Monday, July 26, 2010

Store And Keep Your Email

You do not need to save your email individually as your documents, beside this need more time and wasting time. Actually if you have use outlook, outlook has keep your email address book and all of email in certain document. You can find all your email address on mailbox.pab file and your all email communication store in pst file. If you have other name of email address or you need to create new name for this pab file, you can create new one and you can store on certain place. If you have created address book file and store in your office, you also can send this document to your home also you can send all your email communication to other your mail at your home. You can save it and use it for your purpose someday.





You can’t send this file directly by using outlook like use on the insert menu, insert file and chose this kind of file. You must create zip file and accumulate all your pab and pst file on this new box, and then you can send this file through your mail. At your home you can import all this file through your outlook by using this procedure:
  • On the tools menu, click email account and then you can add or view your address book or your email account.
  • If you want to use those new pst and pab you must extract first your zip file into your documents folder. After that you can add a new directory or address book from this new pop up window.

How to Open pst File of Outlook

Look your folder of other pst file: on the Tools menu click email account – then will see new pop up window like below:


Choose “view or change existing email accounts” then click “next”. Then will see new pop up window open like here:



On “Deliver new e-mail to the following location:” click “New Outlook Data File”, then look for your pst file is keep and choose one, if this pst file has password you should provide with password to open.



On this option you can choose either the top or below, no problem.



You can choose your pst file on your folder where you keep this file. If this file is protected by password you should provide the password, like this one.



Fill the right password and then you can open it through your outlook automatically.

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Remote Administration

Using tools included with Microsoft® Windows® Server 2003 family operating systems CDs, you can remotely manage your system servers running Microsoft® Windows 2000 and Windows Server 2003 family operating systems. You can also remotely manage Windows Server 2003 family operating systems from a computer using Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional.
  • For general information, see Remote administration overview.
  • For tips about managing your server remotely, see Best practices.
  • For other sources of information, see Resources.
  • Remote administration overview
The following table presents remote management tasks and links to information about the tools. Unless indicated otherwise, these tools are used on Microsoft® Windows® Server 2003 family operating systems and, in some cases, Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional.

Task
Tools
Comments
Manage several servers by performing similar tasks.
Microsoft Management Console; Author an MMC console file; Work with MMC and saved console files
You can use appropriate saved MMC consoles, if available, or you can create custom MMC consoles for tasks you frequently either delegate or perform.
Log onto one computer remotely and manage it as if you were there.
Using Remote Desktop Connection
In addition to Windows Server 2003 family operating systems, this feature can be used with Microsoft® Windows 2000 Server. The Remote Desktop feature must be enabled on the remote computer.
Switch among several computers that you want to log on to remotely.
Remote Desktops Snap-in
In addition to Windows Server 2003 family operating systems, this feature can be used with Windows 2000 Server. The Remote Desktop feature must be enabled on the remote computer.
Administer a server running Windows Server 2003 from any computer on your network.
Remote Desktop for Administration
In addition to Windows Server 2003 family operating systems, this feature can be used with Windows 2000 Server. The Remote Desktop feature must be enabled on the remote computer.
Manage servers from Windows XP Professional.
Windows Server 2003 Administration Tools Pack Overview;
Remote Desktop Connection
Windows Server 2003 Administration Tools Pack must be installed on Windows XP Professional to permit server management using these tools. The Remote Desktop feature must be enabled on servers to permit use of the Remote Desktop Connection.
Manage your web server using a Web browser on a remote computer.
Using Web Interface for Remote Administration
Use Internet Explorer, version 6 or later, for remote administration using Web Interface. Web Interface is not installed by default for Web servers.
Assist in real time an operator on a remote computer running Windows Server 2003 family operating system, Windows XP Professional or Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition.
Administering Remote Assistance
The Remote Assistance connection requires explicit permission from the connected user, and both computers must be running Windows XP Professional or Windows Server 2003 family operating systems.
Connect to a remote computer when that computer cannot access a network or is not in a functional state because of hardware or software failure.
Telnet
All commands must be entered through the command line. Capabilities are limited, and security is minimal.
Manage disk space on servers by copying files to a library of magnetic tapes or magneto-optical disks.
Remote Storage
Some Windows components require configuration before they can be used and will be displayed in the Add or Remove Windows Components in Add or Remove Programs in Control Panel. Remote storage requires installation.


Notes
Depending on the Group Policy settings on your network, you might not be able to perform some of these tasks. You can use command-line tools to automate many processes and tasks. For more information, see Automating processes and tasks. You must physically access each computer to reboot, change hardware, and enable the Remote Desktop feature. Once the Remote Desktop feature has been enabled, it will remain enabled. For an explanation of the various Remote Desktop terminologies, see Remote Administration Using Terminal Services.

For more information about remote administration, see the following:
  • Common Administrative Tasks
  • New features
  • Quick guide for finding tools
  • Resources
Best practices
To perform many tasks on a single, remote server, use Remote Desktop for Administration.
To remotely administer a server running a Windows Server 2003 family operating system, you do not need to install Terminal Server. Instead, use Remote Desktop for Administration. On these operating systems, Remote Desktop for Administration is on by default but is not enabled. After you enable remote connections, Remote Desktop for Administration allows you to administer your server from any computer on your network running Windows Server 2003 family, Windows XP Professional, and Windows 2000. Windows Server 2003, Web Edition, does not support remote administration.

You can use Remote Desktop with Windows 2000 Server. You need to install Terminal Services for Remote Administration as described in the Windows 2000 Help.

For more information, see To enable or disable remote connections and Remote Desktop for Administration.
To do similar tasks on many servers, use MMC snap-ins. Most of the administration tools provided with Windows Server 2003 family operating systems are Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-ins that can be used to administer remote servers as well as your local computer. The advantages of using MMC include the following:

You can create a console with the tools you use for the tasks you do most often.
You can set the focus for a tool to any of the servers you administer, and switch between servers and tools within a single MMC console.
 
For more information, see Microsoft Management Console.
To manage servers running Windows Server 2003 family operating systems from a computer using Windows XP Professional, use Windows Server 2003 Administration Tools Pack

Windows Server 2003 Administration Tools Pack when installed on Windows XP Professional (ordinarily a client operating system) provides many remote management tools for managing your servers.

Windows Server 2003 Administration Tools Pack comes as adminpak.msi on the Windows Server 2003 family operating system and is easily installed from the server CD onto Windows XP Professional by installing the .msi from the server to the XP Professional operating system.

The Administration Tools Packs in the Windows Server 2003 family and Windows 2000 are not mutually compatible. You must use the Windows 2000 Administrative Tools to administer Windows 2000, and the Windows Server 2003 Administration Tools Pack to administer the Windows Server 2003 family operating system.

For more information, see Windows Server 2003 Administration Tools Pack Overview.

Resources
The following resources provide additional information about remote administration.

Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit. The Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit contains additional tools that you can use for remote administration.
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit (http://www.microsoft.com/)
  • Windows Server Resource Kit Directory Services Guide (http://www.microsoft.com/)
  • Windows Server Resource Kit Server Management Guide, Part Two: Remote Operations (http://www.microsoft.com/)
  • Remote Administration: Overview (http://www.microsoft.com/)
  • Remote Management Tools (http://www.microsoft.com/)
  • Microsoft Platform Software Development Kits (SDK)
For technical information about Active Directory Scripting Interfaces (ADSI), Microsoft Management Console (MMC), Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) Software Development Kits (SDK), see the Microsoft Website (http://www.microsoft.com).

TechNet
TechNet is a service that contains resources for information technology (IT) professionals. This includes access to articles written by support professionals at Microsoft, career and industry information, discussion groups, technical feedback, and software.

For more information, see Microsoft TechNet (http://www.microsoft.com/technet).

Thursday, July 15, 2010

How Google Machine Remember

How computer Google index every your articles and keep remember your article address?
I think you all already familiar with your computer work, your computer can search the file and then piling the file in order.


If you see the result of search it will arrange by alphabetic, not by the size of the file or from the how much time this file open, or from the last time file being open like on the history. Then you observe on word, open blank your blank Words and click file then scroll down your mouse then you will see like as my example bellow:


This word document shows the 4 of last file being opened. The last file I opened is Polyvinyl b, before that I open Polyvinyl Alkyl Ethers until four file, actually you can set how much the number of the last file open here.

By those two examples there are two different methods show on your computer how they search by different order. Google also has different method to show what file can view in the first page and how to order this. Google always change the method because of their capacity and their company interest of course, what can make them more benefit. People just make a prediction and assumption, but I just think that Google index machine will work by limitation of dept link, because often time there are reversible link, if no limitation can make the program running on and make them non stop iteration.

From my observe Google make just two search of dept link, because when I link to one file, then other file also being index and show in this file but the second link dept from other file is not merge. This is just my observe, you may have different experience on this can share your experience here.

Then I experience again, I created a Link in my document in Polyvinyl b, in this document I created link with name Polymer that link to Polyvinyl Alkyl Ethers, then I open this file from this link and I close Words and look again on the words order. The order is not changed, word is not calculate this opening. The order is not placed Polyvinyl Alkyl Ether on the top position but still polyvinyl b as I open first time. Then I open again my file with title “Cat Problems” in other server and I look again on Blank Words to see how they order. They are placing it “Cat Problems” on the first place. Other try I open file from my search result, like on the first time I search with keyword “polyvinyl”, from this word also placed this open in the top as the last open.

So I think Google also will recognize it if you open your url address from search result other than from link, link just make them will create the existence of those file on Google search engine.