Microsoft.NET has been written following many hours spent with CTOs, technical directors, IT managers, system designers and architects all keen to work their way through this important new strategy, the set of products and the underlying technology. The author is a practising consultant in the design and implementation of Microsoft .NET strategies and technologies. This book is born out of a personal search for the Holy Grail of .NET publications, focusing on actual implementation and management issues critical to the enterprise. The aim is to gather essential information for integrating the far-ranging components which .NET touches, without regurgitating Microsoft hype or including superfluous programming details. It addresses critical issues like migration, costs of implementation and cost/benefit analysis.Jumpstart for Systems Administrators, and Developers Nigel Stanley. ac COM+ applications ac File directories and files ac System data source names ac Registry keys ac Web sites, including all of ... There are three types of manual synchronization.
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