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Windows Client “How Do I?” Videos – Vista

Posted by Rubel Khan on July 13, 2009

Windows Vista in Midize Business (Overview)
Windows Vista in Midize Business (Overview)
In this video, Kyle Rosenthal discusses some of the drivers and benefits to implementing Windows Vista in a midsize business environment.He discusses the benefits regarding mobility, desktop optimization, search, security, and compliance.
Tuesday, Feb 17
Windows Vista: Total Cost of Ownership Benefits
Windows Vista: Total Cost of Ownership Benefits
In this video, Kyle Rosenthal discusses some of the benefits of deploying Windows Vista with regard to total cost of ownership (TCO). Topics discussed include the benefits of a single image, the new Windows Vista Backup and Restore Center, and new and improved deployment and management tools.
Tuesday, Feb 17
A Day in the Life: Windows Vista Productivity
A Day in the Life: Windows Vista Productivity
In this video, Kyle Rosenthal takes you on a journey through the tools that you will use as an administrator on a daily basis to improve your productivity on a Windows Vista machine. Learn about the new integrated search, Windows Aero, sidebar gadgets, Group Policy tools, and more.
Tuesday, Feb 17
A Day in the Life: Windows Vista Security
A Day in the Life: Windows Vista Security
In this video, Kyle Rosenthal takes you on a journey through the tools that you will use as an administrator on a daily basis to manage and configure the security of a Windows Vista machine, such as Windows Firewall and Windows Defender.
Tuesday, Feb 17
A Day in the Life: Windows Vista Management
A Day in the Life: Windows Vista Management
In this video, Kyle Rosenthal takes you on a journey through the tools that you will use as an administrator on a daily basis to manage a Windows Vista machine. He examines tools such as the new Event Viewer, the Reliability Monitor, and power management tools.
Tuesday, Feb 17
Advanced Sequencing with Microsoft App-V
Advanced Sequencing with Microsoft App-V
Learn how to use Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) sequencing tools to sequence non-standard applications. In this video, Kyle Rosenthal will demonstrate how to sequence an application that has a hard-coded drive letter and also how to install applications that are “add-ins” for other applications.
Tuesday, Feb 17
Modifying Boot Records in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 Using BCDEDIT
Modifying Boot Records in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 Using BCDEDIT
In this video, Kyle Rosenthal steps through the new boot configuration tool: BCDEDIT. He will demonstrate how to view boot records, create new entries, modify settings, and export for back up the Boot Configuration Data (BCD) store.
Monday, Feb 16
Windows Vista Tips and Tricks: Part 2
Windows Vista Tips and Tricks: Part 2
In this video, Kyle Rosenthal shows you some tips and tricks for managing, maintaining, and supporting Windows Vista. Although this video is aimed at the IT professional, anyone using Windows Vista will get something out of it!
Monday, Feb 16
Windows Vista Tips and Tricks: Part 1
Windows Vista Tips and Tricks: Part 1
In this video, Kyle Rosenthal shows you some tips and tricks for managing, maintaining, and supporting Windows Vista. Although this video is aimed at the IT professional, anyone using Windows Vista will get something out of it!
Monday, Feb 16
Creating and Configuring Events Centrally
Creating and Configuring Events Centrally
In this video, Kyle Rosenthal demonstrates the power of the new event subscription tool in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. He also examines the customizable views in the new event viewer and creates his own errors using a command line – all of which you could apply to trigger tasks in your own enterprise.
Monday, Feb 16
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