ServConf will help you ■ manage and classify your Services, File System Drivers and Kernel Drivers. ■ identify and list your Services, File System Drivers and Kernel Drivers by their properties ■ manage dependencies and properties of each service/driver. ■ take snapshots of your services ■ manage and classify your services by their category( ex: Sharepoint, ActiveSync, SAP, etc.) ■ manage and classify your Services by their context. ■ manage and classify your Drivers by their category (ex: NetApp, TCP/IP, IIS, etc.) ■ manage and classify your Drivers by their context. ■ manage your service load order groups ■ manage your service priority groups. ■ manage and classify your service status (start, stop, not responding, etc) ■ manage and classify your service events (start, stop, expired, etc) In addition to the above, ServConf is designed to help you in ■ debugging complex services issues. ■ in managing specific types of services (ex: Active Directory domain controllers, Network domain controllers, File servers). ■ in managing files that are accessed through drivers ■ in managing services where you need to restart them after an update, or restart them at particular intervals. 1 – Introduction This document is intended to assist you in the installation and operation of the Control-Alt-Delete (Control-Alt-Del) service. A brief description of the Control-Alt-Delete service appears in the table of contents, and a more detailed description follows. 2 – How to Install Control-Alt-Delete To install the Control-Alt-Delete service, you must be a local administrator on the computer where the service is to be installed. An operating system version prior to Windows 2000 is required for the following instructions. 1.2. Install the Service Control Manager The Sysinternals utility, Sysinternals Suite, contains several command line tools, including those that can be used to enable or disable, start or stop, or start or stop the Control-Alt-Delete service. It is a prerequisite for running some of the tools that are described in the next section, “How to Identify and Manage Service Instances.” 1.3. Run Sysinternals Suite The instructions in this section assume that you have already downloaded and installed the eea19f52d2
A4Desk Flash Music Player is a powerful and simple application that allows you to create custom Flash music players. It is easy to use with no complex config options. All you have to do is to select one of the available templates, and start building your own. You can do that without even leaving your PC. It features the most important music player options – such as the player skin, the default volume, autoplay, the purchase button, the play mode and other handy things. You can add, edit and remove music player links, along with editing text labels. In addition, it supports an FTP connection to upload music player via FTP. It is quite easy to preview your music player on the default web browser. Fully configurable, our music player template allows you to add any number of album lists. Key Features: – Plugs directly into your local machine or FTP connection to add music players – Easily upload your music player via FTP – Automatically preview music player in a web browser – Supports multiple play modes (Play/Pause, Start and End) – Supports multiple language support – Supports all media files formats (MP3, WMA, WAV, OGG, FLAC, AAC, WMA) – Supports PC and MP3 players – Supports album lists – Built-in language selection – Built-in album art provider – Built-in volume control (Reverse, On and Off) – Built-in Equalizer – Built-in Autoplay – Built-in Repeat – Built-in Next and Previous button – Built-in Next/Previous track buttons – Built-in Forward/Backward buttons – Built-in Play mode selection (Play/Pause, Start and End) – Built-in Play mode button – Built-in Title text (loading, playing, pause, end, next, previous) – Built-in Status text (loading, playing, paused, end, next, previous) – Built-in Play status button – Built-in Custom Progress display – Built-in Download button – Built-in Playback Speed slider – Built-in Step Forward/Backward slider – Built-in Auto Loop – Built-in Title bar text (Loading, Playing, Paused, End, Next, Previous) – Built-in Step Forward/Backward button – Built-in Save button – Built-in