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Tuesday, January 20, 2009

CBT Nugget FOR MCSE 2003

This links for mcse cbt nuggetsCore Exams:

Client Operating System

CODE70-270 - Installing, Configuring, and Administering Microsoft Windows XP Professional

CODE70-620 - TS: Windows Vista, Configuring

Core Exams: Networking System

CODE70-290 - Managing and Maintaining a Windows Server 2003 Environment

CODE70-291 - Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure

CODE70-293 - Planning and Maintaining a Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure

CODE70-294 - Planning, Implementing, and Maintaining a Windows Server 2003 Active Directory Infrastructure

Core Exams: Design

CODE70-297 - Designing a Windows Server 2003 Active Directory and Network Infrastructure

CODE70-298 - Designing Security for a Windows Server 2003 Network

Elective Exams

CODE70-284 - Implementing and Managing Microsoft Exchange Server 2003

CODE70-285 - Designing a Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Organization

CODE70-350 - Implementing Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server 2004

CODE70-299 - Implementing and Administering Security in a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network

CODE70-236 - Configuring Exchange Server 2007

Lynda Sharepoint 2007 (837 MB)

SharePoint 2007 Essential Training covers each aspect of using both Windows SharePoint Services and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS). Instructor David Rivers takes viewers through the whole process, from smart content management to publishing collaborative projects and documents online. Along the way, he teaches how to create and organize sites; manage content; control security levels; understand simple and complex searches; and create and manage team sites, blogs, and meeting workspaces.

Released on: 11/6/2007

Table of contents
Welcome 1:26 1.8 MB

1. Getting Started with SharePoint
What is SharePoint? 3:33 3 MB
SharePoint components and terminology 7:27 6.2 MB
Considering structured and unstructured assets 7:21 6.7 MB
Filling gaps with SharePoint 3:29 2.8 MB
Physical planning considerations 4:53 4.3 MB

2. Working with SharePoint Sites
What are sites? 2:52 2 MB
Site and workspace layouts 6:25 10 MB
Meeting workspaces 3:06 4.8 MB
Blog sites 2:10 3.9 MB
Navigating sites and workspaces 7:19 14.6 MB
Creating sites and subsites 8:15 17.2 MB

3. Managing Site Security
Managing SharePoint groups 6:42 14 MB
Setting permission inheritance for sites 3:48 7.4 MB
Managing permission levels 4:22 8.9 MB
Managing site collection administrators 2:37 5 MB

4. Editing Site Details
Updating current site details 3:08 6.2 MB
Customizing navigation options 5:42 11.6 MB
Updating site themes and definitions 3:23 6.9 MB
Configuring regional settings 4:08 8.2 MB
Deleting a site 2:49 5.7 MB

5. Working with Site Templates
Creating a site template 3:52 8.1 MB
Modifying a site template 3:15 6.6 MB
Deleting a site template 2:47 5.7 MB
Using the Recycle Bin 3:55 7.9 MB

6. SharePoint Server 2007
MOSS collaboration portals 6:48 12.5 MB
MOSS publishing portals 3:42 7.7 MB
Navigation in MOSS 9:30 16.8 MB
Searching in MOSS 7:20 12.4 MB
Defining the Welcome page 2:59 5.9 MB
Using page layouts and templates 4:13 8.4 MB
Using master pages and style sheets 5:10 11.4 MB

7. Working with Site Templates in MOSS
Using the Document Center template 4:51 8.9 MB
Using the Records Center template 4:42 8.9 MB
Using the Personalization Site template 5:14 10.9 MB
Using the Site Directory template 5:01 9.3 MB
Using the Report Center template 5:27 11 MB
Using Search Center templates 2:50 5.4 MB
Using Publishing Site templates 3:44 5.9 MB
Using the New Site template 4:43 8.5 MB

8. Working with Lists
Creating lists 3:30 5.3 MB
Working with lists 4:17 6.9 MB
Managing columns 4:53 8.4 MB
Filtering and sorting lists 2:41 3.9 MB
Creating views 7:58 15.3 MB
Using versioning with lists 2:22 4 MB
Managing lists 6:01 10.2 MB
Managing list security 5:02 9.8 MB
Creating a list template 3:32 6.1 MB
Working with content types 10:50 22.4 MB

9. Communicating with Lists
Working with announcements 3:35 6.5 MB
Working with contacts 3:44 7.7 MB
Using a discussion board 3:45 7.3 MB

10. Tracking with Lists
Working with links 3:42 7.1 MB
Working with calendars 8:44 17.7 MB
Working with tasks 6:16 10.7 MB
Tracking issues 5:33 9.5 MB
Working with surveys 7:57 16.7 MB
Working with agendas 5:28 10.6 MB

11. Advanced List Topics
Working with custom lists 5:24 9.9 MB
Working with KPI lists 9:19 16.7 MB
Working with languages and translators 3:29 6.8 MB
Advanced datasheet features 3:23 5.7 MB

12. Working with Libraries
Working with document libraries 8:36 15.1 MB
Working with picture libraries 9:26 17.8 MB
Working with wiki page libraries 8:05 15.1 MB
Working with slide libraries 6:45 12.7 MB
Working with other libraries 2:37 4 MB
Integrating with Office 3:49 6 MB
Publishing to a document library 2:01 3.3 MB
Connecting libraries with Outlook 2:00 3.5 MB
Using InfoPath to create form libraries 5:02 10 MB

13. Workflow and Information Management in SharePoint
Overview of workflows 4:12 6.4 MB
Creating and using workflows 10:32 20.5 MB
Information management policies and features 4:40 6.5 MB
Understanding site collection policy 5:45 12.2 MB
Understanding site content type policy 2:47 5.7 MB
Understanding list and library policies 3:27 5.3 MB

14. Working with Pages and Web Parts in SharePoint
Working with basic pages 5:49 7.8 MB
Working with Web Part pages 2:39 4.6 MB
Adding Web Parts to pages 4:53 8.8 MB
Managing Web Part pages 6:48 13.9 MB
Importing and exporting Web Parts 3:21 6.7 MB
Using standard galleries and Web Parts 5:20 11 MB
Working with publishing pages 6:12 12.4 MB

15. Personalizing SharePoint
Subscribing to and receiving alerts 5:16 9.5 MB
Managing alerts 2:37 4.9 MB
Using My Site 9:46 20.4 MB
Using My Links 3:48 6.1 MB
Personalizing pages 2:15 4.4 MB

16. Document Management and Project Collaboration Scenarios
Document management overview 6:14 6.2 MB
Business drivers for document management 1:50 1.7 MB
SharePoint environment layout 1:43 1.8 MB
Creating a top-level site 3:07 6.2 MB
Adding components 2:01 3.9 MB
Changing and deleting components 4:42 9.5 MB
Creating effective document management solutions 4:13 5.7 MB

CBT-Exam-Pack 70-237 Microsoft Exchange Server 2007

CBT-Exam-Pack 70-237 Microsoft Exchange Server 2007

Exam-Pack 70-237: Designing Messaging Solutions with Microsoft Exchange Server 2007
Training for Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP) exam 70-237
$299.00 - Includes 21 Videos
Add a Self Test® Practice Test for $99.00

Trainer: J. Peter Bruzzese (Trainer Comments)
Running Time: 7 Hours

Exam information from Microsoft []

Microsoft Improves Exchange Server for 2007 -- The Learning Curve is Big, and The Benefits Are Too

Exchange 2007 is an incredible product. You’ll really enjoy all its new features and enhancements.

But note: you can’t upgrade to it from previous Exchange versions; you must migrate. That's why the design process is so important.

This video series dramatically lowers the Exchange 2007 learning curve. Trainer Peter Bruzzese systematically takes you through all the design features of Exchange 2007, including step-by-step instruction on migration from older versions.

Peter shows you how to:
# Design solutions for your new messaging system setup.
# Design in active directory.
# Address hardware/software concerns as you get your Exchange servers up and running.
# Work through problem scenarios and learn solutions.
# Understand managed content settings and security.
# And much more.

Here's what you'll learn in each of the Exchange 2007 Design videos:

Video 1 – “Introduction”

Video 2 - “Setting the Design Stage” - This nugget explains the necessity of Design for your Exchange deployments. Five scenarios are presented for you to consider, covering all exam topics. Requirements are listed but solutions are not provided. You will find solutions at the end of the series in the final nugget.

Video 3 - “Designing AD for Exchange 2007 Deployments” - This nugget explains the necessary concerns you must keep in mind before installing your first Exchange 2007 Server. Concerns on how to work from a forest and/or domain standpoint, where to place Global Catalog servers, DNS and routing concerns, and ensuring your Active Directory is prepared for the schema changes and domain configuration changes.

Video 4 - “Evaluate and Plan Your Server Deployment” - This nugget focuses on server placement and roles. Which server should you install first in your deployments and where do these servers belong in terms of the network perimeter and the internal network.

Video 5 - “Designing Your Exchange Servers” - This nugget focuses on the hardware and software concerns for your Mailbox and Non-Mailbox Exchange Servers. Concerns about storage, memory, processor and so forth will be discussed in-depth so you can make reasonable hardware design decisions.

Video 6 - “Public Folder Design” - This nugget explains the new rationale in Exchange 2007 toward Public Folders, which have been “de-emphasized” in Exchange. We will explain what that means, and review replicas and referrals.

Video 7 - “Reviewing High Availability Options” - This nugget reviews the various solutions at your disposal for High Availability, including Local Continuous Replication (LCR), Cluster Continuous Replication (CCR) and Single Copy Clusters (SCC). We also explain the value and necessity of Service Level Agreements (SLAs) with vendors and/or clients.

Video 8 - “Define a High Availability Solution” - This nugget offers you a variety of design scenarios to ponder with a focus on those concepts that repeatedly present themselves on the exam.

Video 9 - “Disaster Recovery Solutions” - This nugget reviews the basics of backups, including terminology and theory. We will also walk you through both Mailbox and Non-Mailbox solution possibilities.

Video 10 - “Designing a Disaster Recovery Solution” - This nugget presents design scenarios that may confront you on the exam, including explanation of little exam nuances and how to work around specific issues. We will also review scenarios where Disaster Recovery is combined with other solutions, like a High Availability solution.

Video 11 - “Content Settings” - This nugget reviews the design theory and practical step-by-step implementation of both Managed Default Folders and Managed Custom Folders.

Video 12 - “Journal and Transport Rules” - This nugget explains the use of journaling and transport rules. We demonstrate how to implement these types of message control and review when to use one type over another.

Video 13 - “Planning for Unified Messaging” - In this nugget we discuss the features provided through Unified Messaging. We explain the hardware concerns you will have in your design, as well as the installation and configuration process.

Video 14 - “Designing Security Part 1” - This nugget explains the use of administrative security including permissions and message flow restrictions.

Video 15 - “Designing Security Part 2” - In this nugget we focus on the Edge Transport server role with Anti-Spam and Anti-virus design concerns. We also take a look into the Microsoft-offered hosted solutions.

Video 16 - “Routing Design Decisions” - In this nugget we are going to discuss a few changes we can make within our message routing infrastructure to ensure we have smooth transfer of messages from one end of our organization to the other. The discussion will begin with an overview of default routing topologies and site costs, and then we will discuss the use of Hub sites, changing site costs and the use of distribution list servers to improve routing.

Video 17 - “Designing Accepted, Authoritative and Relay Domains” - This nugget reviews a few design terms that may present themselves on the exam and what those terms mean in relation to server placement and how messages route. We discuss authoritative domains, as well as internal and external relay domains.

Video 18 - “Design an Exchange 2003 to 2007 Strategy (Part 1)” - In this nugget we will review the terminology involved in performing upgrades from previous versions of Exchange over to 2007, including the migration approach from a non-Microsoft messaging system, or an Exchange 5.5 system.

Video 19 - “Design an Exchange 2003 to 2007 Strategy (Part 2)” - Moving forward from the previous nugget, this nugget explains the procedure for transitioning from Exchange 2000 or 2003 over to Exchange 2007. Which servers to deploy first? How to handle a period of co-existence. And finally, decommissioning your Exchange 2K or 2K3 Servers.

Video 20 - “Design Finalization” - This nugget discusses the methodology involved in organizing your design, presenting your design for approval and documenting the final decisions that are decided upon by all involved.

Video 21 - “Design Scenario Solutions” - This nugget takes us back to the 5 design scenarios we were presented with in the first nugget and the requirements called for, but this time we review solutions. No doubt by the time you’ve been through the entire series of nuggets, you won’t need me to tell you the solutions, you will already know exactly how to proceed.

On-the-job Exchange 2007 skills plus exam prep for the MCITP exam

Exam-Pack 70-237: Exchange Server 2007, Design gives you hands-on skills for designing Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. In addition to these real-world skills, the series maps to exam objectives for Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP) exam 70-237, certifying to employers that you have the skills to Design Messaging Solutions with Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 for their business e-mail system.


A fundamental understanding of Microsoft Windows networking and Windows Server 2003 such as the MCSE 2003: Core Networking Systems Combo Pack or equivalent knowledge is recommended before viewing this training.

Exam-Pack 70-237: Exchange Server 2007, Configuring contains:

- Series Intro (free video!)
- Setting the Design Stage
- Design Active Directory for Exchange 2007 Deployments
- Evaluate and Plan Your Server Deployment
- Designing your Exchange Servers
- Public Folder Design
- Reviewing High Availability Options
- Define a High Availability Solution
- Disaster Recovery Solutions
- Designing a Disaster Recovery Solution
- Managed Content Settings
- Journal and Transport Rules
- Planning for Unified Messaging
- Designing Security Part 1 (Permissions and Message Flow Restrictions)
- Designing Security Part 2 (Anti-Spam and Anti-Virus)
- Routing Design Decisions
- Designing Accepted, Authoritative and Relay Domains
- Design an Exchange 2003 to 2007 Strategy (Part 1)
- Design an Exchange 2003 to 2007 Strategy (Part 2)
- Design Finalization
- Design Scenario Solutions

Monday, January 19, 2009

ISA 2006 CBT

What Is ISA Server 2006?

ISA Server 2006 is an integrated edge security gateway that helps protect IT environments from Internet-based threats while providing users fast and secure remote access to applications and data. ISA Server 2006 is available in two versions: standard edition and enterprise edition (view comparison).
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Usage Scenarios

ISA Server 2006 provides value to IT managers, network administrators, and information security professionals who are concerned about the security, performance, manageability, or reduced cost of network operations. ISA Server 2006 can help you:

Securely Publish Content for Remote Access. ISA Server 2006 helps streamline the implementation providing security for corporate applications accessed over the Internet.

Connect and Secure Branch Offices. ISA Server 2006 provides a robust way to securely expand corporate networks reducing network costs by leveraging existing network connections.

Defend Against External and Internal Web-Based Threats. ISA Server 2006 was engineered to deliver stronger security to manage and protect your networks.
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Securely Publishing Your Content for Remote Access

Businesses need to provide employees and partners with secure and appropriate remote access to applications, documents, and data from any PC or device.

ISA Server 2006 enables organizations to make their Exchange, SharePoint, and other Web application servers accessible in a more secure way to remote users outside the corporate network. By pre-authenticating users before they gain access to any published servers, inspecting even encrypted traffic at the application layer in a stateful manner, and providing automated publishing tools, ISA Server 2006 makes it easier to provide security for corporate applications accessed over the Internet. Read more about Secure Remote Access with ISA Server 2006.


ISA Server 2006 Lab Manuals

ISA Server 2006 Lab Manuals

The main ISA Server 2006 lab manual consists of nine lab modules:

- A. Introduction to ISA Server
- B. Configuring Outbound Internet Access
- C. Publishing Web Servers and Other Servers
- D. Publishing an Exchange Server
- E. Enabling VPN Connections
- F. ISA Server 2006 as Branch Office Gateway
- G. Enterprise Management of ISA Servers
- H. Configuring Load Balancing
- I. Using Monitoring, Alerting and Loging

Each lab module is independent of the other lab modules.

All nine lab modules are in a single lab manual, named ISA 2006 Lab Manual.doc.

The modules contain exercises about new or changed functionality in ISA Server 2006,
and contain exercises about functionality that is the same in ISA Server 2004.

In the "subset" lab manual, only the exercises about new or changed functionality
in ISA Server 2006 are put together in a single lab manual. All these exercises
are also in the main lab manual.

Each lab manual has a version formatted for A4 paper size, and a version formatted
for Letter paper size.

veritas netbackup videos

Veritas Backup Exec 10 CBT

The Veritas Backup Exec 10.x for Windows Servers course provides students with comprehensive instruction to install and configure Backup Exec 10.x. Students will create policies, run backup jobs, and create and run restore jobs. In addition, tape configuration and media rotation methods will be covered,as will troubleshooting of Backup Exec.

Who Can Benefit
System administrators, system engineers, technical support personnel, consultants, network administrators, backup administrators, backup operators, and othes who will be responsible for installing, configuring and administering Backup Exec 10.x for Windows Servers.

Attendees should be familiar with the administration and configuration of the Widows 2000 and Windows 2003 platforms, and should have experience configuring server software and hardware. Attendees should have knowledge of Windows 2000 and Windows 2003 system administration, including domain security. Active Directory is recommended.

Skills Gained
Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:

* Define the architecture and concepts of Backup Exec
* Install and configure Backup Exec
* Manage devices and media
* Configure job policies and templates
* Complete a backup
* Complete a restore
* Design a Backup Exec environment to fit your company's needs

Related Courses

* VERITAS NetBackup 5.x for UNIX Administration (VT-266)

Course Content

Module 1 - Course Introduction

* Backup Exec Administration
* VERITAS' Education and Support Resources
* The Backup Exec Environment

Module 2 - Product Overview

* What is Backup Exec?
* What's New in Backup Exec 10?
* Backup Exec Agents
* Backup Exec Options

Module 3 - Backup Exec Architecture and Concepts

* Backup Exec Architecture
* Backup Exec Terminology
* Backup Exec Concepts

Module 4 - Installing and Configuring Backup Exec

* Preinstallation Considerations
* Installing Backup Exec
* Configuring Backup Exec
* Installing Agents and Options
* Uninstalling and Upgrading Backup Exec
* Troubleshooting Installation Issues

Module 5 - Planning a Backup Strategy

* Backup Terms and Concepts Review
* Backup Strategy Concerns

Module 6 - Managing Devices

* Configuring Devices
* Creating Device Pools
* Configuring Device Properties
* Updating Device Drivers

Module 7 - Managing Media

* Media Terms and Concepts
* Selecting Data for Overwrite Operations
* Configuring Media Sets
* Media Operations
* Troubleshooting Media Issues

Module 8 - Creating Backup Jobs

* Minimum Requirements for Backup Jobs
* General Backup Job Settings
* Creating Selection Lists
* Device and Media Properties
* Scheduling Jobs
* Test Run Jobs

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Exam-Pack 70-630: Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007, Configuring

VIDEO #1: INTRODUCING MOSS 2007 This introductory video sets the stage for the rest of this series. In it we answer the question: "What exactly is SharePoint?" In addition, we review SharePoint version history over time (to give us historical context), list ways in which SharePoint addresses common collaboration problems in business and describe the Microsoft certification exam that maps to this course.

VIDEO #2: PLANNING FOR MOSS 2007 Thoughtful planning is crucial to a successful SharePoint deployment. In this video we examine Microsoft’s recommended SharePoint management models. We then take a long look at the different farm and server topologies we have available to us when deploying SharePoint in a production environment. Finally, we examine enormous interoperability that exists between SharePoint and the 2007 Office system applications.

VIDEO #3: INSTALLING MOSS 2007 In this video we step through a clean installation of MOSS on a Windows Server 2003 computer. Before we do so we thoroughly review the Microsoft-supported SharePoint installation models, paying special attention to hardware and software (system) requirements for operating a SharePoint farm.

VIDEO #4: BUILDING MOSS 2007 SITES PART I The first video in this two-part pairing introduces us to the relevant SharePoint terminology. To be sure, a particular and sometimes confusing nomenclature exists in the SharePoint administration world. In this video we will also perform post-installation tasks, including configuring the Shared Services Provider (SSP) Web application and our port 80 Web application.

VIDEO #5: BUILDING MOSS 2007 SITES PART II The second video in this two-part pairing demonstrates how to create subsites and additional site collections in SharePoint. Your implementation will probably contain more than one Web site; therefore, this video is chock-full of practical and useful information. We also deal in this video with the Self-Service Site Creation feature and the best practice methods for removing sites from your Web applications.

VIDEO #6: MANAGING MOSS 2007 SECURITY Some folks make their living doing nothing other than IT security. For the rest of us system administrators, security is one of many hats we must wear as professionals. In this video we come to understand and work with the SharePoint security model. Creating SharePoint groups, managing permission levels and granular permissions -- it's all here. We also demonstrate how to encrypt SharePoint traffic with Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption and how to extend a Web application to build an extranet.

VIDEO #7: ADMINISTERING MOSS 2007 SITES PART I In this video we begin to address components that exist only in MOSS and not in WSS 3.0. First we examine SharePoint personalization and security trimming. We then take a long, hard look at how we can leverage Single Sign-On to provide our users with seamless and secure access to data sources that reside outside of SharePoint. Finally, we learn how features work and how to deploy them in a SharePoint site collection.

VIDEO #8: ADMINISTERING MOSS 2007 SITES PART II In this video we continue the SharePoint administration journey we began in the last video. Here we concern ourselves with managed path configuration, administering site collection quotas, and how to scale out a server farm. The topics in this video embrace common "bread and butter" topics for SharePoint administrators as well as provide excellent review for the associated Microsoft certification exam.

VIDEO #9: WORKING WITH LISTS AND LIBRARIES Lists and libraries form the primary data repository for any SharePoint site. In this video we walk through how to create and maintain various types of SharePoint lists and libraries. Moreover, we discuss document versioning and show how to help both administrators and users keep track of their documents in SharePoint. Finally, we customize the behavior of SharePoint lists and libraries by defining metadata columns and custom views.

VIDEO #10: WORKING WITH WIKIS, BLOGS, AND WORKSPACES SharePoint is sometimes defined as a "corporate MySpace." In this video we learn about some of the more social networking-oriented features of SharePoint: wikis, blogs, workspaces, and the document center template. All of these features are intended to enhance collaboration and make it easy for SharePoint users to learn more and to easily find colleagues and document/list item data from within their SharePoint-based intranet.

VIDEO #11: IMPLEMENTING COLLABORATION FEATURES At its most fundamental level, SharePoint is both a Web site provisioning mechanism as well as a collaboration technology. In this video we discover how to manage user profile data in SharePoint. We also consider audience targeting, which allows us to present data only to members of certain SharePoint or Active Directory groups. Finally, we come to understand the vital importance of SharePoint taxonomy by learning how to define a Site Directory site in our SharePoint intranet portal.

VIDEO #12: IMPLEMENTING CONTENT POLICIES Enterprise Content Management (ECM) and Web Content Management (WCM) are both big business nowadays. In this video we learn how to implement ECM and WCM in SharePoint. We cover content-deployment jobs, Information Management Policies, and Information Rights Management (IRM).

VIDEO #13: MANAGING CONTENT TYPES Content types form how new data and list items are created in SharePoint sites. In this video we undertake a detailed consideration of what content types are, how to create them, and how to use them in practical situations to improve document and item consistency, relevance, and accuracy throughout our SharePoint site collections.

VIDEO #14: IMPLEMENTING WORKFLOW Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) is new with the .NET Framework 3.0. Because MOSS is built on the .NET 2.0 platform, we can leverage workflow (defined as the path a SharePoint document or list item takes as it passes through the stages of a business process) to improve our company’s efficiency and make strides toward the so-called "paperless office." In this video we learn to use both SharePoint’s built-in workflows, as well as custom workflows we can create by using Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007.

VIDEO #15: DEPLOYING BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE Like the aforementioned WCM and ECM, business intelligence (BI) is a popular IT industry buzzword nowadays. In this video we learn how to capitalize upon SharePoint’s native BI functionality. For instance, we will build BI dashboard pages, implement Excel Services, create Key Performance Indicator (KPI) objects, and leverage the Business Data Catalog to securely "pipeline" line of business data from external data sources into a SharePoint site.

VIDEO #16: IMPLEMENTING INFOPATH FORMS SERVICES In this video we understand how to deploy InfoPath Forms Services and SharePoint Server in order to support browser-based interactive user forms. By the end of this video you will have a bit of experience with the InfoPath 2007 application (a wonderful tool, if I do say so myself) as well as the SharePoint tools to support IFS.

VIDEO #17: ADMINISTERING SEARCH AND INDEXING What point is there to making a SharePoint intranet site collection available to your users if those users are unable to find the resources they are looking for? In this video we consider how to establish an accurate and high-performance search and indexing schema for SharePoint. Specifically, we come to understand SharePoint search architecture, create a Search Center site, configure search parameters, run user-mode content and people queries, and monitor the SharePoint search service with an eye toward performance optimization and accurate troubleshooting.

VIDEO #18: MANAGING MOSS 2007 DISASTER RECOVERY Disaster recovery, or DR, refers to being able to recover data and/or their relevant applications in the event of a deletion or other catastrophic event. In this video we begin with a lesson on using the SharePoint Recycle Bin, which provides a nifty first line of defense for recovering deleted content. Next, we learn how to back up and restore SharePoint sites by using the Central Administration Web application, the STSADM command-line tool and Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007.

VIDEO #19: UPGRADING FROM SPS 2003 TO MOSS 2007 Many companies have already bought into a previous version of SharePoint. Now they’re wondering: what’s the easiest method for upgrading to MOSS 2007? In this video we first analyze the Microsoft-supported upgrade paths from Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server (SPS) 2003 to MOSS 2007. Then we demonstrate use of the SharePoint Pre-Upgrade Scan Tool and perform an automated in-place upgrade.

VIDEO #20: MONITORING MOSS 2007 We know that a good backup strategy is only as good as the system’s ability to regenerate a meaningful restore. The same reasoning applies to good monitoring practices in SharePoint; they’re only as good as the administrator’s diligence in checking log files and server performance metadata. In this final video of the series we examine the various subsystems that make up the SharePoint architecture and determine which monitoring tools make the most sense -- given the data that we need to review for performance tuning and/or troubleshooting purposes.

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Tuesday, January 13, 2009


Microsoft Vista for IT Security Professionals

Windows Vista is the first end-to-end major OS release in the Trustworthy Computing era from Microsoft. This book provides unparalleled detail from new code designed to prevent infamous Windows XP buffer overflow attacks to deploying to anti-Phishing features of Internet Explorer 7 to Vista's redesigned support for WiFi (802.11 wireless). This is the book professional SysAdmins MUST have to safely deploy Vista in their environments. This book is designed for the professional system administrators who need to securely deploy
Microsoft Vista in their networks. Readers will not only learn about the new security features of Vista, but they will learn how to safely integrate Vista with their existing wired and wireless network infrastructure and safely deploy with their existing applications and databases. The book begins with a discussion of Microsoft's Trustworthy Computing Initiative and Vista's development cycle, which was like none other in Microsoft's history. Expert authors will separate the hype from the reality of Vista's preparedness to withstand the 24 x 7 attacks it will face from malicious attackers as the world's #1 desktop operating system. The book has a companion CD contains hundreds of working scripts and utilities to help administrators secure their environments.

Windows Speed Secrets - Things Microsoft doesn't want you to know !

Thursday, January 8, 2009

Working Rapidshare Accounts

Login: 7554327
Password: SncFzK

Login: 7554324
Password: GECYgQ

Login: 7554318
Password: NcmpEP

Login: 7554304
Password: 8UZnyk

Login : 7556475
Password: jcHHNV

Login : 7556476
Password: SEhx5a

username : fuckall
password : iwashere

Account : 7574847
Password : rMRFvFaT

Login: 7554304
Password: LBbQwFMw

Account : 377023
Password : MoHaNVkY

Login : 184110
Password : 54397200

user name: gurru
password: babybaby


Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Windiows 2008 AD Tutorial‏

19 Deadly Sins of Software Security (Security One-off)

“Ninety-five percent of software bugs are caused by the same 19 programming flaws.” —Amit Yoran, Former Director of The Department of Homeland Security’s National Cyber Security Division

Secure your software by eliminating code vulnerabilities from the start. This essential book for all software developers--regardless of platform, language, and type of application--outlines the 19 sins of software security and shows how to fix each one. Best-selling authors Michael Howard and David LeBlanc, who teach Microsoft employees how to write secure code, have partnered with John Viega, the man who uncovered the 19 deadly programming sins to write this hands-on guide. Detailed code examples throughout show the code defects as well as the fixes and defenses. If you write code, you need this book. Eliminate these security flaws from your code:

Buffer overruns

Format string problems

Integer overflows

SQL injection

Command injection

Failure to handle errors

Cross-site scripting

Failure to protect network traffic

Use of magic URLs and hidden forms

Improper use of SSL

Use of weak password-based systems

Failure to store and protect data securely

Information leakage

Trusting network address resolution

Improper file access

Race conditions

Unauthenticated key exchange

Failure to use cryptographically strong random numbers

Poor usability

Total Training - Advanced Flash® Professional 8: Next Level ActionScript

Total Training - Advanced Flash® Professional 8: Next Level ActionScript
Become a pro with ActionScript by watching interactive, work-along lessons that walk you through the necessary steps of using the built-in classes, new objects, or making your own custom classes and components. You’ll also learn the new advanced features of Flash Pro 8 that are only available to ActionScript users including the Drawing API, Bitmap API, and the matrix transformations and displacements. Plus, you’ll get a preview of how to use ActionScript in development of mobile applications.


Part 1: - Making Custom Classes







Part 2: - Using Advanced ActionScript Classes


2. DRAWING API (31 min)




Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Home and Small Office Networking [Video Training]

In Home and Small Office Networking, you�ll learn everything you need to assemble your network, as well as what you can do once it�s up and running. Jeff Van West and Garrick Chow begin the tutorial by explaining what a network is and why you might want to create one. Then they take you through the step-by-step process of installing hardware, plugging in cables, and configuring software. This tutorial covers both Windows and Macintosh networking issues, as well as how to get the two platforms to communicate with each other.

How to Cheat in Photoshop CS3: The art of creating photorealistic montages (How to Cheat in)

With his in-depth knowledge of the little-known secrets used by the pros to produce awardwinning illustrations, Steve is THE go-to guru for professional designers, graphic artists, illustrators, retouchers and students of design media and illustration who want to create photorealistic effects using Photoshop. Updated for Photoshop CS3, this must-have resource unlocks your creativity and helps you save time in the software so you can spend more time creatively. The book is also relevant to any version of Photoshop. * Create convincing smoke effects and make effective explosions the simple way * Take years off someone�s appearance * Turn a photograph of someone looking straight into the camera into a different perspective with the entire head (not just the eyes) * Modify a statue so it looks like a living person or paint hair directly on any surface * Produce the perfect cutout in the shortest time with Photoshop CS3�s new Quick Selection tool� and more

Total Training Microsoft SQL Server Development

Total Training for Microsoft SQL Server Development takes you inside the latest, coolest, and most powerful database software platform, Microsoft's SQL Server 2005. The tutorials focus on key elements in a logical sequence. You can easily find what you need-including all the SQL Server 2005 basics, best practices, dozens of targeted examples, and sample code. If you design or develop SQL Server 2005 databases, this video series is what you need to succeed!

PART 1: Introduction to SQL Server 2005

Lesson 1: SQL SERVER OVERVIEW (32 min)
1. Understanding Client Server Architecture
2. Introducing the Tools
3. Selecting an Addition
4. Creating Sample Databases

1. Arranging the Workspace
2. Registering Servers
3. Explaining Items in the Object Explorer
4. Explaining the Database Properties Dialog
5. Explaining the Columns Properties Dialog
6. Continuing with Object Explorer Items
7. Using the Query Editor

1. Understanding Normalization
2. Discovering Patterns
3. Avoiding Over Complexity
4. Managing Optional Data
5. Creating Physical Keys
6. Using the Database Diagrammer Tool
7. Final Comments

Part 2: Selecting Data

1. Understanding Query Flow
2. Filtering Data with the Where Clause
3. Columns, Expressions & Scalar Functions
4. Using Case Expressions
5. Working with Nulls & Coalesce
6. Selecting Environment Functions
7. Working with Dates & Times
8. Parsing Strings
9. Converting Data
10. Sorting Data
11. Topping Off the Query with Predicates

1. Working with Inner Joins
2. Using Left Outer Joins
3. Multiplying Data with Cross Joins
4. Referencing Self-Joins
5. Working with Complex Joins
6. Finding the Set Difference
7. Stacking Data with Unions

1. Using Subqueries as Expressions
2. Including Subqueries as Lists
3. Adding Subqueries as Derived Tables
4. Working with Correlated Subqueries
5. Solving for X with Relations Division

Lesson 4: AGGREGATING DATA (35 min)
1. Using the New Windowing Functions
2. Using Aggregate Functions
3. Grouping a Data Set
4. Nesting Aggregations
5. Filtering Groups & Adding Grand Totals
6. Generating Cross Tab Tables (Pivot)
7. Calculating Cumulative Sums

Lesson 5: USING FULL-TEXT SEARCH (14 min)
1. Creating a Full-Text Index
2. Searching for Words
3. Using a Fuzzy Search to Search for Phrases

1. Creating Views
2. Preventing Disappearing Rows
3. Protecting from Schema Changes
4. Nesting Views

Lesson 7: DISTRIBUTED QUERIES (18 min)
1. Linking to External Data Sources
2. Executing Distributed Queries
3. Looking at Where the Work Takes Place
4. Using Pass Through Queries
5. Controlling Distributed Transactions

Lesson 8: MODIFYING DATA (29 min)
1. Inserting Data
2. Updating Data
3. Deleting Data
4. Using the Output Clause
5. Final Comments & Credits

PART 3: Developing Solutions

Lesson 1: T-SQL & STORED PROCEDURES (68 min)
1. Introducing T-SQL
2. Working with Variables
3. Controlling Procedural Flow
4. Examining SQL Server with Code
5. Using Temp Tables
6. Developing Dynamic SQL
7. Introducing Stored Procedures
8. Passing Parameters
9. Returning Parameters
10. Working with a Cursor
11. Handling Errors
12. Explaining the Raise Error
13. Controlling Transactions

Lesson 2: TRIGGERS & AUDIT TRAILS (31 min)
1. Introducing After Triggers
2. Using Instead of" Trigger

Universal Command Guide: For Operating Systems

This book portends to be a universal command guide, and in all fairness they managed to get a good number of commands in the text. Unfortunately the ones the missed are significant (e.g. UNIX tar, which is universal in UNIX and Linux). I would not recommend this book for someone looking for help in distinguishing the difference in Linux and BSD commands. While initially quite skeptical of a book attempting to cover such disparate operating systems, the reality is that I have found this volume to be indespensible. Since I work with Red Hat Linux primarily and Solaris (v8) also rather frequently, it�s easy use the UCG to get the syntax differences of those two environments. Sure, I could just scan the man pages � but the already well-worn out copy of my UCG has enough bookmarks and paperclip (and yellow highlights) to make turning to it easier. It has also helped me better understand that there are quite a few ways to perform networking tasks using the Windows command line (as opposed to becoming dependent on the GUI). The charts showing the equivalency of commands across the diverse operating environments is a real time-saver. As a partisan of the O�Reilly books, I�ve come to the general conclusion that the value of a book is inversely proportional to its size. A big, thick book is generally fluff. But, this one is the exception.
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Monday, January 5, 2009

Voice and Video Conferencing Fundamentals

Voice and Video Conferencing Fundamentals
Design, develop, select, deploy, and support advanced IP-based audio and video conferencing systems Scott Firestone, Thiya Ramalingam, Steve Fry As audio and video conferencing move rapidly into the mainstream, customers and end users are demanding unprecedented performance, reliability, scalability, and security. In Voice and Video Conferencing Fundamentals, three leading experts systematically introduce the principles, technologies, and protocols underlying today�s state-of-the-art conferencing systems. Discover how to use these concepts and techniques to deliver unified, presence-enabled services that integrate voice, video, telephony, networks, and the Internet�and enable breakthrough business collaboration. The authors begin with a clear, concise overview of current voice and video conferencing, including system components, operational modes, endpoints, features, and user interactivity. Next, they illuminate conferencing architectures, offering practical insights for designing today�s complex IP-based conferencing and collaboration systems. Topics covered in this book include video codecs, media control, SIP and H.323 protocols and applications, lip synchronization in video conferencing, security, and much more. Throughout the book, the authors draw on their extensive experience as Cisco� technical leaders, showing how to avoid the most common pitfalls that arise in planning, deployment, and administration. Voice and Video Conferencing Fundamentals is for every professional involved with audio or video conferencing: network and system administrators, engineers, technology managers, and Cisco solution partners alike. Whether you�re involved with design, development, selection, implementation, management, or support, you will find the in-depth knowledge you need to succeed.

Wicked Cool Shell Scripts 101 Scripts for Linux, Mac OS X, and Unix Systems

Fun and functional Linux, Mac OS X and UNIX shell scripts The UNIX shell is the main scripting environment of every Linux, Mac OS X and UNIX system, whether a rescued laptop or a million-dollar mainframe. This cookbook of useful, customizable, and fun scripts gives you the tools to solve common Linux, Mac OS X and UNIX problems and personalize your computing environment. Among the more than 100 scripts included are an interactive calculator, a spell checker, a disk backup utility, a weather tracker, and a web logfile analysis tool. The book also teaches you how to write your own sophisticated shell scripts by explaining the syntax and techniques used to build each example scripts. Examples are written in Bourne Shell (sh) syntax.

Book Info:
Published in 2004
Published by No Starch Press
Author Dave Taylor
ISBN 1593270127 Size 1.50MB

Windows Xp Training Center (CD-ROM)
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Total Training - SQL Server 2005

Total Training for Microsoft SQL Server 2005 takes you inside the latest, coolest, and most powerful database software platform, Microsoft's SQL Server 2005. The tutorials focus on key elements in a logical sequence. You can easily find what you need-including all the SQL Server 2005 basics, best practices, dozens of targeted examples, and sample code. If you design or develop SQL Server 2005 databases, this video series is what you need to succeed!

* Master the fundamentals of SQL Server technology.
* Learn how to write better queries to return the exact data required.
* Avoid slow iterative code by refactoring cursors into queries using user-defined functions and case expressions.
* Develop stored procedures using T-SQL.
* Understand how transactions affect performance, how to detect blocking transactions, and how to minimize the impact of locking and blocking.
* Create triggers to build custom audit trails and enforce database rules.