Developing And Maintaining Applications On Windows Xp Service Pack 2

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Obiettivo del corso: This one-day instructor-led clinic provides students with the knowledge and skills to understand the security enhancements included with Microsoft® Windows® XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) and how these features may affect applications that need to run on Windows XP SP2. The session will also discuss implications for working with application development tools including Microsoft V.
Rivolto a: This clinic is intended for a broad range of experienced, professional application developers, including those employed by software companies or working on corporate development teams.

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Preliminary Clinic Syllabus

Developing and Maintaining Applications on Windows XP Service Pack 2

Elements of this syllabus are subject to change.

This one-day instructor-led clinic provides students with the knowledge and skills to understand the security enhancements included with Microsoft® Windows® XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) and how these features may affect applications that need to run on Windows XP SP2. The session will also discuss implications for working with application development tools including Microsoft Visual Studio® .NET and how to configure the Windows

XP SP2 development environment.

Note: The clinic materials are accompanied by Hands-On Lab 2854, Developing and Maintaining Applications on

Windows XP Service Pack 2. Please check with your local Certified Partner for Learning Solutions for availability of this lab as part of the class.

Audience

This clinic is intended for a broad range of experienced, professional application developers, including those employed by software companies or working on corporate development teams.

At Clinic Completion

After completing this clinic, students will be able to:

§ List the reasons why Microsoft developed Windows XP SP2.

§ Describe the major improvements that SP2 makes to Windows XP.

§ Describe the specific impact

SP2 will have on Visual Studio .NET 2003 and Visual Studio 2005.

§ List application scenarios that may be affected by SP2.

§ Describe how SP2 affects different application types.

§ Modify different application types to run successfully on SP2.

§ Configure the development environment to work successfully under SP2.

§ Describe the impact of browser security on Web applications.

§ Describe how Windows XP SP2 affects SQL Server, MSDE, and other SQL Server related services.

§ Configure Windows Firewall to support

SQL Server configurations.

§ Describe the changes made to the Remote Procedure Call (RPC) service for Windows XP SP2.

§ Describe the purpose of the

RestrictRemoteClients registry setting.

§ Describe the purpose of the EnableAuthEpResolution registry setting.

§ Describe the computer-wide restrictions made to DCOM.

§ Configure granular COM permissions.

Prerequisites

Before attending this course, students must have at least 1 year's experience developing for the Windows platform. Ideally, students should have at least 2 years of development experience with one of the following:

§ Microsoft Visual Basic® .NET or Microsoft Visual C#®

§ Visual Studio 6.0

§ Visual Basic 6.0

§ Microsoft Visual C++®

Student Materials

The student kit includes comprehensive notes supporting the topics discussed.

Session 1: Introduction to Windows XP Service Pack 2 for Developers

This session introduces Windows XP Service Pack 2 and provides an overview of the changes brought by Service Pack 2.

Topics

§ Overview of Windows XP SP2

§ New Features in Windows XP SP2

After completing this session, students will be able to:

§ Describe the need for Windows

XP SP2.

§ Describe the new features in

Windows XP SP2

Session 2: Developing Applications for the Windows

XP Service Pack 2 Environment

This session describes how Windows XP SP2 impacts application development.

Topics

§ Impact of Windows XP SP2 on Tools and Technologies

§ Impact of Increased Network Protection Technologies on Applications

§ Impact of Memory Protection and E-mail Handling Technologies onApplications

§ Impact of Browser Security Technologies on Web Applications

After completing this session, students will be able to:

§ Describe how Windows XP SP2 affects development tools and technologies.

§ Describe how the network protection technologies affect applications.

§ Configure Windows Firewall to support applications.

§ Describe how Data Execution

Prevention (DEP) and Attachment Execution Service (AES) affect custom applications.

§ Configure DEP and AES to support applications.

§ Describe how the enhanced

Browser Security features affect applications.

§ Configure the Pop-up Manager to enable Web application functionality.

Session 3
: Running SQL Server on Windows XP Service Pack 2

This session describes how Windows XP SP2 affects SQL configuration.

The session also describes how to configure Windows XP SP2 to support SQL

Server configurations.

Topics

§ SQL Server Network Configuration

§ Configuring Windows Firewall to Support SQL Server

§ Configuring Windows XP SP2 to Support Other SQL Server Components

After completing this session, students will be able to:

§ Describe the default network configurations of SQL Server instances.

§ Configure Windows Firewall to support SQL Server configurations.

§ Configure Windows XP SP2 to support additional SQL Server components.

Session 4: Advanced Application Development with Windows XP Service Pack 2

This session describes how Windows XP SP2 affects advanced application development.

Topics

§ Windows XP SP2 and RPC Restrictions

§ Windows XP SP2 and DCOM

After completing this session, students will be able to:

§ Describe the effects of Windows

XP SP2 on different types of enterprise applications.

§ Describe the RPC interface restrictions.

§ Describe the purpose of the

RestrictRemoteClients registry setting.

§ Describe the methods to resolve

RPC incompatibilities

Hands-On Lab 2854: Developing and Maintaining Applications on

Windows XP Service Pack 2

Hands-On Lab 2854 is a 90-minute classroom-based lab that accompanies

Clinic 2853 to provide students with an opportunity to perform relevant tasks in a safe, real-world environment. This hands-on lab provides the student with experience in:

§ How to configure their development computer to allow remote debugging to operate after Windows XP SP2 has been installed.

§ How to configure a Windows XP

SP2 machine running SQL Server to allow clients to successfully connect to the database.

Exercises

§ Exercise 1 - Experiencing Windows XP SP2

§ Exercise 2 - Configuring Your Development Environment on Windows XP SP2

§ Exercise 3 - Configuring SQL Server for Windows XP SP 2

About Microsoft Clinics

Microsoft Official Clinic learning products provide students with technical information on Microsoft products or technologies while discussing real-world considerations for their implementation. Clinics highlight features and functionality through product demonstrations.

About Microsoft Hands-On LabsMicrosoft Official Hands-On Lab learning products provide students with prescriptive exercises designed around real-world scenarios that deliver practical experience in a safe, instructor-led environment. Each hands-on lab begins with a short introductory presentation that provides an overview of the technical information covered in the self-guided portion of the lab.

After the overview, the student performs the hands-on portion of the lab, following a series of prescriptive instructions to complete a task or procedure relevant to their job.

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