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Windows Server 2003 : Supporting and Troubleshooting Terminal Server (part 4) - Managing and Troubleshooting Terminal Server - Device Redirection
Once a user has successfully connected, Windows Server 2003 and the Remote Desktop Connection client provide a wide array of device redirection options
Windows Server 2003 : Supporting and Troubleshooting Terminal Server (part 3) - Managing and Troubleshooting Terminal Server - Connection Configuration
A user’s ability to connect and log on to a terminal server is determined by a number of factors, each of which, if not functioning properly, produces a unique error message
Windows Server 2003 : Supporting and Troubleshooting Terminal Server (part 2) - Managing and Troubleshooting Terminal Server - Points of Administration
Several processes occur as a user connects to a terminal server; and at each step, there are opportunities to configure the behavior of the connection.
Windows Server 2003 : Supporting and Troubleshooting Terminal Server (part 1) - Installing and Configuring a Terminal Server Environment
Terminal Server can be installed using the Add/Remove Windows Components Wizard, which itself is found in Add Or Remove Programs, or by using the Configure Your Server Wizard, which can be launched from the Manage Your Server page.
Windows 7 : Configuring and Troubleshooting Internet Explorer Security - How to Identify Group Policy Restrictions
Businesses need complete control over their users' Web browsing abilities, and Internet Explorer provides an extreme amount of flexibility. For example, administrators can use Group Policy settings to turn off tabbed browsing, allow pop-ups, turn off suggestions, restrict search providers, or turn off the Favorites bar.
Windows 7 : Configuring and Troubleshooting Internet Explorer Security - How to Troubleshoot Certificate Problems
Since about 2003, most popular browsers have supported SSL certificates with Subject Alternative Names (SANs). SANs are host names for which an SSL certificate is valid.
Windows 7 : Configuring and Troubleshooting Internet Explorer Security - Adding Sites to the Trusted Sites List , Protected Mode
Protected Mode is a form of defense-in-depth. Protected Mode is a factor only if malicious code successfully compromises the Web browser and runs. In these cases, Protected Mode limits the damage the process can do without the user's permission.
Windows 7 : Configuring and Troubleshooting Internet Explorer Security - Internet Explorer Add-Ons (part 2) - How to Configure ActiveX Add-Ons
ActiveX is a technology that enables powerful applications with rich user interfaces to run within a Web browser. For that reason, many organizations have developed ActiveX components as part of a Web application, and many attackers have created ActiveX components to abuse the platform's capabilities
Windows 7 : Configuring and Troubleshooting Internet Explorer Security - Internet Explorer Add-Ons (part 1)
If an add-on is causing serious enough problems that you can't start Internet Explorer, you can disable the add-on without opening Internet Explorer by following these steps
Windows Server 2008 : Using ntdsutil - Seizing an Operations Master Role
If a DC hosting a critical operations master role (previously called flexible single master operations role, [FSMO]) fails, you might need to have another DC take over the role.
Windows Server 2008 : Using ntdsutil - Performing an Authoritative Restore, Removing a Domain Controller from Active Directory
When you do a normal nonauthoritative restore in a domain with more than one DC, the restored DC will replicate with other DCs in the domain to update itself. The restored DC will quickly have all the changes that occurred since the last backup.
Windows Server 2008 : Using ntdsutil - Moving Active Directory to a Different Drive, Defragmenting Active Directory
AD performs an online defragmentation every 12 hours by default. This is normally all that’s required. However, the online defragmentation does not reduce the size of the ntds.dit database file.
Windows Server 2008 : Using ntdsutil - Resetting the Directory Services Restore Mode Password, Changing the Garbage Collection Logging Level
When objects are deleted, it frees up space in the database but the database file size does not change. In other words, if the database is 100 MB, and then you delete 100 objects, the database size will still be 100 MB but it will have more free space.
Windows Server 2003 : Deploying Stub Zones - Benefits of Stub Zones, Stub Zone Updates
Stub zones are most frequently used to keep track of the name servers that are authoritative for delegated zones. Most often, stub zones are hosted on the parent DNS servers of those delegated zones.
Windows Server 2003 : Creating Zone Delegations - Delegating Zones
To delegate a zone means to assign authority over portions of your DNS namespace to subdomains within this namespace. A zone delegation occurs when the responsibility for the resource records of a subdomain is passed from the owner of the parent domain to the owner of the subdomain.
Windows Server 2003 : Configuring Advanced DNS Server Properties (part 2)
In a network that uses IP subnetting (nondefault subnet masks), a DNS server first returns any IP addresses that match both the client’s network ID and subnet ID before returning any IP addresses that match only the client’s network ID.
Windows Server 2003 : Configuring Advanced DNS Server Properties (part 1)
The server installation settings include six server options, which are either on or off, and three other server features with various selections for configuration. Table 1 shows the defaults settings for all nine features.
Windows 7 : Working with the Multi-Touch User Interface (part 3) - Adding Multi-Touch Interface Functionality
The example application presents a typical business situation in that you'll use a similar process for any application you create. In many cases, you'll create the application first, test it, and then add a Multi-Touch Interface to it.
Windows 7 : Working with the Multi-Touch User Interface (part 2) - Obtaining the Multi-Touch Platform Interop Library, Configuring the Application
The Multi-Touch example begins with a Windows Forms application. The application has two push buttons, Test and Quit, that the user will be able to interact with, using keyboard, mouse, or touch (assuming the user's system has a touch device).
Windows 7 : Working with the Multi-Touch User Interface (part 1)
A number of uses for the Multi-Touch Interface come almost instantly to mind. The first is for tablet use. Someone driving a delivery truck or working with a tablet in some other way is an obvious candidate for this technology. However, at least as of this writing, there aren't any tablet devices that are compatible with the Multi-Touch Interface.
Windows Server 2003 : Configuring Zone Properties and Transfers (part 4)
Aging in DNS refers to the process of placing a timestamp on a dynamically registered resource record and then tracking the age of this record. Scavenging refers to the process of deleting outdated resource records on which timestamps have been placed.
Windows Server 2003 : Configuring Zone Properties and Transfers (part 3)
Aging in DNS refers to the process of placing a timestamp on a dynamically registered resource record and then tracking the age of this record. Scavenging refers to the process of deleting outdated resource records on which timestamps have been placed.
Windows Server 2003 : Configuring Zone Properties and Transfers (part 2)
The General tab also allows you to configure the dynamic updates settings for a zone. Three dynamic update settings are available for Active Directory-integrated DNS zones: None, Nonsecure And Secure, and Secure Only. For standard zones, only two settings are available: None and Nonsecure And Secure.
Windows Server 2003 : Configuring Zone Properties and Transfers (part 1)
The Pause button allows you to pause and resume name resolution for the zone. Note that this feature does not allow you to pause or resume the DNS Server service.
Windows 7 : Managing Pictures with Windows Live Photo Gallery (part 14) - Sharing with E-mail, Sharing on the Web: Services Integration
As you might expect of a Windows Live application, Windows Live Photo Gallery offers unique integration points with other Windows Live online services, especially Windows Live Photos, Microsoft's photo-sharing service. Perhaps more impressive, it also offers some integration with non-Microsoft online services. It's time to examine this integration.
Windows 7 : Managing Pictures with Windows Live Photo Gallery (part 13) - Printing Pictures and Ordering Prints, Adding Photos to Movies, DVDs, and Data Discs
Photo Gallery also offers basic integration features with Windows Live Movie Maker, Windows DVD Maker, and Windows' integrated CD and DVD burning capabilities to help you create movies of your photo slide shows or data discs full of your favorite pictures.
Windows 7 : Managing Pictures with Windows Live Photo Gallery (part 12) - Using Photos as Slide Shows
Finally, one of the neatest, if underappreciated, features in Windows Live Photo Gallery is its ability to create attractive photo slide shows. While Windows 7 offers a simple slide show capability via the shell, the slide show functionality in Photo Gallery is far more impressive.
Windows 7 : Managing Pictures with Windows Live Photo Gallery (part 11) - Enjoying Photos on Your Own PC
Before we get into the various ways in which you can share your digital memories with others, we want to examine a few ways in which you can enjoy your photos on your own PC.
Windows 7 : Managing Pictures with Windows Live Photo Gallery (part 10) - Resizing Photos,Creating Panoramic Photos , Editing with Other Applications
While the crop functionality described previously works well for what it is, you often will want to resize a photo for specific needs. Perhaps you want to create something that correctly fits the resolution of your screen so it will make a good desktop wallpaper.
Windows 7 : Managing Pictures with Windows Live Photo Gallery (part 9) - Editing Pictures
When you double-click an image in Photo Gallery, the application switches into a viewer mode, which is what you see when you open image files directly from the Windows shell. In this view, you'll often want to click the Fix button to display the application's image editing functions.
Windows 7 : Managing Pictures with Windows Live Photo Gallery (part 8) - Importing Images from a Digital Camera or Memory Card
When you plug in a compatible camera (via USB) or memory card (via a memory card reader), the Windows 7 Auto Play function will kick in by default, asking you what you'd like to do.
Windows 7 : Managing Pictures with Windows Live Photo Gallery (part 7) - Importing Images with a Scanner
While the world has pretty much transitioned to digital photography, many people still have older photos and other paper-based content that they want to digitize and add to their digital photo collections.
Windows 7 : Managing Pictures with Windows Live Photo Gallery (part 6) - Using People Tags, Searching for Pictures in Photo Gallery
We've saved the best metadata functionality in Windows Live Photo Gallery for last, and think you'll agree that this is both the most interesting and potentially the most productive way to tag your photos.
Windows 7 : Managing Pictures with Windows Live Photo Gallery (part 5) - Using Captions, Using Ratings
Another way to filter your images is to apply ratings to your pictures, on a scale from one to five stars. Pictures you really like could receive a five-star rating, whereas the duds might get one star. You can provide ratings via the Info pane or using two different thumbnail view styles.
Windows 7 : Managing Pictures with Windows Live Photo Gallery (part 4) - Using Descriptive Tags
Regardless of how you came to own a particular image, you can always create (and edit) tags, and you can of course apply them across multiple pictures as well. You can also apply multiple tags to each picture. Tags can be as detailed or generic as you want, but you might consider tags such as Family, Vacation, Personal, Work, Home, and so on.
Windows 7 : Managing Pictures with Windows Live Photo Gallery (part 3) - Changing How Your Digital Memories Are Displayed
Photo Gallery is a fairly versatile application. In the Navigation pane, you can choose to filter the view of photos and videos by various criteria. The top option, or node, is called All Photos and Videos. This entry lets you view all of the photos and videos you have in the My Pictures, Public Pictures, My Videos, and Public Videos folders (by default).
Windows 7 : Managing Pictures with Windows Live Photo Gallery (part 2) - Viewing Individual Photos
A number of new features are exposed when you view a photo in this fashion. First, the application switches into a single-image view. To return to the thumbnail-based photo gallery view, click the Back to Gallery button, or the prominent blue Back button at the top of the window.
Windows 7 : Managing Pictures with Windows Live Photo Gallery (part 1) - Examining the Windows Live Photo Gallery User Interface
Windows Live Photo Gallery utilizes the now familiar Windows 7 application style, with a simple, light-blue colored user interface and no visible menus, as shown in Figure 3.
Windows 7 : Playing Photo Slide Shows from the Shell, Using Photo Gallery to Manage Digital Videos
Although the name Windows Live Photo Gallery suggests that this application is suitable only for pictures, it can also be used to manage digital videos as well.
Windows 7 : Troubleshooting Network Printers (part 4) - Troubleshooting Network Problems
In most cases, printer troubleshooting begins when a user calls to complain. Therefore, you typically begin troubleshooting from the client computer. Depending on the nature of the problem, you might also have to log on to the print server. The following sections describe the troubleshooting process, assuming that the client and server are domain members.
 
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