You must have tried External Content Types - the exciting new feature in SharePoint 2010 to connect to an external SQL table and provide a list where it lists, creates, updates data straight into the SQL table. People always wonder, how do you get a ECT to work with a Stored Procedure, one that has input parameters. You could do it this way... Step 1: In your SharePoint Designer 2010, create a new external content type Step 2: Connect to your SQL Server and then make sure you see the Routines (your stored procedures must be listed here) Step 3: Rt Click on the Stored Procedure name and create operations for "Read Item" and "Read List" - both are required for the External Content Type's SharePoint list to be created. During both these wizards, in the Input Parameters, your SP's Input Parameter will be listed. Here, you need to create a filter, which sends out it's value to the SP's filter. For example, if your SP's Input Parameter is @Emp
If ever you have tried using VMWare Workstation to install Windows OS, as soon as you select the .iso image, it will prompt you for the product key and you would have entered the same. But once the installation starts, it will give you this message. The unattend answer file contains an invalid product key. Either remove the invalid key or provide a valid product key in the unattend answer file to proceed with windows installation All you need to do is, Power Off the VM. Open the autoinst.flp file, find where the product key is and re-type it... guess this is a bug with VMWare which adds some special characters to the product key when given initially. Once you have saved back the file, you can re-start the installation and it will go through successfully. Screenshots below:
There is always a discussion on protecting Power BI access, enabling MFA, conditional access etc. This is very much possible. Please refer this article. https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/secure-and-audit-power-bi-in-your-organization/ I have attached a PPT with screenshots of how this works (infact, I have taken it from iGrid’s Azure Subscription) Using certain configuration, you can even block access for users, when they are not at work. Infact, you can have such a configuration done for every O365 product. You would require Azure AD Premium P1 for this and different plans are here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/cloud-platform/azure-active-directory-pricing This could approximately cost $6/user/month.