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Windows Vista: IE Security Features
Whenever you access a website, IE checks the security settings for zone of the website. To tell which zones the current web page falls into, you look at the right side of the IE status bar.
Windows 7: Troubleshooting Wireless Network Problems
Wireless networking adds a whole new set of potential snags to your troubleshooting chores because of problems such as interference, compatibility, and device ranges.
Windows 7: Troubleshooting Networking - Troubleshooting the NIC
After cabling, the NIC is next on the list of common sources of networking headaches. Here’s a list of items to check if you suspect that Windows 7 and your NIC aren’t getting along
Windows 7: Troubleshooting Networking - Troubleshooting Cables
Although most large-scale cabling operations are performed by third-party cable installers, home setups are usually do-it-yourself jobs. You can prevent some cable problems and simplify your troubleshooting down the road by taking a few precautions and “ounce of prevention” measures in advance
Windows Vista: Configuring Internet Explorer 7.0 - Common IE Settings
Most of the configuration options for IE are accessed by starting IE, clicking the Tools button, and selecting Internet Options. It can also be accessed from the Internet Options applet in the Control Panel.
Windows Vista: Windows Firewall Settings - Computer Connection Security Rules
Because the Internet is inherently insecure, businesses still need to preserve the privacy of data travelling over the network. IPSec creates a standard platform to develop secure networks and electronic tunnels between two machines.
Windows7: Troubleshooting Networking from the Command Line (part 2)
Windows 7 has a PING command that performs a similar function. PING sends out a special type of IP packet—called an Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) echo packet—to a remote location
Windows7: Troubleshooting Networking from the Command Line (part 1)
Windows 7 TCP/IP comes with a few command-line utilities that you can use to review your TCP/IP settings and troubleshoot problems.
Windows7: General Solutions to Network Problems (part 2) - Updating the Router Firmware
The router firmware is the internal program that your network router uses to perform its routing chores and to display the setup pages and process any configuration changes you make
Windows7: General Solutions to Network Problems (part 1) - Turning On Network Discovery
Networking your computers is all about access. You may want to access another computer to view one of its files or use its printer, and you may want other computers to access your machine to play your digital media.
Windows 7: Troubleshooting Networking - Checking the Connection Status
The first thing you should check when you suspect a network problem is Windows 7’s Network icon.
Windows 7: Troubleshooting Networking - Repairing a Network Connection
If you came to Windows 7 from Windows XP, you may have come across the latter’s network repair tool that did an okay job of repairing connectivity problems because most networking problems can be resolved by running the repair tool’s basic tasks: disconnecting, renewing the Dynamic Host Control Protocol (DHCP) lease, flushing various network caches, and then reconnecting.
Windows 7: Troubleshooting Startup Using the System Configuration Utility
If Windows 7 won’t start, troubleshooting the problem usually involves trying various advanced startup options. It’s almost always a time-consuming and tedious business.
Windows 7: Troubleshooting Startup - Recovering Using the System Recovery Options
If Windows 7 won’t start normally, your first troubleshooting step is almost always to start the system in Safe mode. When you make it to Windows 7, you can investigate the problem and make the necessary changes
Windows 7: Troubleshooting Startup - When to Use the Various Advanced Startup Options
Use the Disable Driver Signature Enforcement option, which prevents Windows 7 from checking whether devices drivers have digital signatures, to ensure that Windows 7 loads an unsigned driver.
Windows Vista: Windows Firewall Settings - Advanced Configuration
The new Windows Firewall with Advanced Security is a Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in that provides more advanced options for IT professionals. With this firewall, you can set up and view detailed inbound and outbound rules and integrate with IPSec.
Windows Vista: Windows Firewall Settings - Basic Configuration
Windows Firewall is on by default. When Windows Firewall is on, most programs are blocked from communicating through the firewall. If you want to unblock a program, you can add it to the Exceptions list.
Windows 7: Troubleshooting Device Problems (part 3)
On modern computer systems that support the Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI), use PCI cards, and external Plug and Play–compliant devices, resource conflicts have become almost nonexistent.
Windows 7: Troubleshooting Device Problems (part 2) - Displaying a List of Nonworking Devices
Device Manager’s icons (discussed in the previous section) are great, but it’s not always convenient to fire up Device Manager to check for problems.
Windows 7: Troubleshooting Device Problems (part 1) - Troubleshooting with Device Manager
Windows 7 has excellent support for most newer devices, and most major hardware vendors have taken steps to update their devices and drivers to run properly with Windows 7.
Windows 7: Working with Device Security Policies
The Group Policy Editor offers several device-related policies. To see them, open the Group Policy Editor and select Local Computer Policy, Computer Configuration, Windows Settings, Security Settings, Local Policies, Security Options.
Windows Vista : Configuring Network Security - Windows Defender
Windows Defender, included with Windows Vista, helps users detect and remove known spyware and other potentially unwanted software. Windows Defender protects your computer with automated and real-time scanning and software removal.
Windows 7: Managing Your Hardware with Device Manager (part 4) - Writing a Complete List of Device Drivers to a Text File
There are times when you wish you had a list of all the drivers installed on your PC. For example, if your system crashes, it would be nice to have some kind of record of what drivers are in there.
Windows 7: Managing Your Hardware with Device Manager (part 3) - Configuring Windows to Ignore Unsigned Device Drivers
Device drivers that meet the Designed for Windows 7 specifications have been tested for compatibility with Microsoft and are then given a digital signature.
Windows 7: Managing Your Hardware with Device Manager (part 2) - Working with Device Drivers
For most users, device drivers exist in the nether regions of the PC world, shrouded in obscurity and the mysteries of assembly language programming. As the middlemen brokering the dialogue between Windows 7 and our hardware, however, these complex chunks of code perform a crucial task
Windows 7: Managing Your Hardware with Device Manager (part 1)
Windows 7 stores all its hardware data in the Registry, but it provides Device Manager to give you a graphical view of the devices on your system.
SOA with .NET and Windows Azure: WCF Extensions - WCF Transactions (part 2)
A transaction runs in the context of a session initiated by invoking the service. This attribute sets the behavior of the transaction if the session (within the context it runs in) closes.
SOA with .NET and Windows Azure: WCF Extensions - WCF Transactions (part 1)
We introduced some of the original .NET technologies used to enable and manage cross-service transactions. A de-facto industry standard that governs transactions across Web services is WS-AtomicTransaction, which is an extension of the WS-Coordination standard.
Windows 7: Recovering from a Problem
Each time Windows 7 starts successfully in Normal mode, the system makes a note of which control set—the system’s drivers and hardware configuration—was used.
Windows 7: Troubleshooting Tools (part 3) - Checking for Solutions to Problems
Microsoft constantly collects information about Windows 7 from users. When a problem occurs, Windows 7 usually asks whether you want to send information about the problem to Microsoft and, if you do, it stores these tidbits in a massive database.
 
 
 
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