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Sams Teach Yourself Facebook for Business in 10 Minutes (Sams Teach Yourself in 10 Minutes)
Sams Teach Yourself Facebook for Business in 10 Minutes (Sams Teach Yourself in 10 Minutes)
Publisher : Sams
Published Date : 2011/06
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9780672335556

BookWeb Price : S$ 28.90
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Language : English

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Source: ENG
Academic Descriptors: A93663643 A48500000
Place of Publication: United States
Continuations: Monograph Series,any number
Subject Development: Techniques
Textual Format: Pictorial Treatment
Academic Level: Extracurricular
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Sams Teach Yourself Facebook(R) for Business in 10 Minutes gives you straightforward, practical answers when you need fast results. By working through its 10-minute lessons, you'll learn how to profit from Facebook's powerful new business tools: Facebook Pages, Places, Deals, Ads, and more! Tips point out shortcuts and solutions; Cautions help you avoid common pitfalls; Notes provide additional information. 10 minutes is all you need to learn how to! * Define your Facebook-centric online business strategy * Plan and create your "business-friendly" personal Facebook page * Create a Facebook Page, also known as a "fan page," for your business * Build your Wall with customer-focused status updates * Create more effective Info, Photos, and Discussions tabs * Find and install Apps that can help your business * Claim and edit your Facebook Places page, and get customers to "check in" * Plan, target, write, and design low-cost Facebook Ads that work * Promote your Facebook presence and track its impact * Offer Facebook Deals that attract new customers * Avoid common Facebook business mistakes

Introduction 1 About This Book 3 Who This Book Is For 4 What Do I Need to Use This Book? 5 Conventions Used in This Book 6 Screen Captures 6 1 Introducing Facebook for Business 9 Why Facebook Is So Popular 9 Why Your Business Should Be on Facebook 12 Comparing Personal and Business Facebook Pages 16 Your Personal Facebook Page 16 Examining a Facebook Fan Page for Business 19 Understanding How a Big Business Uses Facebook 22 Summary 23 2 Setting Up a Business-Friendly Profile Page 25 What Makes a Personal Page Business-Friendly? 25 Creating a Business-Only "Personal" Page 27 Signing Up for Facebook 28 Finding Friends 30 Editing Your Profile 31 Changing Privacy Settings 34 Sharing Your Status 39 Summary 42 3 Finding and Installing Apps 43 Choosing Apps for Business and Pleasure 43 Looking for Facebook Apps 45 Summary 52 4 Choosing Your Facebook Business Strategy 53 Leading with Facebook First 53 Examining Facebook Business Features 56 Your Fan Page 56 Your Places Page 58 Facebook Deals 59 Facebook Ads 61 Checking In to a Place 62 Pulling It All Together 66 Summary 69 5 Planning Your Fan Page 71 Anatomy of a Facebook Page 71 Planning Your Fan Page 73 Typical Website Tabs 74 Freeform Pages Using FBML 76 Photos and Video 77 Events, Reviews, and Discussion Boards 81 Summary 83 6 Creating Your Fan Page 85 Checking if Your Business Name Is in Use 85 Why Use a Vanity URL? 86 Just What Name Should You Use? 87 Checking Out Your Candidates 88 Making Your Choice 90 Signing Up for Your Page 91 7 Setting Up Your Business Fan Page 99 Creating Core Settings for Your Business Fan Page 99 Entering Basic Information 100 Adding a Profile Picture 102 Adding and Managing Apps 103 Changing Mobile Settings and Your URL 105 Summary 109 8 Expanding and Promoting Your Fan Page 111 Waiting to Send Out Invitations 111 Building Your Wall through Status Updates 113 Text Status Updates 113 Photos on Your Wall 115 Link Updates 116 Video Updates 117 Updating the Info Tab 118 Managing the Photos Tab 119 Start Discussions 122 Add Links, Notes, Videos, and Events 123 Summary 124 9 Claiming Your Places Page 125 Understanding How Places Fits In 125 Understanding How to Claim Your Place 128 Adding Your Place 130 Editing Your Place 133 Claiming Your Place 134 Combining Places and Pages 137 Summary 139 10 Creating Facebook Deals 141 Understanding the Advantages of Facebook Deals 141 Finding Out If You Can Offer Facebook Deals 145 Thinking Up Deals 146 Creating a Deal 150 Summary 153 11 Planning and Targeting Facebook Ads 155 Budgeting for Your Ad Campaign 155 Avoiding Wastage 158 Creating a Facebook-Friendly Call to Action 160 Designing an Ad 161 Targeting Your Ads 162 Understanding How Facebook Determines a User's Location 164 Focusing on Major Types of Targeting 165 Minor Types of Targeting 167 Summary 168 12 Pricing and Creating Your Ad Campaign 169 Understanding What You Pay 169 Learning Key Advertising Terms 170 Creating an Ad 173 Summary 181 13 Promoting Your Facebook Presence 183 Understanding Why Promotion Is Important 183 Measuring Your Efforts 185 Promoting in the Real World 186 Promoting Online and on Facebook 189 Promoting All Your Facebook Pieces 192 Summary 193 14 Tracking the Performance of Your Facebook Presence 195 Understanding Why Tracking Is Important 195 Understanding Why Facebook Data Is So Accurate 196 Touring the Page Overview in Insights 198 Drilling Down on Insights about Users 203 Daily Active Users Breakdown 204 New Likes 205 Demographics 206 Activity--Page Views and Media Consumption 207 Drilling Down on Interactions 209 Page Posts 209 Page Activity 210 Summary 211 Index 213BD BE BF BG BH BI BJ BM BN BO BR BS BT BW BY BZ CC CD CF CG CH CI CK CL CM CN CO CR CS CU CV CX CY CZ DE DJ DK DM DO DZ EC EE EG EH ER ES ET FI FJ FK FM FO FR GA GD GE GF GH GI GL GM GN GP GQ GR GS GT GU GW GY HK HM HN HR HT HU ID IL IN IO IQ IS IT JM JO JP KE KG KH KI KM KN KP KR KW KY KZ LA LB LC LI LK LR LS LT LU LV LY MA MC MD MG MH MK ML MM MN MO MP MQ MR MS MT MU MV MW MX MY MZ NA NC NE NF NG NI NL NO NP NR NU OM PA PE PF PG PH PK PL PM PN PR PS PT PW PY QA RE RO RU RW SA SB SC SD SE SG SH SI SJ SK SL SM SN SO SR ST SV SY SZ TC TD TF TG TH TJ TK TL TM TN TO TR TT TV TW TZ UA UG UM UY UZ VA VC VE VG VI VN VU WF WS YE YT ZM ZWConversions Cast Expressions The is Operator The as Operator Intermezzo: The Mythical Type Switch The typeof Operator: A Sneak Peek at Reflection Default Value Expression Creating Objects with the new Operator Behind the Scenes of Constructors Object Initializers Collection Initializers Member Access A First Look at Dynamic Typing Invocation Expressions Method Invocation Delegate Invocation Element Access Summary Chapter 7 Simple Control Flow What Are Statements, Anyway? Expression Statements Method Calls Assignments Pre- and Post-Increment/Decrement The Empty Statement Blocks Declarations Selection Statements The if Statement The switch Statement Iteration Statements The while Statement The do...while Statement The for Statement The foreach Statement A Peek at Iterators Loops in the Age of Concurrency The goto Statement The return Statement Summary Chapter 8 Basics of Exceptions and Resource Management Exception Handling Exceptions Are Objects Causes of Exceptions Throwing Exceptions Handling Exceptions The finally Clause Deterministic Resource Cleanup Garbage Collection in a Nutshell Object Disposal The using Statement Implementing IDisposable (In)appropriate Use of IDisposable Locking on Objects Under the Hood The lock Statement Intermezzo: Code Generation for Lock Be Careful with Locks Summary Chapter 9 Introducing Types Types Revisited Classes Versus Structs References Versus Values Heap Versus Stack Boxing The Dangers of Mutable Value Types Type Members Visibility Static Versus Instance Partial Types Summary Chapter 10 Methods Defining Methods Return Type Parameters Value Parameters Reference Parameters Output Parameters Parameter Arrays Optional and Named Parameters Overloading Defining Method Overloads Method Groups Overload Resolution Extension Methods Defining Extension Methods Overload Resolution Using Extension Methods How the Compiler Marks and Finds Extension Methods Partial Methods Extern Methods Refactoring Code Analysis Summary Chapter 11 Fields, Properties, and Indexers Fields Declaring Fields Accessing Fields Initializing Fields Read-Only Fields Constants Volatile Fields An Intermezzo About Enums Why Enums Matter Underlying Types Assigning Values to Members The System.Enum Type Flags Revisiting the switch Statement Behind the Scenes Properties Declaring and Using Properties Auto-Implemented Properties How Properties Work Indexers Defining Indexers How Indexers Are Implemented Summary Chapter 12 Constructors and Finalizers Constructors Instance Constructors Static Constructors Destructors (Poorly Named Finalizers) Defining Finalizers in C# How Finalizers Are Run How Finalizers Are Implemented Disposal Before Collection: IDisposable Summary Chapter 13 Operator Overloading and Conversions Operators Defining Operators How Operators Are Found Nullability and Lifted Operators Which Operators Can Be Overloaded? Implementing Equality Operations How Operators Are Translated Conversions Built-In Conversions User-Defined Conversions Other Conversion Mechanisms Summary Chapter 14 Object-Oriented Programming The Cornerstones of Object Orientation A Historical Perspective Encapsulation Inheritance Polymorphism Types in Pictures Inheritance for Classes Single Inheritance for Classes Multiple Inheritance for Interfaces Blocking Inheritance Hiding Base Class Members Protected Accessibility Polymorphism and Virtual Members Virtual Members Overriding Virtual Members Declaring Virtual Members Sealing and Hiding: Take Two How Virtual Dispatch Works How Base Calls Work Abstract Classes Interfaces Defining Interfaces Some Design Recommendations Implementing Interfaces Summary Chapter 15 Generic Types and Methods Life Without Generics A Real-World Example with Collections Performance Worries Getting Started with Generics Declaring Generic Types Using Generic Types Performance Intermezzo Operations on Type Parameters Default Values Getting the Type's Reflection Info Object Generic Constraints Interface-Based Constraints Base Class Constraints Default Constructor Constraint Restriction to Value Types or Reference Types Generic Methods Co- and Contravariance Annoyances with Generic Types Broken Covariance for Array Types Safety Guarantees Generic Co- and Contravariance Under the Hood Where to Use Summary Chapter 16 Collection Types Nongeneric Collection Types ArrayList Hash Tables Queue Stack Summary Generic Collection Types List SortedDictionary and SortedList Queue and Stack Other Collection Types Summary Chapter 17 Delegates Functional Programming Historical Perspective Programming with Functions What Are Delegates? Delegate Types Delegate Instances Anonymous Function Expressions Closures: Captured Outer Variables Lambda Expressions Expression Trees Invoking Delegates Putting It Together: An Extensible Calculator Case Study: Delegates Used in LINQ to Objects Asynchronous Invocation Combining Delegates Summary Chapter 18 Events The Two Sides of Delegates A Reactive Application Using Delegates Limitations on Plain Use of Delegates Using .NET Events How Events Work Raising Events, the Correct Way Add and Remove Accessors Detach Your Event Handlers Recommended Event Patterns EventHandler and EventArgs EventHandler Designing Events for Use by Derived Classes Case Study: INotifyProperty Interfaces and UI Programming Events in UI Frameworks Countdown, the GUI Way Modern Approaches to Reactive Programming Events Revisited Pull Versus Push Dictionary Suggest Revisited Summary Chapter 19 Language Integrated Query Essentials Life Without LINQ In-Memory Data Relational Databases XML The Birth of LINQ LINQ by Example In-Memory Data Relational Databases XML Query Expression Syntax Why Query Expressions? Getting Started Source Selection Using a from Clause Projection Using the Select Clause Filtering Using a where Clause Ordering Using the orderby Keyword Grouping Using the group by Clause Joining Using the join Clause Continuing a Query Expression Using the into Clause Bindings with the let Clause Summary Chapter 20 Language Integrated Query Internals How LINQ to Objects Works IEnumerable and IEnumerator Recap LINQ to Objects Extension Methods Iterators Lazy Evaluation How Iterators Work Standard Query Operators Source Generators Restriction Projection Ordering Grouping and Joining Aggregation Predicates Set Theoretical and Sequencing Operators Sequence Persistence Remote Versus Local with AsEnumerable The Query Pattern All About Methods Overloading Query Expression Syntax Parallel LINQ The Cost of Optimization AsParallel How PLINQ Works AsOrdered Tweaking Parallel Querying Behavior Parallel Enumeration with ForAll Expression Trees Query Expression Translation Homoiconicity for Dummies Expression Trees for Query Expressions IQueryable Summary Chapter 21 Reflection Typing Revisited, Static and Otherwise The Role of Metadata The Multilanguage World Taking Multilanguage to the Next Level How Does All of This Relate to C# Programming? Reflection System.Type A Primer on Application Extensibility Reflection for Methods, Properties, Events, and More Custom Attributes Lightweight Code Generation Hello LCG A Toy Compiler for Arithmetic Expressions Expression Trees Compiler-Generated Expression Trees The Expression Tree API Using the ExpressionTreeVisitor Summary Chapter 22 Dynamic Programming The dynamic Keyword in C# 4.0 The dynamic Type Dynamic Typing Is Contagious Deferred Overload Resolution No System.Dynamic Type When to Use dynamic: Case Study with IronPython DLR Internals Dynamic Call Sites and Binders Dynamic Dispatch Custom Dynamic Objects with DynamicObject A Primer to DynamicMetaObject Dynamic Operations Overall Architecture Office and COM Interop Essentials of COM Interop Simplified COM Interop in .NET 4 Case Study: COM Interop with Excel and Word Summary Chapter 23 Exceptions Life Without Exceptions Win32 COM Lessons Learned Introducing Exceptions Exception Handling try Statements First-Chance Exceptions Intermezzo on Historical Debugging with IntelliTrace When and What to Catch Beyond Your Control Throwing Exceptions Defining Your Own Exception Types (In)famous Exception Types DivideByZeroException OverflowException NullReferenceException IndexOutOfRangeException InvalidCastException ArrayTypeMismatchException TypeInitializationException ObjectDisposedException OutOfMemoryException StackOverflowException ExecutionEngineException ArgumentException ArgumentNullException ArgumentOutOfRangeException InvalidOperationException NotImplementedException NotSupportedException FormatException AggregateException Summary Chapter 24 Namespaces Organizing Types in Namespaces Once Upon a Time Assemblies and Namespaces Declaring Namespaces Naming Conventions Visibility Name Clashes Within Namespaces Importing Namespaces Name Clashes Due to Imports Using Aliases Extern Aliases Extension Methods Summary Chapter 25 Assemblies and Application Domains Assemblies Modules and Assemblies Types of Assemblies Assembly Properties Naming, Versioning, and Deployment Strong Naming The Global Assembly Cache Referencing Assemblies How Assemblies Get Loaded at Runtime Native Image Generation (NGEN) Visibility Aspects Embedded Resources Type Forwarding Reflection Flashback Application Domains Creating Application Domains Cross-Domain Communication The Managed Add-In Framework Summary Part III Working with Base Class Libraries Chapter 26 Base Class Library Essentials The BCL: What, Where, and How? What Is Covered? Default Project References Namespaces Versus Assemblies The System and mscorlib Assemblies System.Core's Story of Red Bits and Green Bits The Holy System Root Namespace Primitive Value Types Working with Arrays The Math Class BigInteger: Beyond 32-bit and 64-bit Integers Complex Numbers Generating Random Numbers Working with Date and Time GUID Values Nullability Revisited Briefly The Uri Type Interacting with the Environment Leave the GC Alone (Most of the Time) Native Interop with IntPtr Lazy Initialization Using Lazy Tuple Types Facilities to Work with Text Formatting Text Parsing Text to Objects Regular Expressions Commonly Used String Methods The StringBuilder Class Text Encoding Summary Chapter 27 Diagnostics and Instrumentation Ensuring Code Quality Code Analysis Asserts and Contracts Diagnostic Debugger Output Controlling the Debugger Logging Stack Traces Measuring Performance Using StopWatch Instrumentation Using Event Logs Monitoring with Performance Counters Other Manageability Frameworks Controlling Processes Querying Process Information Starting Processes Summary Chapter 28 Working with I/O Files and Directories Listing Drives Working with Directories Working with Paths The FileInfo Class Monitoring File System Activity Readers and Writers The File Class TextReader and TextWriter Streams: The Bread and Butter of I/O Memory Streams Working with Files: Take Two BinaryReader and BinaryWriter Asynchronous Read and Write Operations Streams Are Everywhere A Primer to (Named) Pipes Memory-Mapped Files in a Nutshell Overview of Other I/O Capabilities Summary Chapter 29 Threading and Synchronization Using Threads Explaining the Concept of Threads The Managed Code Story Where It All Starts: The Thread Class More About a Thread's Life Cycle Managed Thread Characteristics Dealing with Exceptions Thread-Specific State Essential Threading Debugging Techniques Thread Pools .NET's Thread Pool Synchronization Primitives Atomicity (or Lack Thereof) Illustrated Monitors and the lock Keyword Mutexes Semaphores More Advanced Locks Signaling with Events Interlocked Helpers More Synchronization Mechanisms BackgroundWorker Summary Chapter 30 Task Parallelism and Data Parallelism Pros and Cons of Threads Cutting Costs An Ideal Number of Threads? The Task Parallel Library Architecture Declarative Versus Imperative What Are Tasks? Task Parallelism Creating and Starting Tasks Retrieving a Task's Result Dealing with Errors Continuations Cancellation of Tasks Parallel Invocation Waiting for Multiple Tasks How the Task Scheduler Works Data Parallelism Parallel For Loops Parallel Foreach Loops Summary 9780672330797 TOC 12/16/2010BD BE BF BG BH BI BJ BM BN BO BR BS BT BW BY BZ CC CD CF CG CH CI CK CL CM CN CO CR CS CU CV CX CY CZ DE DJ DK DM DO DZ EC EE EG EH ER ES ET FI FJ FK FM FO FR GA GD GE GF GH GI GL GM GN GP GQ GR GS GT GU GW GY HK HM HN HR HT HU ID IL IN IO IQ IS IT JM JO JP KE KG KH KI KM KN KP KR KW KY KZ LA LB LC LI LK LR LS LT LU LV LY MA MC MD MG MH MK ML MM MN MO MP MQ MR MS MT MU MV MW MX MY MZ NA NC NE NF NG NI NL NO NP NR NU OM PA PE PF PG PH PK PL PM PN PR PS PT PW PY QA RE RO RU RW SA SB SC SD SE SG SH SI SJ SK SL SM SN SO SR ST SV SY SZ TC TD TF TG TH TJ TK TL TM TN TO TR TT TV TW TZ UA UG UM UY UZ VA VC VE VG VI VN VU WF WS YE YT ZM ZWPerformance Data 900 Monitoring Network Devices Through Port Activity 902 Creating a TCP Port Monitor 903 Viewing the TCP Port Performance Data 905 Using Synthetic Transactions in Application Monitoring 905 Creating the OLE DB Synthetic Transactions for OpsMgr 906 Creating the Web Availability Synthetic Transactions for OpsMgr 906 Creating TCP Port Synthetic Transactions for OpsMgr. 907 Using Synthetic Transactions in a Distributed Application 908 Fast Track 909 Summary 910 18 Distributed Applications 911 Distributed Applications Overview 911 The Background of Distributed Applications 912 The Role of the OpsMgr Distributed Application 914 Predefined Distributed Applications 915 Operations Manager Management Group 916 Active Directory Topology Root 921 Enterprise Health Monitoring 925 Internet Explorer Service Template 926 Windows Explorer Data Source Service Template 932 Creating a Distributed Application Health Model 938 Line of Business Web Application Template 942 Messaging Template 948 Terminal Services Farm Template 950 .NET 3 Tier Application 951 Blank Template 952 Fast Track 959 Summary 959 19 Client Monitoring 961 Client Monitoring Features 961 Early Steps to AEM: Dr. Watson 962 Corporate Error Reporting: To AEM and MDOP DEM 962 Monitoring Client Machines 964 Client Monitoring Challenges 965 End User Problems Are Costly 966 Features in OpsMgr for Monitoring Clients 967 Monitoring Agentless Systems 968 AEM Architecture 968 Crash and Hang Monitoring 970 Client Monitoring Reports 982 CEIP and the Microsoft Privacy Statement 986 Monitoring Agent-Managed Systems. 992 Client Monitoring Management Pack 994 Preparing for Synthetic Transaction Monitoring 1000 Fast Track 1001 Summary 1002 Part VI Beyond Operations Manager 1003 20 Interoperability and Cross Platform 1005 Supported Platforms and Requirements. 1005 OS Monitoring 1007 New in 2012 1007 Cross Platform Agent Architecture 1007 Cross Platform Agent Communication 1008 Performance and Scalability Implications 1009 High Availability 1010 UNIX/Linux Agent Architecture Details 1011 OpsMgr Access to UNIX/Linux Computers 1012 Cross Platform Agent Deployment 1014 Preparing to Discover UNIX/Linux Computers 1015 Importing UNIX/Linux Management Packs 1019 Discovering Systems and Deploying the Agent (Without Root) 1019 Manually Deploying the Cross Platform Agent 1025 Common Agent Deployment Errors 1026 Finding Monitoring Data in the Console 1027 Using Management Pack Templates 1029 UNIX/Linux Log File Template 1030 UNIX/Linux Process Template 1031 Shell Command Monitoring Templates 1035 Introducing Application Performance Monitoring 1051 JEE Configuration, Discovering, and Monitoring 1053 Configuring JEE Run As Security 1055 Importing JEE Management Packs 1060 Deploying BeanSpy 1062 Locating (Deploying) the BeanSpy Files 1062 Installing BeanSpy 1064 Verifying BeanSpy Is Accessible and Functional 1064 Enabling Deep Monitoring of JEE Applications 1065 Defining Deep Monitoring 1065 Enabling Deep Monitoring on Automatically Discovered JEE Application Servers 1065 Manual Discovery and Deep Monitoring Configuration 1066 Finding Monitoring Information 1067 JEE Application Monitoring Templates. 1069 JEE Application Availability Monitoring 1070 JEE Application Performance Monitoring 1076 Notes on UNIX Commands 1080 Fast Track 1082 Summary 1083 21 System Center 2012 Integration 1085 Service Manager Integration. 1086 System Center Operations Manager Configuration Item Connector 1086 Creating an Alert Connector 1089 Virtual Machine Manager Integration 1095 Configuring OpsMgr/VMM Integration 1096 Integrated Maintenance Mode (Hyper-V Host and Host Cluster Patching) 1101 Dynamically Generated Diagram Views (via Internal Connector) 1101 SQL Server Analysis Services Integration (Forecast Reporting). 1101 Data Protection Manager Integration 1103 Example: Recovering from DPM Backup Failure in the Operations Console 1103 Centralized Management Features 1104 Configuration Manager Integration 1104 Orchestrator Integration 1106 System Center Operations Manager Integration Pack 1106 Forwarding OpsMgr Alerts to/from Third-Party Systems 1110 Maximizing Business Value 1112 Bringing It All Together in the Microsoft Private Cloud 1112 What the Private Cloud Is 1113 Core Characteristics of the Cloud 1113 Benefits of the Cloud 1113 Visualization of Private Cloud Components 1114 Dynamically Generated Distributed Application Models 1114 Dashboard Views 1114 Monitoring Health, Performance, and Capacity 1115 Private Cloud Reporting 1116 Health, Availability, and Performance Reporting 1117 Forecasting (What-If) Reporting 1117 Private Cloud Usage Reporting 1117 Using Chargeback Reporting 1119 Fast Track 1121 Summary 1121 22 Authoring Management Packs and Reports 1123 Authoring Concepts 1123 Using Classes 1124 About Relationships 1126 Health Model 1127 Health Rollup 1128 Getting Started with Authoring 1128 Identifying Monitoring Requirements for the Application 1129 Identifying Monitoring Requirements for Each Component 1130 Writing the Management Pack 1132 Creating Classes 1133 Creating Discoveries 1146 Creating Monitors 1159 Creating Rules 1167 Using Views 1171 Testing Your Management Packs 1172 Creating Reports 1173 Fast Track 1180 Summary 1180 23 PowerShell and Operations Manager 1181 Windows PowerShell Cmdlet Primer 1182 Frequently Used and Useful Cmdlets 1182 PowerShell Execution Policy 1185 Signing PowerShell Scripts 1185 Adding the PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment 1186 Filtering, Formatting, and Grouping with PowerShell. 1188 What's New in Operations Manager 2012 PowerShell 1192 Operations Manager 2007 Cmdlets. 1193 Operations Manager 2012 PowerShell Connection 1194 Using PowerShell v2 Feature to Start a Remote Console Connection 1195 Working with OpsMgr Management Group Connections 1195 Working with Agents 1196 Using Get-SCOMAgent 1197 Installing Agents with Install-SCOMAgent 1199 Uninstalling Agents with Uninstall-SCOMAgent 1200 Using Repair-SCOMAgent 1200 About Enable-SCOMAgentProxy 1201 Using Disable-SCOMAgentProxy 1201 Retrieving the AgentApproval Setting 1202 Setting the AgentApproval Setting 1202 Managing Maintenance Mode 1202 Starting Maintenance Mode 1203 Modifying an Active Maintenance Mode Window 1203 Working with Alerts 1203 Using Get-SCOMAlert 1204 About Set-SCOMAlert 1206 Setting Alert Resolution State with Resolve-SCOMAlert 1207 Working with Custom Alert Resolution States 1207 Modifying Alert Resolution Settings 1208 Administering Resource Pools 1209 Managing Licensing 1211 Retrieving License Information 1212 Upgrading from an Evaluation Copy 1212 Managing the RMS Emulator 1212 Determining the RMS Emulator 1212 Moving the RMS Emulator Role 1213 Removing the RMS Emulator Role 1213 Database Cmdlets 1214 Determining Operational Database Grooming Settings. 1214 Changing Grooming Settings for the Operational Database 1215 Retrieving Data Warehouse Database Settings 1216 Updating Data Warehouse Database Settings 1216 Creating Overrides in Bulk 1216 Exploring Classes and Instances 1218 Browsing Classes 1218 Exploring Discovered Instances 1218 Exploring Relationships. 1219 Exploring Groups 1219 Managing Notification Subscriptions 1220 Temporarily Disabling All Notification Subscriptions 1221 Removing Notification Subscriptions 1221 Copying Subscriptions 1221 Scripting Recurring Tasks 1222 Sample Scripts for Common Scenarios 1222 Some Useful One-Liners 1226 Fast Track 1229 Summary 1229 24 Operations Manager for the Service Provider 1231 OpsMgr and Service Delivery 1232 The Evolution of Microsoft Management Tools 1232 The Opportunity and Challenge 1235 Tools for Measuring Service 1235 The Management Cloud 1237 Defining the Management Cloud 1237 Minimum Architecture Requirements 1238 Scaling Models for the Service Provider 1240 Certificates and OpsMgr 1244 Enterprise Versus Stand-Alone CA 1245 Deploying the Certificate Authority 1248 Creating and Preparing the OpsMgr Certificate Template 1249 Publishing the Certificate Authority to the Internet 1250 Issuing OpsMgr Authentication Certificates 1254 Multi-Tenant OpsMgr 1261 Service Provider Business Requirements 1261 Techniques to Achieve Customer Isolation. 1261 The Customer Network 1275 Connectivity and Remote Access 1276 Installing the Gateway and Pushing Agents 1276 Manually Installing Direct-Reporting Agents 1277 Discovering Network Devices 1277 Enabling Deliverables 1278 Introducing Service Provider Foundation 1278 How SPF Helps Service Providers 1278 Brief Overview of SPF Internals 1279 Fast Track 1281 Summary 1281 Part VII Appendixes 1283 A OpsMgr By Example: Configuring and Tuning Management Packs 1285 Office SharePoint 2010 1286 SharePoint 2010 Management Pack Download 1286 SharePoint 2010 Management Pack Documentation 1287 Key Installation Steps for the SharePoint 2010 Management Pack 1287 Key Configuration Steps for the SharePoint 2010 Management Pack 1288 Common Alert Tuning for the SharePoint 2010 Management Pack 1291 Reference Links for the SharePoint 2010 Management Pack 1293 Lync Server 2010 1294 Lync Server 2010 Management Pack Download 1294 Lync Server 2010 Management Pack Documentation 1294 Key Installation Steps for the Lync Server 2010 Management Pack 1295 Key Configuration Steps for the Lync Server 2010 Management Pack 1295 Common Alert Tuning for the Lync Server 2010 Management Pack 1296 Reference Links for the Lync Server 2010 Management Pack. 1297 Dell Management Pack 1297 Dell Management Pack Download 1297 Dell Management Pack Documentation 1297 Key Installation Steps for the Dell Management Pack 1297 Key Configuration Steps for the Dell Management Pack 1300 Reference Links for the Dell Management Pack 1300 Network Monitoring 1301 Network Monitoring Packs Download 1301 Network Monitoring Packs Documentation. 1301 System Center 2012 Configuration Manager 1301 ConfigMgr 2012 Management Pack Download 1301 Configuration Manager 2012 Management Pack Documentation 1302 Key Installation Steps for the Configuration Manager 2012 Management Pack 1302 Key Configuration Steps for the ConfigMgr 2012 Management Pack 1302 Common Alert Tuning for the ConfigMgr 2012 Management Pack 1303 System Center 2012 Orchestrator 1303 System Center 2012 Orchestrator Monitoring Pack Download 1304 System Center 2012 Orchestrator Monitoring Pack Documentation 1304 System Center 2012 Orchestrator Monitoring Pack Prerequisites 1304 Key Installation Steps for the System Center 2012 Orchestrator Monitoring Pack 1304 Using the System Center 2012 Orchestrator Monitoring Pack 1305 Windows Azure Applications 1305 Windows Azure Applications Monitoring Pack Download 1306 Installing and Importing the Windows Azure Applications Monitoring Pack 1306 Windows Azure Applications Monitoring Pack Prerequisites 1306 Key Configuration Steps to Use the Windows Azure Applications Monitoring Pack 1306 Using the Windows Azure Applications Monitoring Pack 1308 Grooming Data from Windows Azure Storage Services 1308 Windows Server Operating System 1309 Windows Server Operating System Management Packs Download 1309 Windows Server Operating System Management Pack Documentation 1310 Monitoring Features of the Windows Server Operating System Management Pack 1310 Optional Configurations for the Windows Server Operating System Management Pack 1311 Windows Server Operating System Management Pack Reports 1312 B Performance Counters 1315 Counters Maintained by the Monitored Computer 1315 Counters Maintained by the Management Server 1318 Counters Maintained by the OpsMgr Connector 1323 Counters Maintained by the ACS Collector 1324 C Registry Settings 1327 About the Registry 1327 Operations Manager-Related Registry Keys 1329 D Reference URLs 1351 General Resources 1351 Microsoft's OpsMgr Resources 1364 Blogs 1368 OpsMgr Shell 1370 PowerShell Information 1372 Cross Platform 1373 System Center 1374 Public Forums. 1376 E Available Online 1377 Database Scripts 1377 PowerShell Failover Scripts. 1378 Cloning Notification Subscriptions 1378 Post Upgrade Cleanup Task. 1378 Discovery and Agent Activity 1378 Creating a Report User Role 1379 Obtaining SNMP Information 1379 ACS Database Sizing 1379 Virtual Machine Manager Dashboards 1379 Backing Up Your Management Group 1379 Authoring Files 1380 Live Links 1380 Index 1381BD BE BF BG BH BI BJ BM BN BO BR BS BT BW BY BZ CC CD CF CG CH CI CK CL CM CN CO CR CS CU CV CX CY CZ DE DJ DK DM DO DZ EC EE EG EH ER ES ET FI FJ FK FM FO FR GA GD GE GF GH GI GL GM GN GP GQ GR GS GT GU GW GY HK HM HN HR HT HU ID IL IN IO IQ IS IT JM JO JP KE KG KH KI KM KN KP KR KW KY KZ LA LB LC LI LK LR LS LT LU LV LY MA MC MD MG MH MK ML MM MN MO MP MQ MR MS MT MU MV MW MX MY MZ NA NC NE NF NG NI NL NO NP NR NU OM PA PE PF PG PH PK PL PM PN PR PS PT PW PY QA RE RO RU RW SA SB SC SD SE SG SH SI SJ SK SL SM SN SO SR ST SV SY SZ TC TD TF TG TH TJ TK TL TM TN TO TR TT TV TW TZ UA UG UM UY UZ VA VC VE VG VI VN VU WF WS YE YT ZM ZW

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