Have you ever accidentally erased that important file? In this video, you’ll learn how to configure file restore points, restore previous versions of files, restore deleted files, and recover Windows 7 user profiles.
When something goes wrong, you need to have all of the right tools available to fix the problem. In this video, you’ll learn how to create and restore from a system restore point, when to use the last known good configuration, how to rollback a driver, and how to completely restore a Windows 7 system.
Windows 7 provides many different options for backing up and restoring your important files. In this video, you’ll learn how to create a system recovery disk, how to schedule backups, and how to back up files, folders, or the entire system.
The performance of Windows 7 can be based on a number of different settings. In this video, you’ll learn how to configure your desktop environment, optimize the performance of service and programs, discuss mobile computing performance issues, and configure power performance settings.
There are many options to optimize the performance of Windows 7. In this video, you’ll learn how to configure page files, hard drive caching, networking performance, processor scheduling, and much more.
It’s easy to monitor the performance of your Windows 7 desktop, but what options are available to constantly monitor the performance of every desktop in your enterprise? In this video, you’ll learn about event log configurations and filters, event subscriptions, data collector sets, and creating a system diagnostics report.
Windows 7 gives you many different utilities to help keep your disks in peak operating condition. In this video, you’ll learn how to defragment your drives, how to check your disk for errors, and how to configure your Group Policies to provide control over removable storage media.
Installing and managing disk volumes and RAID configurations is an important skill to have in Windows 7. In this video, you’ll learn how to manage disk volumes, decide between MBR and GPT partitions, convert between disk types, and build Windows 7 software-based RAID arrays.
The Windows 7 operating system is constantly updated, but many environments would like to control the update process. In this video, you’ll learn how to configure every aspect of the update process, including the types of updates, update policies, hiding updates, reviewing update history, and rolling back updates.
Now that your remote VPN connection is running, you can take advantage of some Windows 7 technologies to make the most of your limited bandwidth. In this video, you’ll learn about Windows’ NAP technology, the process for auditing your remote connections, and how to publish individual applications using Remote Desktop’s RemoteApp feature.