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3 Enter a name for the database to be built and click Next Accept the default actions to perform and click Next 4 Select the methods you want to use to find the computers on your network This depends on the type of network you have The first two options are the defaults and work in most cases The last option is the manual fallback Make your selection and click Next 5 If you specified using the Windows networking protocols, select the workgroups in the network that you want included in the inventory and click Next 6 If you specified using Active Directory domain services, enter the Active Directory logon information and click Next 7 Select, or enter after clicking New Account, the local or domain accounts and their passwords to access the computers to be inventories 8 Review the actions you have selected, click Back to make any needed changes When the actions are the way you want them, click Start You will see a series of thermometer bars that will display the progress of the assessment 9 When the assessment is complete, click View Summary Details Of The Wizard Operations View the results in the Details Summary This will tell you the computers that were found and how many inventories were completed It will also list the Microsoft Word and Excel reports that have been generated
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10 When you are ready, click Close Click Open The Reports Folder Double-click each of the reports to open them in their applications These reports provide a wealth of information, as you can see in Figure 2-1 11 After you have completed reading and/or printing the reports, close the applications and then click Finish to close the Hardware Assessment Wizard
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Figure 2-1 The Hardware Assessment Wizard provides both written and tabular information about the
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Microsoft provides a web site on application compatibility that references several documents and a downloadable toolkit that checks for application compatibility The Application Compatibility Toolkit (ACT) can be run on: Windows Vista Windows XP SP2 Window Server 2008 Windows Server 2003 SP1 Windows 2000 Server SP4 and Update Rollup 1
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ACT requires that SQL Server 2000, SQL Server 2005, or SQL Server 2005 Express Edition be running on the computer ACT will run on NOTE Once again, the application compatibility discussion, figures, and illustrations are for Windows Vista because those items for Windows Server 2008 are not ready as this is written 1 Begin by opening the web site http://gomicrosoftcom/fwlink/ linkid=29880, reading the overview, and then right-clicking the top link, Enterprise Guidance: Getting Started With Application Compatibility, and clicking Open Scroll down and click Getting Started With Windows Vista Application Compatibility card (this requires Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007; you can get a free PowerPoint 2007 viewer by downloading it from Microsoft at http://www microsoftcom/downloads/ and scrolling down to PowerPoint Viewer 2007) This is a pair of tightly packed PowerPoint slides with lots of detailed application compatibility information, as you can see in Figure 2-2 2 When you have completed looking at the application compatibility card, close PowerPoint, click Application Compatibility Toolkit Deployment Guide And Step By Step Guides, click Save, choose the drive and folder where you want it saved, and click Save 3 Open the drive and folder containing the Application Compatibility Toolkit Deployment Guide, unzip the files, and review those that are of interest When you are done, close the application used to view the files 4 On the third page of the Application Compatibility site, click Download ACT 50, click Download, click Run, click Run again, click Next, accept the license, click Next twice, click Install, and click Finish A presentation will start and explain ACT A presentation will start and explain ACT, as shown in Figure 2-3 5 When the presentation is finished, click Start | All Programs | Microsoft Application Compatibility Toolkit | Application Compatibility Manager The ACT Configuration Wizard will open
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