Web Scripting in Windows(.NET)

Web Scripting in Windows(.NET)

HTML Web pages and Cascading Style Sheets are introduced. Then the Javascript scripting language allows programming within a Web page, such as validating data from an HTML Form. Microsoft's Active Server Pages (ASP) allows Client-Server Internet interaction, and Active Data Objects (ADO) let you use a database on the Web Server from the Local Site. You are updated to the Microsoft .NET environment with ASP.NET and ADO.NET. Java Server Pages (JSP) introduces non-Microsoft Web Client-Server software that is multiplatform (Windows and Linux). JSP is equivalent to ASP, allowing you Client-Server interaction, including working with Windows databases such as SQL Server and Access 2003. Extended Modeling Language (XML) are the most current, and standardized, way of passing database data over the internet between different databases (such as SQL Server to Oracle). Modern databases, such as Access 2003, store their data in XML. Even mainframe users like XML! The book uses short, meaningful examples, which the Readers can readily adapt to their own problems and run. This is an intermediate guide to working with web pages with a scripting language, not an encyclopedia!

Linux Transfer for Windows Network Admins

A Roadmap for Building a Linux File and Print Server

Linux Transfer for Windows Network Admins

This book delves into how the Linux operating is constructed and how it works, all from the point of view of an administrator experienced both with computers in general and Windows architecture in particular. Then it covers the installation and configuration of a network file server, with user management as well as file and directory sharing. Finally, the book describes how to implement sample scenarios. This book shows the experienced Windows network administrator how to convert from a Windows-based server to a Linux based one.

Creating and Consuming Web Services in Visual Basic

Creating and Consuming Web Services in Visual Basic

Provides step-by-step instructions on how to create Web services using Visual Basic, explanations on how to create applications that consume Web services, and a variety of helpful Visual Basic tools and techniques for developers, covering security, availability, maintenance, troubleshooting, and processing issues. Original. (Advanced)

Windows .NET Server 2003 Domains & Active Directory

Windows .NET Server 2003 Domains & Active Directory

Intended for system administrators with a general knowledge of Windows 2000 or Windows XP/.NET, this reference covers all main system tools and program methods used for routine Active Directory administration and troubleshooting. Information important for understanding the Active Directory service architecture—LDAP protocol, DNS interoperation, and Active Directory concepts—is discussed in detail along with methods of performing common administrative tasks such as creating directory objects, audit, and backing up. This guide addresses troubleshooting problems that occur after deploying Windows .NET domains and system tools used for solving such problems. Also covered are Active Directory Service Interfaces with annotated listings of ready-to-use scripts that illustrate programming principles needed to help nonprogrammers learn the main ADSI concepts to begin their own scripts.

Windows XP Annoyances

Windows XP Annoyances

Explains how to configure Windows XP for maximum control and flexibility, work effectively with the Registry, take advantage of the built-in firewall, and troubleshoot problems.

Understanding WMI Scripting

Exploiting Microsoft's Windows Management Instrumentation in Mission-Critical Computing Infrastructures

Understanding WMI Scripting

Understanding WMI Scripting explains to Windows and Exchange Administrators how they can use the Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) scriptable technology available in these products to ease their day-to-day management tasks. Under Windows.NET and Exchange 2000 (SP2), Microsoft is making solid enhancements in WMI. This will dramatically extend the scripting and manageability capabilities of Windows and Exchange. Illustrated with more than three hundred samples, the book links practical problems encountered by administrators to applicable scriptable solutions. Lissoir focuses not on MI programming aspects for developers but on how administrators can use what is available in Windows and Exchange for their admin work. WMI is a very important topic under Windows.NET and Exchange 2000 (SP2), so this book provides real added value to Windows/Exchange administrators. Although Exchange relies on Windows, no other book combines coverage of Windows and Exchange. · Fine tune management of Windows servers · Achieve better system management and customize critical operations · Access hundreds of usable scripts in book and downloadable from web

Learn PowerShell Scripting in a Month of Lunches

Learn PowerShell Scripting in a Month of Lunches

Summary Discover how scripting is different from command-line PowerShell, as you explore concrete hands-on examples in this handy guide. The book includes and expands on many of the techniques presented in Learn PowerShell Toolmaking in a Month of Lunches. Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications. About the Technology Automate it! With Microsoft's PowerShell language, you can write scripts to control nearly every aspect of Windows. Just master a few straightforward scripting skills, and you'll be able to eliminate repetitive manual tasks, create custom reusable tools, and build effective pipelines and workflows. Once you start scripting in PowerShell, you'll be amazed at how many opportunities you'll find to save time and effort. About the Book Learn PowerShell Scripting in a Month of Lunches teaches you how to expand your command-line PowerShell skills into effective scripts and tools. In 27 bite-size lessons, you'll discover instantly useful techniques for writing efficient code, finding and squashing bugs, organizing your scripts into libraries, and much more. Advanced scripters will even learn to access the .NET Framework, store data long term, and create nice user interfaces. What's Inside Designing functions and scripts Effective pipeline usage Dealing with errors and bugs Professional-grade scripting practices About the Reader Written for devs and IT pros comfortable with PowerShell and Windows. About the Authors Don Jones is a PowerShell MVP, speaker, and trainer who has written dozens of books on information technology topics. Jeffery Hicks is a PowerShell MVP and an independent consultant, trainer, and author. Don and Jeff coauthored Manning's Learn Windows PowerShell in a Month of Lunches, Learn PowerShell Toolmaking in a Month of Lunches, and PowerShell in Depth. Table of Contents PART 1 - INTRODUCTION TO SCRIPTING Before you begin Setting up your scripting environment WWPD: what would PowerShell do? Review: parameter binding and the PowerShell pipeline Scripting language crash course The many forms of scripting (and which to use) Scripts and security PART 2 - BUILDING A POWERSHELL SCRIPT Always design first Avoiding bugs: start with a command Building a basic function and script module Going advanced with your function Objects: the best kind of output Using all the pipelines Simple help: making a comment Dealing with errors Filling out a manifest PART 3 - GROWN-UP SCRIPTING Changing your brain when it comes to scripting Professional-grade scripting An introduction to source control with git Pestering your script Signing your script Publishing your script PART 4 - ADVANCED TECHNIQUES Squashing bugs Making script output prettier Wrapping up the .NET Framework Storing data-not in Excel! Never the end

Guess What Happened at School Today!

Guess What Happened at School Today!

In the collegiate teaching environment, you meet many interesting teachers, students, and administrators. Situations arise that can be happy, sad (even, tragic), confrontational, sexual (explicit, mostly), and surprising, sometimes all at once!

Windows PowerShell 4.0 for .NET Developers

Windows PowerShell 4.0 for .NET Developers

A fast-paced guide, packed with easy-to-follow practical examples and real-world scenarios, along with detailed descriptions and screenshots. If you are a .NET developer who wants to learn how to use Windows PowerShell then this book is what you are looking for. This book takes you from the basics to a professional level in PowerShell scripting. In order to get the maximum benefit from this book, you need to have some basic scripting knowledge or at least hands-on experience with one of the .NET programming languages.

Microsoft Windows 7 In Depth

Microsoft Windows 7 In Depth

Microsoft® Windows 7 In Depth Beyond the Basics…Beneath the Surface…In Depth Microsoft Windows 7 In Depth is the comprehensive guide to Microsoft's Windows 7 for everyone who's no longer a Windows beginner: corporate, small office/home office, and personal users alike. Top Windows authors Robert Cowart and Brian Knittel have packed this 1,100-page book with intensely useful and practical information that can't be found elsewhere. You can turn here for expert guidance on... " Migrating to Windows 7 as an individual - or rolling it out throughout a business " Making the most of Windows 7's powerhouse media tools " Installing, configuring, and managing Windows 7 networks more quickly and efficiently " Securing Windows 7 PCs against spam, spyware, viruses and other "Net Nasties" " Using the updated Windows 7 interface more efficiently " Troubleshooting and solving Windows 7 problems more rapidly " And much more..