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TechNet Webcast: Business Desktop Deployment for Windows Vista Using Lite Touch Installation (Level 300)     
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By incorporating Business Desktop Deployment (BDD) best practices, Windows Vista Lite Touch Installation has been significantly enhanced to gather information using zero-touch installation (ZTI) technologies. Join this webcast to learn how to configure Lite Touch Installation variables for automation, and how to use the updated BDD Deployment Wizard that allows in-time input of needed parameters or changes to default settings. We also show how the Lite Touch script gathers the data entered and t...

TechNet Webcast: Application Compatibility Testing (Level 300)     
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When you deploy a new operating system in your organization, compatibility problems with one or many line-of-business (LOB) applications can cause costly work stoppages. It is therefore essential that you test those LOB applications against the new operating system to ensure compatibility. This webcast describes the steps involved in making applications compatible and shows you how to test mitigation strategies and deploy compatibility mitigation packages. Learn how to use the tools in Microsoft...

TechNet Webcast: Business Desktop Deployment Workbench in Windows Vista (Level 300)     
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Establishing a baseline for the computing environment enables your organization to develop a standard configuration for deployment, simplifying operation and helping to lower the operating costs. The Business Desktop Deployment (BDD) Workbench is a fundamental component of the Microsoft Solution Accelerator for Business Desktop Deployment that enables you to create a repeatable, automated reference computer image that you can use for deployment. This webcast examines the components of the BDD Wo...

MSDN Webcast: Developing Tablet PC Applications with Windows Presentation Foundation (Level 200)     
Total Hits: 233  |  Today: 0Author: Shawn Van Ness      Rating:  
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Part of the WinFX Runtime Components 3.0, Windows Presentation Foundation (formerly code-named "Avalon") incorporates a number of features previously found only on the Tablet PC platform, such as digital ink and stylus input. This means WinFX applications will be able to collect, render, and edit digital ink on any system—not just Tablet PC systems. It also means Tablet PC applications will be able to do things that were not possible before, such as collect ink over video, or render ink in 3-D. ...

MSDN Webcast: Building State Machine-based Workflows Using Windows Workflow Foundation (Level 200)     
Total Hits: 46  |  Today: 0Author: Pravin Indurkar      Rating:  
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This webcast describes how to build event-driven workflows with Windows Workflow Foundation using a state-machine design pattern. Learn how to use state machine workflows to model processes that require control flow flexibility. We also discuss how to build a workflow process and then query on a running process to determine its current state. The session concludes with a look at some human workflow patterns such as skip rework, re-assignment, and escalation....

TechNet Webcast: Achieving High Availability with Windows Clustering (Level 200)     
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Today’s businesses face many obstacles in the struggle to achieve highly available systems. This webcast examines how clustering can increase the availability of those systems. We define what high availability is and then review some of the more common challenges to achieving it. Then we consider the various clustering solutions available to you in Microsoft Windows Server 2003 and Microsoft Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003....

TechNet Webcast: Protecting Your Exchange Server 2007 Network from Viruses and Spam (Level 300)     
Total Hits: 36  |  Today: 0Author: Mihai Costea      Rating:  
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Join this webcast to learn about the agent-based messaging hygiene features in the next version of Microsoft Exchange Server, code-named Exchange Server 2007. Out of the box, Exchange Server 2007 provides you with a competitive antispam solution that is composed of multiple filters with frequent updates and a built-in IP reputation system. Of interest to independent software vendors (ISVs) is antivirus technology such as store scanning and mechanisms for reliable and efficient transport scanning...

TechNet Webcast: Tips and Tricks to Running Windows with Least Privilege (Level 300)     
Total Hits: 180  |  Today: 0Author: Aaron Margosis      Rating:  
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The security principle of "least privilege" is well understood: Software should run with the smallest set of privileges needed to perform its tasks. However, Windows users who are allowed to administer their own machines usually run with Administrator privileges all the time. Email, Web browsing, and instant messaging do not require administrative privileges, and are common avenues for malicious code to attack end users' systems. It is far safer to log on with a Limited (or "Least-privileged") U...

TechNet Webcast: Security Configuration Wizard in Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1 (Level 300)     
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Inside the Security Configuration Wizard in Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1, Microsoft shipped the first new security policy tool in six years. This new wizard can help you author, tailor and apply policy. Attend this webcast presented from Tech·Ed 2005 in Orlando, Florida, where Jesper Johansson, program manager for security policy discusses the internals of the security configuration wizard and how to make use of it. We cover how it relates to other security policy tools and resources, such...

TechNet Webcast: Exchange 2003: Tips, Tricks and Shortcuts (Level 300)     
Total Hits: 140  |  Today: 0Author: Scott Schnoll      Rating:  
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You have Exchange 2003 running and stable. What can you do to improve your Exchange operations, customize your operations, and tweak Exchange to meet the requirements of your organization? In this webcast, presented from Tech·Ed 2005 in Orlando, Florida, we cover tips such as customizing system messages, creating custom address lists, customizing Outlook Web Access, restricting Outlook versions that can connect to the Exchange server, using Mailbox Manager, and creating catch-all mailboxes....

TechNet Webcast: Architecting and Deploying Windows Server Update Services (Level 300)     
Total Hits: 84  |  Today: 0Author: Corey Hynes      Rating:  
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Windows Update Services (WUS) provides extensive improvements over Software Update Services. Attend this webcast, presented from Tech·Ed 2005 in Orlando, Florida, to learn some common and not-so-common deployment scenarios for WUS, and learn techniques to tackle the toughest update deployment issues…all at no cost to you!...

Support WebCast: WMIC: A New Approach to Managing Windows Infrastructure from a Command Line     
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The Microsoft Windows Management Instrumentation Command-line (WMIC) is a command-line interface to Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI). WMIC provides a simple interface to WMI so that you can take advantage of WMI to manage computers that are running Microsoft Windows. WMIC interoperates with existing shells and utility commands, and can be easily extended by scripts or other administration-oriented programs. WMIC allows you to define new aliases (friendly names), add output formats, and c...

Support WebCast: Microsoft Windows 2000 Server and Windows Server 2003: Password and Account Lockout Features     
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In this Support WebCast session, you will hear about security and administrative costs that you may see when you configure the password and account lockout feature set. This WebCast will provide information about configuring the password and account lockout settings, security and administrative considerations, new features in Microsoft Windows 2000 Server Service Pack 4 and Microsoft Windows Server 2003, procedures to troubleshoot account lockout events, and recommendations from the new account ...

Support WebCast: Microsoft Windows: System Administration Scripting in the Windows Environment     
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A powerful scripting environment is an indispensable tool in the fight to reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) by automating system and network administration tasks. Windows Script Host (WSH), when used in conjunction with ADSI and the WMI scripting library, provides just such a scripting environment. In this presentation, you will learn what scripting is, how it might be useful to you, and how to write and run a script. You will then see the development of two example scripts. The first example...

Support WebCast: Microsoft Windows Server Family: Overview and New Features     
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During this Support WebCast, we will discuss the Microsoft Windows Server family. We will talk about its features and the improvements that have been made since Windows 2000. This is a Level 100 session that was recorded April 18, 2002 and presented by David Rheaume. David Rheaume joined Microsoft as a Windows 2000 support professional in March 2000. Since then, David has worked as a Technical Lead in the Directory Services group, and has delivered training on Windows 2000 locally and internatio...

Support WebCast: Microsoft Internet Information Services 6.0: Best Practices for Transitioning to 6.0 from Earlier Versions     
Total Hits: 326  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Corporation      Rating:  
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A lot has changed from Microsoft Internet Information Server version 4.0 and Internet Information Services version 5.0 to Internet Information Services version 6.0, and for the better. Much of the W3SVC service has been redesigned to provide complete reliability, security, performance, scalability, and manageability. The IIS team has recommendations about how to best use the new features in version 6.0. This WebCast will talk about what to be aware of when transitioning from version 4.0 or 5.0 t...

Support WebCast: Deploying the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Platform     
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This WebCast is an overview of the deployment methodologies that you can use to deploy the Windows Server 2003 family in the enterprise. We will cover Remote Installation Services (RIS), unattend, Sysprep, Windows Preinstall Environment (WinPE), and more. We will also discuss the pros and cons of using any given tool. This is a Level 200 (http://support.microsoft.com/?scid=http%3a%2f%2fsupport.microsoft.com%2fservicedesks%2fwebcasts%2flevels.asp) session that was recorded July 25, 2002, and pres...

MSDN Webcast: Deciphering Active Directory for Applications Manager (Level 300)     
Total Hits: 97  |  Today: 0Author: Joe Stagner      Rating:  
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Active Directory Application Mode (ADAM) is an independent mode of Microsoft Windows Server family Active Directory with directory services for applications. ADAM provides benefits for developers who create or adapt directory-enabled applications. It provides dedicated directory services for applications, including a data store and standard application programming interfaces (APIs) for accessing the application data. ADAM operates independently of Active Directory, enabling local control and aut...

Support WebCast: Microsoft Windows XP: Exploring Boot Options and Recovery Console     
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Tuesday, June 25, 2002: 10:00 A.M. Pacific time (Greenwich mean time - 7 hours)

This session will discuss Microsoft Windows XP boot options, Recovery Console commands, and will also talk about how to use them to troubleshoot common issues that you may experience when you start Windows XP....

Support WebCast: Microsoft Windows Messenger for Windows XP: New Features, Common Issues, and Troubleshooting     
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Wednesday, July 17, 2002: 10:00 A.M. Pacific time (Greenwich mean time - 7 hours)
In this session, you will learn about common issues that users may face and how to troubleshoot and resolve these issues. You will hear about the new features of Windows Messenger that help make the user experience more enjoyable....



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