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Windows Server 2012 : Managing and Troubleshooting Hardware (part 4) - Viewing device and driver details
You use Device Manager to view and configure hardware devices. You’ll spend a lot of time working with this tool, so you should get to know it before working with devices.
Windows Server 2012 : Managing and Troubleshooting Hardware (part 3) - Installing new devices
After you install or connect a new hardware device, you must set up the device so that it is available for use. Most available new devices are Plug and Play compatible.
Windows Server 2012 : Managing and Troubleshooting Hardware (part 2) - Understanding device installation
Unlike early versions of Windows, Windows Server 2012 is very good at detecting devices that were not installed after upgrading or installing the operating system
Windows Server 2012 : Managing and Troubleshooting Hardware (part 1) - Understanding hardware installation changes
Hardware installation for Windows Server 2012 hasn’t changed much. What has changed significantly, however, are the available options when it comes to hardware devices. All computers can use internal and external hardware devices.
Windows 8 : User Accounts (part 4) - Advanced User Management with Control Panel
PC Settings is cute and everything, but if you want to dive into the nitty-gritty of user account management, you’ll need to visit the old-school Control Panel interface instead.
Windows 8 : User Accounts (part 3) - Managing Accounts
In previous Windows versions, we managed local user accounts in Control Panel, a desktop user interface that dates back to the earliest days of Windows.
Windows 8 : User Accounts (part 2) - Making the Most of a Domain or Local Account
If you are signing in to a PC with a domain or local account, there are some changes you can make to provide you with the best possible experience.
Windows 8 : User Accounts (part 1) - Understanding Account Types
Domain accounts are used by corporations that utilize an Active Directory infrastructure running on top of Windows Server. The account is centrally managed by your employer, as are whatever permissions and capabilities you may be able to enjoy.
Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2008 R2 : Administration basics (part 2) - Windows Server 2008 R2 administration tools
You will be introduced to various Windows Server 2008 R2 administrative tools. However, there are some key tools you should familiarize yourself with up front. These tools provide administration of some of the most basic, yet most critical aspects of the Windows OS.
Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2008 R2 : Administration basics (part 1) - Microsoft Management Console 101, Overview of Server Manager
The Microsoft Management Console (MMC) was introduced with the release of Windows 2000 as the premier tool for managing Windows Servers. The MMC was not only powerful but also very customizable.
Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2008 R2 : Automating the installation process - Installing and configuring WDS
As you may assume, deploying Windows via WDS requires pushing a significant amount of files over the network. WDS uses multicast technologies to ensure that multiple simultaneous OS deployments do not bring your network to its knees.
Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2008 R2 : Product activation and Key Management Services
Microsoft OSs are often used by individuals and business organizations that either do not purchase the licenses to use the software or purchase fewer licenses than they really use.
Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2008 R2 : Performing postinstallation tasks (part 5) - Configuring disk drives - Creating a RAID 5 volume
The process of creating a RAID-5 volume is very similar to creating a mirrored volume. This time you will need to ensure that you have at least three disk drives to be included in the RAID array. Once the drives are installed, you are ready to create the RAID-5 volume.
Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2008 R2 : Performing postinstallation tasks (part 4) - Configuring disk drives - Creating a mirrored volume
Creating a mirrored volume is a fairly easy process. The first step you will need to complete is to add a second physical disk drive to the server. This disk drive will need to be at least of the same size as the first disk in the server.
Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2008 R2 : Performing postinstallation tasks (part 3) - Configuring disk drives - Basic disks versus dynamic disks, Dynamic disk volumes
Windows Server 2008 R2 disk drives can be set up as Basic Disks, the default, or Dynamic Disks which provide more advanced features, such as the ability to create a RAID set for increased performance and fault tolerance.
Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2008 R2 : Performing postinstallation tasks (part 2) - Windows Server 2008 R2 roles
In this section, we will review each of the roles available in Windows Server 2008 R2. You should understand these roles and the services they provide prior to installing them on your server. Tables 1 and 2 provide a description of the available server roles and features, respectively.
Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2008 R2 : Performing postinstallation tasks (part 1) - Configuring initial settings, Understanding roles and features
The first configuration step that most administrators perform is setting up the network configuration. This can be as simple as assigning a static IP address or as complicated as adding additional network adapters or protocols.
Review : Apple iMac with Retina 5K display
The highlight of the new iMac has to be its 27-inch Retina 5K display with a stunning resolution of 5,120 x 2,880 pixels. This means it has 14.7 million pixels, or four times more than a standard 27-inch iMac display and 67 per cent more than a 4K (3,840 x 2,160 pixels) display.
Windows Server 2012 : Implementing Group Policy preferences (part 4) - Windows Settings extensions,Control Panel Settings extensions
Figure 7 shows the different preference extensions for Windows settings that are available under Computer Configuration and User Configuration.
Windows Server 2012 : Implementing Group Policy preferences (part 3) - Understanding preferences - Item-level targeting, Configuring a preference item
As an example of configuring a preference item, you will create an item that will map a network drive for a user targeted by a GPO.
Windows Server 2012 : Implementing Group Policy preferences (part 2) - Understanding preferences - Common options, Using environment variables
Several preference options are common to most types of preferences. These options can be configured using the Common tab on the properties sheet of the preference item
Windows Server 2012 : Implementing Group Policy preferences (part 1) - Understanding preferences - Preference categories, Configuring preferences
Unlike policies, which can be configured in both domain and local GPOs, preferences can be configured only in domain GPOs.
Windows Server 2012 : Managing Group Policy using Windows PowerShell - Creating and linking GPOs
You can use the Invoke-GPUpdate cmdlet to refresh Group Policy settings on remote computers. This cmdlet works by scheduling the running of the Gpupdate.exe command on the remote computers.
Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2008 R2 : Installing Windows Server 2008 R2 (part 2) - Installing Windows Server 2008 R2—Server Core
Installing Windows Server 2008 R2 Server Core basically follows the same process as installing the full server option. The key differences are revealed only after installation after you log on for the first time.
Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2008 R2 : Installing Windows Server 2008 R2 (part 1)
After you have performed the preinstallation tasks, you are ready to install the OS. In this section, we will go through installing a clean, full server installation of Windows Server 2008 R2.
Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2008 R2 : Preparing to install Windows Server 2008 R2
This planning includes being sure that the server hardware meets the system requirements, determining whether to upgrade an existing OS, and selecting the appropriate Windows Server edition.
Fast Response Monitors Group Test (Part 6) - Philips 242G5DJEB
Just as with the liyama ProLite monitor, this Philips 242G5DJEB is a monitor with the gamer squarely targeted in its sights. It trumpets this by making sure the semi-magical 144Hz badge adorns nearly every conceivable surface of the box and packaging. It's not just gamers that would greatly benefit from the features this monitor has to offer, though.
Fast Response Monitors Group Test (Part 5) - AOC E2461FWH
AOC has had something of a run in recent years of really good, value for money monitors with a wealth of features and great performance. This, the E2461FWH, is a slightly older model (being from 2013), but it's certainly more than enough for the vast majority of users to sink their teeth into.
Fast Response Monitors Group Test (Part 4) - BenQ GL2450
This is a 24" TN LED backlit panel capable of 1920 x 1080 with a native contrast ratio of 1000:1 and a dynamic contrast ratio of 12,000,000:1. It has a 2ms response time, which is reasonable enough, but sadly lacks any HDMI - instead opting to provide a single DVI and VGA; there are also no built-in speakers on this model, although in some respects that's not a bad thing.
Fast Response Monitors Group Test (Part 3) - Iiyama ProLite GB2773HS-6B1
The design of the GB2773HS-GB1 is okay, but there's rather a thick shiny black bezel surrounding the screen that tends to distract somewhat. It's also quite a heavy monitor weighing 7.4kg, and measuring in at 647 x 415.5 x 230mm.
Fast Response Monitors Group Test (Part 2) - Asus VN247H
Its VN247H, however, is something a little different from the norm: a 24” LED 1920 x 1080p backlit panel, with a Smart Contrast Ratio of 80,000,000:1 and a response time of just 1 ms. It has a pair of HDMI ports, DVI, VGA, 3.5mm audio jack for PC input and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Fast Response Monitors Group Test (Part 1) - Acer G276HLA
The Acer G276HLA is, by any standard, a very good monitor. It's a larger than average, 27“ TN panel with a decent enough 2ms response time that comes with HDMI, DVI and VGA inputs and a dynamic contrast ratio of 100,0,000:1. Viewing angles are 170° on the horizontal, and 160° on the vertical, which isn't up to IPS standards but good enough for the average user.
Windows 8 : Using Hyper-V - Configuring virtual machine networking and storage (part 3)
After a virtual switch type is selected, it functions as an object that can be assigned to one or more virtual machines. Further, each virtual machine has a virtual hardware inventory in which each network adapter can be assigned a virtual switch.
Windows 8 : Using Hyper-V - Configuring virtual machine networking and storage (part 2) - Hyper-V virtual switch
As mentioned previously, the Hyper-V virtual switch can operate three modes: external, internal, and private. Each of these switch modes has different characteristics that need to be considered before placing VMs on them.
Windows 8 : Using Hyper-V - Configuring virtual machine networking and storage (part 1) - Introducing storage and networking for Hyper-V
The key concept for both storage and networking for Hyper-V is that, in both situations, the virtualized devices are communicating on behalf of the Windows 8 connectivity technologies. Both the Hyper-V virtual switch and Virtual Fibre Channel technologies have an underlying address scheme.
Windows 8 : Using other management tools remotely (part 3) - Microsoft Management Console
Management consoles have been part of Windows for a long time and remain useful in Windows 8. Many, if not all of the GUI-based management tools are actually run inside a management console, which shows how much they are used every day.
Windows 8 : Using other management tools remotely (part 2) - Windows PowerShell
Windows PowerShell is a command shell and scripting language designed to help you achieve all you can from the Windows GUI at the command line. Windows PowerShell is not new in Windows 8, but it is becoming more prevalent within the management of the operating system.
Windows 8 : Using other management tools remotely (part 1) - Netsh, Windows Remote Shell
Netsh has been around for several versions of Windows and is used to manage networking components on both local and remote computers. This command-line tool and scripting shell can help troubleshoot, correct, and automate working with network adapters and other components in Windows.
Windows 8 : Configuring, managing, and troubleshooting connections (part 3) - Connecting to VPNs in Windows 8
Today, people can work from just about anywhere as long as they have a computer and an Internet connection. Many companies configure VPNs to enable employees in remote locations to connect securely from their local computer to the office network.
Windows 8 : Configuring, managing, and troubleshooting connections (part 2) - Using Troubleshooter
If your network is down and there are problems with switches or routers, seeing information from a stack of workstations won’t be helpful.
 
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