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Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Standard
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Windows Server Standard 2012 ist der Nachfolger von Windows Server 2008 R2 und bietet Ihnen die moderne Bedienoberfläche von Windows 8, diverse neue Funktionen und Programme sowie typische Serverfeatures mit hoher Performance. Die aus Windows 8 bekannte Modern-Userinterface-Oberfläche wird auch bei Windows 2012 Server Standard verwendet. Dadurch wird die Bedienung per Touchscreen optimiert. Wollen Sie auf diese Bedienoberfläche verzichten, haben Sie die Möglichkeit der Core-Installation. Mit diesem Schritt konfigurieren Sie Microsoft Windows Server Standard 2012 mittels PowerShell und Windows-Eingabeaufforderung. Die Core-Installation ist standardmäßig eingestellt und schafft ein Plus an Performance für die Anwendungen. Insbesondere beim Einsatz von SQL-Server oder Hyper-V wird Ihnen dieser Vorteil auffallen. Neue Oberfläche für eine leichte Suche In Windows 2012 Server Standard gibt es einen überarbeiteten Task-Manager, der laufende Prozesse kategorisiert, inaktive Anwendungen zur Leistungssteigerung anhält und durch die neue Oberfläche die Suche von Applikationen vereinfacht. Hinzu kommen folgende Funktionen wie Active Directory Domain Services, die aktuelle Virtualisierungsplattform Hyper-V und Microsoft Windows Azure, die Windows Server Standard 2012 zu einem optimalen Server-Betriebssystem machen. SMB 3.0, Windows Azure und Hyper-V Microsoft stellt Ihnen ein zuverlässiges Betriebssystem für Ihren Serverbetrieb zur Verfügung, das durch ein modernes Userinterface für die Touchscreen-Bedienung optimiert wurde, die Protokollversion SMB 3.0 wird unterstützt, wodurch Sie schnelleren Zugriff auf Dateifreigaben haben und das PowerShell 3.0 zur Verwaltung von Systemeinstellungen. Windows 2012 Server Standard gibt Ihnen zudem Windows Azure an die Hand, das als Feature zur Sicherung des Servers in der Azure-Cloud dient sowie den Internet Information Service 8.0 zur Verwaltung von Extended-Validation-Zertifikaten. Die verbesserte Virtualisierungsplattform Hyper-V bietet Ihnen eine optimierte Leistungsfähigkeit sowie DirectAccess, bei dem der Server nun auch Technologien zur IPv6-Überbrückung beinhaltet und somit keine PKI mehr benötigt. Sichere Verwaltung Ihrer Daten Die dynamische Zugriffssteuerung (Dynamic Access Control) ist die neue Sicherheitsfunktion bei Windows 2012 Server Standard. Sie regelt den Dateienzugriff über Metadaten und arbeitet parallel zu den Active-Directory-Sicherheitslinien. Die dynamische Zugriffssteuerung gewährleistet beispielsweise, dass ein unbefugter Zugriff nach dem Verschieben einer Datei in andere Verzeichnisse unterbunden wird. Eine Sicherung der Dateien erfolgt dabei im Hintergrund. Die Entwickler von Windows Server Standard 2012 führen mit dieser Version das neue Dateisystem ReFS ein, das als Ergänzung zum gängigen NTFS dient und speziell für Server zur Datenspeicherung entwickelt wurde. Das Serverbetriebssystem ermöglicht den Gebrauch von zwei physischen Prozessoren. Durch den Einsatz von zwei zusätzlichen virtuellen Instanzen eignet sich Windows 2012 Server Standard optimal für kleine und mittelständische Unternehmen. Features: - 5 User CAL's Versandart Beim Kauf entscheiden Sie selbst, ob Sie das Produkt sofort downloaden oder lieber bequem per USB-Stick nach Hause geschickt bekommen wollen. Klicken Sie einfach in der Auswahl die bevorzugte Variante an und legen Sie das Produkt in den Warenkorb.

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PowerShell for Sysadmins
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Learn to use PowerShell, Microsoft's scripting language, to automate real-world tasks that IT professionals and system administrators deal with every day. Save Time. Automate. PowerShell® is both a scripting language and an administrative shell that lets you control and automate nearly every aspect of IT. In PowerShell for Sysadmins, five-time Microsoft® MVP "Adam the Automator" Bertram shows you how to use PowerShell to manage and automate your desktop and server environments so that you can head out for an early lunch. You'll learn how to: - Combine commands, control flow, handle errors, write scripts, run scripts remotely, and test scripts with the PowerShell testing framework, Pester - Parse structured data like XML and JSON, work with common domains (like Active Directory, Azure, and Amazon Web Services), and create a real-world server inventory script - Design and build a PowerShell module to demonstrate PowerShell isn't just about ad-hoc scripts - Use PowerShell to create a hands-off, completely automated Windows deployment - Build an entire Active Directory forest from nothing but a Hyper-V host and a few ISO files - Create endless Web and SQL servers with just a few lines of code! Real-world examples throughout help bridge the gap between theory and actual system, and the author's anecdotes keep things lively. Stop with the expensive software and fancy consultants. Learn how to manage your own environment with PowerShell for Sysadmins and make everyone happy. Covers Windows PowerShell v5.1

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Microsoft Windows Server 2012 DataCenter
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Windows Server DataCenter 2012 ist die Erweiterung zu Windows Server 2012 Standard und ideal für Unternehmen jeglicher Größe, die einen Fokus auf Virtualisierung und eine Hybrid-Cloud-Umgebung setzen. Ihr Serverbetrieb wird durch zahlreiche Funktionen und Programme optimiert und in seiner Leistung verstärkt. Die neue Bedienoberfläche sorgt dabei für eine intuitive Handhabung. Einfache Bedienung und schnelle Performance Die Entwickler von Windows Server DataCenter 2012 stellen Ihnen ein stabiles Betriebssystem zur Seite, das sich auf Virtualisierungen konzentriert. Das Paket beinhaltet unter anderem die vollständige, aktuelle Virtualisierungsplattform Hyper-V sowie den Installationsassistenten Active Directory Administrative Center, welcher die Active Directory Domain Services ersetzt. In Windows Server DataCenter 2012 erfahren die Passwort-Richtlinien des Active Directory eine Vereinfachung und ReFS ergänzt das Dateisystem NTFS. Dieses neue Dateisystem richtet sich besonders an Unternehmen und eignet sich für die Datenspeicherung auf Servern. Durch die moderne Bedienoberfläche aus Windows 8 ist Windows 2012 DataCenter optimale auf Touchscreens zu bedienen. Die integrierte Core-Installation macht es Ihnen jedoch auch möglich Windows Server DataCenter 2012 mit der Windows-Eingabeaufforderung und der PowerShell zu konfigurieren. Der verbesserte Taskmanager hilft Ihnen nun zielgerichteter bei der Suche nach Applikationen. Zudem sorgt er für eine bessere Leistung, weil inaktive Prozesse angehalten werden und aktive Anwendungen in Kategorien zusammengefasst werden. Viele Funktionen in der Erweiterung Neben den Funktionen aus der Standard-Version beinhaltet Windows 2012 DataCenter weitere Programme, die Ihre Serververwaltung unterstützen. Dazu gehört die Private Cloud und Public Cloud, mit denen Sie flexibel und standortunabhängig auf Daten zugreifen können. Diverse Automatisierungsprozesse sorgen für ein effizienteres Arbeiten, wie etwa die IIS 8.0, das zur Verwaltung von Extended-Validation-Zertifikaten dient. Unterstützt werden diese Funktionen durch das neue PowerShell 3.0 zur Systemeinstellungsverwaltung, Microsoft Windows Azure für die Serversicherung auf Azure Cloud und den verbesserten Zugriff auf Datenfreigaben mittels SMB 3.0. Serversicherheit im Zentrum von Windows Server 2012 DataCenter Programme wie DirectAccess und Hyper-V sind in Microsofts Windows Server 2012 DataCenter auf den neusten Stand gebracht worden, wodurch Ihnen bei der Virtualisierungsplattform Hyper-V mehr Leistung zur Verfügung steht. Die neue DirectAccess-Version gibt Ihrem Server die Möglichkeit, IPv6-Überbrückungstechnologien zu nutzen. Den Entwicklern von Windows 2012 DataCenter war der Bereich Sicherheit besonders wichtig: Deshalb verfügt das Serverbetriebssystem über diverse Funktionen, die sich um die Datenverwaltung und den Datenzugriff kümmern. Die Dynamic Access Control (dynamische Zugriffssteuerung) regelt Datenzugriffe über Metadaten, während parallel die Active-Directory-Sicherheitslinien arbeiten. Mit dieser Funktion in Windows 2012 DataCenter wird verhindert, dass unberechtigte Zugriffe bei einem Datentransfer zwischen zwei Verzeichnissen stattfinden. Effizientes Arbeiten mit zwei Prozessoren Die Version Windows Server DataCenter 2012 kann auf bis zu zwei physische Prozessoren des Servers ausgeführt werden, auf dem die Softwarte installiert ist. Im Vergleich zur Standard-Version hat sie eine unbegrenzte Anzahl an virtuellen Windows-Server-Instanzen. Damit ist Ihr Unternehmen hervorragend ausgestattet, um virtuelle Umgebungen zu schaffen und effizient zu arbeiten. Versandart Beim Kauf entscheiden Sie selbst, ob Sie das Produkt sofort downloaden oder lieber bequem per USB-Stick nach Hause geschickt bekommen wollen. Klicken Sie einfach in der Auswahl die bevorzugte Variante an und legen Sie das Produkt in den Warenkorb.

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PowerShell for Sysadmins
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Learn to use PowerShell, Microsoft's scripting language, to automate real-world tasks that IT professionals and system administrators deal with every day. Save Time. Automate. PowerShell® is both a scripting language and an administrative shell that lets you control and automate nearly every aspect of IT. In PowerShell for Sysadmins, five-time Microsoft® MVP "Adam the Automator" Bertram shows you how to use PowerShell to manage and automate your desktop and server environments so that you can head out for an early lunch. You'll learn how to: - Combine commands, control flow, handle errors, write scripts, run scripts remotely, and test scripts with the PowerShell testing framework, Pester - Parse structured data like XML and JSON, work with common domains (like Active Directory, Azure, and Amazon Web Services), and create a real-world server inventory script - Design and build a PowerShell module to demonstrate PowerShell isn't just about ad-hoc scripts - Use PowerShell to create a hands-off, completely automated Windows deployment - Build an entire Active Directory forest from nothing but a Hyper-V host and a few ISO files - Create endless Web and SQL servers with just a few lines of code! Real-world examples throughout help bridge the gap between theory and actual system, and the author's anecdotes keep things lively. Stop with the expensive software and fancy consultants. Learn how to manage your own environment with PowerShell for Sysadmins and make everyone happy. Covers Windows PowerShell v5.1

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Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Essentials
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Windows Server 2019 Essentials - die perfekte Lösung für kleine Unternehmen Mit der Essentials Variante bieten Microsoft ihren Windows Server auch in der 2019-Edition wieder speziell auf die Bedürfnisse von vor allem kleinen, aber auch mittelständischen Unternehmen ausgerichtet an. Die kostengünstige Lösung des Windows Servers, die früher den Namen "Small Business Server" trug, unterstützt Umgebungen mit bis zu 25 Anwendern oder 50 Geräten. Hier können Sie die Software mitsamt notwendiger Lizenzen günstig kaufen und sich sofort liefern lassen! Lizenzierung von Windows Server 2019 Essentials auf kleine Unternehmen ausgerichtet Anders als bei den zwei größeren Geschwistern "Standard" und "Datacenter" wird die Windows Server 2019 Essentials Version nicht doppelt lizenziert. Sie ist folglich nicht core-basiert, sondern wird stattdessen server-basiert registriert. Deshalb darf jedes Unternehmen auch nur einen einzigen Essentials Server verwenden, zudem muss dieser Servers zugleich der Domain Controller sein. CALs werden im Zuge dessen nicht benötigt, es reicht also die server-basierte Lizenzierung, welche ein Limit von 25 Anwendern und 50 Geräten mit bringt. Der Domain Controller sorgt sich zugleich automatisch dafür, dass diese Limitierung nicht verletzt wird. Damit richtet sich Windows Server 2019 Essentials speziell vor allem an kleine Unternehmen und Organisationen, bei denen diese Limitierung auch ohne Einschränkungen nicht erreicht beziehungsweise überschritten wird. Wie stellt sich diese Limitierung bei Essentials in der Praxis dar? Es dürfen maximal 25 Anwender auf den Essentials Server zugreifen. Dabei handelt es sich um "named" User, die bei den anderen Editionen also eine User CAL benötigen würden, so beispielsweise fest Angestellte im Unternehmen oder feste Freiberufler, die ebenfalls Zugriff benötigen. Andersherum lässt es sich auch so ausdrücken: Wer Windows Server 2019 Essentials einsetzt, hat im Unternehmen normalerweise weniger als 25 Mitarbeiter. Zu berücksichtigen ist, dass die Marke von 50 Geräten nicht überschritten werden darf. Bei einem gleichmäßigen Auslotsen der Limitierung würde das bedeuten, dass jeder Mitarbeiter beispielsweise am Arbeitsplatz und noch an einem Firmenlaptop oder Smartphone Zugriff erhält. Verwenden Mitarbeiter drei Geräte, würde die Limitierung bereits überschritten werden, dann müssen andere Mitarbeiter auf Zweitgeräte verzichten. Viele Neuheiten in der Windows Server 2019 Essentials Version Mit Essentials wird unter anderem maßgeblich auf mehreren Ebenen das Zusammenspiel zur Cloud-Lösung Microsoft Azure verbessert, außerdem existiert fortan eine verbesserte Container-Unterstützung. Sicherheitsmaßstäbe und -funktionen wurden ebenfalls intensiv verbessert, zugleich drehte Microsoft noch einmal kräftig an der Performance, um auf die neuen Hardwaremaßstäbe seit der Veröffentlichung der 2016-Version zu reagieren. Bestellen Sie Ihre Version von Windows Server 2019 Essentials noch heute günstig bei Lizenzfuchs!

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VBScript, WMI, and ADSI Unleashed
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Don Jones brings experience from years of conferences, classes, online training, and ScriptingAnswers.com posts to make learning VBScript, WMI, and ADSI easier than ever. All-new sample scripts throughout the book are accompanied by Don's signature line-by-line explanations. New, expanded explanations target difficult-to-understand techniques and challenging technologies to make them more accessible. You'll also learn about scripting security, debugging techniques, script troubleshooting, HTML applications (HTAs), and more. If you want to become a more effective and efficient Windows administrator by learning to automate key administrative tasks, this is the book that will show you how. Product Description If you're a Windows administrator, scripting expertise can liberate you from boring, repetitive work-so you can take on the sophisticated, high-value projects you really want. Top scripting guru Don Jones has written the definitive administrator's guide to getting results with Microsoft's key scripting technologies: VBScript, WMI, and ADSI. Jones draws on his unsurpassed experience training Windows administrators in conferences, classes, and from his enormously popular site, ScriptingAnswers.com. You'll learn how to use VBScript, WMI, and ADSI to gain administrative control over nearly every aspect of every recent Windows server or client, including Windows Server 2003, Vista, XP, 2000, and NT. As you gain experience, Jones introduces more advanced techniques, ranging from modular scripting and script encryption to integrating VBScript with HTML code. Jones concludes with a full section of ready-to-run, real-world examples-from logon/logoff scripts to automated domain and network administration, from querying WMI to creating Active Directory groups. Every script is explained line-by-line, with challenging techniques described in even greater detail. Detailed information on how to. Decide what you can script: a framework for getting started fast Understand how scripts are designed, assembled, and run Master VBScript from start to finish: functions, I/O, data manipulation, program flow, and much more Use scripting objects for tasks ranging from retrieving network information to mapping drives Utilize FileSystemObject to manipulate the Windows filesystem Write ADSI scripts to manipulate any directory service your company uses, from Active Directory to Novell NDS Modify domain information, users, groups, and policies Query WMI information-from basic to advanced Plan for errors, and test and debug your scripts Build your own "resource kit" of reusable script components ON THE WEB: Download all examples and source code presented in this book from ScriptingAnswers.com, where you'll also be able to post follow-up questions directly to the author in a moderated, active community. Introduction 1 Part I: Introduction to Windows Administrative Scripting 11 Chapter 1: Scripting Concepts and Terminology 13 Chapter 2: Running Scripts 21 Chapter 3: The Components of a Script 39 Chapter 4: Designing a Script 55 Part II: VBScript Tutorial 73 Chapter 5: Functions, Objects, Variables, and More 75 Chapter 6: Input and Output 101 Chapter 7: Manipulating Numbers 115 Chapter 8: Manipulating Strings 129 Chapter 9: Manipulating Other Types of Data 145 Chapter 10: Controlling the Flow of Execution 155 Chapter 11: Built-In Scripting Objects 173 Chapter 12: Working with the File System 193 Chapter 13: Putting It All Together: Creating Your First Script from Scratch 219 Part III: Windows Management Instrumentation and Active Directory Services Interface 245 Chapter 14: Working with ADSI Providers 247 Chapter 15: Manipulating Domains 257 Chapter 16: Manipulating Users and Groups 271 Chapter 17: Understanding WMI 283 Chapter 18: Querying Basic WMI Information 299 Chapter 19: Querying Complex WMI Information 317 Chapter 20: Putting It All Together: Your First WMI/ADSI Script 335 Chapter 21: Testing and Debugging WMI and ADSI Queries 357 Part IV: Advanced Scripting Techniques 371 Chapter 22: Modular Script Programming 373 Chapter 23: Scripts Packaging and Protection 389 Chapter 24: Scripting Security 399 Chapter 25: Introduction to HTML Applications 409 Chapter 26: Debugging Tips, Tools, and Techniques 421 Part V: Ready-to-Run Examples 437 Chapter 27: Logon and Logoff Scripts 439 Chapter 28: Windows and Domain Administration Scripts 455 Chapter 29: Network Administration Scripts 481 Chapter 30: WMI and ADSI Scripts 497 Appendix 509 Index 523 . Backcover If you're a Windows administrator, scripting expertise can liberate you from boring, repetitive work-so you can take on the sophisticated, high-value projects you really want. Top scripting guru Don Jones has written the definitive administrator's guide to getting results with Microsoft's key scripting technologies: VBScript, WMI, and ADSI. Jones draws on his unsurpassed experience training Windows administrators in conferences, classes, and from his enormously popular site, ScriptingAnswers.com. You'll learn how to use VBScript, WMI, and ADSI to gain administrative control over nearly every aspect of every recent Windows server or client, including Windows Server 2003, Vista, XP, 2000, and NT. As you gain experience, Jones introduces more advanced techniques, ranging from modular scripting and script encryption to integrating VBScript with HTML code. Jones concludes with a full section of ready-to-run, real-world examples-from logon/logoff scripts to automated domain and network administration, from querying WMI to creating Active Directory groups. Every script is explained line-by-line, with challenging techniques described in even greater detail. Detailed information on how to. Decide what you can script: a framework for getting started fast Understand how scripts are designed, assembled, and run Master VBScript from start to finish: functions, I/O, data manipulation, program flow, and much more Use scripting objects for tasks ranging from retrieving network information to mapping drives Utilize FileSystemObject to manipulate the Windows filesystem Write ADSI scripts to manipulate any directory service your company uses, from Active Directory to Novell NDS Modify domain information, users, groups, and policies Query WMI information-from basic to advanced Plan for errors, and test and debug your scripts Build your own "resource kit" of reusable script components ON THE WEB: Download all examples and source code presented in this book from ScriptingAnswers.com, where you'll also be able to post follow-up questions directly to the author in a moderated, active community. Introduction 1 Part I: Introduction to Windows Administrative Scripting 11 Chapter 1: Scripting Concepts and Terminology 13 Chapter 2: Running Scripts 21 Chapter 3: The Components of a Script 39 Chapter 4: Designing a Script 55 Part II: VBScript Tutorial 73 Chapter 5: Functions, Objects, Variables, and More 75 Chapter 6: Input and Output 101 Chapter 7: Manipulating Numbers 115 Chapter 8: Manipulating Strings 129 Chapter 9: Manipulating Other Types of Data 145 Chapter 10: Controlling the Flow of Execution 155 Chapter 11: Built-In Scripting Objects 173 Chapter 12: Working with the File System 193 Chapter 13: Putting It All Together: Creating Your First Script from Scratch 219 Part III: Windows Management Instrumentation and Active Directory Services Interface 245 Chapter 14: Working with ADSI Providers 247 Chapter 15: Manipulating Domains 257 Chapter 16: Manipulating Users and Groups 271 Chapter 17: Understanding WMI 283 Chapter 18: Querying Basic WMI Information 299 Chapter 19: Querying Complex WMI Information 317 Chapter 20: Putting It All Together: Your First WMI/ADSI Script 335 Chapter 21: Testing and Debugging WMI and ADSI Queries 357 Part IV: Advanced Scripting Techniques 371 Chapter 22: Modular Script Programming 373 Chapter 23: Scripts Packaging and Protection 389 Chapter 24: Scripting Security 399 Chapter 25: Introduction to HTML Applications 409 Chapter 26: Debugging Tips, Tools, and Techniques 421 Part V: Ready-to-Run Examples 437 Chapter 27: Logon and Logoff Scripts 439 Chapter 28: Windows and Domain Administration Scripts 455 Chapter 29: Network Administration Scripts 481 Chapter 30: WMI and ADSI Scripts 497 Appendix 509 Index 523 . Introduction 1 Part I: Introduction to Windows Administrative Scripting 11 Chapter 1: Scripting Concepts and Terminology 13 Chapter 2: Running Scripts 21 Chapter 3: The Components of a Script 39 Chapter 4: Designing a Script 55 Part II: VBScript Tutorial 73 Chapter 5: Functions, Objects, Variables, and More 75 Chapter 6: Input and Output 101 Chapter 7: Manipulating Numbers 115 Chapter 8: Manipulating Strings 129 Chapter 9: Manipulating Other Types of Data 145 Chapter 10: Controlling the Flow of Execution 155 Chapter 11: Built-In Scripting Objects 173 Chapter 12: Working with the File System 193 Chapter 13: Putting It All Together: Creating Your First Script from Scratch 219 Part III: Windows Management Instrumentation and Active Directory Services Interface 245 Chapter 14: Working with ADSI Providers 247 Chapter 15: Manipulating Domains 257 Chapter 16: Manipulating Users and Groups 271 Chapter 17: Understanding WMI 283 Chapter 18: Querying Basic WMI Information 299 Chapter 19: Querying Complex WMI Information 317 Chapter 20: Putting It All Together: Your First WMI/ADSI Script 335 Chapter 21: Testing and Debugging WMI and ADSI Queries 357 Part IV: Advanced Scripting Techniques 371 Chapter 22: Modular Script Programming 373 Chapter 23: Scripts Packaging and Protection 389 Chapter 24: Scripting Security 399 Chapter 25: Introduction to HTML Applications 409 Chapter 26: Debugging Tips, Tools, and Techniques 421 Part V: Ready-to-Run Examples 437 Chapter 27: Logon and Logoff Scripts 439 Chapter 28: Windows and Domain Administration Scripts 455 Chapter 29: Network Administration Scripts 481 Chapter 30: WMI and ADSI Scripts 497 Appendix 509 Index 523If you're a Windows administrator, scripting expertise can liberate you from boring, repetitive work-so you can take on the sophisticated, high-value projects you really want. Top scripting guru Don Jones has written the definitive administrator's guide to getting results with Microsoft's key scripting technologies: VBScript, WMI, and ADSI. Jones draws on his unsurpassed experience training Windows administrators in conferences, classes, and from his enormously popular site, ScriptingAnswers.com. You'll learn how to use VBScript, WMI, and ADSI to gain administrative control over nearly every aspect of every recent Windows server or client, including Windows Server 2003, Vista, XP, 2000, and NT. As you gain experience, Jones introduces more advanced techniques, ranging from modular scripting and script encryption to integrating VBScript with HTML code. Jones concludes with a full section of ready-to-run, real-world examples-from logon/logoff scripts to automated domain and network administration, from querying WMI to creating Active Directory groups. Every script is explained line-by-line, with challenging techniques described in even greater detail. Detailed information on how to... Decide what you can script: a framework for getting started fast Understand how scripts are designed, assembled, and run Master VBScript from start to finish: functions, I/O, data manipulation, program flow, and much more Use scripting objects for tasks ranging from retrieving network information to mapping drives Utilize FileSystemObject to manipulate the Windows filesystem Write ADSI scripts to manipulate any directory service your company uses, from Active Directory to Novell NDS Modify domain information, users, groups, and policies Query WMI information-from basic to advanced Plan for errors, and test and debug your scripts Build your own "resource kit" of reusable script components ON THE WEB: Download all examples and source code presented in this book from ScriptingAnswers.com, where you'll also be able to post follow-up questions directly to the author in a moderated, active community. Introduction 1 Part I: Introduction to Windows Administrative Scripting 11 Chapter 1: Scripting Concepts and Terminology 13 Chapter 2: Running Scripts 21 Chapter 3: The Components of a Script 39 Chapter 4: Designing a Script 55 Part II: VBScript Tutorial 73 Chapter 5: Functions, Objects, Variables, and More 75 Chapter 6: Input and Output 101 Chapter 7: Manipulating Numbers 115 Chapter 8: Manipulating Strings 129 Chapter 9: Manipulating Other Types of Data 145 Chapter 10: Controlling the Flow of Execution 155 Chapter 11: Built-In Scripting Objects 173 Chapter 12: Working with the File System 193 Chapter 13: Putting It All Together: Creating Your First Script from Scratch 219 Part III: Windows Management Instrumentation and Active Directory Services Interface 245 Chapter 14: Working with ADSI Providers 247 Chapter 15: Manipulating Domains 257 Chapter 16: Manipulating Users and Groups 271 Chapter 17: Understanding WMI 283 Chapter 18: Querying Basic WMI Information 299 Chapter 19: Querying Complex WMI Information 317 Chapter 20: Putting It All Together: Your First WMI/ADSI Script 335 Chapter 21: Testing and Debugging WMI and ADSI Queries 357 Part IV: Advanced Scripting Techniques 371 Chapter 22: Modular Script Programming 373 Chapter 23: Scripts Packaging and Protection 389 Chapter 24: Scripting Security 399 Chapter 25: Introduction to HTML Applications 409 Chapter 26: Debug

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Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate
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Mit dem leistungsstarken Betriebssystem Windows 7 Ultimate bietet Ihnen Microsoft die effektivste und umfangreichste Version der Windows 7 Reihe an. Kleine Unternehmen und anspruchsvolle Anwender erhalten hier eine für Ihre Zwecke geeignete Unterstützung zur besseren Performance. Das Gesamtpaket besteht neben den Grundprogrammen aus diversen neuen Funktionen für den professionellen Bereich. Schnell, effizient, übersichtlich Windows 7 Ultimate zeigt generelle optische Verbesserungen wie die Entfernung der Sidebar aus der Vorgängerversion Windows Vista. Dadurch haben Sie nun die Möglichkeit, Widgets beliebig auf dem Desktop zu platzieren. Sie haben die wichtigen Programme und Applikationen schnell zur Verfügung und bewegen sich in einem von Ihnen gestalteten Arbeitsumfeld. Hinzu kommt, dass altbewährte Programme wie Paint und WordPad mit einer Ribbon-Menüleiste versehen wurden, was den Überblick weiter verbessert. Microsoft hat Win 7 Ultimate auf systemtechnischer Ebene optimiert. Dazu gehört etwa die verbesserte Verwaltung externer Geräte oder die Einführung von DirectX 11. Damit verfügen Sie über ein leistungsstarkes System, das auch mit aufwendigen Grafikprozessen zurechtkommt. Windows 7 Ultimate verfügt zudem über alternative Eingabegeräte wie Tablets mit den dazugehörigen Features. Dazu zählt beispielsweise der Multi-Touch. Der Optimierungsprozess wird außerdem dadurch verbessert, dass die Systemanforderungen von Win 7 Ultimate im Vergleich zu Windows Vista niedriger ausfallen. Neue Features unterstützen Ihren Arbeitsprozess Microsoft hat in Windows 7 Ultimate zahlreiche Feature und Programme integriert, die Ihre Arbeit am Computer künftig ideal unterstützen. Dazu gehören die Device Stages, mit denen Sie externe Geräte effizienter verwalten. Außerdem helfen Ihnen die Bibliotheken dabei, wichtige Dokumente und Ordner übersichtlich im Explorer zu erfassen. Mit Hilfe der Sprunglisten gelingt Ihnen fortan auch, schnell auf Daten und Programme zuzugreifen. Der sogenannte Problem Steps Recorder in Win 7 Ultimate gibt Ihnen einen detaillierten Überblick über auftretende Probleme. Unterstützt wird das Betriebssystem durch das neue Sicherheitscenter, in dem Firewall und Virenscanner überwacht werden. Sicherheit wird groß geschrieben Auch in Belangen Sicherheit hat Microsoft gearbeitet: In Windows 7 Ultimate gibt es nun standardmäßig biometrische Authentifizierungen, mit deren Hilfe Sie sich per Fingerabdruck in Ihrem Profil anmelden können. Zusätzlich haben Sie die Möglichkeit, Rechteerhöhungen an bestimmte Nutzer zu erteilen. Darüber hinaus arbeitet Win 7 Ultimate mit einer Whitelist für Systemprogramme, bei der dann keine weitere Bestätigung bei der Ausführung gefordert wird. Mit Hilfe der Blacklist dagegen behalten Sie den Überblick über kritische Programme, die dann bei Benutzung gesondert behandelt werden. Zur weiteren Optimierung des Arbeitsflusses haben die Entwickler in Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate diverse Features entfernt und gegen neue, nutzvollere ausgetauscht. Darunter fallen zum Beispiel die Unterstützung von Windows Server Domains und der XP-Modus, in dem Sie ältere Programme verwenden können. Exklusiv bietet Win 7 Ultimate die Funktion, dass Sie das Festplattenverschlüsselungsprogramm Bitlocker nutzen können, sowie virtuelle Festplatten im VHD-Format zu starten. Versandart Beim Kauf entscheiden Sie selbst, ob Sie das Produkt sofort downloaden oder lieber bequem per USB-Stick nach Hause geschickt bekommen wollen. Klicken Sie einfach in der Auswahl die bevorzugte Variante an und legen Sie das Produkt in den Warenkorb.

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VBScript, WMI, and ADSI Unleashed
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Don Jones brings experience from years of conferences, classes, online training, and ScriptingAnswers.com posts to make learning VBScript, WMI, and ADSI easier than ever. All-new sample scripts throughout the book are accompanied by Don's signature line-by-line explanations. New, expanded explanations target difficult-to-understand techniques and challenging technologies to make them more accessible. You'll also learn about scripting security, debugging techniques, script troubleshooting, HTML applications (HTAs), and more. If you want to become a more effective and efficient Windows administrator by learning to automate key administrative tasks, this is the book that will show you how. Product Description If you're a Windows administrator, scripting expertise can liberate you from boring, repetitive work-so you can take on the sophisticated, high-value projects you really want. Top scripting guru Don Jones has written the definitive administrator's guide to getting results with Microsoft's key scripting technologies: VBScript, WMI, and ADSI. Jones draws on his unsurpassed experience training Windows administrators in conferences, classes, and from his enormously popular site, ScriptingAnswers.com. You'll learn how to use VBScript, WMI, and ADSI to gain administrative control over nearly every aspect of every recent Windows server or client, including Windows Server 2003, Vista, XP, 2000, and NT. As you gain experience, Jones introduces more advanced techniques, ranging from modular scripting and script encryption to integrating VBScript with HTML code. Jones concludes with a full section of ready-to-run, real-world examples-from logon/logoff scripts to automated domain and network administration, from querying WMI to creating Active Directory groups. Every script is explained line-by-line, with challenging techniques described in even greater detail. Detailed information on how to. Decide what you can script: a framework for getting started fast Understand how scripts are designed, assembled, and run Master VBScript from start to finish: functions, I/O, data manipulation, program flow, and much more Use scripting objects for tasks ranging from retrieving network information to mapping drives Utilize FileSystemObject to manipulate the Windows filesystem Write ADSI scripts to manipulate any directory service your company uses, from Active Directory to Novell NDS Modify domain information, users, groups, and policies Query WMI information-from basic to advanced Plan for errors, and test and debug your scripts Build your own "resource kit" of reusable script components ON THE WEB: Download all examples and source code presented in this book from ScriptingAnswers.com, where you'll also be able to post follow-up questions directly to the author in a moderated, active community. Introduction 1 Part I: Introduction to Windows Administrative Scripting 11 Chapter 1: Scripting Concepts and Terminology 13 Chapter 2: Running Scripts 21 Chapter 3: The Components of a Script 39 Chapter 4: Designing a Script 55 Part II: VBScript Tutorial 73 Chapter 5: Functions, Objects, Variables, and More 75 Chapter 6: Input and Output 101 Chapter 7: Manipulating Numbers 115 Chapter 8: Manipulating Strings 129 Chapter 9: Manipulating Other Types of Data 145 Chapter 10: Controlling the Flow of Execution 155 Chapter 11: Built-In Scripting Objects 173 Chapter 12: Working with the File System 193 Chapter 13: Putting It All Together: Creating Your First Script from Scratch 219 Part III: Windows Management Instrumentation and Active Directory Services Interface 245 Chapter 14: Working with ADSI Providers 247 Chapter 15: Manipulating Domains 257 Chapter 16: Manipulating Users and Groups 271 Chapter 17: Understanding WMI 283 Chapter 18: Querying Basic WMI Information 299 Chapter 19: Querying Complex WMI Information 317 Chapter 20: Putting It All Together: Your First WMI/ADSI Script 335 Chapter 21: Testing and Debugging WMI and ADSI Queries 357 Part IV: Advanced Scripting Techniques 371 Chapter 22: Modular Script Programming 373 Chapter 23: Scripts Packaging and Protection 389 Chapter 24: Scripting Security 399 Chapter 25: Introduction to HTML Applications 409 Chapter 26: Debugging Tips, Tools, and Techniques 421 Part V: Ready-to-Run Examples 437 Chapter 27: Logon and Logoff Scripts 439 Chapter 28: Windows and Domain Administration Scripts 455 Chapter 29: Network Administration Scripts 481 Chapter 30: WMI and ADSI Scripts 497 Appendix 509 Index 523 . Backcover If you're a Windows administrator, scripting expertise can liberate you from boring, repetitive work-so you can take on the sophisticated, high-value projects you really want. Top scripting guru Don Jones has written the definitive administrator's guide to getting results with Microsoft's key scripting technologies: VBScript, WMI, and ADSI. Jones draws on his unsurpassed experience training Windows administrators in conferences, classes, and from his enormously popular site, ScriptingAnswers.com. You'll learn how to use VBScript, WMI, and ADSI to gain administrative control over nearly every aspect of every recent Windows server or client, including Windows Server 2003, Vista, XP, 2000, and NT. As you gain experience, Jones introduces more advanced techniques, ranging from modular scripting and script encryption to integrating VBScript with HTML code. Jones concludes with a full section of ready-to-run, real-world examples-from logon/logoff scripts to automated domain and network administration, from querying WMI to creating Active Directory groups. Every script is explained line-by-line, with challenging techniques described in even greater detail. Detailed information on how to. Decide what you can script: a framework for getting started fast Understand how scripts are designed, assembled, and run Master VBScript from start to finish: functions, I/O, data manipulation, program flow, and much more Use scripting objects for tasks ranging from retrieving network information to mapping drives Utilize FileSystemObject to manipulate the Windows filesystem Write ADSI scripts to manipulate any directory service your company uses, from Active Directory to Novell NDS Modify domain information, users, groups, and policies Query WMI information-from basic to advanced Plan for errors, and test and debug your scripts Build your own "resource kit" of reusable script components ON THE WEB: Download all examples and source code presented in this book from ScriptingAnswers.com, where you'll also be able to post follow-up questions directly to the author in a moderated, active community. Introduction 1 Part I: Introduction to Windows Administrative Scripting 11 Chapter 1: Scripting Concepts and Terminology 13 Chapter 2: Running Scripts 21 Chapter 3: The Components of a Script 39 Chapter 4: Designing a Script 55 Part II: VBScript Tutorial 73 Chapter 5: Functions, Objects, Variables, and More 75 Chapter 6: Input and Output 101 Chapter 7: Manipulating Numbers 115 Chapter 8: Manipulating Strings 129 Chapter 9: Manipulating Other Types of Data 145 Chapter 10: Controlling the Flow of Execution 155 Chapter 11: Built-In Scripting Objects 173 Chapter 12: Working with the File System 193 Chapter 13: Putting It All Together: Creating Your First Script from Scratch 219 Part III: Windows Management Instrumentation and Active Directory Services Interface 245 Chapter 14: Working with ADSI Providers 247 Chapter 15: Manipulating Domains 257 Chapter 16: Manipulating Users and Groups 271 Chapter 17: Understanding WMI 283 Chapter 18: Querying Basic WMI Information 299 Chapter 19: Querying Complex WMI Information 317 Chapter 20: Putting It All Together: Your First WMI/ADSI Script 335 Chapter 21: Testing and Debugging WMI and ADSI Queries 357 Part IV: Advanced Scripting Techniques 371 Chapter 22: Modular Script Programming 373 Chapter 23: Scripts Packaging and Protection 389 Chapter 24: Scripting Security 399 Chapter 25: Introduction to HTML Applications 409 Chapter 26: Debugging Tips, Tools, and Techniques 421 Part V: Ready-to-Run Examples 437 Chapter 27: Logon and Logoff Scripts 439 Chapter 28: Windows and Domain Administration Scripts 455 Chapter 29: Network Administration Scripts 481 Chapter 30: WMI and ADSI Scripts 497 Appendix 509 Index 523 . Introduction 1 Part I: Introduction to Windows Administrative Scripting 11 Chapter 1: Scripting Concepts and Terminology 13 Chapter 2: Running Scripts 21 Chapter 3: The Components of a Script 39 Chapter 4: Designing a Script 55 Part II: VBScript Tutorial 73 Chapter 5: Functions, Objects, Variables, and More 75 Chapter 6: Input and Output 101 Chapter 7: Manipulating Numbers 115 Chapter 8: Manipulating Strings 129 Chapter 9: Manipulating Other Types of Data 145 Chapter 10: Controlling the Flow of Execution 155 Chapter 11: Built-In Scripting Objects 173 Chapter 12: Working with the File System 193 Chapter 13: Putting It All Together: Creating Your First Script from Scratch 219 Part III: Windows Management Instrumentation and Active Directory Services Interface 245 Chapter 14: Working with ADSI Providers 247 Chapter 15: Manipulating Domains 257 Chapter 16: Manipulating Users and Groups 271 Chapter 17: Understanding WMI 283 Chapter 18: Querying Basic WMI Information 299 Chapter 19: Querying Complex WMI Information 317 Chapter 20: Putting It All Together: Your First WMI/ADSI Script 335 Chapter 21: Testing and Debugging WMI and ADSI Queries 357 Part IV: Advanced Scripting Techniques 371 Chapter 22: Modular Script Programming 373 Chapter 23: Scripts Packaging and Protection 389 Chapter 24: Scripting Security 399 Chapter 25: Introduction to HTML Applications 409 Chapter 26: Debugging Tips, Tools, and Techniques 421 Part V: Ready-to-Run Examples 437 Chapter 27: Logon and Logoff Scripts 439 Chapter 28: Windows and Domain Administration Scripts 455 Chapter 29: Network Administration Scripts 481 Chapter 30: WMI and ADSI Scripts 497 Appendix 509 Index 523If you're a Windows administrator, scripting expertise can liberate you from boring, repetitive work-so you can take on the sophisticated, high-value projects you really want. Top scripting guru Don Jones has written the definitive administrator's guide to getting results with Microsoft's key scripting technologies: VBScript, WMI, and ADSI. Jones draws on his unsurpassed experience training Windows administrators in conferences, classes, and from his enormously popular site, ScriptingAnswers.com. You'll learn how to use VBScript, WMI, and ADSI to gain administrative control over nearly every aspect of every recent Windows server or client, including Windows Server 2003, Vista, XP, 2000, and NT. As you gain experience, Jones introduces more advanced techniques, ranging from modular scripting and script encryption to integrating VBScript with HTML code. Jones concludes with a full section of ready-to-run, real-world examples-from logon/logoff scripts to automated domain and network administration, from querying WMI to creating Active Directory groups. Every script is explained line-by-line, with challenging techniques described in even greater detail. Detailed information on how to... Decide what you can script: a framework for getting started fast Understand how scripts are designed, assembled, and run Master VBScript from start to finish: functions, I/O, data manipulation, program flow, and much more Use scripting objects for tasks ranging from retrieving network information to mapping drives Utilize FileSystemObject to manipulate the Windows filesystem Write ADSI scripts to manipulate any directory service your company uses, from Active Directory to Novell NDS Modify domain information, users, groups, and policies Query WMI information-from basic to advanced Plan for errors, and test and debug your scripts Build your own "resource kit" of reusable script components ON THE WEB: Download all examples and source code presented in this book from ScriptingAnswers.com, where you'll also be able to post follow-up questions directly to the author in a moderated, active community. Introduction 1 Part I: Introduction to Windows Administrative Scripting 11 Chapter 1: Scripting Concepts and Terminology 13 Chapter 2: Running Scripts 21 Chapter 3: The Components of a Script 39 Chapter 4: Designing a Script 55 Part II: VBScript Tutorial 73 Chapter 5: Functions, Objects, Variables, and More 75 Chapter 6: Input and Output 101 Chapter 7: Manipulating Numbers 115 Chapter 8: Manipulating Strings 129 Chapter 9: Manipulating Other Types of Data 145 Chapter 10: Controlling the Flow of Execution 155 Chapter 11: Built-In Scripting Objects 173 Chapter 12: Working with the File System 193 Chapter 13: Putting It All Together: Creating Your First Script from Scratch 219 Part III: Windows Management Instrumentation and Active Directory Services Interface 245 Chapter 14: Working with ADSI Providers 247 Chapter 15: Manipulating Domains 257 Chapter 16: Manipulating Users and Groups 271 Chapter 17: Understanding WMI 283 Chapter 18: Querying Basic WMI Information 299 Chapter 19: Querying Complex WMI Information 317 Chapter 20: Putting It All Together: Your First WMI/ADSI Script 335 Chapter 21: Testing and Debugging WMI and ADSI Queries 357 Part IV: Advanced Scripting Techniques 371 Chapter 22: Modular Script Programming 373 Chapter 23: Scripts Packaging and Protection 389 Chapter 24: Scripting Security 399 Chapter 25: Introduction to HTML Applications 409 Chapter 26: Debug

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Desktop Grid Computing for Commercial Simulatio...
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Collaborative research has facilitated the development of distributed systems that provide users non-trivial access to geographically dispersed resources that are administered in multiple computer domains. The term grid computing is popularly used to refer to such distributed systems. Scientific simulations have traditionally been the primary benefactor of grid computing. The application of this technology to simulation in industry has, however, been negligible. In this book the author investigates the application of grid technology for effective use by simulation practitioners using Windows-based Commercially-available Simulation Packages (CSPs) to model simulations in industry. Towards this end, specific grid computing services and software (grid middleware) are identified and its application demonstrated through use of case studies. With its focus on end-users and end-user tools, it is intended that this book will encourage wider adoption of grid computing in the workplace and that simulation users will derive benefit from using this technology.

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Vehicle Routing Problem (VRP) is widely dealt with in the last four decades. Methodologies were developed for many variants of VRP by different researchers. This work considers six set of variants of the aforesaid problem normally encountered in sustainable supply chain routing (SSCR) context but have not been given attention to hitherto. These variants of the classical VRP are complex and pertaining to six domains of SSCR. Simultaneous pick-up and delivery problem with maximum route length in the context of reverse supply chain, sequenced pick-up and delivery problem with time windows and heterogeneous vehicles in the domain of constrained supply chain, flexible pick-up and delivery problem with time windows and heterogeneous vehicles in the perspective of resilient supply chain, balanced allocation and routing optimization problem in responsive supply chain, inventory level allocation and routing optimization problem in responsive supply chain and multi-criteria allocation and routing optimization problem in distribution and sourcing channel in collaborative supply chain are the new variants proposed in this research.

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Active Directory
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Active Directory is a technology created by Microsoft that provides a variety of network services, including: LDAP-like directory services, Kerberos-based authentication, DNS-based naming and other network information, Central location for network administration and delegation of authority, Information security and single sign-on for user access to networked based resources, The ability to scale up or down easily, Central storage location for application data, Synchronization of directory updates amongst several servers. Using the same database, for use primarily in Windows environments, Active Directory also allows administrators to assign policies, deploy software, and apply critical updates to an organization. Active Directory stores information and settings in a central database. Active Directory networks can vary from a small installation with a few computers, users and printers to tens of thousands of users, many different domains and large server farms spanning many geographical locations. Active Directory was previewed in 1999, released first with Windows 2000 Server edition, and revised to extend functionality and improve administration in Windows Server 2003.

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Nginx (pronounced as "engine X") is a lightweight, high performance web server/reverse proxy and e-mail (IMAP/POP3) proxy, licensed under a BSD-like license. It runs on UNIX, GNU/Linux, BSD variants, Mac OS X, Solaris, and Microsoft Windows. According to Netcraft, 7% of all domains on the internet use nginx.Originally, nginx was developed to fill the needs of various websites run by Rambler, for which it was serving 500 million requests per day as of September 2008.According to the January 2010 Netcraft survey, nginx is now used on 16,249,950 domains, making it the fourth most popular web server, and the third most popular non in-house.The system is used by several very large, well-known sites including WordPress, Hulu, Github, Ohloh, SourceForge and TorrentReactor.

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Mechanics of Microelectronics
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This book is written by leading experts with both profound knowledge and rich practical experience in advanced mechanics and the microelectronics industry essential for current and future development. It aims to provide the cutting edge knowledge and solutions for various mechanical related problems, in a systematic way. It contains important and detailed information about the state-of-the-art theories, methodologies, the way of working and real case studies. The technology trends of Microelectronics and Microsystems are mainly characterized by miniaturization down to the nano-scale, increasing levels of system and function integration, and the introduction of new materials, while the business trends are mainly characterized by cost reduction, shorter-time-to market and outsourcing. Combination of these trends leads to increasing design complexity, dramatically decreasing design margins and process windows, reducing product development and qualification times, increasing risks of failures, and increasing difficulties to meet quality, robustness and reliability requirements. Consequentially, thermo-mechanical related failures, accounting for more than 65% of the total reliability failures, become the bottleneck for both current and future product and technology developments. From a mechanical engineering point of view, Microelectronics and Microsystems are multi-scale in both geometric and time domains, multi-process, multi-functionality, multi-disciplinary, multi-material/interface, multi-damage and multi-failure mode. Their responses in manufacturing, assembling, qualification tests and application conditions are strongly nonlinear and stochastic. Mechanics of Microelectronics is extremely important and challenging, in terms of both industrial applications and academic research. Written by the leading experts with both profound knowledge and rich practical experience in advanced mechanics and microelectronics industry, this book aims to provide the cutting edge knowledge and solutions for various mechanical related problems, in a systematic way. It contains essential and detailed information about the state-of-the-art theories, methodologies, the way of working and real case studies, covering the contents of:The trends in Microelectronics and MicrosystemsReliability engineering and practicesThermal managementAdvanced mechanics Thermo-mechanics of integrated circuits and packagesCharacterization and modelling of moisture behaviourCharacterization and modelling of solder joint reliabilityVirtual thermo-mechanical prototypingChallenges and future perspectives.

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