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    Describes a problem that occurs if you install the .NET Framework 1.1 Service Pack 1 after you install Academic Teaching Tools 2003 or Academic Student Tools 2003.
    A mailbox plan is a template that automatically populates multiple mailbox properties and assigns default permissions to users. You use mailbox plans to provision mailboxes for a particular user population with a common default configuration. For example, in Microsoft Live@edu, you can assign a mailbox plan to students, which hides their contact information from the shared address book. This mailbox plan can help satisfy some of the privacy and compliance requirements of acts such as the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) in the United States or the Data Protection Act in Europe. You can assign a different mailbox plan to faculty members so that their contact information is displayed in the shared address book.
    Describes a problem that occurs when you install the .NET Framework 1.1 Service Pack 1. Visual Studio .NET 2003 Academic Student Tools and Teaching Tools do not start and you receive an error message.
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    Describes beginner database normalization terminology. Requires basic familiarity with the user interface on a single-user computer. Describes different normal forms and gives useful examples.
    Describes Part 1 of the Visual Studio .NET 2003 Readme file.
    Describes Part 1 of the Visual Studio .NET 2002 Readme file.
    This article explains the basics of database normalization terminology. A basic understanding of this terminology is helpful when discussing the design of a relational database. NOTE : Microsoft also offers a WebCast that discusses the basics of...
    Describes a scenario in which you unexpectedly have no option to change subscription plans in Office 365.
    Describes information about the features that are included with different editions of Microsoft products that use the Microsoft .NET Framework.

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