Charles Caison

Charles Caison is an instructor with 32X. He has authored and coauthored articles about software development and NT Server administration. He is currently coauthoring a book about IIS.

Articles by Charles Caison
MSMQ to the Rescue 6
MSMQ's reliable message-queuing keeps applications online during system maintenance.
Optimizing Microsoft Transaction Server
Tips for preventing MTS from overburdening your network.
MTS Security
MTS lets any user who can log on to an MTS machine modify objects in the MTS hierarchy pane. However, to make your system secure, you need to give administrative permissions for the MTS Explorer only to users who need those permissions.
Administering MTS
MTS lets you run single-user apps as multiuser apps, and provides security, automatic transactions, and easy-to-use interface.
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