Windows 2000 Registry Handbook helps administrators become more effective and productive. This handbook helps you use the registry for practical business purposes. While other books tend to discuss technology for the sake of technology, this book delivers timely, critical information that you can use to perform your job better. Topics covered are administering and securing the Registry, customizing Windows 2000, scripting changes, troubleshooting, and diagnosing common Registry errors.
About the Author
As a best-selling author, Jerry has written over 20 books. He is a frequent speaker at assorted public events, focusing on the Internet and the Windows product family as well as other development issues. Jerry has five years networking experience, implementing complex enterprise solutions with Microsoft Windows NT Server, Microsoft BackOffice and other technologies. In the course of writing so many books about the registry, Jerry has invested thousands of hours learning about the heart and soul of Windows.
Emergency Planning for Industrial Hazards
Recent events worldwide have again highlighted the need for
effective emergency measures for hazards connected with the
process industries and the large scale storage of dangerous
substances. The Commission of the European Communities, DG
XI, in collaboration with the JRC Ispra Establishment, has
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Web Services Testing with soapUI
This book is all about using soapUI for functional and performance testing of
service-oriented solutions. soapUI can be used to test various aspects of a
service-oriented solution without merely playing the role of a web service
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