Mark Eddins

Mark
Eddins

Mark Eddins is a certified instructor with Alpha Technologies, a Microsoft Solution Provider Partner and Microsoft Authorized Technical Education Center in Piscataway, New Jersey.

Articles
Microsoft Site Server 3.0 Commerce Edition 1
SSCE provides the tools and capabilities that greatly simplify putting up an Internet storefront.
Optimizing Dynamic Web Content for IIS
Adjust your Web content to optimize the performance of your IIS server.
Supplement: Report from the 1998 Microsoft Technical Briefing
A report from Microsoft's annual Winter Briefing.
Systems Management Server Customization and Integration 2
Learn how you can use SMS to distribute software to 50,000 users.
The MIF: SMS's Workhorse
The MIF architectures and identification of groups.
Creating Your Own DLL
Here is how to create your own DLL with custom graphic resources.
Customizing Graphics for SMS Custom Inventory Objects 1
A custom DLL that replaces the default graphics in SMS lets you create custom bitmap and icon graphics to represent your inventory objects.
SMS and Desktop Management Interface
Updates and support for new releases from DMI.
Customizing Systems Management Server 4
When you're setting up an SMS inventory management system, Management Information Files (MIFs) let you define what you want to keep track of.
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