November, 2010

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    RTM’d today: Windows Server 2008 R2 Remote Desktop Services Resource Kit

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    We’re very happy to report that Windows Server 2008 R2 Remote Desktop Service Resource Kit , by Christa Anderson and Kristin L. Griffin with the Microsoft Remote Desktop Services Team (ISBN 9780735627376; 720 pages) has shipped to the printer. In-depth and comprehensive, this official Microsoft Resource Kit delivers the information you need to plan, deploy, and administer Remote Desktop Services in Windows Server 2008 R2. You get authoritative technical guidance from those who know the technology best—leading industry experts and members of the Microsoft Desktop Virtualization Team. Coverage includes scenarios for Remote Desktop Services (formerly known as Terminal Services), virtualizing roles, setting up Remote Desktop Virtualization Host (RDVS), managing application compatibility...
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    Microsoft Press companion ebooks are now available for download

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    Greetings, everybody. Here’s a message from Microsoft Press’s Editorial Director, Kimberly Kim, about a change in direction we’ve made related to our companion ebooks. Kimberly here. Microsoft Press knows that the inclusion of a fully searchable ebook version of your Step by Step or Inside Out title is an important part of the book’s value to you. Thanks to your recent feedback through our book survey and reviews on Amazon.com, we now know that providing you unlimited online access to your ebook is simply not enough. You want to download your ebook so that you can read it even when you’re not connected to the Internet. Today, I am pleased to inform you that Safari has enabled a download option for Step by Step and Inside Out titles, allowing you to choose the method that works best for you...
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    SharePoint 2010: Great books!

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    So which SharePoint 2010 books are getting solid 5 star reviews? Check these out: SharePoint 2010 Administrator’s Pocket Consultant by Ben Curry                                           “If you are a SharePoint person, pick this wonderful guide up, it will help you in so many ways.” SharePoint 2010 Administrator’s Companion by Bill English, Brian Alderman, and Mark Ferraz                                                               ...
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    RTM’d today: MCTS Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-515): Web Applications Development with Microsoft .NET Framework 4

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    MCTS Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-515): Web Applications Development with Microsoft .NET Framework 4 , by Tony Northrup and Mike Snell, is on its way to the printer. It will be available in book stores in mid December and is now available for pre-order through online book sellers. Maximize your performance on the exam by learning to: • Configure Web Forms pages; add user and web server controls • Manage user input, state, events, and security features • Implement data-bound controls and manipulate data with LINQ • Create client scripts with JavaScript, ASP.NET AJAX, and jQuery • Develop accessibility and globalization features • Build websites based on the ASP.NET MVC framework • Debug, deploy, monitor, and troubleshoot applications Your kit includes...
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    New book: Deploying Microsoft Forefront Unified Access Gateway 2010

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    A new ebook from Yuri Diogenes and Dr. Thomas W. Shinder is now available. One of three ebooks they have written about deploying Forefront, Deploying Microsoft Forefront Unified Access Gateway 2010 (ISBN 9780735648951) presents useful best practices for deploying UAG. Yuri and Tom give a nice overview of what you can expect in the book’s introduction, which is reprinted here. Introduction When we began this project, our intent was to create a real-world scenario that would guide IT professionals in using Microsoft best practices to deploy Microsoft Forefront Unified Access Gateway (UAG) 2010. We also included an explanation of the architectural side of the product, which we consider an advantage for you, because the explanation was reviewed by engineers who work directly on UAG at Microsoft...
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    New book: Microsoft ADO.NET 4 Step by Step

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    We’re pleased to announce that Tim Patrick’s new book Microsoft ADO.NET 4 Step by Step (ISBN 9780735638884; 440 pages), is now available for purchase! ADO.NET is Microsoft's interface between your applications and your data. Using various providers and a little forethought and planning, you can access data from SQL Server, Oracle, or other databases in a generic way, such that changing providers requires either no or only minor changes to your application code. It's true: ADO.NET makes data access easier than ever before. Still, ADO.NET is big, and learning to use it effectively and efficiently can take some time. Tim Patrick has broken this complex topic into manageable chunks. Using the tried and true Step by Step approach, which gets you started by walking you through important procedures...
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    New book: Deploying Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway 2010

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    A new ebook from Yuri Diogenes and Dr. Thomas W. Shinder is now available. One of three ebooks they have written about deploying Forefront, Deploying Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway 2010 (ISBN 9780735648920) presents useful best practices for deploying TMG. Yuri and Tom give a nice overview of what you can expect in the book’s introduction, which is reprinted here. Introduction When we began this project, our intent was to create a real world scenario that would guide IT professionals in using Microsoft best practices to deploy Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG) 2010. We hope you find that we have achieved that goal. We’ve also included the main deployment scenarios for Forefront TMG, and we take a deep dive into the installation process from...
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    New book: Deploying Microsoft Forefront Protection 2010 for Exchange Server

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    A new ebook from Yuri Diogenes and Dr. Thomas W. Shinder is now available. Deploying Microsoft Forefront Protection 2010 for Exchange Server (ISBN 9780735648913) presents useful best practices for deploying FPE. Yuri and Tom give a nice overview of what you can expect in the book’s introduction, which is reprinted here. Introduction When we began this project, our intent was to create a real-world scenario that would guide IT professionals in using Microsoft best practices to deploy Microsoft Forefront Protection for Exchange Server (FPE) 2010. We hope you find that we have achieved that goal. We’ve also included a thorough explanation of the architectural side of the product, which we consider an advantage for you, because the explanation of the technical details was reviewed...
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    Rough Cuts: Microsoft Excel 2010: Data Analysis and Business Modeling, Third Edition

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    Check out the Safari Books Online Rough Cuts chapters for this upcoming book by Wayne Winston. Chapters available are: Chapter 17. Sensitivity Analysis with Data Tables Chapter 28. An Introduction to Optimization with Excel Solver Chapter 45. Summarizing Data with Database Statistical Functions Not sure what Rough Cuts are? Rough Cuts provides you with early access to books – before they are published or publicly available – and access to the authors who write those books. Sometimes you just can't wait for the book to be printed. When you need early access to information about the latest technology, Rough Cuts are your solution. Rough Cuts are books-in-progress that provide early access to information on cutting-edge technologies. Rough Cuts also gives you access...
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    Issues with “Programming Windows Phone 7” ebook

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    Hey everybody, we see the comments from some of you about presentation issues with the ebook. We’ve determined that the PDF is missing a required embedded font. This is leading to odd (or worse) presentation for some of you, including bitmapped text. We’re working with the vendor to create a new file. I’ll let you know when the new file has replaced the old one in the Microsoft Download Center. We apologize for this; degraded performance is never our goal. Also, I’ve had one report that some sample code folder path names are too long when you’re unzipping the sample code. (Windows limits a single path to 260 characters.) So you might want to shorten the path name for the code when you’re unzipping it, shortening “Microsoft_Press_ebook_Programming_Windows_Phone_7_Sample_Code”...
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    Wait for it! Tony Redmond’s Exchange Server 2010 Inside Out is coming soon

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    Yes, it’s true that I have a vested interested and I am not impartial, but I still have to say that I think this is a fabulous book. If you work with Exchange, you will love this book. It is loaded with valuable information and tips that you will use every day. It covers SP1 comprehensively and in detail. And you won’t want to miss the in-depth coverage of high availability and the DAG or the coverage of all aspects of compliance from archive mailboxes to retention policies to multi-mailbox searches. The final tweaks are in place and the book is being prepared for manufacturing—watch this space for more information. Check out what Rajesh Jha (Corporate Vice-President, Exchange) has to say: Foreword I took over the Exchange team in 2008 after 18 years in various roles...
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    Great recent reviews: Microsoft PowerPivot for Excel 2010: Give Your Data Meaning

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      We’re excited to see the great reviews for Marco Russo and Alberto Ferrari’s Microsoft PowerPivot for Excel® 2010: Give Your Data Meaning (ISBN 99780735640580; 416 pages) pouring in! Check out these reviews: Prologika Forums: “ Book Review – Microsoft PowerPivot for Excel 2010” Boyan Penev on Microsoft BI: “PowerPivot Books” amazon.com: Customer Reviews For more information about this book, see our previous posts: Great reviews: Microsoft PowerPivot for Excel 2010: Give Your Data Meaning New book: Microsoft PowerPivot for Excel 2010: Give Your Data Meaning RTM’d today: Microsoft PowerPivot for Excel 2010: Give Your Data Meaning Microsoft PowerPivot for Excel 2010: Safari Rough Cuts now available! Microsoft PowerPivot for Excel 2010: Second installment of Safari Rough Cuts now available...
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    New book: Windows Phone 7 Plain & Simple

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    We’re excited to announce that Michael Stroh’s Windows Phone 7 Plain & Simple is available! You can find the book’s chapter-level table of contents and some colorful examples of this easy-to-use, beginner-focused guide to Windows Phone 7 in this previous post . In today’s post, please enjoy a closer look at Section 11, “Finding Places and Getting Directions.”
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    RTM’d today: Windows Exchange Server 2010 Inside Out

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    Microsoft Windows Exchange Server 2010 Inside Out , by Tony Redmond, is on its way to the printer. It will be available in book stores in early December and is now available for pre-order through online book sellers. If you just can’t wait, we also have an eBook that will be available for purchase this week. The ISBN is 9780735640410. This book is 1248 pages and each one is a gem. Here’s the Contents at a Glance. Chapter 1 Introducing Microsoft Exchange 2010 Chapter 2 Installing Microsoft Exchange 2010 Chapter 3 The Exchange Management Shell Chapter 4 Role-Based Access Control Chapter 5 Exchange Management Console and Control Panel Chapter 6 Managing Mail-Enabled Recipients Chapter 7 The Exchange 2010 Store Chapter 8 Exchange’s Search for High Availability...
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    Sample chapters: Programming Windows Identity Foundation

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    Vittorio Bertocci’s Programming Windows Identity Foundation is off to a terrific start: it has received five reviews at Amazon, and all five are 5-starrers. Check out those reviews’ headlines for the gist: “ Only Game in Town... ,” “ Simply the best in the market so far ,” “ Excellent resource to get started with WIF ,” “ Great book and the only one so far ,” and “ Excellent WIF resource .” Today we’re happy to share the book’s full Table of Contents and two complete sample chapters: Chapter 1, “Claims-Based Identity,” and Chapter 4, “Advanced ASP.NET Programming.” 75 pages to give you an idea of the book’s coverage and quality. You can download the PDF here . You can download the XPS here . (And this post contains the book’s Introduction, by the way. Also, if you search our blog for “identity...
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    RTM’d today: Windows Phone 7 Plain & Simple

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    We’re very pleased to announce that Michael Stroh’s book, Windows Phone 7 Plain & Simple has shipped to the printer! This FULL COLOR, no-nonsense book shows you the quickest ways to set up and use your new phone -- with easy-to-follow steps, screenshots, and straightforward language. Michael shows you how to set up your phone straight out of the box; make and answer calls, and enter your contacts; read and send e-mail and text messages; work with the calendar; search and browse the Web; play music and video, and take pictures; get cool apps and games on your phone or PC. The concise, language, easy-to-follow steps, and screenshots show you exactly what to do. Handy tips teach you new techniques and shortcuts. Quick “Try This” exercises help you to apply what you...
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