Which Windows command line utility provides you with an easy method of modifying the applications that load during startup?
You are responsible for managing the users at a remote site, and they have been having intermittent application issues for the last week. Unfortunately, none of the users have documented any of the application error messages. Which Windows utility could you use to gather more information about their history of application crashes?
A Small Office / Home Office has a different set of requirements than a large corporate office. In this video, you’ll learn about SOHO requirements for the network, application access, and data sharing.
A web application firewall is a relatively new technology in network security. In this video, you’ll learn about web application firewalls and how they are used to protect our important web-based applications.
For the best security, you’ll want to always keep your applications and operating systems up-to-date. In this video, you’ll learn about application patch management, OS updates, and some of the challenges associated with application patch management.
If you’re going to constantly check on the security of your application, you’ll need a baseline to which everything should refer. In this video, you’ll learn the basics of application configuration baselining and some techniques you can use to harden your applications against attack.
You are using an older Windows application that is incompatible with your newer hardware. What utility can you use to monitor the real-time status of the application utilization or close the application if it hangs?
AppLocker is a new application management and control mechanism that is specific to Windows 7 Ultimate and Windows 7 Enterprise. In this video, you’ll learn how AppLocker differs from software restriction policies and how to configure and implement AppLocker policies on your network.
If you need to manage and control application use on Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7, then you need software restriction policies. In this video, you’ll learn how to use Group Policies to restrict application use and how to build hash rules, certificate rules, path rules, network zone rules, and default rules.
Although Windows 7 is compatible with the vast majority of legacy applications, there are always operating system changes that might cause older applications to have problems. In this video, you’ll learn how to use the Windows 7 built-in compatibility tools to ensure that your applications run optimally. You’ll watch us demonstrate the Application Compatibility Toolkit, the Internet Explorer Compatibility Test Tool, and the Application Compatibility Group Policies.