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Windows 7 : Programming Multiple I/O Queues and Programming I/O - Creating and Configuring the Queues (part 2)
The driver creates a manual queue for read requests in the same way that it did for write requests. The only difference is that it configures the queue for request dispatching, so that KMDF places read requests directly into the queue.
Windows 7 : Programming Multiple I/O Queues and Programming I/O - Creating and Configuring the Queues (part 1)
The following excerpt shows how the PCIDRV sample creates a parallel queue for incoming write requests. While requests are in this queue, KMDF handles cancellation without notifying the driver.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Managing Mailbox and public Folder Databases (part 2) - Moving Databases
As discussed earlier, each database has a database file associated with it, and the location of this file has an important role in managing Exchange Server performance.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Managing Mailbox and public Folder Databases (part 1) - Mounting and Dismounting Databases
You can access only databases that are mounted. If a database isn't mounted, the database isn't available for use. This means that an administrator has probably dismounted the database or that the drive on which the database is located isn't online.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Using Public Folder Databases (part 4) - Configuring Public Folder Referrals, Recovering Deleted Items from Public Folder Databases
In a large organization with multiple public folder replicas in multiple locations, you need to consider how clients access public folder data.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Using Public Folder Databases (part 3) - Configuring Public Folder Replication
With Exchange Server 2010, the public folder hierarchy is replicated automatically when there are two or more public folder databases.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Using Public Folder Databases (part 2) - Setting Public Folder Database Limits
Storage limits are designed to control the amount of information that users can post to public folders. As with mailbox databases, users who exceed the designated limits might receive warning messages and might be subject to certain restrictions, such as the inability to post messages.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Using Public Folder Databases (part 1) - Creating Public Folder Databases
You can create public folder databases using the New Public Folder Database Wizard. The default database file path and default copy file path are set automatically to be the same as those used for system files and backup system files, respectively.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Working with Active Mailbox Databases (part 3) - Recovering Deleted Mailboxes , Recovering Deleted Items from Mailbox Databases
When you delete a mailbox from a user account, the mailbox is retained as a disconnected mailbox according to the mailbox retention setting.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Working with Active Mailbox Databases (part 2) - Setting Mailbox Database Limits and Deletion retention
Mailbox database limits are designed to control the amount of information that users can store in their mailboxes. Users who exceed the designated limits might receive warning messages and might be subject to certain restrictions, such as the inability to send messages.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Working with Active Mailbox Databases (part 1) - Creating Mailbox Databases
You can create mailbox databases using the New Mailbox Database Wizard. The default database file path and default log folder path are set automatically to be the same as those used for other Exchange data.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Managing Public Folder Settings (part 3) - Manipulating, Renaming, and Recovering Public Folders
Public folders are represented as objects in Active Directory. However, the actual data in public folders is stored in public folder databases. You can manipulate public folders by using standard techniques such as cut, copy, and paste.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Managing Public Folder Settings (part 2) - Granting and Revoking Send As Permissions for Public Folders, Propagating Public Folder Settings and Data
In the Public Folder Management Console, select the folder's parent in the left pane, click the folder in the main pane, and then click Manage Send As Permission on the Action menu or in the Action pane.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Managing Public Folder Settings (part 1) - Setting Client Permissions
You use client permissions to specify which users can access a particular public folder. By default, all users (except those accessing the folder anonymously over the Web) have permission to access the folder, read items in the folder, create items in the folder, and edit and delete items they've created.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Creating and Working with Public Folders (part 3) - Adding Items to Public Folders Using Outlook
Exchange 2010 supports standard public folders and mail-enabled public folders. Authorized users can post items to public folders through Outlook Web App and Outlook 2003 or later. Let's briefly look at how you can use Outlook to post items to public folders.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Creating and Working with Public Folders (part 2) - Determining Public Folder Size, Item Count, and Last Access Time
In the Exchange Management Shell, you can view the total number of items contained in and the last access time of public folders using the Get-PublicFolderStatistics cmdlet as shown in the following example
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Creating and Working with Public Folders (part 1)
As an administrator, you can use the Public Folder Management Console to create public folders by completing the following steps
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Accessing Public Folders Through the Information Store
A public folder server is a Mailbox server with a public folder database. When your Exchange 2010 organization has more than one public folder database, public folder servers replicate the public folder hierarchy automatically between and among these databases.
Portable Scanner MagicScan T4E Review
The MagicScan Pro (also known as MagicScan T4E) portable scanner features the ability to turn any document, picture, or print media that is up to 217mm in width into a digital JPEG or PDF file with a single steady swipe.
Life Logging - Is It Worth The Effort? (Part 6)
Aviva’s app is even less forthcoming. It dishes out badges such as “Corner Master” (for smooth steering), or “Brake Master” (for not slapping on the anchors too heavily) - but I failed to earn any of these on my two test trips. For full feedback and an Aviva Drive score, I have to wait until I’ve clocked up 200 miles.
Life Logging - Is It Worth The Effort? (Part 5)
While RescueTime acts as a nicotine patch for my Twitter addiction, there are Twitter analytics sites that keep fuelling my habit. Klout is a dangerous site for those with even a shred of ego, rating your influence and comparing it to that of your contemporaries, based on a rather opaque set of criteria.
Life Logging - Is It Worth The Effort? (Part 4)
Some app developers claim you don’t need a $118 wristband to measure sleep patterns, but I’d beg to disagree. The free - and critically acclaimed - SleepBot app for iOS and Android can also track your bedtime contortions, using the accelerometer inside the phone.
Life Logging - Is It Worth The Effort? (Part 3)
For a keyboard jockey who recently started working from home in the wettest winter since the biblical Flood, the results can be disheartening. On one day, I took a mere 2,678 steps: a total distance of only 1.3 miles. There are people in comas getting more exercise than that.
Life Logging - Is It Worth The Effort? (Part 2)
MyFitnessPal pulls ahead again with its fitness app integration. If you connect MyFitnessPal to an exercise monitor, such as Fitbit, it’s possible to get more calorie credits in the bank.
Life Logging - Is It Worth The Effort? (Part 1)
My name is Barry Collins. I’m 6ft 3in and weigh 14st Sib, although if I continue to lose weight at my current trajectory, by the time you read this I’ll be 13st 131b. Yesterday, I consumed 2,547 calories and 30g of saturated fat: my fourth-highest daily fat intake in the past month.
Your Online Habits Could Land You In Prison (Part 3)
The court ruled that the actions of Isabella Sorley and John Nimmo fell into the “grossly offensive” category when they threatened campaigner Caroline Criado-Perez over her part in calls to put Jane Austen on $17 banknotes.
Your Online Habits Could Land You In Prison (Part 2)
The heyday of P2P networks and unlawful downloads may be over, but that doesn’t mean legal action for sharing or reusing copyright material is going away. The rise of YouTube, blogs and other outlets means lawyers still have plenty on their plates.
Your Online Habits Could Land You In Prison (Part 1)
The internet has given rise to new crimes – from hacking and bank fraud to eBay scams – but it’s also created a new kind of troublemaker: the accidental criminal. No-one would be surprised by an early-morning knock on the door if they’d hacked an online banking site, but the reach of the web means it’s never been easier for otherwise well-behaved citizens to break the law inadvertently.
On The Cutting Edge (Part 2) - Swimming,GPS-HRM,Cycling, Training Accessory
GPS devices are a must-have for serious technologically inclined endurance athletes who need accurate pace and navigation data.
On The Cutting Edge (Part 1) - Running Shoes, Badminton
In 1993, an eccentric British cyclist named Graeme Obree set the hour record on a bike he had made from his own garage using parts from a washing machine. Apart from having two wheels and a set of pedals, it looked like no other racing bike on the road.
Review_New Products Tested By Experts (Part 2) - Samsung BD-F8500M
This abundance of streaming services shouldn't be underestimated - Samsung's smart Blu-ray players, including the BD-F8500M, are currently the only ones with all the terrestrial TV catch-up services as well as Lovefilm, Netflix and Blinkbox.
Review_New Products Tested By Experts (Part 1) - Apple iPad Mini with Retina Display
The new display makes this new iPad Mini much easier on the eyes. Text is now very sharp, where it was blurry on the original, while photos and high-definition video are vibrant and detailed.
Gaming – Powered by Steam
On the modern day living room, game consoles have taken over practically every necessary form of entertainment available, waging war over who can do more and better. But with legendary pc developer Valve's steam machines, it looks like things are about to heat up immensely.
Hot New Products In This Month (Part 3) - Sylvania SilverStar zXe Headlights, Garrett GTX3067R Turbocharger
Sylvania SilverStar zXe headlights offer the perfect balance of performance and style. The Cobalt blue coating provides optimal light transmission and crisp white light for the look and feel of HID bulbs, while a mirror-top alloy coating gives a jewel-like appearance.
Hot New Products In This Month (Part 2) - Max Fidelity Subwoofers
Designed as the successor to the iSimple GateWay, the Connect offers the premium features of the standard GateWay kit, including iPod and iPhone control, battery charging and USB and Bluetooth connectivity. The Connect is available for select General Motors and Toyota vehicles, with a MSRP of $229.95 USD.
Hot New Products In This Month (Part 1)
Wideband Failsafe Gauge from AEM is an air/fuel controller and boost/vacuum gauge in one. It can protect your engine from catastrophic damage and internally logs over three hours of data. It includes an internal boost sensor, Bosch Wideband AFR sensor and weld-in bung with interchangeable faceplates and bezels.
Group Test Computer Desks March 2014 (Part 5) - Interlink Alexis Standing Desk
Not everyone owns or works with a base unit, monitor, keyboard and mouse. Believe it or not, some people actually prefer to conduct their computing business via a laptop. While this means you can take your PC anywhere and drop it on a kitchen table to work on, it does take away some of the benefits that a dedicated laptop desk can offer.
Group Test Computer Desks March 2014 (Part 4) - Medara Hideaway Desk
The Medara Hideaway desk is one such example. It's a relatively sturdy, solid oak and veneer computer desk that measures in at 1110 x 550 x 800mm and provides suitable internal compartments for the base unit, printer, spare paper and further drawers and shelving for the usual bits and bobs.
Group Test Computer Desks March 2014 (Part 3) - ADA 2000 Winding Height Desk
The ADA 2000 desk offers the user the best of both worlds. In its standard position it's an 1800 x 800mm rectangular top desk with a height of 700mm. However, thanks to the winding handle to the side of the desk, you can raise the platform to a height of 980mm and therefore stand while working in front of your screen.
Group Test Computer Desks March 2014 (Part 2) - Huntingdon Computer Desk
The Huntingdon computer desk comes with ample storage and shelves and other features such as a monitor riser, open-backed base unit area, slide-out keyboard and mouse shelf, cupboard, drawer and a lower printer shelf.
 
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- Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Structure to Your Diagrams - Finding containers and lists in Visio (part 2) - Wireframes,Legends
- Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Structure to Your Diagrams - Finding containers and lists in Visio (part 1) - Swimlanes
- Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Structure to Your Diagrams - Formatting and sizing lists
- Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Structure to Your Diagrams - Adding shapes to lists
- Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Structure to Your Diagrams - Sizing containers
- Microsoft Access 2010 : Control Properties and Why to Use Them (part 3) - The Other Properties of a Control
- Microsoft Access 2010 : Control Properties and Why to Use Them (part 2) - The Data Properties of a Control
- Microsoft Access 2010 : Control Properties and Why to Use Them (part 1) - The Format Properties of a Control
- Microsoft Access 2010 : Form Properties and Why Should You Use Them - Working with the Properties Window
- Microsoft Visio 2013 : Using the Organization Chart Wizard with new data
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