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When a user requests an application through the System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Application Catalog that requires approval, this approval workflow solution will transform the application request into a System Center 2012 - Service Manager service request allowing flexible approval lists and activities.
The Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) Dashboard helps customers keep track of the usage, health, and compliance of their virtualized applications—in near real time!
It also provides a means to validate design decisions with the business to ensure that the solution meets the requirements of both business and infrastructure stakeholders.
It includes the following individual guides: This guide provides easy-to-understand and extensive methodology for Microsoft Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) threat modeling.
This guide describes the challenges in planning and implementing quarantine services with VPN through the new features available in Microsoft Windows Server 2003 with Service Pack 1 (SP1).
This guide provides a logical roadmap to progress from reactive to proactive IT service management, moving from one of four defined levels of IT services to the next more efficient and streamlined level of services.
This guide provides prescriptive guidance to address the problem of intruders who acquire administrator account credentials and then use them to compromise the network.
The strategies outlined in this Toolkit are easy to understand, and the guidance shows you how to optimize two key encryption technologies already available to you in Microsoft Windows XP or Windows Vista: the Encrypting File System (EFS) and Microsoft Bit Locker Drive Encryption (Bit Locker).In addition to configuring File Classification Infrastructure (FCI) on your file servers, the latest version of the toolkit allows you to manage central access policy across the file servers in your organization.The toolkit enhances the user experience by providing scenario-based wizards that you can use to configure, export, import, and compare file classifications, as well as manage central access policy on your file servers.Each document briefly describes each of the four levels, and explains each capability in the Microsoft Core Infrastructure Optimization Model.It then introduces high-level concepts for planning, building, deploying, and managing these capabilities and provides links to relevant resources where more detailed and actionable content can be found.