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Infrastructure Development & Operations
· Terminal Services Management Pack for Operations Manager 2007
· Windows Server Operating System Management Pack for Operations Manager 2007
· Windows Server 2008 Application Server Management Pack for System Center OpsMgr 2007
· Windows Server 2008 Group Policy Management Pack for Operations Manager 2007
· Windows Server 2003 Group Policy Management Pack for Operations Manager 2007
· Overview Series: Windows Vista® Performance and Tuning
· Windows Client Springboard Series: Microsoft Assessment and Planning Solution Accelerator Podcast
· Microsoft iSCSI Software Initiator Version 2.07
· Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 Phone Edition
· SharePoint Monitoring Toolkit
· Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP1 International Client Packs
· Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) 2008 Update 1
· Update for Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) 3 Service Pack 1 (KB954960)
· Update for Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) 3 Service Pack 1 for x64-based Systems (KB954960)
· Preload Package Tool for Configuration Manager 2007
Solutions & Solution Development
· Windows Live Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio
· .NET Rocks! - Scott Guthrie on Mix and Matthew Manela on the MSDN Code Gallery
· .NET Rocks! - Christian Weyer on the Internet Service Bus
· Windows Client Springboard Series: The Microsoft Application Compatibility Toolkit Podcast
· .NET Rocks! - Catching up with Dr. Neil Roodyn
· .NET Rocks! - Julie Lerman on the Entity Framework
· Microsoft Provisioning System SDK - June, 2008
· .NET Rocks! - Catching up with Tim Huckaby
· .NET Rocks! - John Bristowe on Advancing Your Career
· Windows Mobile API Usage Tool
· .NET Rocks! - Stephen Forte on Remote/Distributed Teams
· .NET Rocks! - Issam Elbaytam and Scott Wileke
· BizTalk Server 2006 R2 Hyper-V Guide
· Readme for SQL Server 2008 Release Candidate 0
· Release Notes for SQL Server 2008 Release Candidate 0
· Video: Adding Video or Audio Media to an ASP.NET Web Application
· Video: Integrating XAML into an ASP.NET Web Site Using Managed Code
· .NET Rocks! - Barry Dorrans revisits Security with OpenID and Cardspace
· .NET Rocks! - Emre Kiciman on AjaxView
· Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Upgrade Guide
· Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Privacy Statement
Security, Policy & Compliance
· Windows Client Springboard Series: Advanced Group Policy Podcast
· Protecting HMC 4.5 Environments with Forefront Security for Exchange Server
· Security Update for SQL Server 2000 Service Pack 4 and MSDE 2000 (KB948110)
· Article Authoring Add-in for Microsoft Office Word 2007
· Microsoft VOLT 1.3
· Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) Training Kit
· Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Turkey Features Help
· EMEA case study resources
The Terminal Services Management Pack monitors the individual Terminal Services components on Windows Server 2000, 2003 and 2008.
The Terminal Services Management Pack helps you manage your computers running Terminal Services on Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2003, or Windows 2000 Server by monitoring the health of the Terminal Services with the help of server role services. Feature Summary Terminal servers running Windows 2000 Server use the following role services:
Windows Server 2003 adds the following role service:
The following additional role services are used in conjunction with Windows Server 2008:
Management Pack Release History:
The Windows Server Operating System Management Pack provides the fundamental monitoring basics for computers running the Windows 2000 Server, Windows Server 2003, and Windows Server 2008 Operating System.
The Windows Server Operating System Management Pack consists of the following five management packs: Microsoft Windows Server Library, Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Discovery, Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Monitoring, Microsoft Windows Server 2003, and Microsoft Windows 2000 Server. The Microsoft Windows Server management packs monitor the performance, health, and availability of Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2003, and Windows 2000 Server. By detecting, alerting on, and automatically responding to critical events and performance indicators, management packs reduce resolution times for issues and increase the overall availability and performance of your Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2003, and Windows 2000 Server operating systems, thereby helping to reduce the total cost of ownership. Feature Summary
The Windows Server 2008 Application Server Management Pack provides fundamental monitoring for the Application Server role of Windows Server 2008 Operating System.
The Windows Server 2008 Application Server Management Pack includes monitors, rules, views, tasks, knowledge, and reports for the monitoring of Application Server included in the Windows Server 2008 operating system. It provides a knowledge base of useful information to help administrators resolve an issue when the Application Server role becomes unhealthy. With this management pack, Information Technology (IT) administrators can collect the events that the components of the Application Server role place in the Windows Server 2008 event logs. This management pack highlights events that might indicate possible service outages or configuration problems so that you can quickly take corrective or preventive actions, simplifying administrative tasks and reducing IT costs. Feature Bullet Summary: The Windows Server 2008 Application Server Management Pack manages the logical parts of Application Server that an operator or administrator is interested in monitoring, configuring, or reporting on. The following component events are captured in this management pack:
Windows Server 2008 Group Policy Management Pack for Operations Manager 2007 monitors the health, availability, and performance of the Microsoft group policy client component of Microsoft Windows Server 2008.
The Windows Server 2008 Group Policy Management Pack includes monitors, rules, views, and knowledge for the monitoring of the application of group policy settings on Windows Server 2008. It provides a knowledge base of useful information to help administrators resolve an issue when group policy fails to process. Feature Summary
Provides Group Policy health monitoring and knowledge base of useful information to help administrators resolve an issue when Group Policy fails to process. Requires OpsMgr 2007 MOM 2005 Backward Compatibility MP Update 6.0.5000.1 (or higher).
The Windows Server 2003 Group Policy Management Pack for Microsoft Operations Manager 2007 includes monitors, rules, views, and knowledge for the monitoring of the proper application of Group Policy included in Windows Server 2003. Feature Summary: The Group Policy Management Pack for Operations Manager 2007 monitors Group Policy infrastructure and in-scope client side extensions. Specifically, it provides Group Policy health monitoring for:
Provides a knowledge base of useful information to help administrators resolve an issue when Group Policy fails to process. Release History:
Improve Performance Quickly and Easily This guide focuses on performance improvements on a single computer, but also takes a look at some of the tools used in enterprise environments to help make performance tuning manageable on a much larger scale.
Windows Vista and SP1 focus on delivering greater performance and overall system responsiveness. By striking a balance between speed and responsiveness, Windows Vista and SP1 deliver a level of performance that has the greatest positive impact on the system’s usability.This guide looks at the following areas of performance improvement: • Making configuration changes that help a computer feel more responsive when you use it. • Using hardware to boost the actual physical speed of a computer. • Making configuration changes that help a computer to start faster. • Making the computer more reliable may help increase performance. • Monitoring performance occasionally so that you can stop problems before they get too big.
Windows Client Springboard Series: Microsoft Assessment and Planning Solution Accelerator Podcast Baldwin Ng, Senior Product manager with Microsoft's Solution Accelerators team, discusses the new version the Microsoft Assessment and Planning Solution Accelerator, released in early July, 2008.
Baldwin Ng, Senior Product manager with Microsoft's Solution Accelerators team, discusses the new version the Microsoft Assessment and Planning Solution Accelerator, released in early July, 2008.
(build 3640) Version 2.07
This is the latest version of the Microsoft iSCSI Software Initiator. The Microsoft iSCSI Software Initiator enables connection of a Windows host to an external iSCSI storage array using Ethernet NICs. This download can be installed on Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, and Windows 2000. For Vista and Windows Sever 2008, the iSCSI initiator is included inbox. The Microsoft iSCSI software initiator makes it possible for businesses to take advantage of existing network infrastructure to enable block-based Storage Area Networks without having to invest in additional hardware. Supported architectures include x86, x64(both Intel and AMD), and IA64 platforms For more information, please the Microsoft iSCSI Support for Windows Homepage
Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 Phone Edition is the first generation Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone which is directly compatible with Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007.
This download was originally released on October 15, 2007. For a complete list of fixes and changes in this latest version, please see KB article 952693. Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 Phone Edition enables you to make outbound audio calls and answer inbound phone calls from callers (PBX, PSTN, VoIP or soft-phone callers) and provides this functionality from inside or outside the company firewall. In short, you can do everything you can do today with your regular phone - and more. With Office Communicator 2007 Phone Edition, you have new voice communication capabilities not available with your traditional desktop phone. For example you can:
These are just a few of the features enabled by Office Communicator 2007 Phone Edition.
This Solution Accelerator provides a set of System Center Ops Manager 2007 Management Packs for Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (including SP1). The Toolkit also includes user documentation for each of the Management Packs.
The SharePoint Monitoring Toolkit helps you manage Microsoft® SharePoint® environments of all sizes with two new management packs for System Center Operations Manager 2007:
These packs monitor the health state of the components in your SharePoint environment that affect performance and availability. When there is an issue that may cause service or performance degradation, Operations Manager 2007 uses the management packs to detect the issue, alert you to its existence, and facilitate diagnosis and corrective actions. The management packs monitor:
The SharePoint Monitoring Toolkit Management Packs have been rewritten from the ground up to take advantage of the latest features of System Center Operations Manager 2007. Major improvements from previous packs include:
International Client Packs (ICPs) contain international-language clients to use with System Center Configuration Manager (SC Config Mgr) 2007 SP1. ICP downloads contain only the Config Mgr client files, not the English-language SC Config Mgr 2007 SP1, which is required.
International Client Packs (ICPs) contain international-language clients to use with System Center Configuration Manager (SC Config Mgr) 2007 SP1. ICP downloads contain only the Config Mgr client files, not the English-language SC Config Mgr 2007 SP1, which is required. ICP1 contains the following languages:
ICP2 contains all languages from ICP1 plus the following: **NOT YET PUBLISHED**
Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) 2008 Update 1 is the recommended process and toolset to automate desktop and server deployment.
Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) 2008 Update 1 unifies the tools and processes required for desktop and server deployment into a common deployment console and collection of guidance. The fourth generation deployment accelerator adds integration with recently released Microsoft deployment technologies to create a single path for image creation and automated installation. MDT’s tools and end-to-end guidance reduce deployment time, standardize desktop and server images, limit service disruptions, reduce post-deployment help desk costs, and improve security and ongoing configuration management. Microsoft Deployment Toolkit technologies eliminate interaction time required to install desktop and server operating systems. Interaction at the targeted computer may take a few moments using the Lite Touch Installation (LTI) method or it can be completely automated using Zero Touch Installation (ZTI). Zero Touch Installation utilizes Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 or Systems Management Server 2003 with the Operating System Deployment Feature Pack. Lite Touch Installation can be used when software distribution tools are not in place. Microsoft Deployment Tookit 2008 Update 1 also uses Configuration Manager 2007’s stand-alone media-initiated operating system deployment feature. This release offers project management guidance for all deployment roles and separates technical documentation for the products and technologies to facilitate automation tasks. What’s New in MDT 2008 Update 1? MDT 2008 Update 1 includes new capability for OEM preload scenarios, a revised System Center Operations Manager Management Pack, bug fixes, and revised documentation. This updated version provides guidance in the .chm help file format only. If you need the guidance in .doc file format, you can download it here. MDT 2008 Update 1 enables deployment of the following Microsoft products:
Choosing the Right Version Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2008 Update 1 is offered in two versions to support Solution Accelerator component installation on x64 or x86 hosts. Select the version that corresponds with your host hardware type. Both versions of Microsoft Deployment Toolkit support deployment of x86 and x64 Windows operating systems. The Quick Start and Getting Started guides for MDT 2008 Update 1 are available as a separate download on this page for those who want to quickly evaluate MDT by viewing condensed, step-by-step instructions for using it to install Windows operating systems. Send questions or feedback to us directly at SATfdbk@microsoft.com
Install this update to resolve the issue in which clients are unable to synchronize updates from Windows Server Update Services 3.0 Service Pack 1.
Install this update to resolve the issue in which clients are unable to synchronize updates from Windows Server Update Services 3.0 Service Pack 1. After you install this item, you may have to restart your computer. This software update can’t be uninstalled.
The SMS 2003 Toolkit tool Package Loader Tool has been updated to support Configuration Manager 2007
The Preload Package Tool (PreloadPkgOnSite.exe) is used to manually install compressed copies of software distribution package source files on Configuration Manager 2007 sites. After package source files are installed, a status message is sent up the site hierarchy indicating the presence of the new package source files. This avoids sites higher in the hierarchy from copying package source files over the network when distribution points at child site are selected to host software distribution package content that has already been preloaded on them. The following feature enhancements have been made to the tool since it was released in the SMS 2003 Toolkit:
July 2008 CTP Visual Studio Tools for Windows Live Services
This CTP is an update to February 2008 CTP Release. In addition to previously offered ASP.NET server controls, it also provides Virtual Earth Map Control. Also, SilverlightStreamingMediaPlayer control is now compatible with Silverlight 2 Beta 2. This package includes following: ASP.NET Server Controls • Contacts • IDLoginStatus • IDLoginView • Map • MessengerChat • SilverlightStreamingMediaPlayer Visual Studio Project Template • ASP.NET Windows Live Web Site
Carl and Richard talk with Scott Guthrie about what to expect this year at Mix. Following that interview, the boys talk with Matthew Manela about the MSDN Code Gallery. Matthew also discusses his experiences starting at Microsoft as an intern and working his way up the food chain.
Carl and Richard talk with Christain Weyer about the features and functionality of the new Microsoft Internet Service Bus.
Christian Weyer is software architect with thinktecture, a company assisting software architects and developers in projects to realize distributed application architectures. He is fascinated by the opportunities of both service-orientation and the Web, beyond the browser and colorful user interfaces. With a strong historical background in distributed systems and applying technologies like WCF and WCF in the past years in customer projects, Christian is currently focusing on the possibilities to leverage the Web for connected systems, inside and outside the firewall and works closely with the 'Biztalk Services' team at Microsoft. Buzzwords like S+S, Cloud Computing and Internet Service Bus are just the tip of the iceberg for him. Christian is MVP for Connected Systems and Microsoft Regional Director for Germany. Read more about Christian at http://www.thinktecture.com/staff/christian.
Windows Client Springboard Series: The Microsoft Application Compatibility Toolkit Podcast Jeremy Chapman, Senior Product Manager with the Windows Product Management Group, discusses the Application Compatibility Toolkit (ACT), and offers guidance and strategies for remediating application conflicts.
Jeremy Chapman, Senior Product Manager with the Windows Product Management Group, discusses the Application Compatibility Toolkit (ACT), and offers guidance and strategies for remediating application conflicts.
Carl and Richard talk to Dr. Neil about Mix, Live Services, WPF, Silverlight, Grava, and other cool technology he's been involved with.
Dr. Neil Roodyn has been closely associated with leading edge technologies for the last ten years. This started with adopting, using and then teaching C++ in the early 1990’s. Then in 1995 getting to grips with the details of COM and travelling around Europe teaching and mentoring development teams. Since 1999 Neil has been involved with the agile development movement, especially eXtreme Programming, which he has been using to help teams get more out of their development lifecycle. In the last 3 years Neil has been leading the push to .NET, by running several .NET projects and teaching .NET courses. Dr. Neil’s mobile lifestyle has lead him into the realm of mobile platforms and in the last couple of years Neil has been helping developers with mobile related development, including the Tablet PC, Pocket PC and Smartphone. Neil studied Software Architectures for Real Time Systems at University College London, for which he received a PhD. Neil is currently available to teach any of these skills and more.
Julie Lerman calls in to tell us about her experiences with the Entity Framework.
Julie Lerman is an independent consultant and .NET Mentor who has been designing and writing software applications for more than 20 years. Julie is well known in the .NET community as a Microsoft MVP, ASPInsider and INETA Speaker. She is a prolific blogger, a frequent presenter at technical conferences around the world and writes articles for many well-known technical publications. Julie lives in Vermont where she runs the Vermont.NET User Group, is a board member of the Vermont Software Developers Alliance, and a member of the Champlain College Software Engineering Advisory Board. You can read Julie's blog at www.thedatafarm.com/blog. Julie is currently writing Programming Entity Framework for O’Reilly which should be available in Fall 2008.
Documentation Update ISVs and Hosters can use the MPS SDK to develop applications that are enabled for multi-tenancy capability.
ISVs and Hosters can use this MPS SDK to develop applications that are enabled for multi-tenancy capability. Create providers and namespaces specific to provisioning and hosting that allow your applications to be used by many users simultaneously.
Tim is back to talk about things like Office development, the Microsoft/Yahoo story, and more.
Called a .NET and Smart Client industry pioneer by the press, Tim Huckaby is CEO of InterKnowlogy – a custom application development firm comprised of experts in Microsoft .NET, Tools, Servers & Platforms. As a Software Development Lead, Architect, Author, & Speaker, Tim has 25+ years experience including serving on a Microsoft product team as a development lead on an architecture team. Tim sits on many boards and councils at Microsoft including the .NET Partner Advisory Council, the Microsoft eBusiness Partner Advisory Council. Tim is a Microsoft MVP in .NET. Tim was awarded with “Microsoft Regional Director of the Year” for his work in the Developer Community. Tim is the Microsoft Regional Director for Southern California and sits on the RD advisory council.
John Bristowe from Microsoft Canada talks about a new initiative from Microsoft to help .NET developers further their career.
John Bristowe is a Developer Advisor with Microsoft Canada and is based in Calgary, Alberta. John is an experienced speaker and frequently presents at developer conferences and events. Prior to joining Microsoft, John was a member of the Microsoft Regional Director program and was awarded a Microsoft MVP award for his work in the developer community on technologies such as ASP, ASP.NET, and the Microsoft Web services stack.
Performs static analysis of applications and binaries designed to run on Windows Mobile devices and reports on the usage of system APIs
The Windows Mobile API Usage Tool performs static analysis of applications and binaries designed to run on Windows Mobile devices and reports on the usage of system APIs and other resources. The goal of the tool is to provide a report of system dependencies to the application developer, optionally including the deprecated APIs that the application may currently depend on.
Stephen Forte is back, this time talking about working with distributed teams. He shares his valuable experiences and insights.
hen Forte is a partner in the Accord Advisory Group, a global strategic consulting group. Prior he was the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and co-founder of Corzen, Inc, a New York based provider of online market research data for Wall Street Firms. Corzen was acquired by Wanted Technologies (TXV: WAN) in 2007. Stephen is also the Microsoft Regional Director for the NY Metro region and speaks regularly at industry conferences around the world. He has written several books on application and database development including Programming SQL Server 2008 (MS Press). Prior to Corzen, Stephen served as the CTO of Zagat Survey in New York City and also was co-founder and CTO of the New York based software consulting firm The Aurora Development Group. He currently an MVP, INETA speaker and is the co-moderator and founder of the NYC .NET Developer User Group. Stephen has an MBA from the City University of New York (Baruch College). Stephen is training for a return to Mt. Everest this fall.
Carl talks about Active Reports and other great new tools on the way from the boys at DataDynamics.
Scott Willeke is Director of Development at Data Dynamics. He has over 12 years of software development experience and has worked with .NET Framework since early betas. He is currently leading multiple teams to bring next-generation business intelligence, data analysis and reporting components to .NET developers. Issam Elbaytam is a Founder and Product Manager at Data Dynamics. He is a 20+ year veteran of software development, having started writing scheduling software in Clipper 87 for healthcare and moved to VB3 during a brief consulting career. For the past 12 years he has been helping developers and businesses make the most of their data to support decision makers.
This guide provides information for using Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006 R2 with Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V.
The purpose of this guide is to provide guidance for using Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006 R2 with Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V. The emphasis is on BizTalk Server, but the performance evaluation methods and performance testing scenarios are useful for analyzing the performance of virtualized server applications in general. This guidance will be of interest to both the IT Pro and Developer communities.
The Readme document contains important information to read before installing Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Release Candidate 0 (RC0).
The Readme document describes how to find installation assistance in Books Online, how to find Upgrade Advisor, how to find supplemental product information in the Release Notes, and describes copyright attributes of the product.
This Release Notes document contains information for Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Release Candidate 0 (RC0) that supplements the SQL Server 2008 RC0 Readme and Books Online documentation. This document describes behaviors that apply only to this release or that are not documented in this release of Books Onl
Before installing SQL Server 2008 RC0, you should review the Release Notes for information about the components that you will be installing. After installing, refer to the Release Notes for troubleshooting help if you encounter unexpected product behavior. The Release Notes are updated periodically as required until the next release.
This video introduces the ASP.NET MediaPlayer server control for Silverlight-based applications. See Related Resources for documentation and for a code example that accompanies this video.
The ASP.NET MediaPlayer server control lets you add video and audio to a Silverlight-enabled Web site. This video shows how to include a MediaPlayer control in a Web site.
This video shows how to use the ASP.NET Silverlight control. See Related Resources for documentation and for a code example that accompanies this video.
This video shows how to use the ASP.NET controls for Silverlight to render the XAML for applications created with Silverlight 2. You will learn how to create a Silverlight-based application, how to incorporate XAML and media files, and how to include code that defines mouse events.
Barry Dorrans has a good time with Carl and Richard talking about his history in the business and his passion for OpenID and Information Cards.
Barry has been "playing" with computers since the days of the "dead flesh" keyboard on the ZX Spectrum. Graduating to .NET via RPG, QuickBasic, C, C++ and VB his time has been spent in various markets from banking through telecoms and even parts of the record industry. He specialises in .NET and Microsoft Technologies looking at "whatever takes his fancy" and running with it to see where it goes, with a passion for sharing the knowledge gathered during each of his code expeditions. For the last few years this has focused on security for developers and recently Information Cards in particular.
Carl and Richard talk to Emre Kiciman about AjaxView, a project from Microsoft Research to analyze the performance of web applications from the client side.
Emre Kiciman is a researcher in the Internet Services Research Center (ISRC) at Microsoft Research, Redmond, where his interests are broadly in the area of large-scale Internet services, their operations and their end-to-end reliability. Often, his work focuses on monitoring and machine learning analysis of system behavior to improve reliability and performance. Most recently, his research has focused on web applications.
Provides information about and instructions for upgrading to Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009.
This guide provides information about upgrading from Microsoft Dynamics 3.0 (formerly known as Microsoft Business Solutions–Axapta 3.0) with a supported service pack or from Microsoft Dynamics AX 4.0 to Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009. This document also includes the following information:
Read the Privacy Statement document for Microsoft SQL Server 2008.
At Microsoft, we're working hard to protect your privacy, while delivering products that bring you the performance, power and convenience you desire in your personal computing. This privacy statement explains many of the data collection and use practices of Microsoft SQL Server 2008.
Windows Client Springboard Series: Advanced Group Policy Podcast Derek Melber, author, IT Consultant and Microsoft MVP for Group Policy, discusses how to effectively use the new group policy objects in Windows Vista to improve manageability and strengthen security.
Derek Melber, author, IT Consultant and Microsoft MVP for Group Policy, discusses how to effectively use the new group policy objects in Windows Vista to improve manageability and strengthen security.
White paper on protecting HMC 4.5 environments with Forefront Security for Exchange Server
This white paper outlines how customers can improve protection for HMC 4.5 environments for Forefront Security for Exchange Server.
Security Update for SQL Server 2000 Service Pack 4 and MSDE 2000 (KB948110)
A security issue has been identified in the SQL Server 2000 Service Pack 4 and MSDE 2000 that could allow an attacker to compromise your system and gain control over it.
Release Candidate of Word add-in to enhance the authoring of scientific and technical articles, including support for the National Library of Medicine XML format This add-in enables reading and writing of XML-based documents in the format used by the National Library of Medicine for archiving scientific articles.
The Release Candidate of the Article Authoring Add-in for Microsoft Word 2007 provides authors of scientific articles with the ability to read and write files from Word 2007 into the XML format used by the National Library of Medicine for archiving articles in the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) free digital archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature, PubMed Central. This Release Candidate is targeted at the staff of scientific and technical journals, Information Repositories, and early adopters within the scholarly authoring community, as well as developers of publishing solutions and workflows.
The Microsoft Visual OpenType Layout Tool "VOLT" provides an easy-to-use graphical user interface to add OpenType layout tables to fonts with TrueType outlines.
VOLT supports a wide range of substitution and positioning types. It also contains a proofing tool that helps see the result of applying layout table lookups. It allows import and export of glyph names, lookups, glyph groups and a full project.
This training kit provides learning information for Business Activity Monitoring (BAM).
The purpose of this kit is to provide instructor-led as well as self-study training for BAM. The training covers different roles during the BAM solution development process and the tools designated for those roles. This kit contains an overview of the BAM feature ("BAM Training.doc"), a BAM solution sample ("BAM Training_Hands-On Exercises.doc"), sample code files to use with the sample solution ("BAM Training_Lab Files" folder), and a PowerPoint slide deck to use in an instructer-led setting ("BAM Training_Instructor Slide Deck.ppt").
This Help file provides information about the features and functionality in Microsoft Dynamics AX that are specific to Turkey.
This download includes the GDL_Turkey.chm file, which includes the Help topics for the Turkey features and functionality.
EMEA case study resources
Word and PowerPoint for GCRP programme