Even though you’ve the smartest security in your Computer, you can still use the RemoveIT Pro. It is a small, safe and powerful security solution that will never allow even the smartest security threat to invade your Computer. By using this reliable program, you can quickly and easily detect and remove any types of vulnerable threats from the Computer such as Spyware, Malware, Virus, Worms, Trojan’s and Adware.
In this article, we’re going to discuss about configuring a Reporting Services installation. In order to do this, you have to use the Reporting Services Configuration manager. Therefore, using this, you can configure a local or remote report server instance as long as you’re a member of the local Administrator group on the report server Computer. Before you can connect to and configure a remote report server instance, it is required to enable the remote Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) calls to pass through Windows Firewall. The main thing you’ve to remember about the Reporting Services Configuration Manager is that it is version specific. The Reporting Services Configuration tool that installs with this version of SQL Server cannot be used to configure an earlier version of Reporting Services. At the same time, if you’ve older and newer version of Reporting Services side-by-side on the same Computer, you should use the Reporting Service Configuration tool that comes with each version to configure each instance.
We know you might have come across Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2008 RTM. You’ll be still struggling to find a better one between two. As of our knowledge, Windows Server 2008 R2 has come out with an advanced feature that lets you remotely manage it from another Server or from a Windows 7 workstation, just by using Server Manager. You can say, Windows Server 2008 RTM also has remote management capabilities. You can easily manage these servers by using almost any MMC Snap-in.
This is more useful when you use both regular-type installations and Server Core installations. The following are the scenarios that can be done by using Server Manager to manage Windows Server 2008 R2 servers remotely.
Server to server – You can use the Server Manager on a full installation of Windows Server 2008 R2 to manage roles and features that are installed on another server that has Windows Server 2008 R2.
Server to Server Core – The Server Manager can be used on a full installation of Windows Server 2008 R2 in order to manage roles and features that are installed in Server Core installation of Windows Server 2008 R2.
Client to server – The Server Manager is installed as a part of Remote Server Administration Tools on a Computer that has Windows 7. You can use this to manage roles and features on a Computer that is either a full or Server Core installations of Windows Server 2008 R2. If you want to install Server Manager on a Windows 7 machine, it is required to install the Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT).
New Features with Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010 Update 1
MDT 2010 has been updated to include Office 2010 support, the ability for users to initiate and customize their own deployments using System Center Configuration Manager, key enhancements in Windows 7 driver support, and more.
Updated Utility from Windows Sysinternals: RAMMap v1.1
This update to RAMMap, a memory analysis utility for Windows Vista and Windows 7, adds the ability to purge working sets and memory manager paging lists. This can be useful for measuring the memory usage of applications after they’ve started or when specific features are exercised.
Download the System Center Service Manager Dashboard
The Service Manager Dashboard gives IT managers a consolidated, near-real-time view of key IT service management processes such as incident and problem resolution, change control, and configuration management. Using the Dashboard’s built-in charts, gauges, and tables, you can track any Service Manager dataset, even without access to the Service Manager console application.
New Bytes by TechNet Video: Application Compatibility
Keith Combs chats with Chris Jackson, the “App Compat Guy,” about Windows 7 and IE8. Learn from Chris how to get your existing apps to work and where to find the best application compatibility tools.
Plan and Deploy Your Security Baselines with the Windows Server 2008 R2 Baseline Beta
The security team wants your feedback on best-practice guidance and security settings for Windows Server 2008 R2. The baseline beta release is formatted for import using the Security Compliance Manager, which provides guidance and tools for Microsoft products to help you plan, deploy, and monitor your security baselines.
Even though there a lot of Software available for removing text, stains, date stamps and any other unnecessary information from images, yet so many Software have been in development and implement. In such a way, this Magic Inpainter is another Graphic Management tool that has the capability to fix afore said issues. This is compatible with all the Windows Platforms and it has been enhanced with image in-painting capability as shown in the figures. At the same time, you can also perform various standard image-processing techniques that help in outlining the noise region easily.