barcode recognition Lesson 2: Configuring Data Protection in .NET

Integrating bar code 39 in .NET Lesson 2: Configuring Data Protection

In this lab, you will modify a class to override the default serialization and take control over which members are serialized. If you encounter a problem completing an exercise, the completed projects are available on the companion CD in the Code folder.
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Improving Security When Using External Components and Services
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Estimated lesson time: 15 minutes
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Exercise 1: Adding VPN Access as a Remote Access Policy Condition
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In this practice session you create an administrator account for the nominated administrator (the parent) to use, log on by using that account, and create four standard accounts. One of the standard accounts is for the parent s use, and the other three are for his or her (notional) children. You then set up Parental Controls on one of the child accounts. Finally, you use Content Advisor to control the types of Internet content that can be viewed on the computer.
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Exercise 3: Correct Authentication and Account Problems
the support database. Because all the components are local, you cannot scale this deployment to support high availability. Use the single server deployment only in test environments. If you want to use this deployment to test AD RMS beyond the firewall, you will have to add appropriate AD RMS exceptions. Internal deployment Install AD RMS on multiple servers tied to an AD DS directory. You must use a separate server to host the AD RMS database; otherwise, you will not be able to load balance the AD RMS role. Extranet deployment When users are mobile and do not remain within the confines of your network, you must deploy AD RMS in an extranet a special perimeter network that provides internal services to authorized users. In this scenario, you will need to configure appropriate firewall exceptions and add a special extranet URL on an external-facing Web server to allow external client connections.
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Migrating User Profile Data User data includes more than just documents from a word processor. User data includes things such as favorite Internet sites, customized application settings such as e-mail account data, desktop backgrounds, files, and folders. Unless you are using roaming user profiles in your organization, the computer that a person uses a computer is likely to have important data stored on that computer. Migrating a user from Windows XP or Windows Vista to Windows 7 successfully involves ensuring that all this important data makes the transition from a person's old computer to the new one. You can view the list of user profiles stored on a computer running Windows 7 by opening System within Control Panel, clicking Advanced System Settings, and then clicking the Settings button in the User Profiles area of the Advanced System Settings tab. From this dialog box, shown in Figure 1-17, you can view the size of user profiles, delete user profiles stored on the computer, or change the user profile from a local profile to a roaming user profile.
Lesson 4: Designing Failover and Failback Strategies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 421
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computer to accomplish the same goal. OABs are created with reference to an existing address list. For example, in Figure 8-5, an OAB is created on the basis of the Melbourne address list. New OABs can be created by starting the New Offline Address Book Wizard, located in the Actions pane when the Mailbox node is selected under Organization configuration in Exchange Management Console.
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