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Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Using Group Policy Results
The Group Policy Results tool gathers information on all existing policies to determine the policies in effect and the order in which they are applied.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Group Policy Preferences (part 3) - Using Group Policy Preferences for Windows - Files
With the Files preference extension, you can copy, modify the attributes of, replace, or delete files. The extension supports wildcards in file paths and environment variables.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Group Policy Preferences (part 2) - Using Group Policy Preferences for Windows - Drive Maps
The Drive Maps setting allows you to create, update, and delete mapped drives and their properties. To create a mapped-drive preference item, follow these steps
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Group Policy Preferences (part 1)
Group Policy Preferences help you configure, deploy, and manage operating system and application settings that you cannot manage by using Group Policy. Examples include mapped drives, scheduled tasks, and Start menu settings.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Deploying Applications with Group Policy (part 4) - Configuring the Group Policy Software Installation Extension - Adding a Software Package to a Group Policy
Windows deploys packages after the second logon or restart for Windows XP clients, after the first logon or restart for Windows 2000 clients, and after the first logon or restart if you enable the Always Wait For The Network At Computer Startup And Logon policy.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Deploying Applications with Group Policy (part 3) - Configuring the Group Policy Software Installation Extension - Setting Software Installation Options
The File Extensions tab will be empty when you first create a new GPO because Windows lists only file extensions associated with packages already present in the GPO. Later you can return to this tab to select the order in which file extensions should be recognized.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Deploying Applications with Group Policy (part 2) - Creating a GPO for Software Deployment
Navigate to the new GPO in the left pane, and under Security Filtering click Add to assign this GPO to specific users or computers.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Deploying Applications with Group Policy (part 1) - Publish or Assign Applications , Creating a Software Distribution Point
To deploy an application, create or edit the appropriate GPO and add the application’s Windows Installer package to either the user or computer policy, depending on whether you want it to apply to users or computers.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Using Group Policy - Backing Up a Group Policy Object, Restoring a Group Policy Object
A valuable feature, new in the Group Policy Management Console, is the ability to back up and restore GPOs. Include regular backup of all GPOs as part of your overall planning-for-disaster strategy.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Using Group Policy - Refreshing Group Policy
By default, Group Policy refreshes in the background every 90 minutes with a random offset of 0 through 30 minutes added so that not all computers request a refresh at the same time.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Managing Group Policy Links (part 2) - Enabling and Disabling GPO Links, Disabling a Branch of a GPO
If a GPO has an entire node under User Configuration or Computer Configuration that’s not configured, disable the node to avoid processing those settings. This speeds startup and logon for all users subject to that GPO.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Managing Group Policy Links (part 1) - Setting the Scope of the GPO
A GPO applies to all the users and computers in the container with which the GPO is associated. Most GPOs default to applying to Authenticated Users—namely, everyone who can log on to the network
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Using Group Policy - Creating a Group Policy Object
Try to keep the total number of GPOs as low as possible. The processing of each GPO takes time, and too many objects can slow logons and logoffs. The number of settings within a GPO doesn’t matter—it’s the total number of GPOs.
Windows Server 2012 : Installing and Configuring FTP Services (part 6) - Configuring FTP 8 Features and Properties - FTP User Isolation Feature Page
Similar to legacy versions of FTP, IIS 8 can still isolate FTP users so FTP content is protected. This is an especially useful feature for Internet service providers (ISPs) and application service providers (ASPs) servicing a large number of users.
Windows Server 2012 : Installing and Configuring FTP Services (part 5) - Configuring FTP 8 Features and Properties - FTP Messages Feature Page, FTP Request Filtering
The FTP Messages feature page illustrated in Figure 6 is a great way to create a series of banners that are presented when a user connects to the FTP server, authenticates successfully to the FTP server, disconnected from the FTP server or is prevented from connecting because the server has reached its connection limit.
Windows Server 2012 : Installing and Configuring FTP Services (part 4) - Configuring FTP 8 Features and Properties - FTP Directory Browsing Feature Page
The FTP Directory Browsing page, illustrated in Figure 5, is divided into two sections. The first section is called Directory Listing Style. The format presentation options include MS-DOS and UNIX. The second section, Directory Listing Options, controls how directory information is displayed.
Windows Server 2012 : Installing and Configuring FTP Services (part 3) - Configuring FTP 8 Features and Properties - FTP Authentication Feature Page
The FTP Authentication feature page is used to configure authentication methods for FTP clients. By default, an FTP site does not have authentication configured, and all mechanisms are disabled out of the box.
Windows Server 2012 : Installing and Configuring FTP Services (part 2) - Creating a Secure FTP 8 Site Using SSL
With IIS 8, it is not only possible to create a new FTP site or add FTP publishing to an existing website, but it is also possible to have both FTP and HTTP coexist.
Windows Server 2012 : Installing and Configuring FTP Services (part 1) - IIS 8 FTP Server Service Features , Installing the FTP Server
Similar to the earlier version of IIS, the FTP publishing service is not installed by default. To add the FTP role service included with IIS 8 running on Windows Server 2012, complete the following steps in Server Manager after IIS has been installed
Windows Server 2012 : Installing and Configuring Websites (part 3) - Configuring IIS 8 Website Properties - IIS Features, Management Features
For clients to leverage this feature, they must use a web browser that supports compression, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 or later. In addition, the use of dynamic compression can increase processor utilization on the server.
Windows Server 2012 : Installing and Configuring Websites (part 2) - Configuring IIS 8 Website Properties - ASP.NET Features
In the not-so-recent past, right-clicking a website or the Default Web Site in IIS Manager and then selecting Properties gave you options for modifying the default settings and properties for a website.
Windows Server 2012 : Installing and Configuring Websites (part 1) - Creating a Website with IIS 8, Creating a Virtual Directory
IIS can support thousands of websites on a single web server. The number of websites that you can reasonably support depends on the way the system is configured, including the number of processors, the amount of RAM, bandwidth, and more.
Windows Server 2012 : Installing the Web Server Role, Upgrading from Other Versions of IIS
Now that you understand the installation process, including the modules, the next step is to install the Web Server (IIS) role. You must have Local User Administrator (LUA) security privileges on the Windows Server 2012 system to be able to install IIS.
Windows Server 2012 : Understanding the Modular Approach to Installing IIS 8
The buzzword for Internet Information Services 8 modularized installation process is slim and efficient. The modular setup is made up of more than 40 separate role services and features allowing for complete customization when deploying IIS 8.
Windows Server 2012 : Planning and Designing IIS 8, Installing and Upgrading IIS 8
The installation process and architecture for many recent and upcoming Microsoft product families are completely modularized like Internet Information Services 8 on Windows Server 2012.
Windows 7 : Working with Files - Burn Files to a CD or DVD
If your computer has a recordable CD or DVD drive, you can copy — or burn — files and folders to a recordable disc. This enables you to store a large amount of data in a single place for convenient transport, storage, or backup.
Windows 7 : Working with Files - Copy a File, Move a File
You can make an exact copy of a file, which is useful if you want to make a backup of an important file on a flash drive, memory card, or other removable disk, or if you want to send the copy on a disk to another person.
Windows 7 : Working with Files - Change the File View, Preview a File
You can configure how Windows 7 displays the files in a folder by changing the file view. This enables you to see larger or smaller icons or the details of each file.
Windows 7 : Working with Files - Select a File
Whether you want to rename a file, make a copy of a file, move several files to a new location, or delete some files, you first have to select the file or files so that Windows 7 knows exactly the ones you want to work with.
Windows 7 : Working with Files - View Your Files
You can view the files you create, as well as those stored on your hard drive that you download and copy to your computer. All your files are stored in folders on your computer's hard drive.
 
 
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