Along with enhanced management, data access and security features, Windows 8 was designed to be intuitive. Even so, using a new OS inevitably means learning some new tricks.
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Linux Mint is a computer operating system designed to work on most modern systems,
including typical x86 and x64 PCs.
Linux Mint can be thought of as filling the same role as Microsoft's Windows, Apple's
Mac OS, and the free BSD OS. Linux Mint is also designed to work in conjunction with
other operating systems (including those listed above), and can automatically set up a
“dual boot” or “multi-boot” environment (where the user is prompted as to which
operating system to start at each boot-up) during its installation.
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You should also understand the fundamentals of Microsoft
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In this section we are going to cover some of the key aspects that need to be addressed in order to
have a secure web server using IIS. It is important to note that a system is only as secure as its
weakest link and therefore any web server must be built on a secure and hardened Windows 2000
system. Securing Windows 2000 is not covered in this section but has been covered in a previous
module. So before you install IIS make sure that you spend the time to properly harden your base
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This document is your primary source of introductory, installation, postinstallation
configuration, and usage information for Oracle Data Provider for .NET.
Oracle Data Provider for .NET is an implementation of the Microsoft ADO.NET
This document describes the features of Oracle Database for Windows that apply to
the Windows NT Server, Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003
Network security spans a large number of disciplines, ranging from management
and policy topics to operating system kernel fundamentals.
Historically, the coverage of these and the other network security areas was presented
in multiple, specialized publications or given a high-level treatment that was
not suited to the practitioner. Network Security Bible approaches network security
from the view of the individual who wants to learn and apply the associated network
security best practices without having to sort through a myriad of extraneous
material from multiple sources.
This section describes the RAC documentation set. The platform-specific Oracle
Database 10g CD contains a copy of this book, the Oracle Real Application Clusters
Installation and Configuration Guide in both HTML and PDF formats. This book contains
the pre-installation, installation, and post-installation information for all UNIX- and
Windows-based platforms on which RAC operates.
In the past five (or so) years, especially, the desktop landscape has changed,
severely. Desktops have traditionally been dominated by Windows, but
alternatives are making their way into both the office and home.
Apple’s hit operating systems in the OS X series, and other chic products
(like the iPod) have not only fueled the sales of Macintosh computers, but
have opened consumers’ minds to the reality that there are alternatives to Windows.
This document describes the features of Oracle Database for Windows software
installed on Windows NT Server, Windows 2000, Windows XP Professional, and
Windows Server 2003 operating systems.
This guide is your primary source of introductory and reference information for Oracle
Database for Windows for both client and server. Differences between product
versions are noted where appropriate.
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