles, you can set up a system of well-defined management permissions in Microsoft System Center 2012 SP1 Virtual Machine Manager (VMM).
Understanding App Controller 2012
Get the basics on System Center App Controller: how to install and configure it and how it works with System Center VMM and Windows Azure.
Unleash the Power of Windows Phone 1
Application support for Windows Phone was significantly improved leading up to the release of Windows Phone 7.5. Even using only free apps, you can greatly enhance Windows Phone's capabilities.
Integrating Mobile Platforms with Exchange Server 2010
Determining which mobile platform best integrates with Exchange 2010 can be difficult, especially because the current solutions all have limitations. The author compares Windows Mobile 6.5, Windows Phone 7, iOS 4.3, and Android 2.2 to help you make the best decision for your environment.
Multi-Mailbox Search in Exchange Server 2010 1
Multi-Mailbox Search in Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 lets administrators search users' mailbox data either from the GUI or the command line—without requiring them to have full access rights on the mailbox objects.
Using IPsec to Isolate Servers in Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, and Windows Vista
The new IPsec-based Connection Security Rules in Server 2008 and Vista provide excellent server-isolation tools. Get some important advice about server isolation, along with the steps you need to take to configure it.
The Feature Behind the <em>Remember my password</em> Check Box 1
With the Stored User Names and Passwords feature, users don’t have to remember multiple passwords, which means they’ll be less likely to use weak passwords. This article introduces readers to this feature and explains how it works.
How Messages Move in a Multiserver Exchange 2007 Environment
Trace the flow of outgoing and incoming messages as they move between several Exchange Server 2007 server roles.
Deploy Exchange 2007 on a Single Server 3
Exchange Server 2007 is designed to work on at least two physical servers, but you can set it up on just one—by making some configuration changes that enable the Hub Transport server role to handle Internet email and adding security to the Mailbox role.
SP1 Improvements to Windows Vista 3
Windows Vista SP1 delivers security, performance, and reliability updates that will make existing Vista users happy, and maybe even convince Windows XP users to upgrade.
Top 12 Features of Exchange Server 2007 SP1
Take a tour through one Exchange administrator’s top 12 favorite features in Exchange Server 2007 SP1. In this unusually feature-rich service pack, the number one pick is the ability to install Exchange 2007 SP1 on Windows Server 2008.
Windows Server 2008’s RemoteApp
RemoteApp enhances end users’ experience while using terminal applications and gives administrators more detailed control over terminal resources and security.
SP3 Adds NAP to XP
WPA, MMC, RDC, PNRP, and BITS get updates too, but if you're looking for a lot of new functionality, buy Vista. XP SP3's main virtue is combining the many patches since SP2 in one package.
Windows Vista’s Wireless Security 3
Use Vista’s wireless networking features to enhance wireless security from the client side.
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