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Map
2 computer optical discs : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Contains 1.8+ million place names, plus accurate, detailed maps in 3-D imagery. Users can choose from more than 21 different maps styles, add or remove place names, borders, and topographic detail to create custom maps for reports and presentations. Contains 1.8+ million place names, plus accurate, detailed maps in 3-D imagery. Users can choose from more than 21 different maps styles, add or remove place names, borders, and topographic detail to create custom maps for reports and presentations.
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
Includes USGS digital orthophotoquad aerial photographs, satellite images from SPIN-2, and maps with place names from ENCARTA for many places in the world with greater concentration on North America and Europe.
Archive/Manuscript
9 linear ft. (6 record containers)
Special Collections
Journal/Periodical
v. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Media & Microtext Center
Archive/Manuscript
4.5 linear ft. (3 record containers)
Special Collections
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations
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1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations
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1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations
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1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations
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1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations
  • Introduction xi Chapter 1: Deploy your first forest and domain 1 Before you start 2 Prerequisites 2 Versions 2 Code 2 Deploy your first forest 2 Configure the server IP address 3 Set the server name 6 Install Active Directory Domain Services 6 Create the forest (dcpromo) 7 Summary 14 Chapter 2: Manage DNS and DHCP 15 Manage DNS zones 16 Manage primary zones 17 Manage secondary zones 22 Manage stub zones 24 Configure conditional forwards 25 Manage zone delegation 26 Manage DNS records 26 Create name (A and AAAA) resource records 28 Create CNAME resource records 33 Create MX resource records 34Create additional resource records 34 Configure zone scavenging and aging 35 Configure record options including Time To Live (TTL) and weight 36 Manage DHCP 37 Deploy DHCP 37 Configure IPv4 38 Configure IPv6 40 Summary 41 Chapter 3: Create and manage users and groups 43 Create users 43 Create a single user 44 Add users in a batch 48 Create and manage groups 51 Create a new group 52 Add users to a group 52 Manage groups 54 Create and manage OUs 56 Create an OU 57 Add computers and users to an OU 58 Summary 62 Chapter 4: Deploy additional domain controllers 63 Deploy domain controllers 64 Configure networking 64 Install the Active Directory role on the server 67 Join the server to the domain 68 Promote a server to domain controller 68 Clone a domain controller 72 Verify the environment 72 Prepare the source domain controller 73 Create the cloned domain controller 77Manage FSMO roles 79 Transfer FSMO roles 80 Seize FSMO roles 82 Summary 83 Chapter 5: Deploy read-only domain controllers (RODCs) 85 Prepare the forest and domain 86 Staged deployment of an RODC 87 Prepare the RODC account 87 Prepare the RODC target server 89 Deploy the RODC target server 91 Non-staged deployment of an RODC 94 Prepare the RODC target server 94 Deploy the non-staged RODC target server 97 Summary 100 Chapter 6: Deploy additional domains and forests 101 Create a child domain 102 Prepare the server 102 Install the Active Directory Domain Services role 105 Create the new domain 105 Create a tree domain 108 Prepare the server 108 Install the Active Directory Domain Services role 111 Create the new domain 112 Create a new forest 114 Configure networking 114 Test the promotion to domain controller 114 Deploy the new forest 116 Create a trust 117 Create a shortcut trust 118 Create a forest trust 120 Summary 120Chapter 7: Configure service authentication and account policies 121 Manage service authentication 122 Create service accounts 122 Configure managed service accounts (MSAs) 126 Configure group managed service accounts (gMSAs) 129 Configure virtual accounts 135 Configure account policies 135 Configure domain user password policy 136 Configure password settings objects (PSOs) 137 Summary 142 Chapter 8: Back up and restore AD DS 143 Back up Active Directory 144 Windows Server Backup 144 Create offline media 152 Configure Active Directory snapshots 153 Restore Active Directory 155 Perform a non-authoritative restore 155 Perform an authoritative restore 157 Restore an object by using the Active Directory Recycle Bin 162 Restore an object by using Active Directory snapshots 164 Summary 166 Chapter 9: Manage sites and replication 167 Configure sites 168 Create a new site 168 Create a replication subnet 169 Rename a site 173 Remove a site 174 Configure Universal Group Membership Caching (UGMC) 175 Create a site link 176Manage replication 178 Set the replication schedule 179 Change the replication server 181 Summary 182 Chapter 10: Deploy Active Directory in the cloud 183 Sidebar: Types of Active Directory in the cloud 185 Install the Windows PowerShell Azure model 185 Install the Windows PowerShell Azure module 186 Load the Windows PowerShell Azure module 187 Connect to an Azure account 195 Authenticate to your Azure account 195 Set the current subscription 199 Create a VPN 199 Create self-signed certificates 199 Create a point-to-site VPN 201 Create a virtual machine 210 Connect to the subscription 210 Set a location 211 Provision a service 212 Provision a storage account 212 Create a virtual machine 213 Configure the domain controller 218 Summary 219 Index 221.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781509300655 20160711
Streamline and modernize the way you manage Active Directory Use Windows PowerShell to simplify and accelerate Active Directory domain controller management, whether you're running Active Directory entirely in the cloud, on-premises, or in a hybrid environment. In this concise reference, Microsoft MVP Charlie Russel presents the commands, tested scripts, and best-practice advice you need to deploy and run Active Directory in a modern environment and to migrate smoothly to cloud or hybrid deployments wherever they offer more value. Supercharge your productivity as an Active Directory administrator * Get proven scripts that leverage the power of Windows Server 2012 and Windows Management Framework 4.0 and 5.0* Deploy forests and Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS)* Manage DNS and DHCP* Create and manage users and groups* Deploy additional domain controllers, read-only domain controllers (RODCs), and domains* Implement and manage fine-grained password policies* Perform fast, reliable backups and restores* Quickly extend on-premises Active Directory deployments to the cloud* Efficiently manage roles and sites.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781509300655 20160711
Book
1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations
Book
1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations
  • Introduction xi Chapter 1: An overview of the SharePoint Admin Center 1 Comparing the different SharePoint Online versions 2 Finding the SharePoint Admin Center in Office 365 4 A brief walkthrough of the SharePoint Admin Center interface 5 Managing site collections 7 Contribute 7 Manage 9 Public website 15 Site Collection Recycle Bin 16 InfoPath 17 Summary 19 Chapter 2: Managing user profiles 21 Introduction to user profiles, audiences, and My Sites 22 People 24 Manage user properties 26 Manage subtypes 28 Manage audiences 29 Manage user profile permissions 32 Manage policies 33 Organizations 34 My Site settings 38 My Site setup 38 Configure trusted-sites locations 41 Map an account through different membership providers 42 Manage promoted sites 43 Publish links to Office client applications 45 OneDrive for Business 45 Summary 48 Chapter 3: Working with Business Connectivity Services 49 The benefits of using Business Connectivity Services 50 External lists 51 Searching external data in SharePoint Online 59 What is an administrator's role with Business Connectivity Services? 59 Data aggregation in SharePoint Online 60 Connecting to external data sources 61 Connecting to OData 61 Authentication 69 Configuring Secure Store 69 Authorization 70 Creating a BCS solution in a hybrid environment 72 Summary 73 Chapter 4: Managing a term store 75 Putability 76 Term-store concepts 78 Term-store administration 79 Managing term groups 81 Managing term sets 82 Term set properties 84 Managing terms and term properties 86 Term properties 88 Content types and the Content Type Publishing Hub 94 Content type settings 96 Managing navigation and local term sets 103 Creating a local term set 104 Summary 106 Chapter 5: Records management 107 In-Place Records Management 108 Record declaration settings 108 Automatic declaration 111 Creating and managing records in the records center 112 Creating a records center 115 Create and syndicate content types 116 Automatic records declaration 119 Configure the Send To link 119 Content Organizer 121 Routing the document 124 Using workflows to move the document 125 Managing the records center 125 Document IDs 128 Summary 128 Chapter 6: Configuring search 129 Relevance, precision, and recall 130 Analytics processing 131 Managing the search schema 132 Using managed properties and Delve 134 Configuring managed properties 135 Creating a new managed property 138 Managing search dictionaries and query suggestions 140 Managing query spelling correction 140 Query suggestion settings 141 Managing authoritative pages 142 Managing result sources 143 Query rules 146 Query client types 150 Removing search results 150 Viewing usage and search reports 151 Search center settings 154 Exporting and importing search configurations 154 Search Navigation web parts 155 Changing the settings for the Search Navigation web part 155 Changing the display name or the URL of a search vertical 157 Search Refinement web part 159 Basic Search Center information 161 Summary 161 Chapter 7: Securing information 163 Company data on employee hardware 165 Introduction to Microsoft Intune 167 A brief overview of Azure Active Directory 173 Additional security features for SharePoint Online 178 Data integrity and encryption 179 Summary 187 Chapter 8: Working with apps 189 Creating an app catalog site 190 Purchase apps from the SharePoint Store 192 Managing app licenses 196 Configure the Store settings 198 Monitor apps 199 Manage app permissions 201 Summary 203 Chapter 9: Administrating general settings 205 Top Navigation Bar User Experience settings 207 Admin Center Experience settings 208 Enterprise Social Collaboration settings 209 Streaming Video Service settings 210 Global Experience Version settings 211 Information Rights Management (IRM) settings 212 Start A Site settings 213 Custom Script settings 215 Preview Features settings 216 Access Apps 216 Summary 217 Chapter 10: Site-collection administration 219 Governance honeycomb 221 User-adoption principles 227 Relative advantage 228 Compatibility 228 Complexity 229 Trialability 229 Observability 229 User-adoption groups 230 Innovators: Venturesome 230 Early Adopters: Respect 231 Early Majority: Deliberate 231 Late Majority: Skeptical 231 Laggards: Traditional 231 Other notes on adoption 231 Feature discussions 232 Shared administrative configurations 239 The connection between managed properties and Query Builder 239 The connection between the query rule builder and the term store 240 The connection between the global and local term stores 242 Division of roles and responsibilities 242 Summary 243 Index 245.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781509300143 20160711
Deliver world-class collaboration capabilities through the cloud Use SharePoint Online to provide today's most advanced collaboration capabilities--without managing your own infrastructure! This concise reference will help you configure and manage SharePoint Online to meet your requirements for functionality, performance, and compliance. Bill English covers user profiles, security, search, records management, App Catalogs, metrics, and more--to derive maximum value from SharePoint Online. Master the specific skills you need to deploy and run SharePoint Online * Choose the version of SharePoint Online that is best for you * Manage profiles, properties, audiences, permissions, policies, and MySite settings * Use Business Connectivity Services to make SharePoint Online your central hub for all business information * Make the most of SharePoint search, indexing, and records and document management * Create and manage security and App Catalogs * Solve the core issues of governance, risk, compliance, taxonomies, and training.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781509300143 20160711
Book
1 online resource (1 v.) : ill.
  • * Introduction * Introducing Microsoft Visual C# and Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 * Chapter 1: Welcome to C# * Chapter 2: Working with variables, operators, and expressions * Chapter 3: Writing methods and applying scope * Chapter 4: Using decision statements * Chapter 5: Using compound assignment and iteration statements * Chapter 6: Managing errors and exceptions * Understanding the C# object model * Chapter 7: Creating and managing classes and objects * Chapter 8: Understanding values and references * Chapter 9: Creating value types with enumerations and structures * Chapter 10: Using arrays * Chapter 11: Understanding parameter arrays * Chapter 12: Working with inheritance * Chapter 13: Creating interfaces and defining abstract classes * Chapter 14: Using garbage collection and resource management * Defining extensible types with C# * Chapter 15: Implementing properties to access fields * Chapter 16: Using indexers * Chapter 17: Introducing generics * Chapter 18: Using collections * Chapter 19: Enumerating collections * Chapter 20: Decoupling application logic and handling events * Chapter 21: Querying in-memory data by using query expressions * Chapter 22: Operator overloading * Building professional Windows 8.1 applications with C# * Chapter 23: Improving throughput by using tasks * Chapter 24: Improving response time by performing asynchronous operations * Chapter 25: Implementing the user interface for a Windows Store app * Chapter 26: Displaying and searching for data in a Windows Store app * Chapter 27: Accessing a remote database from a Windows Store app * About the author.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780735681835 20160614
Your hands-on guide to Visual C# fundamentals Expand your expertise-and teach yourself the fundamentals of Microsoft Visual C# 2013. If you have previous programming experience but are new to Visual C# 2013, this tutorial delivers the step-by-step guidance and coding exercises you need to master core topics and techniques. Discover how to: * Create and debug C# applications in Visual Studio 2013 * Work with variables, identifiers, statements, operators, and methods * Create interfaces and define abstract classes * Write robust code that can catch and handle exceptions * Display and edit data using data binding with Microsoft ADO.NET Entity Framework * Respond to user input and touchscreen gestures * Handle events arising from multiple sources * Develop your first Windows 8.1 apps.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780735681835 20160614
Book
1 online resource (1 v.)
  • Introduction 1 1 Building Windows Store Apps 5 What Is a Windows Store App? 5 Microsoft Design Style Principles 6 Common Features of Windows Store Apps 8 Creating Your First Windows Store App 13 Creating the Visual Studio Project 13 Declaring App Capabilities 15 Creating the HTML Page 16 Creating the Style Sheet 17 Creating the JavaScript File Running the App 20 Elements of a Windows Store App 21 JavaScript 21 HTML5 21 Cascading Style Sheets 3 22 Windows Runtime 22 Windows Library for JavaScript 23 What about jQuery? 23 Building Windows Store Apps with Visual Studio 26 Windows Store App Project Templates 26 Running a Windows Store App 34 Debugging a Windows Store App 35 Using the Visual Studio JavaScript Console Window 35 Setting Breakpoints 37 Using the DOM Explorer 37 Publishing to the Windows Store 38 Register as a Windows Developer 38 Submitting Your App 39 Passing App Certification 41 Summary 42 2 WinJS Fundamentals 45 Namespaces, Modules, and Classes 45 Using Namespaces 46 Using the Module Pattern 48 Using Classes 51 Asynchronous Programming with Promises 56 Using Promises 57 Using then() versus done() 58 Creating Promises Creating a Timeout Promise 61 Canceling Promises 62 Composing Promises 63 Retrieving DOM Elements with Query Selectors 63 Performing Queries with the WinJS.Utilities.query() Method 64 Retrieving a Single Element with the WinJS.Utilities.id() Method 66 Using the WinJS.Utilities.children() Method 67 Working with the QueryCollection Class 68 Performing Ajax Calls with the xhr Function 69 Specifying Different Response Types 72 Customizing the Properties of the XmlHttpRequest Object 73 Summary 75 3 Observables, Bindings, and Templates 77 Understanding Observables 77 Creating an Observable 78 Creating Observable Listeners 79 Coalescing Notifications 81 Bypassing Notifications 82 Working with the WinJS.Binding.List Object 83 Creating an Observable Collection of Observables 86 Understanding Declarative Data Binding 86 Declarative Data Binding and Observables 89 Capturing the Contents of an HTML Form 91 Declarative Data Binding and WinJS Controls 94 Declarative Data Binding and Binding Converters 96 Understanding Templates 100 Creating an Imperative Template 100 Creating a Declarative Template 103 Applying a Template with a Query Selector 104 Creating External Templates 106 Summary 108 4 Using WinJS Controls 109 Introduction to WinJS Controls 109 Creating a WinJS Control Declaratively 111 Creating Controls Imperatively 113 Setting Control Options 114 Retrieving Controls from an HTML Document 115 Using the Tooltip Control 116 Using the contentElement Property 117 Styling a Tooltip 117 Using the ToggleSwitch Control 118 Determining the State of a ToggleSwitch 118 Using the Rating Control 120 Customizing the Ratings 121 Submitting a Rating 121 Using the DatePicker Control 123 Formatting the Year, Month, and Date 124 Displaying Only Years, Months, or Days 126 Capturing the Selected Date 127 Using the TimePicker Control 128 Getting and Setting the Current Time 130 Formatting the Hour, Minute, and Period 131 Using the FlipView Control 132 Displaying Page Numbers 135 Creating Custom FlipView Buttons 137 Summary 139 5 Creating Forms 141 Using HTML5 Form Validation 141 Using the required Attribute 142 Using the pattern Attribute 142 Performing Custom Validation 143 Customizing the Validation Error Style 144 Resetting a Form 146 Using HTML5 Input Elements Labeling Form Fields 148 Entering a Number 149 Entering a Value from a Range of Values 151 Entering Email Addresses, URLs, Telephone Numbers, and Search Terms 151 Entering a Value from a List of Values 153 Selecting Files 154 Creating a Rich Text Editor 155 Displaying Progress 156 Summary 158 6 Menus and Flyouts 161 Using the Flyout Control 161 Using the Menu Control 163 Using the AppBar Control 167 Creating a Simple App Bar 168 Using App Bar Commands 170 Showing Contextual Commands 173 Configuring App Settings 175 Creating About Page Settings. 176 Creating Personal Settings 178 Displaying Windows Dialogs 182 Summary 184 7 Using the ListView Control 185 Introduction to the ListView Control 185 Using List Layout versus Grid Layout 190 Preventing Overlapping ListView Items 193 Selecting Items in a ListView Control 197 Creating a Master/Detail View 198 Selecting Multiple Items 202 Sorting Items in a ListView Control 204 Filtering Items in a ListView Control 206 Grouping Items in a ListView Control 208 Switching Views with Semantic Zoom 211 Switching a ListView Template Dynamically 216 Loading ListView Items Incrementally 219 Summary 221 8 Creating Data Sources 223 Creating Custom Data Sources 223 Creating the Data Source Class 224 Creating a Data Adapter 224 Implementing the getCount() Method 225 Implementing the itemsFromIndex() Method 225 Implementing the insertAtEnd() Method 227 Implementing the remove() Method 227 Implementing the change() Method 228 Handling Errors 228 Implementing the setNotificationHandler() Method 229 Creating a File Data Source 230 Using the File Data Source 231 Creating a Web Service Data Source 236 Creating the Data Source 236 Creating the Web Service 237 Using the Web Service Data Source 240 Creating an IndexedDB Data Source 241 Overview of IndexedDB 241 Using the IndexedDB Data Source 245 Summary 252 9 App Events and States 253 App Events 253 Handling the Activated Event 254 Handling the Error Event 255 Deferring Events with Promises 256 Creating Custom Events 257 Suspending, Terminating, and Resuming an App 257 Detecting When an App Is Suspended and Terminated 258 Detecting the Previous Execution State 258 Testing Application State with Visual Studio 259 Storing State with Session State 260 Application View States 61 Snapped, Filled, Portrait, and Landscape 261 Using Media Queries 264 Using the JavaScript mediaMatch Method 266 Defining a Viewport 267 Summary 270 10 Page Fragments and Navigation 273 Using the HtmlControl Control 273 Creating a Page Control 276 Creating Multipage Apps 280 Creating a Navigation App 280 Understanding the Navigation App default.html Page 281 Adding New Page Controls to a Navigation App 283 Navigating to Another Page 285 Understanding the Navigation API 286 Understanding the PageControlNavigator Control 287 Understanding Navigation State 287 Summary 291 11 Using the Live Connect API 293 Installing the Live SDK 294 Adding a Reference to the Live SDK 294 Registering Your App 294 Initializing the Live Connect SDK 296 Specifying Different Scopes 296 Authenticating a User 299 Using WL.login() 299 Using the SignIn Control 300 Authentication Events 302 Passing an Authentication Token to a Web Service 303 Sending the Authentication Token from a Windows Store App 303 Verifying the Authentication Token in a Web Service 306 Retrieving the User ID 308 Retrieving Basic User Information 309 Uploading and Downloading Files from SkyDrive 311 Listing SkyDrive Folders and Files 312 Downloading Files from SkyDrive 314 Uploading Files to SkyDrive 316 Summary 318 12 Graphics and Games 319 Overview of the Game 320 Creating the Game Tiles 321 Playing the Game Sounds 322 Creating the Game Canvas 323 Capturing User Interaction 325 Creating the Update Loop 327 Creating the Render Loop 329 Summary 331 Index 333.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780672336058 20160615
Already comfortable with JavaScript and HTML? Microsoft has just empowered you to build breakthrough apps for Windows 8. It's a remarkable opportunity--and best-selling Microsoft web development author Stephen Walther will show you how to take full advantage of it. Offering the same deep insight and practical code that has made his ASP.NET Unleashed the #1 ASP.NET book of all time, Walther covers everything you need to build, test, and distribute outstanding Windows 8 software with JavaScript and HTML5. Walther clearly demonstrates the unique advantages Windows 8 offers to web developers. He guides you through using Microsoft's new WinJS library to develop apps for Microsoft's brand-new version of Windows--you learn how to use JavaScript templates, controls, and data binding. You'll find in-depth coverage of everything from displaying data with a ListView control to supporting SkyDrive cloud storage, creating games to using IndexedDB and HTML5 forms. If you're a web developer, Windows 8 gives you millions of new potential users--and you already have many of the skills you'll need to reach them. Get this book, master the tools and techniques you don't already know--and go after that huge new market! Detailed information on how to...* Get your app published in the Windows Store* Create apps that work great with touch, keyboard, stylus, and mouse* Use JavaScript controls such as the Tooltip, Rating, DatePicker, and FlipView controls* Thoroughly master using the WinJS ListView control to display, sort, and filter data* Use HTML5 Canvas to build arcade games* Store data on the local file system, via remote web services, or in IndexedDB databases* Use Live Services to authenticate users, retrieve user profiles, and interact with SkyDrive* Create custom WinJS controls with Page Controls* Build apps that gracefully adapt to different screen resolutions and orientations* Take pictures from your computer's webcam and play sounds.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780672336058 20160615
Book
1 online resource (xvii, 208 p.) : ill.
  • Installing, upgrading, and migrating to Windows7
  • Deploying Windows 7
  • Configuring hardware and applications
  • Configuring network connectivity
  • Configuring access to resources
  • Configuring mobile computing
  • Monitoring and maintaining systems that run Windows 7
  • Configuring backup and recovery options.
Book
1 online resource (xxvi, 558 p.) : ill., port.
Portable and precise, this pocket-sized guide delivers ready answers for the day-to-day administration of SQL Server. Zero in on core support and maintenance tasks using quick-reference tables, instructions, and lists. You'll get the focused information you need to save time and get the job done-whether at your desk or in the field! Get fast facts to: * Manage SQL Server services and clients * Configure, manage, and tune servers * Implement policy-based management * Administer security and access * Monitor server activity and tune performance * Automate maintenance * Perform backups and recovery.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780735663763 20160614

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