Sunday, July 17, 2011

Knights of the Temple: Infernal Crusade

nights of the Temple: Infernal Crusade (2004/MULTI2/RePack by Seraph1)
Year: 2004 | PC Game | Developer: Starbreeze Studios | Publisher: TDK Mediactive / RUS | 1,45 GB
Genre: 3D / 3rd Person / (Action)
Europe. 12th century AD. Dark, vaguely human race is going through the era - the era of the righteous and sinners, saints and pagans, witches and fools the prophets. The Templars, these noble knights without fear and without reproach, ready for the last crusade: the way they lay there, no return, where on a clear day turns dark at night, where nightmares become reality. They go to the edge, where life - is truly a lot of the few ...

System requirements:
Pentium 4/Athlon 1.5 GHz, 256 MB RAM
Sound device compatible with DirectX ®
3D-graphics adapter with 32 MB memory,
Windows ® XP/Vista/Se7en (Compiled and tested on Windows Seven x64)
Free hard drive space: 2.14 GB
Mouse, keyboard

• Do not recoded / Cut Logo developers and publishers
• Select interface language and voice, in any combination
• Sewn Patch № 1
• Installation of additional software
• To install the required 256 MB RAM
• The installation will take 2 minutes;
• Repak from: Seraph1

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Saturday, July 16, 2011

Windows 8 M3 Build 6.2.7989 x64 EN

Windows 8 M3 Build 6.2.7989 x64 EN | 3.65GB
This refers to the assembly stage of development of the M3 and brings such a change (compared with previous builds of M1 and M2) as the new boot screen, the new progress bar at the stage installation of equipment, changes in the standard theme Aero, the inclusion of transparency for the theme AeroLite, several changes to the ribbon interface of the conductor and the new background image, which like the previous one again contains cryptic crossword with new letters in it. It is also worth noting that in the assembly of defaults on "Tablet PC Input Panel", but it is easy to get rid of. It is possible that it contains a new interface is demonstrated by Microsoft during the Keynote at the D9 to build the example 7985, but enthusiasts still have not found ways to turn it on.

Program Name: Windows 8 M3 build 7989 x64 EN
version of the program: 6.2.7989.0.winmain.110421-1825
Language: English


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Windows 8 Milestone 2 (M2) Build 6.2.7955.0


Less than two weeks after Windows 8 Milestone 1 (M1) Build 7850 made its way into the wild, a new, more advanced Build of Windows vNext was also leaked.
Windows 8 Milestone 2 (M2) Build 6.2.7955.0 is now available for download from various illegal third-party sources including some of the world’s most popular torrent trackers.

Just as it was the case with Windows 8 M1 Build 7850, any user with a BitTorrent client that is willing to disregard the inherent risks associated with leaked copies of the upcoming platform can grab Windows 8 M2 Build 6.2.7955.0 and start testing it.

According to information from the source of the leak, BetaArchive, the full Build string of the latest leaked Windows 8 development milestone is 6.2.7955.0.110228-1930.

The data indicates that this particular Build of Windows 8 was compiled on February 28th, 2011, a date at which unofficial reports revealed that Microsoft had started the coding work on the Milestone 3 release of Windows vNext.

There is some confusion about which stage of the Windows 8 development process Build 6.2.7955.0 belongs to.

It appears that the release is a transition Build between the signed-off M2 release and the first M3 bits. But don’t expect Microsoft to offer any clarification on the matter at hand.

The software giant used the same strategy for M2 as it did for M1 and hid a range of new features in Windows 8 Build 6.2.7955.

In addition to such new components as Webcam, Logon UI, TaskUI, PDF Reader and the immersive IE, Windows 8 M2 Build 6.2.7955 also sports the Ribbon UI, Application Folder and full DWM. There are additional goodies packed into this release, including touchscreen gesture effects, but make sure to keep your eyes on Softpedia and I’ll provide additional insight throughout the day.

While Windows 8 M1 Build 7850 was leaked extremely late after release, so late in fact that it had already expired, the same is not the case with the new Windows 8 M2 Build 6.2.7955.0 leak.

Windows 8 M2 Build 6.2.7955.0, also time-bombed, will only expire on July 1, 2011, which means that testers get to use it for quite a while.

It’s worth noting that the leaked Windows 8 M2 Build 6.2.7955.0 release is not identical to the Build that official testers get. The ISO available in the wild has been cooked with components from Windows 7 in order to get it to install.

As such, there’s really no telling what else might be packed into the unofficial release, so it might be a good idea for users to avoid leaks altogether.

BUILD: 7955.0.110228-1930
SIZE: 2,657,079,296 bytes
MD5: 40861A02CB14B0D2D7930910DB6CC6E4
SHA1: 23C5A856A9D93E7957ACC36CA9FA38F46A3783F8

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Thursday, June 30, 2011

TrainSignal 70-681 Microsoft Windows 7 and Office 2010, Deploying

English | AVI | 800x600 | AVC 194Kbps | MP3 28.4Kbps | 550.85 MB
Genre: Training

The need for qualified IT professionals who are able to smoothly and cheaply deploy Windows 7 and Office 2010 is on the rise as more and more companies are looking to migrate to the new version of the operating system. The MCTS 70-681 exam tests and validates your skills and knowledge in deploying Windows 7 and Office 2010. The exam is aimed towards IT professionals who deploy and maintain Windows 7 desktops equipped with Microsoft Office 2010 and who have a minimum of one year of experience managing Windows Desktop deployments, including Microsoft Office.

MCTS 70-681: Skills Measured

The 70-681 exam is split into four sections which are all fairly equal in value (or weight):

* Configuring a Deployment Infrastructure (24%)
* Creating and Configuring Images (25%)
* Deploying Windows 7 (27%)
* Configuring and Deploying Office 2010 (24%)

Let’s take a closer look at each of these four sections.

Configuring a Deployment Infrastructure

The Configuring a Deployment Infrastructure section mostly focuses on various configuration tools, especially the Microsoft Development Toolkit (MDT). Aside from the MDT, you’ll also be tested on network configuration, activation configuration in both Windows 7 and Office 2010 and the Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager’s Operating System Deployment (OSD) environment.

Here is a more complete list of topics covered in this section, as listed on Microsoft Learning:

* Configure the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) environment — including deployment database, deployment share, task sequences, and creating deployment points
* Configure networking for deployment — including Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), IP Helper, Windows Deployment Services, PXE boot, and multicast
* Configure activation — which includes Key Management Service (KMS), Multiple Activation Key (MAK), Volume Activation Management Tool (VAMT)
* Configure the Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager Operating System Deployment (OSD) environment — this includes SCCM and MDT integration, as well as building an operating system installation, a boot image and driver packages

Creating and Configuring Images

As you probably expected, this section is fairly self-explanatory. You’ll be tested on your knowledge in creating and capturing images, automating installation scripts, creating and customizing task sequences (especially for Office 2010), customizing standard operating system settings, adding applications to already existing images, and configuring for application compatibility.

Here is the detailed topic list from Microsoft Learning:

* Create and capture an image — modify a WIM file, modify a Windows PE boot image, and build a base image
* Create automated installation scripts — silent install scripts, unattended answer files, joining a domain, customizing user settings, and configuring auto-naming
* Create and customize task sequences — installation tasks for Office 2010 and additional applications
* Customize default operating system settings –environment settings, user settings, configuring local Group Policy, and Windows Internet Explorer settings
* Add applications to an image — modify or install on a base image
* Configure application compatibility — configuring applications for User Access Control (UAC) and creating and deploying shims

Deploying Windows 7

The next section deals with the different types of Windows 7 deployment methods, such as Lite Touch, Zero Touch, and possibly High Touch deployments (though High Touch deployments are not mentioned, it may be a good idea to read up on the method just in case.) Aside from the deployment methods themselves, you’ll also be tested on your ability to migrate user settings and data, configure security updates and other post-deployment tasks, and customize hardware settings like drivers, hardware-specific applications, and BitLocker Drive Encryption.

Here is the detailed list of topics for this section as listed on Microsoft Learning:

* Perform a Lite Touch Installation of Windows 7 — which includes staggered deployment and permissions
* Perform a Zero Touch Installation of Windows 7 — which includes permissions, configuring a task sequence and configuring scheduling
* Migrate user settings and data — including Windows Vista, Windows XP, local store vs. remote store
* Configure post–operating system deployment tasks — this includes configuring run-once scripts, identifying appropriate log files, as well as deploying language packs and security updates
* Customize hardware settings — including injecting drivers, installing hardware-specific applications, and configuring Windows BitLocker Drive Encryption

Configuring and Deploying Office 2010

At first, I thought this section was a bit simple and wondered why it took up a full 24% of the 70-681 exam. After going through the topics and reading up on Office deployment, I realized that it is actually quite involved.

This section includes configuring user-specific settings like languages and default locations, application-specific settings like add-ins, security settings, updates, and Key Management Services (KMS), and actual Office deployment. Office deployment is probably the most involved portion, since it includes not only clean installation deployment, but also upgrades.

Here is the detailed topic list from Microsoft Learning for this section:

* Configure Office 2010 user-specific settings — which includes configuring Microsoft Outlook settings, configuring Microsoft Office Communicator settings, setting display languages, editing languages, and setting default file locations
* Configure Office 2010 application-specific settings — which includes configuring compatibility settings, removing applications, adding language packs, configuring application add-ins, security settings, updates, and KMS
* Deploy Office 2010 — which includes clean install, Group Policy Startup script, installation package in SCCM, upgrading from Office 2003 and Office 2007 and migrating user settings

MCTS and MCITP Credit

Should you choose to take and pass this exam, you will earn credit towards two certifications. The first credit you’ll receive is for the Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) certification, which will be granted to you upon successfully passing the 70-681 exam.

The second credit you’ll receive is for the Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP): Enterprise Administrator, for which you will need to pass four additional exams to complete your MCITP certification; the exams include:

* Exam 70-640: Server 2008 Active Directory
* Exam 70-642: Server 2008 Network Infrastructure
* Exam 70-643: Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure
* Exam 70-647: Server 2008, Enterprise Administrator


This would be a great exam for someone who is looking to jump into a new career at a large business or corporation, or someone who already works for one and is planning to deploy Windows 7 and/or Office 2010 in a large-scale environment. It’s also a great way to get started towards the MCITP: Enterprise Administrator certification.

When studying for the exam, be sure to include a few different training and practice methods. I always like to include at least two different methods of training for anything I research or train for to be sure I cover all of my bases. TrainSignal offers a great Windows 7 Deployment training course led by Rhonda Layfield that would compliment your exam preparation in a great way. Depending on what works best for you when training, you should also look in to exam-specific books, practice tests, or even actual classes to go along with the video trainings.

That’s all for now, good luck on your exam!

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