ith Professional Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007, you can master all aspects of using Share Point Designer in an Enterprise environment to enhance Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies. Review key integration points, how to use CSS editing tools to create and modify SharePoint themes, how to supplement SharePoint Designer functionality by using Microsoft Visual Studio, and how to create a rich interactive experience.
Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio (MRDS) offers an exciting new wayto program robots in the Windows environment. With key portions of the MRDS code available in source form, it is readily extensible and offers numerous opportunities for programmers and hobbyists. This comprehensive book illustrates creative ways to use the tools and libraries in MRDS so you can start building innovative new robotics applications.
WINDOWS SERVER 2012 is the latest incarnation of Microsoft’s successful server platform. Included
is a new version of IIS, now in its eighth incarnation.
IIS 8.0 isn’t the revolutionary change in architecture that IIS 7.0 was. However it offers much new
functionality, absorbing many of the standalone add-on updates available since IIS 7.0 was released,
as well presenting administrators with new security, scalability, and administrative features.
For readers familiar with IIS 7.
My greatest thanks go to my beautiful wife, Xiaodong Gong, who never wavered in her support. I could
not have written this book without her. Xiaodong, thanks very much for always being there for me and
for your continuous love, understanding, support, and patience.
Huge thanks go to Chris Webb, the book’s senior acquisitions editor, for giving me this unique
opportunity to work on this exciting project and for all his guidance.
SQL Server 2008 represents a sizable jump forward in scalability, performance, and usability for the DBA, developer, and business intelligence (BI) developer. It is no longer unheard of to have 20-terabyte databases running on a SQL Server. SQL Server administration used to just be the job of a database administrator (DBA), but as SQL Server proliferates throughout smaller companies
When used with the MDX query language, SQL Server Analysis Services allows developers to build full-scale database applications to support such business functions as budgeting, forecasting, and market analysis.
Shows readers how to build data warehouses and multi-dimensional databases, query databases, and use Analysis Services and other components of SQL Server to provide end-to-end solutions
Mời các bạn cùng tham khảo tài liệu "Hướng dẫn cơ bản về Microsoft Project Professional 2010" dưới đây để nắm bắt được cách sử dụng Microsoft Project Professional 2010. Với các bạn đang học chuyên ngành Công nghệ thông tin thì đây là tài liệu tham khảo hữu ích cho các bạn.
Designed to compete directly with books such as Mastering Windows 2000 Professional, by Mark Minasi, Configuring and Troubleshooting Windows XP Professional is comprehensive guide for system administrators and network engineers responsible for deploying Windows XP Professional across the network.
The first Windows XP Professional book on the market
Not 'for Dummies' - this is an essential reference guide for certified Windows 2000 administrators and engineers
Edited by Tom Shinder, the best-selling author of Configuring ISA Server 2000...
The purpose of this course is to address the implementation and desktop support needs of customers that are planning to deploy and support Microsoft Windows XP Professional in a variety of stand-alone and network operating system environments. It provides in-depth, hands-on training for Information Technology (IT) professionals responsible for the planning, implementation, management, and support of Windows XP Professional.
Module 1: Installing Windows XP Professional. The following topics are covered in this module: Planning an Installation of Microsoft Windows XP Professional Installing Windows XP Professional, upgrading to Microsoft Windows XP, transferring user settings and files by using the USMT, performing post-installation tasks.
Module 2: Automating an installation of Microsoft Windows XP Professional. The following topics are covered in this module: Introduction to automating an installation of Windows XP Professional; creating answer files; creating a uniqueness database file; performing an automated installation of Windows XP Professional; overview of creating and deploying an image; preparing a reference computer; creating, testing, and deploying an image; managing security settings by using security center.
Module 3: Configuring hardware on a computer running Windows XP Professional. The following topics are covered in this module: Installing and configuring hardware devices, working with drivers, troubleshooting hardware devices.
Module 4: Managing disks. The following topics are covered in this module: Working with disk management, working with basic disks, working with dynamic disks, preparing disks when upgrading to Windows XP Professional, managing disks, defragmenting volumes.
Module 6: Troubleshooting the boot process and other system issues. The following topics are covered in this module: Multimedia - Examining the Windows XP Professional boot process, controlling system settings during the boot process, changing startup behavior using the boot.ini file, using advanced boot options to troubleshoot startup problems, using the recovery console to start the computer, restoring the computer to a previous state.
Module 10: Configuring Windows XP Professional to operate in Microsoft networks. The following topics are covered in this module: Examining workgroups and user accounts, creating and authenticating local user accounts, configuring local security, configuring networking options in a workgroup, operating in a domain.
Module 12: Configuring Windows XP professional for mobile computing. The following topics are covered in this module: Configuring power management options for mobile computing; making files, folders, and web pages available for offline use.
I didn’t follow Mark Twain’s advice in this book (the word very appears throughout), but if
my writing still appears “just as it should be,” then it’s because of the keen minds and sharp
linguistic eyes of the editors at Que. Near the front of the book you’ll find a long list of the
hard-working professionals whose fingers made it into this particular paper pie.
SCOT HILLIER is an independent consultant and Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP)
focused on creating solutions for information workers with SharePoint, Office, and related
NET technologies. He is the author of ten books on Microsoft technologies. When not writing
about technology, Scot can often be found presenting to audiences ranging from developers
to C-level executives. Scot is a former naval submarine officer and graduate of the Virginia
Military Institute. Scot can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Support for his books can be
found at http://www.sharepointstuff.com....