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Windows Sysinternals : Windows Core Concepts - Call Stacks and Symbols
Several Sysinternals utilities—including Process Explorer, Process Monitor, and VMMap—can display details about the code paths being executed at a particular point in time called call stacks.
Windows Sysinternals : Windows Core Concepts - Administrative Rights
Windows NT has always had a rich access control model to protect sensitive system resources from modification by or disclosure to unauthorized entities. Within this model, user accounts are typically given Administrator rights or User rights.
Overview of Process Management in Microsoft Visio 2010 (part 4)
Microsoft Visio has had, for several versions, a useful Save As Web feature that creates a mini-website, complete with widgets for pan and zoom, Shape Data, and shape reports.
Overview of Process Management in Microsoft Visio 2010 (part 3) - Validation of process diagrams
Some of the Validation API can be accessed via the Process tab on the Diagram Validation group, but there is more that is available only to developers, thus enabling you to automate some tasks if necessary.
Overview of Process Management in Microsoft Visio 2010 (part 2) - New process flow templates
There are two new process flow diagram templates in addition to the Six Sigma Diagram template, in the Flowchart category of Visio 2010 Premium edition that include their own validation rules.
Overview of Process Management in Microsoft Visio 2010 (part 1)
In this article, you will be introduced to the new features that have been added to Microsoft Visio to support structured diagrams and validation. You will see where Visio fits in the Process Management stack, and explore the relevant out of the box content.
Windows 7 : Working with Scanners and Cameras (part 2) - Manipulating Pictures in Windows Media Player & Printing Your Masterpiece
Unless you are a perfect shot every time you click the shutter, there will inevitably be times where the photos you take with your digital camera can use some touching up—anything from removing red eye to cropping out unnecessary portions of the photograph.
Windows 7 : Working with Scanners and Cameras (part 1) - Using Windows Pictures Library with a Digital Camera, Scanner
The Windows Pictures Library allows you to scan images from a scanner, copy images from a digital still camera, or import a movie from a supported video camera. Almost any modern imaging device is supported by Windows Pictures Library.
Windows 7 : Understanding and Resolving Installation Failures (part 2) - Understanding Installation Restrictions with AppLocker
AppLocker rules are enforced on computers running only Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows 7 Ultimate, and Windows 7 Enterprise. AppLocker rules are not enforced on computers running other versions of Windows, such as Windows Server 2008, Windows 7 Professional, or Windows Vista.
Windows 7 : Understanding and Resolving Installation Failures (part 1) - Verifying Software Installation Requirements
To troubleshoot installation failures, you need to understand the requirements of a successful installation. These requirements include—among other factors—administrator privileges, compatibility with Windows 7, availability of installation code and data, and the status of application dependencies.
Sysinternals License Information
The Sysinternals utilities are free. You can install and use any number of copies of the software on your computers and the computers owned by your company.
The Windows Sysinternals Web Site
Sysinternals Live is a service that enables you to execute Sysinternals utilities directly from the Web without first having to hunt for, download, and extract them. Another advantage of Sysinternals Live is that it guarantees you run the latest versions of the utilities.
Overview of Internet Explorer 8 (part 4) - Installing Add-Ons to IE8 & Configuring Windows Internet Explorer 8 Options
Windows Internet Explorer 8 provides the ability to install add-ons to extend the functionality of the browser. Add-ons can improve the user's experience by providing a simpler approach to resources, enhancing security, or simply providing enjoyment .
Overview of Internet Explorer 8 (part 3) - Using New Security and Safety Features of IE8 & Working with SmartScreen Filters
Microsoft maintains a database of unsafe websites that is checked while a user is browsing through websites. If an unsafe website is chosen, IE8 wilt block the user's request and present a page displaying the fact that the page has been identified as unsafe and changing the background color of the address bar to reflect the same.
Overview of Internet Explorer 8 (part 2) - Defining IE8 Web Slices & Using IE8 Compatibility View
With Web Slices, you can add the piece of the web page with the content you're looking for to the new favorites bar and IE8 will check it for you and give you a visual clue when the content changes
Overview of Internet Explorer 8 (part 1) - Defining IE8 Accelerators
IE8 is available for Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 in both the 32-bit and 64-bit versions and is the browser shipped with Windows 7 (both 32-bit and 64-bit). Windows Internet Explorer 8 is the successor to Windows Internet Explorer 7, released in 2006.
Windows 7 : Configuring Hardware and Applications - Managing Applications
As operating systems evolve, one issue that you can run into is that your applications may not work properly on the newer operating system. Microsoft has developed a few different ways to help you combat this issue.
Windows 7 : Configuring Hardware and Applications - Managing Printers
The driver base for all the different printers out there is huge, and even for the same printer, there are numerous variations. Printers themselves have lots of options that can be made available, and this all has to be controlled by the operating system, through the drivers.
Windows 7 : Configuring Hardware (part 2) - Installing and Updating Device Drivers & Driver Signing
Device drivers are the controlling code actually interfacing the hardware components with the operating system. The commands are specific to each piece of hardware, and there may be different commands, memory locations, or actions even within the same type of hardware.
Windows 7 : Configuring Hardware (part 1) - Device Stage & Using Device Manager
Device Manager in Windows 7 works the same way it did in Windows Vista and XP. Device Manager is designed to display information about the hardware installed on your computer and as an interface to add and configure new hardware.
Windows 7 : Scripting Windows with PowerShell - Creating PowerShell Scripts
Running individual command at the PowerShell console is fine, but if you have commands you run regularly, or if you want to combine multiple commands into a single package, you need to create PowerShell scripts.
Windows 7 : Scripting Windows with PowerShell - Scripting Objects
Scripting with PowerShell is really about scripting objects, so the most fundamental skills you need to master PowerShell scripting are those that enable you to work with and use objects.
Windows 7 : Scripting Windows with PowerShell - Running PowerShell Cmdlets
PowerShell 2.0 is positively bursting at the seams with well over 200 cmdlets. However, the fact is that most of those cmdlets are quite obscure and are unlikely to be of interest to most of us.
Windows 7 : Scripting Windows with PowerShell - Getting Started with PowerShell
To get PowerShell up and running, select Start, type power, and then select Windows PowerShell in the search results. Windows 7 starts a new PowerShell console session, and displays it in the Windows PowerShell window.
Scripting Windows 7 with WSH : Programming the Windows Management Instrumentation Service
Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) is a powerful tool that gives you access to just about every aspect of Windows Home Server and of remote computers.
Scripting Windows 7 with WSH : Scripting Internet Explorer
The script begins by creating instances of the InternetExplorer and WScript Shell objects. The Navigate method displays a page, and then turns off the toolbar, status bar, and menu bar
Scripting Windows 7 with WSH : Programming the WshNetwork Object
WshNetwork is a generic name for an object that enables you to work with various aspects of the Windows network environment. You can determine the computer name and username, you can enumerate the mapped network drives, you can map new network drives, and more.
Scripting Windows 7 with WSH : Programming the WshShell Object (part 2)
WshShell is a generic name for a powerful object that enables you to query and interact with various aspects of the Windows shell. You can display information to the user, run applications, create shortcuts, work with the Registry, and control Windows environment variables
Scripting Windows 7 with WSH : Programming the WshShell Object (part 1)
WshShell is a generic name for a powerful object that enables you to query and interact with various aspects of the Windows shell. You can display information to the user, run applications, create shortcuts, work with the Registry, and control Windows environment variables
Scripting Windows 7 with WSH : Programming the WScript Object
The WScript object represents the Windows Script Host applications. You use this object to get and set certain properties of the scripting host, as well as to access two other objects: WshArguments and WshScriptEngine .
 
 
 
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