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Optimizing Windows 7 with Performance Monitor (part 2) - Utilizing Customized Counters in Performance Monitor & Managing Performance Monitor Properties
You can add numerous counters from any of the subsystems within Windows 7. To access the configurable Performance Monitor window, select the Performance Monitor item in the left pane
Optimizing Windows 7 with Performance Monitor (part 1) - Using Resource Monitor
Windows 7 Performance Monitor includes the new data collector set. This tool works with performance logs, telling Performance Monitor where the logs are stored and when the log needs to run. The data collector sets also define the credentials used to run the set.
Visual Basic 2010 : Reflection - Generating Code at Runtime with Reflection.Emit
Because in lots of situations turning Option Strict to Off can be very dangerous, if you need to work with late-binding you should consider moving the code that requires such a technique to a separate code file and just mark this code file with Option Strict Off, instead of setting it Off at the project level.
Visual Basic 2010 : Reflection - Invoking Code Dynamically
Reflection also enables executing dynamic code, meaning that you can pick up types defined within an assembly, creating instances and invoking types from Visual Basic code without having a reference to that assembly.
Visual Basic 2010 : Reflection - Reflecting Types
Reflection is both a key topic and a powerful tool in the .NET developer toolbox. By the way, you had the opportunity to understand how fragile your code is in security terms because with a few lines of code anyone can see types and members exposed by the assembly.
Administering Internet Explorer : Troubleshooting Internet Explorer Issues
One of the strengths of IE is that it can be extended with plug-ins and add-ons. These can add significant capabilities to IE. However, unreliable plug-ins and add-ons can make IE unstable.
Administering Internet Explorer : Understanding Advanced Settings (part 2) - Branding Internet Explorer & Group Policy Settings
You can brand IE 8 by adding custom graphics and text to Internet Explorer. The Internet Explorer Administration Kit 8 (IEAK 8) can be used to customize the appearance of IE.
Administering Internet Explorer : Understanding Advanced Settings (part 1) - Certificate Settings
A client starts an HTTPS session by clicking a link. The web server then returns a certificate that includes a public key. The public key is matched to a private key on the web server. The client and the web server use the public/private keys to establish a secure SSL session.
Administering Internet Explorer : Managing Windows Internet Explorer Settings (part 2)
When IE caches all the data from your browsing sessions, it can improve performance. However, there are times when you or another user may want to surf the Internet but not leave any traces. You can do so with InPrivate Browsing.
Administering Internet Explorer : Managing Windows Internet Explorer Settings (part 1) - Managing Cache
Windows Internet Explorer maintains different types of information for each web page you visit. Much of this stored data is used to make your next visit quicker. The data is stored in a location commonly called cache.
Visual Basic 2010 : Reflection - Understanding Assemblies Metadata & Getting Assembly Information
The Assembly Metadata, also known as assembly manifest, basically provides assembly information such as the name, version, culture, copyright information, and signature.
Visual Basic 2010 : Hosting WCF Services in Internet Information Services & Configuring Services with the Configuration Editor
WCF services enable high-level customizations over their configuration. This task can be complex if you consider that there are hundreds of options that you should translate into Xml markup
Supporting Mobile Windows 7 Users : Understanding DirectAccess & Using BranchCache
BranchCache is another new feature available only for Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2 servers. It doesn't apply to mobile computers but instead applies to remote offices.
Microsoft Excel 2010 - Creating and Modifying Charts - Changing Chart Titles
The chart title typically appears at the top of the chart. However, you can change the title position to appear as an overlap text object on top of the chart.
Microsoft Excel 2010 - Creating and Modifying Charts - Changing Chart Gridlines and Axes
If axis titles or scales are too long and unreadable, you might want to change the angle to make titles fit better in a small space, or change the interval between tick marks and axis labels to display with a better scale
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Working Together on Office Documents - Working with SharePoint Workspaces
A SharePoint workspace is your own personal copy of the SharePoint server, or selected lists and libraries you want to take offline and synchronize.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Working Together on Office Documents - Collaborating with Documents on Windows Live
After you upload your Office documents to a SkyDrive folder and configure the folder permissions, you can start to collaborate on an Office document. With Office Web Apps you can simultaneously edit documents, known as co-authoring (New!).
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Starting a New Diagram from a Sample Diagram
Visio 2010 includes five completed sample drawings that you can use as the basis for creating a drawing of your own. Each sample diagram contains shapes, text, and data on one or more pages.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Creating a New Diagram - Using AutoAdd and AutoDelete
When you add a shape using AutoAdd, Visio rearranges the existing drawing to make the new shape fit. Sometimes the changes it makes are minor; other times they are more significant.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Creating a New Diagram - Using AutoConnect and Quick Shapes
AutoConnect was introduced in Visio 2007 and provides a fast means to connect shapes with dynamic connectors. Quick Shapes are a Visio 2010 innovation that builds on AutoConnect and lets you create drawings even more quickly.
Troubleshooting Remote Access Issues (part 3) - Troubleshooting a VPN Client & A Few Words about Teredo
There are a few important steps you can take. First, make sure you have Internet access. Without Internet access, the VPN connection won't work. However, this is the easiest problem to solve because the VPN connection will let you know and prompt you to connect to the Internet.
Troubleshooting Remote Access Issues (part 2) - Creating a VPN Connection & Add a Certificate
If you're using IKEv2 or SSTP, a certificate is required for the connection. If you're using L2TP/IPSec, a certificate is recommended. The VPN server passes the certificate to the client during the connection process. However, the client won't necessarily trust this certificate.
Troubleshooting Remote Access Issues (part 1) - Remote Access Overview & Creating a Dial-up Connection
Mobile users often need to have access to an internal network even when they aren't at the company. Many companies use different types of remote access solutions to support them.
Visual Basic 2010 : Consuming WCF Services
The WCF service is exposed through the network via a WSDL. To consume objects and data exposed by the WSDL, the client needs a proxy class that is responsible for translating WSDL information into managed code that you can reuse
Visual Basic 2010 : Implementing WCF Services
A WCF service cannot be run or consumed as a standalone and must be hosted inside a .NET application. Host applications can be of several types: Console applications, Internet Information Services, and ASP.NET Development Server are all valid host applications
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Working Together on Office Documents - Downloading or Saving Documents in Office Web Apps
If you’re viewing a document in an Office Web App (New!), you can download a copy of a file to your hard drive on your computer or save it with another name (Excel) in the current SkyDrive folder on Windows Live.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Working Together on Office Documents - Downloading Documents from Windows Live
When you no longer want a document or folder of documents on Windows Live or you want to share them with others, you can download them to your local drive on your computer.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Working Together on Office Documents - Working with Documents on Windows Live
When you’re working on Windows Live, you can add files to a SkyDrive folder. You can add files from your computer drive by using the Add files link or while you create a new folder
Configuring and Troubleshooting Wireless Connectivity (part 3) - Troubleshooting Wireless Connections
A common problem you may see with mobile computers is that the wireless capability is turned off. Some mobile computers do this automatically to save power. You can usually turn it on from a switch somewhere on the laptop.
Configuring and Troubleshooting Wireless Connectivity (part 2) - Connecting to a Wireless Network & Setting Up Connections
The name of the wireless network is also called the Service Set Identifier (SSID). Wireless devices come with default names such as Linksys. However, it's common for administrators to rename the SSID.
Configuring and Troubleshooting Wireless Connectivity (part 1) - Using Wireless Security & Configuring Wireless on Windows 7
Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) is the first improvement over WEP. One of the primary benefits of WPA is that it is compatible with most of the same hardware that used WEP. WPA was intended to be an interim fix for WEP until a more permanent solution was identified.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Identifying 1-D Shapes and Types of Glue & Positioning Shapes with Rulers and Guides
In some of the preceding exercises, you have aligned shapes by using the Dynamic Grid feature of Visio 2010. However, the Dynamic Grid doesn’t always do what you need.
Visual Basic 2010 : Serialization in the ADO.NET Entity Framework
When you create Entity Data Models, entities are automatically decorated with Serializable and DataContract attributes and their members as DataMember as you can easily check by investigating the code-behind file for EDMs.
Visual Basic 2010 : Serialization in Windows Communication Foundation
There are situations in which serialization is required for persisting state of objects from WCF services. Starting with .NET Framework 3.0, you can serialize objects exposed by WCF services taking advantage of the DataContractSerializer class
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Creating and Modifying Charts - Selecting Chart Elements & Formatting Chart Elements
After you select a chart element, you can use the Format Selection button to open the Format dialog box, where you can change formatting options, including number, fill, border color and styles, shadow, 3-D format, and alignment.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Creating and Modifying Charts - Changing a Chart Type & Changing a Chart Layout and Style
Your chart is what your audience sees, so make sure to take advantage of Excel’s pre-built chart layouts and styles to make the chart appealing and visually informative.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Serialization with XAML
When you serialize generic collections, especially custom ones, ensure that they implement the IList or IDictionary interfaces or the serialization process might not work correctly.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Custom Serialization
When you create a class that inherits from another class where ISerializable is implemented, if you add new members, you can also provide a new implementation of both GetObjectData and the constructor.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Connecting Shapes with Dynamic Connectors
When you use a dynamic connector, Visio automatically adds and removes bends in the line based on the positions of the shapes to which it’s glued.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Copying and Pasting Shapes & Connecting Shapes with Lines
Visio shapes are either one dimensional (1-D) or two dimensional (2-D). 1-D shapes act like lines, with endpoints that can be attached to other shapes. 2-D shapes behave like polygons, with edges and an interior.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Working Together on Office Documents - Creating Office Documents on Windows Live
When you’re working on Windows Live, you create a new Office document (New!). You can create an Excel workbook, a PowerPoint presentation, a Word document, or an OneNote notebook.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Working Together on Office Documents - Setting Folder Permissions on Windows Live
Permissions are special properties applied to a folder that allows access to specified groups of people. You can set folder permissions that allow everyone to access a folder, a specified network of people to access a folder, or individuals to access a folder
Visual Basic 2010 : XML Serialization
Xml is a standard international file format for data exchange. Xml files are basically text files organized according to a hierarchical structure and therefore can be manipulated in whatever platforms and applications.
Visual Basic 2010 : Objects Serialization (part 2) - Soap Serialization & Providing Serialization for Custom Objects
Serializing .NET objects is the easiest serialization mode. In this particular scenario you need a file stream where you have to place data and a formatter establishing the serialization mode.
Visual Basic 2010 : Objects Serialization (part 1) - Binary Serialization
Serializing .NET objects is the easiest serialization mode. In this particular scenario you need a file stream where you have to place data and a formatter establishing the serialization mode.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Editing a Chart & Moving and Resizing a Chart
You can move or resize an embedded chart after you select it. If you’ve created a chart as a new sheet instead of an embedded object on an existing worksheet, the chart’s size and location are fixed by the sheet’s margins
Microsoft Excel 2010 - Choosing the Right Type of Chart & Creating a Chart
A chart provides a visual, graphical representation of numerical data. Charts add visual interest and useful information represented by lines, bars, pie slices, or other markers.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Working Together on Office Documents - Working with Folders on Windows Live
The My Documents and Favorites folders are private for your eyes only, while the Shared Favorites and Public folders are viewable by everyone in your Windows Live network
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Working Together on Office Documents - Accessing Documents on Windows Live
Any Office document that resides on Windows Live or a SharePoint server can be accessed from any computer that has an Internet connection. Office Web Apps (New!) work in a variety of browsers, including Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Safari for the Macintosh, and are compatible with most operating systems.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Creating a New Diagram - Selecting Shapes
A second common technique is to draw a bounding box around one or more shapes. You draw a bounding box by clicking anywhere on the page background and moving the mouse while holding down the mouse button.
 
 
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