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Note For more information about troubleshooting by using Ping and similar commands, read Knowledge Base article 314067, How to Troubleshoot TCP/IP Connectivity with Windows XP.
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The Security section provides many options, including the following check boxes: Empty Temporary Internet Files Folder When Browser Is Closed Specifies whether you want to empty the Internet Temporary Files folder when the browser is closed. This option is not selected by default. Use SSL 2.0 Controls whether you want to send and receive secured information through Secure Sockets Layer Level 2 (SSL 2.0), the standard protocol for secure transmissions. All Web sites support this protocol. This option is selected by default. Use SSL 3.0 Specifies whether you want to send and receive secured information through Secure Sockets Layer Level 3 (SSL 3.0), which is designed to be more secure than SSL 2.0. Some Web sites might not support SSL 3.0. This option is selected by default.
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To set up the transport security, you must create a binding configuration.
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You access the dictionary from the Options dialog box on the Spelling & Grammar tab. You can add entries to the glossary for words that Microsoft Office applications think are misspelled. For instance, user names; postal codes; company names; acronyms such as DVDs, CDs, ISBN, and ASAP; and Web addresses are often underlined as misspelled words. Adding these entries to the dictionary not only causes them not to be underlined in a document the next time they are used but also keeps them from being marked as misspellings in Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, or other Microsoft Office applications.
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query_string Defines the string for which you would like to view the word breaker output. This string can include any valid options from the CONTAINS predicate, including INFLECTIONAL, THESAURUS, and Boolean operators. lcid
When you are done using your mobile PC, you probably shut down your computer. But that means that the next time you want to use your mobile PC, you have to wait for a few seconds, or even minutes, for it to start up. If you move around a lot with your mobile PC, it can be frustrating to wait for the computer to start each time you want to use it. On the other hand, if you keep your mobile PC running, you know that you won t have enough battery power to last all day. You can optimize both the battery life and start time or your mobile PC by taking advantage of three off modes that are available with Windows XP: Standby. This mode turns off your computer, but keeps all of the information you were working on in memory so that you don t lose any work. Your mobile PC is configured to go to standby after the computer has been idle for a set period of time, or when you close the lid. You can also manually put your computer on standby. To wake it up, you either press the power button on your computer or open the lid. It takes a few seconds for your computer to restore to the state it was in before going into standby mode. Hibernate. This mode saves all your work to a special file on the hard disk and completely turns off the computer. All of your work is restored when you wake up the computer, which usually takes around 15 seconds. You can wake up your PC from Hibernate mode in the same way you wake it from Standby mode, by pressing the power button or opening the lid. Shutdown. This mode completely shuts down the computer and doesn t save or store any of your work.
You use the Shares folder in Computer Management (located within System Tools\Shared Folders) to view a list of all shared folders on the computer and to determine how many users have a connection to each folder. In Figure 17-1, the Shares folder has been selected in the Computer Management console tree, and all the shared folders on that computer are shown in the details pane.
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Security Configuration
Public Class RouterPolicy Inherits Microsoft.Web.Services3.Messaging.SoapHttpRouter Protected Overrides Function GetRequestPolicy() As Policy Return New PolicyAssertion() End Function
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