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Windows Server 2012 : Understanding Internet Information Services 8 (part 3) - IIS Manager Administration Nodes in the Connections Pane
Many web services components need to be configured to optimize IIS for security, functionality, and redundancy. The IIS snap-in is the interface used to administer IIS services.
Windows Server 2012 : Understanding Internet Information Services 8 (part 2) - Exploring the IIS Manager Administration Panes
For example, the descriptive words associated with the areas or panes, such as the Connections pane, make it easier to identify the location of the IIS features.
Windows Server 2012 : Understanding Internet Information Services 8 (part 1) - Improvements in IIS 8
IIS 8 supports automatic blacklisting of IP addresses based on the number of requests. This feature is supported for both the website and FTP site functions of IIS. The FTP feature behaves somewhat differently in that IP addresses are blacklisted as a result of failed authentication attempts rather than a number of requests.
Windows 7 : Programming Drivers for the Kernel Mode Driver Framework (part 9) - Additional Device Object Attributes
KMDF calls the object’s EvtCleanupCallback callback when the object is being deleted, so that the driver can perform any cleanup related to the object. Device objects are typically deleted during device removal processing, so the EvtCleanupCallback for a device object is not called unless the device is removed.
Windows 7 : Programming Drivers for the Kernel Mode Driver Framework (part 8) - File Create and Close Requests
File object events occur when applications and kernel-mode components that open a handle to the device issue create, close, and cleanup requests on the device. Drivers that handle such requests must configure the device object with the appropriate callbacks.
Windows 7 : Programming Drivers for the Kernel Mode Driver Framework (part 7)
The SimpleToaster driver uses a default I/O queue, for which KMDF handles power management. The default queue receives all I/O requests for which the driver does not specifically configure another queue.
Windows 7 : Programming Drivers for the Kernel Mode Driver Framework (part 6) - Device Object and Device Context Area, Device Interface
As the example shows, the header file defines the context area and then invokes the WDF_DECLARE_CONTEXT_TYPE_WITH_NAME macro. This macro creates an accessor method that is associated with a context type.
Windows 7 : Programming Drivers for the Kernel Mode Driver Framework (part 5) - Creating the Device Object, Device Interface
Every KMDF driver that supports Plug and Play must have an EvtDriverDeviceAdd callback function, which is called each time the system enumerates a device that belongs to the driver.
Windows 7 : Programming Drivers for the Kernel Mode Driver Framework (part 4) - Creating a WDF Driver Object: DriverEntry
The Simple Toaster sample provided in toaster\func\simple is a minimal, software-only function driver. It creates a driver object, a device object, a device interface, and a single I\O queue.
Windows 7 : Programming Drivers for the Kernel Mode Driver Framework (part 3) - KMDF Driver Structure and Concepts - Object Context Area
Every instance of an object can have one or more object context areas. The object context area is a driver-defined storage area for data that is related to that particular instance, such as a driver-allocated event. The driver determines the size and layout of the object context area. For a device object, the object context area is the equivalent of the WDM device extension.
Windows 7 : Programming Drivers for the Kernel Mode Driver Framework (part 2) - KMDF Driver Structure and Concepts - Object Creation
The object configuration structure and the object attributes structure supply basic information about the object and how the driver uses it. All object types have the same attributes structure, but the configuration structure for each type of object is different and some objects do not have one.
Windows 7 : Programming Drivers for the Kernel Mode Driver Framework (part 1)
The KMDF samples are based on the similarly named Windows Driver Model (WDM) samples that are provided in the Windows Driver Kit (WDK). With a few exceptions, the corresponding drivers support similar features. If you are experienced with WDM, you might find useful a comparison of the KMDF and WDM samples.
Windows Server 2008 : Creating and Running a PowerShell Script - Testing for the Existence of a File, Creating Output as HTML
You can use the following script to capture data and send the output to an HTML file. Although this script captures the output of a get-service command, you can use it for other commands as well.
Windows Server 2008 : Creating and Running a PowerShell Script - Running PowerShell Scripts, Logging Processes with a get-process Script
Unlike normal command prompt commands, PowerShell doesn’t look in the current path to run commands. In other, words, you have to include a prefix when running a PowerShell script.
Windows Server 2008 : Creating and Running a PowerShell Script - Creating and Modifying the Global PowerShell Profile
The profile is loaded only when Windows PowerShell is first launched. In other words, if you modify the profile, the modifications won’t take effect until you close and restart PowerShell.
Windows Server 2008 : Creating and Running a PowerShell Script - Creating a PowerShell Profile
The PowerShell profile is a PowerShell script file (named profile.ps1 or Microsoft.PowerShell_profile.ps1) that creates the PowerShell environment every time Windows PowerShell is started. It can include aliases, PowerShell functions, or any other type of PowerShell modifications you want.
Windows Server 2008 : Creating and Running a PowerShell Script - Setting the Security Context
PowerShell has different levels of security set by an execution policy. If you don’t modify the execution policy, you won’t be able to run any scripts. These security contexts or security levels define what PowerShell scripts can run. The following table shows the available security contexts that you can configure.
Windows 8 : Cloud Connections - Office 2013
For many people, Microsoft Office is the reason they buy Windows in the first place. Corporations have standardized on Office, and it’s a product suite with a long tradition. Over time, Microsoft intends to move Office online and have users pay for it as a service.
Windows 8 : Cloud Connections - SkyDrive (part 3) - To access SkyDrive from a browser
In the browser version of SkyDrive, there is a Get SkyDrive apps link. From that page, you can download apps for a variety of mobile devices, including the Windows Phone, the iPhone and iPad, and Android phones.
Windows 8 : Cloud Connections - SkyDrive (part 2) - To open SkyDrive inside Windows Explorer
Pictures appear as pictures, folders as folders, and many of the documents appear with their document icons. SkyDrive knows about these files, so just double-tap or double-click on objects to open them. Files open in tile-based apps unless the file is a legacy (Desktop) file type.
Windows 8 : Cloud Connections - SkyDrive (part 1) - To add a file to the tile-based SkyDrive app
Microsoft SkyDrive, previously known as Windows Live SkyDrive and then as Windows Live Folders, is a cloud-based file hosting service. You get 7 GB of storage with your Microsoft account and can purchase additional storage as needed. You can upload files of up to 300 MB to SkyDrive.
Windows 8 : Cloud Connections - Windows Essentials (part 2) - To install Windows Essentials
After you install Windows Essentials, you will see a new application group at the right of your Start screen, with a tile for each installed application . You will also notice that SkyDrive is integrated into Windows Explorer for you to use immediately.
Windows 8 : Cloud Connections - Windows Essentials (part 1)
The Photos, Messenger, and Mail apps that appear on the tile-based interface aren’t as full-featured as the applications that are found in the Essentials package. Movie Maker and Writer are applications that you will find useful, but they do not have a tile-based app counterpart.
Windows 8 : Cloud Connections - Windows Live
Microsoft estimates that nearly 500 million people use Windows Live services every month: Hotmail is the world’s leading free email service; Messenger is the world’s leading instant messaging service, with between 300 and 350 million active users; Microsoft’s SkyDrive online storage service has 130 million users; and Windows Live Mail is second only to Outlook as a mail client.
Windows 8 : Cloud Connections - Microsoft Account (part 2) - To enable a roaming profile
You can connect your Microsoft account to your domain account using the same general procedure. In the Users pane, tap or click the Connect your Microsoft Account link and then enter your Microsoft account email address. A domain account is used in corporate settings and usually isn’t linked to a Microsoft account.
Windows 8 : Cloud Connections - Microsoft Account (part 1) - To convert a local account to a Microsoft account
When you log in to a Windows 8 device with a Microsoft account, your settings are pushed to your current device from the cloud. You can sync settings for personalization, passwords, Ease of Access, certain apps, browsers, Windows Explorer, your mouse, and more.
Windows 8 : Windows Store (part 2) - To search Windows Store, To install Windows Store apps
Use the Apps Group button in the lower-right corner of the display to view a smaller version of the Windows Store app groups.
Windows 8 : Windows Store (part 1) - To open Windows Store, To review and purchase an app from Windows Store
When you purchase an app, Windows Store associates it with your Microsoft account and allows you to install the app on up to five devices. To install an app you’ve purchased on a different device, simply open Windows Store on that device and install the app.
Windows 8 : Internet Explorer 10 - Options and Tools
Desktop IE gives you access to a number of important settings. This section highlights some of the more important ones. To begin with, you probably want to explore the Internet Options dialog box, because it sets the home page, connection types, default behaviors, and a number of advanced features.
Windows 8 : Internet Explorer 10 - Desktop IE10
If you have used Internet Explorer in previous versions of Windows, then the Desktop IE in Windows 8 will seem familiar to you.
 
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