Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Win 7 troubleshooting tools and tips / Managing Hyper-V

September 16, 2009 Published by

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Windows 7 troubleshooting tools and tips
Paul McFedries, Sams Publishing

After you've determined the root cause of your customers' Windows 7 problems, it is equally important to know how to remediate the issues. Windows 7 comes with diagnostic tools -- together, they're called the Windows Diagnostic Infrastructure -- that can detect impending failures and alert you to take corrective or mitigating action (such as backing up your files). The sections in this chapter excerpt describe these tools and gives information on understanding disk diagnostics, resource exhaustion detection, the Windows Memory Diagnostics tool and more.

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If your customers want to implement vSphere 4, this tip tells you how to advise them on hardware, achieve maximum performance per host and suggests recommendations for disk I/O.
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LTech adds Google Apps Power Panel to cloud repertoire
The LTech Power Panel is hosted on the Google App Engine cloud platform and gives solutions providers advanced management options for Google Apps deployments.
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