When management point site systems are configured in network load balancing (NLB) clusters in mixed mode sites, running the Internet Information Services (IIS) Web site application pool for the site system Web site using the local system account of the site system computer does not allow clients to authenticate the site system using Kerberos authentication. When site systems are configured in an NLB cluster, a domain user account must be configured to run the relevant IIS Web site application pools for the site systems.
Configuring a Service Principal Name (SPN) for management point site systems configured in network load balancing clusters is not required for sites operating in native mode. Continue reading
To automatically publish a service location resource record (SRV RR) in Domain Name System (DNS) for the default management point in a Configuration Manager 2007 site, follow the procedure below. Publishing to DNS requires a version of DNS running BIND 8.1.2 or higher, which is configured to allow automatic updates. Continue reading
System Center Configuration Manager 2007, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R3, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP1, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP2
This flow chart can be used to determine the Setup steps required to install a Configuration Manager 2007 console. Continue reading
ystem Center Configuration Manager 2007, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R3, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP1, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP2.
This flow chart can be used to determine the Setup steps required to install a Configuration Manager 2007 primary or secondary site that will operate in either native mode or mixed mode. Continue reading
Windows logo key+spacebar for Switch input language and keyboard layout.
Windows logo key+O for Locks device orientation.
Windows logo key+Y for Temporarily peeks at the desktop.
Windows logo key+V for Cycles through toasts.
Windows logo key+Shift+V for Cycles through toasts in reverse order.
Windows logo key+Enter for Launches Narrator.
Windows logo key+PgUp for Moves Metro style apps to the monitor on the left.
Windows logo key+PgDown for Moves Metro style apps to the monitor on the right.
Windows logo key+Shift+. for Moves the gutter to the left (snaps an application).
Windows logo key+. for Moves the gutter to the right (snaps an application)
1. The home screen, press the Windows key for open or switch to the desktop (if open).
2. Press the (Windows key + D) for open the Windows desktop.
3. Press the (Windows key +.) to fix and Windows apps unfreezing sideways on the screen.
4. Press the(Windows key + X) to the user menu is open, that access to many features that have most power users would like to (such as Device Manager and command prompt).
5. Press the (Windows key + C) for open the charm.
6. Press the (Windows key + I) found open the settings is the same settings in the charms.
7. Press and hold the (Windows key + tab), point to the open apps.
8. Press the (Windows key + print), is saved to create a screenshot, automatically in the My Pictures folder.
Scaling refers to the overall size of various elements of the Modern UI including the Start Screen and Windows Store apps, as well as system tools and utilities that take full advantage of the new interface. Metro Scaler’s job is to let you to scale the interface based on screen size. You can choose a display size between 5 inch and 25 inch.
Using the tool fairly simple. After downloading the application, run the portable EXE file and then use the scaling slider to adjust the size according to your preferences. The display size appears in inches and your PC must be restarted every time you apply a new size, for the changes to take effect. One thing that really fancied me is that after changing the scaling, the Modern UI interface doesn’t lose any kind of sharpness at all. There is no ‘zoomed out’ and pixelated feel; everything looks crisp and vivid. To change the size, you need to click the Scale button at the bottom-right, and then simply restart your PC. If you wish to restore to factory defaults, just hit the ‘Reset to default’ button. Continue reading
Toastify is an open-source application that works more like an extension for the Spotify desktop app. After installation, it resides in the system tray (just like Spotify). To start setting up the application, right-click its system tray icon and click Settings from the context menu.
The screenshot below demonstrates the clock widget of Windows 8 Lock Screen the way it looks by default. If you’re not happy with this default configuration, just follow our step-by-step tutorial to personalize it according to your liking.
Open the Start Screen, type ‘regedit’ (without the quotation marks), and click or tap the ‘regedit’ tile that appears in the results.