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Forwarding Events (part 2) - How to Troubleshoot Event Forwarding & How to Configure Event Forwarding in Workgroup Environments
Typically, event forwarding is required only in large environments that use AD DS domains. However, you can also configure event forwarding in workgroup environments. The process is very similar to that used in AD DS environments.
Forwarding Events (part 1) - How to Configure Event Forwarding in AD DS Domains
To forward events, you must configure both the forwarding and collecting computers. The forwarding computer is the computer that generates the events, and the collecting computer is the management workstation that administrators use to monitor events.
Visual Basic 2010 : Platform Invokes and Interoperability with the COM Architecture - P/Invokes and Unmanaged Code
One of the biggest benefits of the .NET Framework is that the technology is a bridge between you and the Windows operating system and is responsible for managing a lot of system features highly reducing the risk of bad system resources management that could lead the system to unwanted crashes or problems.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Changing Shape Data Attributes
The semicolon at the very beginning of the list causes a null (blank) entry to appear at the top of the list. If you do not include a null entry, the user will not be able to leave the field blank after he or she has clicked something in the list.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Viewing Shape Data Attributes
The Define Shape Data dialog box looks like one of the following two samples. The one on the left appears for most Visio users. The one on the right appears if you are running Visio in developer mode, and offers several additional options.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Building More Powerful Worksheets - Summarizing Data Using Subtotals & Summarizing Data Using Functions
You can use conditional functions, such as SUMIF, COUNTIF, and AVERAGEIF to summarize data in a workbook. These functions allow you to calculate a total, count the number of items, and average a set of numbers based on a specific criteria.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Building More Powerful Worksheets - Using Lookup and Reference Functions & Using Text Functions
You can use lookup and reference functions in Excel to easily retrieve information from a data list. The lookup functions (VLOOKUP and HLOOKUP) allow you to search for and insert a value in a cell that is stored in another place in the worksheet.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Building More Powerful Worksheets - Using Solver
The Solver is an add-in program, which may need to be loaded using the Add-In pane in Excel Options. The Solver is useful for predicting how results might change over time based on different assumptions.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Editing Shape Data
As a simple example, you cannot enter text into a number or currency field. Similarly, Visio prevents you from entering anything other than a number and one of the five valid time unit abbreviations in a duration field.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Viewing Shape Data
If the Shape Data window is already open when you right-click a shape, click Data, and then click Shape Data, Visio will close it. This may not be what you expect, especially if you didn’t notice that the window was already open and can’t figure out why it didn’t appear.
Managing Disks : Understanding RAID & Using Disk Maintenance Tools
Disk defragmentation rearranges the existing files so they are stored contiguously, which optimizes access to them. In Windows 7, you use the Disk Defragmenter utility to defragment your disk.
Managing Disks : Managing Data Encryption with EFS
Data encryption is a way to increase data security. Encryption is the process of translating data into code that is not easily accessible to users other than the person who encrypted the data.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Building More Powerful Worksheets - Creating Scenarios
Because some worksheet data is constantly evolving, the ability to create multiple scenarios lets you speculate on a variety of outcomes.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Building More Powerful Worksheets - Looking at Alternatives with Data Tables
Data tables provide a shortcut by calculating all of the values in one operation. A data table is a range of cells that shows the results of substituting different values in one or more formulas.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Building More Powerful Worksheets - Using Data Analysis Tools & Using the Euro Conversion
Excel provides a collection of statistical functions and macros to analyze data in the Analysis ToolPak. The Analysis Toolpak is an add-in program, which may need to be loaded using the Add-In pane in Excel Options.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Setting Theme Options
If you want to copy a theme from one Visio drawing to another, merely copy a shape containing the theme from the first drawing and paste it into the second one. You can then delete the shape—the theme will remain behind.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Customizing Themes
It’s a subtle effect, but when you select or create a theme color set, the colors on the Colors button in the Themes group on the Design tab change to reflect your choice.
Managing Disks : Troubleshooting Disk Management & Managing Data Compression
The Disk Management utility can be used to troubleshoot disk errors through a set of status codes; however, if a disk will not initialize, no status code will be displayed. Disks will not initialize if there is no valid disk signature.
Managing Disks : Managing Dynamic Storage - Creating an Extended Volume
A dynamic disk can contain simple, spanned, or striped volumes. Through the Disk Management utility, you can create volumes of each type. You can also create an extended volume, which is the process of adding disk space to a single simple volume.
Visual Studio 2010 : Deploying Web Applications
Deploying Web applications is more complicated than deploying Windows applications. One key difference is what occurs during the build process. Windows applications are compiled into assemblies.
Visual Studio 2010 : Deploying Smart Client Applications (part 2) - Making a Windows Installer
You can distribute the resulting MSI (Microsoft Installer) files by using CDs or DVDs, or a file share for installation across a network. MSI files can install an application on a target machine in a Windows application or on a Web site in a Web application.
Visual Studio 2010 : Deploying Smart Client Applications (part 1) - From No Touch to ClickOnce
Microsoft started introducing the concept of Web-based installation in previous versions of the .NET Framework. The technology was improved, and the name changed from No Touch to ClickOnce.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Applying Themes to Your Diagrams (part 2)
Now that you know the basics of applying a theme, you are ready to explore more sophisticated ways to use themes to differentiate among various shapes on a page. The exercise in this section will walk you through one technique for applying different colors to different shapes.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Applying Themes to Your Diagrams (part 1)
Visio 2007 introduced the idea of themes. A theme is a coordinated set of background, fill, line, and accent colors. Visio 2007 also introduced theme effects, which can include specific fonts, fill patterns, shadows, and line styles.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Turning Off the Grid
For the majority of Visio users, the background grid is invaluable for aligning and positioning shapes on the page. However, just because it’s vital for creating and editing Visio drawings, don’t assume that people looking at your drawings also need to see it.
Managing Disks : Using the Disk Management Utility (part 2) - Understanding the Disk Management Utility
Upgrading basic disks to dynamic disks is a one-way process as far as preserving data is concerned and is a potentially dangerous operation. Before you perform this upgrade (or make any major change to your drives or volumes), create a new backup of the drive or volume and verify that you can successfully restore the backup.
Managing Disks : Using the Disk Management Utility (part 1) - Using the Microsoft Management Console
The Microsoft Management Console (MMC) is the console framework for application management. The MMC provides a common environment for snap-ins. Snap-ins are administrative tools developed by Microsoft or third-party vendors.
Managing Disks : Configuring File Systems & Configuring Disk Storage
Windows 7 supports three types of disk storage; basic, dynamic, and GU1D partition table (GPT). Basic storage is backward compatible with other operating systems and can be configured to support up to four partitions.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Saving and Managing a Chart Template
A chart template file (.crtx) saves all the customization you made to a chart for use in other workbooks. You can save any chart in a workbook as a chart template file and use it to form the basis of your next workbook chart, which is useful for standard company financial reporting.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Adding and Deleting a Data Series
Many components make up a chart. Each range of data that comprises a bar, column, or pie slice is called a data series; each value in a data series is called a data point.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Using the Format Painter
Like many other applications in the Microsoft Office suite, Visio includes a Format Painter feature, which is an easy way to transfer the formatting from one shape to another.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Applying Line Styles and Colors
Now that you have added color and fills to shapes, you can explore line formatting options. Although not quite as exciting visually, line styles can also add value and meaning to your drawings.
Managing the Windows 7 Environment : Managing Windows 7 Services
A service is a program, routine, or process that performs a specific function within the Windows 7 operating system. You can manage services through the Services window, which can be accessed in a variety of ways
Managing the Windows 7 Environment : Configuring Advanced Power Settings
Each power plan contains advanced settings that can be configured, such as when the hard disks will be turned off and whether a password is required on wakeup
Managing the Windows 7 Environment : Configuring Mobile Computing
Windows 7 includes several features that are particularly useful for laptop computers. For example, through Power Options in Control Panel, you can select a power plan and enable power-management features.
Visual Basic 2010 : Exposing .NET Objects to the COM World
The class is marked as ComVisible(False) simply because not all its members are COM-visible. Notice that a public, empty constructor is required for COM-visible objects.
Visual Basic 2010 : Importing and Using COM Objects
The .NET Framework 4.0, like previous versions, offers support for interoperability with the COM architecture via an engine named Runtime Callable Wrapper, which is the infrastructure that provides a communication bridge between .NET and COM.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Applying Color and Fill Patterns
You can use several techniques to add color and style in Visio. Some apply a change to a single shape attribute, and others change multiple characteristics at once.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Using the Auto Align & Space Feature
Visio 2010 includes a powerful new Auto Align & Space feature that makes a best effort to position the shapes in your drawing for you.
Managing the Windows 7 Environment : Configuring Remote Connections (part 3) - Configuring a VPN Connection
A virtual private network (VPN) is a way to establish a connection between a client machine (VPN client) and server machine (VPN server). A VPN gives you the ability to connect (called tunneling) to a server through the use of the Internet or a dial-up connection (hopefully not dial-up)
Managing the Windows 7 Environment : Configuring Remote Connections (part 2) - Remote Desktop
This tool does not require someone to be available to collaborate with you on the remote computer. While the remote computer is being accessed, it remains locked and any actions that are performed remotely will not be visible to the monitor that is attached to the remote computer.
Managing the Windows 7 Environment : Configuring Remote Connections (part 1) - Remote Assistance
The Windows 7 machine is configured by default to allow Remote Assistance. If this has been disabled in the configuration, an error will be generated here and you must enable Remote Assistance.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Aligning and Spacing Shapes
In this exercise, you will work with several valuable Visio tools that align and distribute shapes on the drawing page. After creating a collection of randomly placed shapes, you will rearrange them into neat rows and columns without dragging a single shape.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Using the Organization Chart Wizard with New Data
If your organization data is not in a format that Visio can read and you would like to type it into a spreadsheet but don’t want to start from scratch, the Organization Chart Wizard can create a preformatted spreadsheet for you.
Configuring the Windows 7 Operating System (part 3) - Understanding the System Icon & Using the Registry Editor
Microsoft Windows 7 handles the virtual memory requirements by default, but I recommend increasing the virtual memory on your machine if hard drive space is available.
Configuring the Windows 7 Operating System (part 2) - Configuring Windows Aero & Using Control Panel
Control Panel is a set of GUI utilities that allow you to configure Registry settings without the need to use a Registry editor. The Registry is a database used by the operating system to store configuration information.
Configuring the Windows 7 Operating System (part 1) - Configuring the Desktop Environment
Microsoft includes premade Desktops called themes. You can set Windows 7 to use the Windows 7 Aero theme, the Windows 7 Standard theme, the Windows 7 Basic theme, the Windows Classic theme, or any customized theme you want.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Using the Organization Chart Wizard with Existing Data
The primary reason to store data in org chart shapes is to allow you to run reports or use the data in other ways without the need to revert to your original data source.
Visual Studio 2010 : Building Smart Client User Interfaces - Laying Out Your Controls
Windows Forms provide several options for managing controls for resizing, including containers for grouping controls and properties for locking controls in place.
Visual Basic 2010 : Manipulating Documents and Media - Viewing XPS Documents
WPF offers full support for XPS documents, also offering a DocumentViewer control that enables developers to embed XPS viewing functionalities in their applications
 
 
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