Thanks for joining us for another MVP Friday Five. This week we have collected five more great articles written by MVPs including how to’s, insights, feature overviews and a chapter by chapter book synopsis. MVPs contribute to the technology community every day, and our MVP Friday Five series serves up a sampling of these contributions by highlighting articles and blog posts written by MVPs each week. As always, this week’s articles are filled with the expert knowledge we have come to expect from Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals.
1. How To: Automatically Add All Authenticated Users to SharePoint Security Group
By SharePoint Server MVP Yaroslav Pentsarasky
Yaroslav shows you how to create a custom security group with the Read permission level and how that group will automatically have All Authenticated Users reserved “user” added to it.
2. The SharePoint 2010 Handbook – Guest Article by MVP John Timney
By SharePoint Server MVP John Timney | @jtimney
In this guest post John provides a brief synopsis of the chapters of “The SharePoint 2010 Handbook” which results in a great blow-by-blow overview of several key areas relating to SharePoint 20120.
3. Using the New EWS Password Expiration Operation in Exchange 2010 SP2 in Powershell
By Exchange Server MVP Glen Scales | @glenscales
Glen shows you how to make the most of one of the new operations in the Exchange 20120 SP2 released this week: GetPasswordExpiration.
4. Agenda or Table of Content, a Necessity in Presentation?
By PowerPoint MVP Shawn Toh
Many people will agree that it is good to have an agenda or table of contents in a presentation. But are they really necessary? Find out more from PowerPoint MVP Shaw Toh.
5. Powershell Module for Hpyer-V
By Virtual Machine MVP Kuruwitage Susanta Silva
In this blog post, MVP Susantha shows you how to install Powershell modules correctly into Windows 2008 R2 server
We are always looking for more MVP stories for our Friday Five series. If you’re an MVP and would like your blog posts considered for our MVP Friday Five, please provide your URL in the comments section below or reach out to your MVP Lead!
I just blogged this post that explains how to perform running and sliding aggregations using OVER/ORDER BY with the traditional aggregate functions in SQL Server 2012. Perhaps you can consider it for an upoming Friday Five: bit.ly/lenniblog_SQL2012RunningSlidingAggregates.