Our firewalls allow us to keep the bad guys away from our systems but still provide for connectivity to network resources. In this video, you’ll learn about the advantages and disadvantages of hardware-based firewalls and software-based firewalls.
On a secure network, you may need more authentication methods than just a simple username and password. In this video, you’ll learn about multi-factor authentication methods such as smart cards, tokens, and even your mobile phone.
Windows 7 is one of the newest operating systems on the market, and it’s important to know the details prior to performing an installation. In this video, you’ll learn about the different Windows 7 editions, the Windows 7 hardware requirements, and the upgrade and installation paths to consider with Windows 7.
If you’ve used adapter cards to extend the capabilities of your personal computer, then you’ve probably needed to troubleshoot the hardware installation and the device driver operation. In this video, you’ll learn how to inspect adapter card installations for problems and how to confirm the device driver operation of an adapter card.
Hardware issues can impact performance, cause application glitches, or render a PC completely unusable. In this video, you’ll learn how to identify hardware problems such as excessive heat, noise issues, and audible alerts. << Previous Video: Operating System IssuesNext: Documentation and Resources >>
You’re planning to disable the USB port on all of the computers in your organization, but you’re concerned about your end user community re-enabling the ports on individual systems. What’s the easiest way to ensure that the hardware changes are protected from any end-user modifications?