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BitLocker is included in Windows 8 to provide data protection when used with TPM v1.2. On computers that do not have TPM v1.2, you can still use BitLocker to encrypt the Windows OS drive. For standalone users, we can use Windows Explorer, Control Panel applet, manage-bde command line interface or Windows PowerShell cmdlets. For SMB, we can use the scripting method or deploy BitLocker with MDT2012.

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June 04, 2013

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This session talks about how to port Android apps to Windows Store apps with mapping relations between Android and Windows Store apps. We'll cover the programming architecture, UI control, application lifecycle, notification mechanism, and data storage. After this session, you'll know the difference between these 2 platforms, and the best replacement when you port a feature to Windows Store apps.

5 Time: 23:13

December 17, 2012

Views: 282

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In a real world, IT administrators are required to check the configuration of network adapters after the deployment of new servers. Also, IT administrators need to maintain a server list which contains network adapter configuration settings on a regular basis. This video walks you through the scripts to get network adapter properties and advanced properties in Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8.

5 Time: 2:38

December 16, 2012

Views: 4,053

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In Windows 8, without a Start button, properly shutting down or rebooting Windows can be a bit of a chore. Many users want to shut down or reboot Windows in just one click. This video illustrates the script to enable users to click on a tile to shut down, reboot or log off Windows on the Start screen.

5 Time: 1:43

December 12, 2012

Views: 279

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In Windows 8, you can remove a single Windows Store app by right-clicking and choosing the uninstall option. However, when you select two or more Windows Store apps, you will find the uninstall option is not available. Our script can help you remove multiple Windows Store apps at the same time.

5 Time: 1:42

December 12, 2012

Views: 1,471

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In an IT enterprise environment, there is usually an existing multiple virtual machines need to manage. As the number of virtual machines increases, especially change a number of virtual machine names will become unmanageable.

5 Time: 2:23

December 12, 2012

Views: 407

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IT administrators often need to batch create virtual machines in Windows Server 2012. Although there's a set of Hyper-V command-lets in Windows PowerShell, they are reluctant to use them except for simple ones due to the lack of programming knowledge. This video will show you how to batch create multiple virtual machines based on comma delimited file by using PowerShell 3.0 in Windows Server 2012.

5 Time: 2:40

October 14, 2012

Views: 512

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This session talks about how to port iOS apps to Windows Store apps with mapping relations between iOS and Windows Store apps. We'll cover programming architectures, design principles, UI controls, application lifecycles, and data storage. After this session, you'll know the difference between these two platforms, and the best replacement when you port a certain feature to Windows Store apps.

4 Time: 23:53

December 17, 2012

Views: 287

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In a Windows Store app, FileRandomAccessStream can be used to create a file, load content from a file, or insert data into a specific position in the file. This video demonstrates the FileRandomAccessStream methods to help you manipulate a file in a Windows Store app.

4 Time: 1:41

December 16, 2012

Views: 87

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In a typical .NET WPF application, we can use the System.Windows.Media.Imaging.CroppedBitmap class to crop a bitmap, but in a Windows Store app, this class is not available. In Windows Store app, you can crop a bitmap by using a BitmapTransform class while reading the bitmap in a BitmapDecoder. In this video, we will demonstrate how to crop an image in a Windows Store app.

4 Time: 2:37

December 12, 2012

Views: 520

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SkyDrive is a cloud based solution which allows you to keep data and settings in the cloud and synch with all your Windows 8 devices easily. With SkyDrive, you’ll get a “cloud backpack” where you can store, create and access all of your documents, notes, photos or files from anywhere. You can view and manage your personal SkyDrive directly from Windows Explorer on your Windows 8 PC.

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June 04, 2013

Views: 65

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By default, the number of rows for the tiles is fully dependent on the screen resolution or window size that fits on your Windows Screen. But sometimes the user wants to display a specific number of rows of tiles on the Start Screen that is not dependent on the screen size. This video shows you how to change the number of title rows on the Start screen in Windows 8.

3 Time: 1:40

February 06, 2013

Views: 146

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By default, Windows Store apps are installed in the default system location in Windows 8. This video shows you how to use Windows PowerShell 3.0 to change the default system installation location of Windows Store apps in Windows 8.

2 Time: 1:58

June 13, 2013

Views: 174

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When developing Windows Store apps, we need to adapt our apps to different visual states for various Windows sizes and orientations. Sometimes, we don’t want to set the visual states for each individual xaml page. Instead we just want to load an outside visual state resources file for all xaml pages. In this video, we will show you how to dynamically load VisualStateManager and attach it to pages.

0 Time: 2:40

July 22, 2013

Views: 171

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In Windows 8, you can only open a Windows Store app from the Start screen. If you mostly work in the traditional Windows desktop environment, you need find a different way to open Windows Store apps from the desktop. This video shows you how to use Windows PowerShell 3.0 to open Windows Store apps from the desktop.

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June 04, 2013

Views: 226