As our networks become more distributed, we’re building out smaller locations with basic network requirements. In this video, you’ll learn about basic network technology requirements, environmental limitations, basic network compatibility, and much more.
Our operating systems can have problems, and when issues arise the resolution isn’t always obvious. In this video, you’ll learn how to troubleshoot slow system performance, DLL management, compatibility errors, boot issues, and spontaneous shutdowns.
The remote aspect of a SOHO office requires that you plan for compatibility between all of its components. In this video, you’ll learn more about SOHO compatibility between the network, protocols, operating systems, and external components.
Internet Explorer is one of the most popular browsers in the world, and there are a number of management and configuration options available for IE. In this video, you’ll learn about compatibility view, security settings, search providers, add-ons, InPrivate modes, and certificates.
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.
Your organization would like to purchase a high-end document printer to use with Windows XP. Because of the costs involved, you need to be certain that the printer is compatible with Windows XP Professional. What’s the best way to confirm that the printer is compatible with Windows XP?