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Windows 7 : Troubleshooting Network Printers (part 3) - Troubleshooting Driver Problems
Drivers handle communications between Windows and any piece of hardware. For example, Windows has drivers for video adapters, keyboards, mice, and monitors, in addition to printer drivers.
Windows 7 : Troubleshooting Network Printers (part 2) - Group Policy Settings for Troubleshooting , Troubleshooting Server Problems
In home environments, users typically connect their computers to their printers using a universal serial bus (USB) cable. In business environments, printers are often shared between many users. To connect many different users to a printer, printers must be accessible from the network.
Windows 7 : Troubleshooting Network Printers (part 1) - Using the Printer Troubleshooter, Monitoring Printer Events
Windows 7 does not support auditing when users print or manage printers. However, Windows Server 2008 R2 does support object auditing for printers.
Windows Server 2008 : Adding Roles to Server Core - Using dism to Add Roles to Windows Server 2008 R2
dism is not available on the Windows Server 2008 Server Core installation. However, it is available by default on Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Server Core installations.
Windows Server 2008 : Adding Roles to Server Core - Using ocsetup to Add Roles to Windows Server 2008 (part 1)
There must be a space after the equal sign (=), but there cannot be a space before it in this command. In other words, it’s start=, a space, and then auto.
Windows Server 2008 : Adding Roles to Server Core - Using ocsetup to Add Roles to Windows Server 2008 (part 1)
Server Core has a limited number of services that it can support. Because of this, it has a limited number of roles that you can add. The following table shows the supported roles in Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2.
Windows Server 2008 : Configuring Server Core for Remote Administration - Enabling Access with Remote Microsoft Management Consoles
After you add the roles using ocsetup or dism, it’s often easier to configure the role with the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) from a remote computer.
Windows Server 2008 : Configuring Server Core for Remote Administration - Using the Server Core Registry Editor
The Server Core Registry Editor (scregedit.wsf) is a script used to modify the registry on Server Core installations. The script is only available on Server Core installations, not full installations of Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2008 R2.
Managing Windows Server 2012 (part 13) - Using Remote Desktop - Supporting Remote Desktop Connection clients
The Remote Desktop Connection client is the Remote Desktop Services client. It uses the Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) version 6.0 or later. Clients can use the Remote Desktop Connection client to connect to a remote server or workstation that has been set up to be administered remotely.
Managing Windows Server 2012 (part 12) - Using Remote Desktop - Remote Desktop essentials, Configuring Remote Desktop
The two components of Remote Desktop you need to support and configure are Remote Desktop Services for the server portion and the Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) for the client portion.
Managing Windows Server 2012 (part 11) - Optimizing toolbars
Several custom toolbars are available for the taskbar. You can create your own toolbars as well. For example, if your organization has custom applications or a preferred suite of applications, you can add buttons for these applications to the toolbar.
Managing Windows Server 2012 (part 10) - Customizing the desktop and the taskbar - Using Auto Hide and locking, Controlling programs in the notification area
Windows Server 2012 has several features that control the visibility of the taskbar. You can enable the Auto Hide feature to hide the taskbar from view when it is not in use. You can lock the taskbar so that it cannot be resized or repositioned.
Managing Windows Server 2012 (part 9) - Customizing the desktop and the taskbar - Configuring desktop items, Configuring the taskbar
The problem is that some of the missing items—such as Computer, Network, and Internet Explorer—were pretty useful, or at least most of us have grown so accustomed to having the items on the desktop that we expect them to be there.
Managing Windows Server 2012 (part 8) - Using the System console
You use the System console to view system information and perform basic configuration tasks. To access the System console, tap or click System And Security and then System in Control Panel.
Managing Windows Server 2012 (part 7) - Using Control Panel
From Start, you access Control Panel by tapping or clicking the Control Panel tile. From the desktop, you can display Control Panel by accessing the Charms bar, tapping or clicking Settings, and then tapping or clicking Control Panel.
Managing Windows Server 2012 (part 6) - Working with Computer Management
Storage Spaces are preferred to software-based RAID and traditional disk-partitioning techniques. Before you implement software-based RAID or partition disks with Disk Management, you might want to review the options for creating Storage Spaces and allocating storage using Storage Spaces.
Managing Windows Server 2012 (part 5) - Working with Server Manager - Adding servers for management, Creating server groups, Enabling remote management
You can use Server Manager and other Microsoft Management Consoles (MMCs) to perform some management tasks on remote computers, as long as the computers are in the same domain or you are working in a workgroup and have added the remote computers in a domain as trusted hosts.
Managing Windows Server 2012 (part 4) - Working with Server Manager - Getting to know Server Manager
Server Manager is your central management console. You can use it for the initial setup and configuration of roles and features and much, much more. Not only can Server Manager help you quickly set up a new server, the console also can help you quickly set up and maintain your server environment.
Managing Windows Server 2012 (part 3) - Working with the administration tools - Using command-line utilities
Many command-line utilities are included with Windows Server 2012. Most of the utilities you’ll work with as an administrator rely on TCP/IP. Because of this, you should install TCP/IP networking before you experiment with these tools.
Managing Windows Server 2012 (part 2) - Working with the administration tools - Using graphical administrative tools
Most administration tools are found on the Tools menu in Server Manager. As Table 1 shows, dozens of administration tools are available for working with Windows Server 2012.
Managing Windows Server 2012 (part 1) - Working with the administration tools - Using Control Panel utilities
Control Panel contains utilities for working with a system’s setup and configuration. From Start, you access Control Panel by tapping or clicking the Control Panel tile.
Windows 7 : Using the Pictures Library (part 4) - Optimizing Folders for Pictures
By default, any folder in Windows 7 that contains only image files will be optimized for this purpose. However, you can make sure that this is the case, or manually customize a folder with mixed content to work best with pictures if you'd like. This functionality dates backs to Windows XP, but it's changed a bit over the years.
Windows 7 : Using the Pictures Library (part 3) - Viewing Information about Pictures, Viewing Photos
To view an image at a size larger than its thumbnail, double-click it or select it and then click the Open button in the window's toolbar. Depending on how your system is configured, this will cause the Windows Photo Viewer, Windows Live Photo Gallery, or a third-party application to open, displaying the selected image.
Windows 7 : Using the Pictures Library (part 2) - Managing Content in the Pictures Library
The Pictures library works like other libraries and most other shell locations in Windows Explorer and provides the standard Address bar, Search box, toolbar, Navigation bar, and Details pane.
Windows 7 : Using the Pictures Library (part 1)
The big change in Windows 7, of course, is a new Libraries infrastructure. When you click on Documents, Pictures, or Music in the Start menu, you do not open My Documents, My Pictures, or My Music (respectively).
Windows 7 : Organizing, Fixing, and Sharing Digital Photos - Photo Management in Windows XP and Vista
If you're used to either Windows XP or Vista for photo management, Windows 7 requires you to change your ways yet again. To understand why, you need to first look back to how this worked in previous versions of Windows.
Windows Server 2003 : Installing and Configuring DNS Servers (part 4)
The Configuring Components page appears while the new component is being installed. After installation is complete, the Completing The Windows Components Wizard page appears.
Windows Server 2003 : Installing and Configuring DNS Servers (part 3) - Exploring DNS Server Properties Tabs
The contents of the DNS server cache can be viewed only in the DNS console. To view the cache contents, from the View menu select Advanced. Once the DNS console View mode is set to Advanced, a new folder appears in the DNS console tree, Cached Lookups.
Windows Server 2003 : Installing and Configuring DNS Servers (part 2) - Creating Resource Records
New zones contain only two resource records: the Start Of Authority (SOA) record corresponding to the zone, and a Name Server (NS) record corresponding to the local DNS server created for the zone.
Windows Server 2003 : Installing and Configuring DNS Servers (part 1) - Installing the DNS Server Service, Understanding Server Types
By default, all computers running Windows Server 2003 and Windows XP have the DNS Client service installed and running. However, the DNS Server service is not installed by default in any Windows operating system.
Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista : Using .adm Template Language (part 7)
Displays an edit field with an optional spin box control (an up-down control) that accepts a numeric value. It is best to use the MIN and MAX syntax in conjunction with the NUMERIC syntax to ensure that the registry does not become corrupted with invalid data.
Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista : Using .adm Template Language (part 7)
The DROPDOWNLIST syntax provides a combo box with a drop-down list style. It is similar to the COMBOBOX syntax, except that the actual registry value is converted to simple language text.
Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista : Using .adm Template Language (part 6)
This PART type displays a combo box. It accepts the same options as EDITTEXT, as well as the SUGGESTIONS option, which begins a list of suggestions to be placed in the drop-down list.
Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista : Using .adm Template Language (part 5)
To create the environment that allows the user to modify the registry values, you must include additional syntax after the PART syntax. Table 1 lists the valid syntax options that are used in conjunction with the PART syntax.
Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista : Using .adm Template Language (part 4) - Syntax for Updating the GPME Interface - POLICY
The POLICY syntax is used to identify a policy setting that the user can modify within the GPME. The POLICY syntax generates the “policy settings displayed” list of policies in the details pane of the GPME, under the folders, which are created by the CATEGORY syntax.
Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista : Using .adm Template Language (part 3) - Syntax for Updating the GPME Interface - STRINGS , CATEGORY
The STRINGS syntax is used to help organize and logically format the string variables used within the .adm template. The STRINGS syntax is not mandatory, but it can help reduce the code within the main body of the .adm template to remove the clutter and make it easier to read.
Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista : Using .adm Template Language (part 2) - Syntax for Updating the Registry
You know that the .adm template generates the interface for the GPME and specifies the registry path, value, and data. Specific syntax is used within the .adm template to handle all of these variables.
Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista : Using .adm Template Language (part 1) - Structure of an .adm Template
An .adm template has two functions. The first function is to create the interface within the GPME for the registry values that you want configured on users or machines targeted by a GPO.
Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista : Creating Custom .adm Templates - A Simple .adm Template
To get an idea of what an .adm template looks like, we will review a simple snippet from the System.adm template. You can look at the entire System.adm template to see what the code looks like for a complete .adm template.
Windows Server 2003 : Implementing Software Restriction Policies (part 5) - Optional Tasks for Implementing Software Restriction Policies
Local computer administrators have the right to specify trusted publishers on the local computer, while enterprise administrators have the right to specify trusted publishers on an OU level.
 
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