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Windows 7 : Setting Account Policies (part 2)
Windows 7 has a long list of policies associated with user rights. To see these policies, launch the Local Security Settings snap-in (select Start, type secpol.msc, and press Enter) and select Security Settings, Local Policies, User Rights Assignment
Windows 7 : Setting Account Policies (part 1)
Windows 7 offers several sets of policies that affect user accounts. There are three kinds of account policies: security options, user rights, and account lockout policies.
Windows 7 : Creating and Managing User Accounts (part 2) - Working with the User Accounts Dialog Box
Control Panel’s User Accounts window has one major limitation: It offers only the Administrator and Standard User account types. If you want to assign a user to one of the other groups, you have to use the User Accounts dialog box.
Windows 7 : Creating and Managing User Accounts (part 1)
Windows 7 has a number of methods for working with user accounts. The most direct route is to use Control Panel’s Manage Accounts window (select Start, Control Panel, Add or Remove User Accounts).
Windows Vista : Managing Local Logon Accounts
The User Accounts console accessed through the Control Panel provides an easy way to manage user accounts. If you want more advanced control, use the Users and Groups console .
Windows Vista : User Accounts and Groups
Microsoft Windows Vista workstations can be configured as a member of a workgroup or domain. When a workstation is configured as a member of a workgroup, user access and security are configured on the workstation itself.
SOA with .NET and Windows Azure : Windows Workflow Foundation (part 7)
Only a workflow that uses the WebServiceReceive activity can be published as a Web service. A simple scenario would be to create a workflow project and add WebServiceReceive and WebServiceResponse activities to it.
SOA with .NET and Windows Azure : Windows Workflow Foundation (part 6)
Parameters are passed to a workflow instance using the Dictionary object. The CreatWorkflow operation has an overloaded operation that takes not only the workflow type but also a Dictionary object that accepts parameters
SOA with .NET and Windows Azure : Windows Workflow Foundation (part 5) - WF Programming Model
A workflow instance is created and executed by the workflow runtime engine. The runtime engine relies on several runtime services for persisting the workflow’s state, managing transactions, tracking workflow’s execution, and other features.
SOA with .NET and Windows Azure : Windows Workflow Foundation (part 4) - Activities
A workflow is a sequence of activities executed by the workflow engine. An activity should be modeled as a real-world action required for completing a parent business process.
SOA with .NET and Windows Azure : Windows Workflow Foundation (part 3) - Workflow Persistence
Workflows can be dehydrated from memory and can later be re-hydrated and re-activated. WF supports dehydration of the instance state by allowing a workflow instance to be serialized to a data store, such as SQL Server.
SOA with .NET and Windows Azure : Windows Workflow Foundation (part 2) - Workflows
A strategic benefit to using WF is that it allows for the use of a common workflow technology to build workflow solutions across other Microsoft products and .NET solution environments.
SOA with .NET and Windows Azure : Windows Workflow Foundation (part 1) - WF Architecture
The major parts of the WF platform include workflow, activities, the WF base activity library, the WF runtime engine, and WF runtime services
Windows 7 : Creating and Enforcing Bulletproof Passwords (part 3) - Recovering from a Forgotten Password
Few things in life are as frustrating as a forgotten password. To avoid this headache, Windows 7 offers a couple of precautions that you can take now just in case you forget your password.
Windows 7 : Creating and Enforcing Bulletproof Passwords (part 2) - Taking Advantage of Windows 7’s Password Policies
Windows 7 sometimes gives the impression that passwords aren’t all that important. For example, it’s possible to remove the password from the user account you created during setup.
Windows 7 : Creating and Enforcing Bulletproof Passwords (part 1)
Windows 7 sometimes gives the impression that passwords aren’t all that important. For example, it’s possible to remove the password from the user account you created during setup.
Windows 7 : Understanding User Account Control (part 3) - User Account Control Policies
You can customize User Account Control to a certain extent by using group policies. In the Local Security Settings snap-in (select Start, type secpol.msc, and then press Enter), open the Security Settings, Local Policies, Security Options branch
Windows 7 : Understanding User Account Control (part 2) - Configuring User Account Control
So far, UAC in Windows 7 is the same as it was in Windows Vista. However, if there was a problem with the UAC implementation in Vista, it was that it was a tad, well, enthusiastic (to put the best face on it).
Windows 7 : Understanding User Account Control (part 1) - Elevating Privileges
This idea of elevating privileges is at the heart of the UAC security model. In Windows XP, you could use the Run As command to run a task as a different user (that is, one with higher privileges).
Windows 7 : Encrypting a Disk with BitLocker (part 2) - Enabling BitLocker on a System Without a TPM
If your PC doesn’t have a TPM chip, you can still use BitLocker. In this case, you’ll need a USB Flash drive, which is where BitLocker will store the startup key.
Windows 7 : Encrypting a Disk with BitLocker (part 1) - Enabling BitLocker on a System with a TPM
To enable BitLocker on a system that comes with a TPM, select Start, Control Panel, System and Security, BitLocker Drive Encryption. In the BitLocker Drive Encryption window
Windows 7 : Securing the File System - Encrypting Files and Folders
If a snoop can’t log on to your Windows PC, does that mean your data is safe? No, unfortunately, it most certainly does not. If a cracker has physical access to your PC—either by sneaking into your office or by stealing your computer—the cracker can use advanced utilities to view the contents of your hard drive
SOA with .NET and Windows Azure : Service Consumers with WCF
In order to access a service, a consumer program must import the service contract and other dependencies. WCF services typically expose their contract using an address of the service endpoint or its MEX endpoint.
Windows 7 : Setting Security Permissions on Files and Folders (part 5) - Assigning Special Permissions
In some situations, you might want more fine-tuned control over a user’s or group’s permissions. For example, you may want to allow a user to add new files to a folder, but not new subfolders
Windows 7 : Setting Security Permissions on Files and Folders (part 4) - Assigning Standard Permissions
When you’re ready to assign any of the standard permissions that I discussed earlier to a user or group, follow these steps
Windows 7 : Setting Security Permissions on Files and Folders (part 3) - Assigning a User to Multiple Security Groups
If you want to assign a user to more than one security group, the User Account dialog box method that I ran through in the preceding section won’t work.
Windows 7 : Setting Security Permissions on Files and Folders (part 2) - Assigning a User to a Security Group
The advantage of using security groups to assign permissions is that once you set the group’s permissions on a file or folder, you never have to change the security again on that object
Windows 7 : Setting Security Permissions on Files and Folders (part 1) -
At the file system level, security for Windows 7 is most often handled by assigning permissions to a file or folder. Permissions specify whether a user or group is allowed to access a file or folder and, if access is allowed, they also specify what the user or group is allowed to do with the file or folder
Cloud-Enabling the ESB with Windows Azure (part 2) - Sending Messages to Azure’s AppFabric Service Bus
In addition to extending the ESB on-ramp to the cloud, we can take advantage of the Windows Azure platform Service Bus by sending messages to it from our on-premise ESB.
Cloud-Enabling the ESB with Windows Azure (part 1) - Receiving Messages from Azure’s AppFabric Service Bus
The previously described WCF-Custom adapter allows you to select any bindings that are available on a given machine. When you install the Windows Azure platform AppFabric SDK, you get several new WCF relay bindings that allow you to communicate with the Service Bus
 
 
 
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