Atlast, we find ourselfs on the PASS Site. The Bangalore, Hyd, Pune, Mumbai and Trivandrum SQL Server groups feature there. Have been waiting to see our groups up on that site for quite some time. I am happy, we are PASS recogonized now :). Thanks team for the efforts …
Archive for September, 2004
Administrative Template Files with Registry-Based Group Policy September 30th, 2004
This white paper explains the concepts, architecture, and implementation details for registry-based Group Policy in Microsoft Windows operating systems. It shows how to create custom Administrative Template (.adm) files and includes a complete reference for the .adm language.
Download it here …
GMail to GBrowser September 29th, 2004
Interestingly I saw this post on eweek about Googles plan to venture into the Browser market too … Read the complete story here.
Announcing Security Guidance Hands-On Labs Online September 29th, 2004
Microsoft Learning is pleased to announce the free, worldwide availability of Hands-On Labs 2811, Applying Microsoft Security Guidance, at http://www.microsoftelearning.com/security/.
This offering consists of four 90-minute labs that allow students to apply information and guidance to improve security in a network based on Microsoft Windows. These labs have been enormously successful at live events since their original release in April 2004, with over 12,000 deliveries through Certified Partners for Learning Solutions (CPLS). In addition, these labs have been offered at conferences and events worldwide, including TechEd US, TechEd Europe (highest-scoring labs).
Lab 1: Managing Security Updates
Lab 2: Implementing Server Security
Lab 3: Implementing Client Security for Windows 2000 and Windows XP
Lab 4: Implementing Application Security
Register today and avail the offer :) …
PSSDIAG V1.0 released September 28th, 2004
PSSDiag is a diagnostic data collector for Microsoft SQL Server. It can simultaneously collect Perfmon/Sysmon logs, Profiler traces, event logs, SQLDIAG reports, and detailed blocking information. It is commonly used by Microsoft Product Support Services engineers to collect diagnostic data from end-user installations and can also be used by end-users to troubleshoot and monitor their own SQL Server installations.
Download the tool here …