Looking at Server Explorer


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Looking at Server Explorer

For this movie, I need to run Visual Studio as an administrator. Let me show you how to do that again. I am going to go to my Start menu, find my shortcut to Visual Studio, right-click on it, and choose Run as administrator. Now that I'm inside Visual Studio, I need to open a project, by going to File > Open > Project/Solution. Go to your Exercise File folder > Chapter 2 > Movie 7 and then open the Server Explorer folder and then load the ServerExplorer.sln file and click Open.

The Server Explorer lives over here on the left side of the screen. It provides a way to explore hardware resources on your local computer. And if you are on a network, it also permits access to computers and services on remote computers. You can see, in my Server Explorer, one computer, which is the local computer. If I expand this node, you'll see several sections. There is the event logs, the management classes, messaging queues, and many more. I am going to show you today the Event Logs an...

Looking at Server Explorer
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Looking at Server Explorer provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by Walt Ritscher as part of the Visual Studio 2010 Essential Training

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