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  1. Windows Vista for Mobile Computers Overview

  2. Overview • Configuring Mobile Computer Settings • Configuring Mobile Devices • Configuring Power Options

  3. Configuring Mobile Computer Settings • What Are Mobile Computers? • The Types of Mobile Computers • Options for Selecting Mobile Computer Settings • What Are Mobile Computer Sync Partnerships? • Demonstration: Configuring Mobile Computer Settings • Guidelines for Configuring Mobile Computer Settings

  4. What Are Mobile Computers? A mobile computer is a computer that can be used away from the office without impeding its functionality Mobile Computers

  5. The Types of Mobile Computers Laptops and Notebook computers Tablet PCs Ultra Mobile PCs

  6. Options for Selecting Mobile Computer Settings

  7. What Are Mobile Computer Sync Partnerships?

  8. Demonstration: Configuring Mobile Computer Settings Your instructor will demonstrate how to: • Use the Windows Mobility Center • Configure Personalization Settings • Use Sync Center

  9. Guidelines for Configuring Mobile Computer Settings Performance Over Appearance ü Security Whilst Mobile ü Establish Sync Partnerships ü

  10. Configuring Mobile Devices • Available Types of Mobile Devices • The Options for Choosing Mobile Device Settings • What is Bluetooth? • What Are Mobile Device Sync Partnerships? • Demonstration: Configuring a Mobile Device • Guidelines for Configuring a Windows Mobile Device

  11. Available Types of Mobile Devices

  12. The Options for Choosing Mobile Device Settings

  13. What is Bluetooth?

  14. What Are Mobile Device Sync Partnerships?

  15. Demonstration: Configuring a Mobile Device Your instructor will demonstrate how to: • Configure a Windows Mobile Device • Configure Windows Mobile Device Center

  16. Configuring Power Options • Options for Controlling Power Usage • Power Management by Using Power Plans • The Power-Saving Options • The Define Power Options and Turn On Password Protection Tool • Demonstration: Configuring Power Options • Guidelines for Configuring Power Options • Configuring Mobile Computers

  17. The Options for Controlling Power Usage

  18. Power Management by Using Power Plans PERFORMANCE HIGH PERFORMANCE BALANCED POWER SAVER POWER USAGE

  19. The Power-Saving Options

  20. The Define Power Options and Turn On Password Protection Tool

  21. Demonstration: Configuring Power Options Your instructor will demonstrate how to: • Select a Power Plan • Request a password on wakeup • Choose what the power button does • Choose what closing the lid does • Create a power plan • Choose when to turn off the display • Change when the computer sleeps

  22. Guidelines for Configuring Power Options Make Use of Power Plans ü Customize Plans for Your Organization ü Educate Users ü

  23. Configuring Tablet PC Settings

  24. Overview • Configuring Windows Vista Tablet PC Settings • Configuring Pen and Input Devices

  25. Configuring Windows Vista Tablet PC Settings • The Advantages of Using a Tablet PC • Windows Vista Tablet PC Settings • Configuring the Tablet PC Settings • Guidelines for Configuring Tablet PC Settings

  26. The Advantages of Using a Tablet PC • Pen Support • Touch Screen Support • Handwriting Recognition • Innovative Hardware • Flicks • Handwriting Recognition Personalization Tool • Touch Pointer

  27. Windows Vista Tablet PC Settings • General • Handedness • Calibration • Handwriting Recognition • Personalized Recognizer • Automatic Learning • Display • Orientation • Sequence • Other • Pen and Input

  28. Guidelines for Configuring Tablet PC Settings Use the Correct Handedness ü Use the Correct Orientation ü Use Handwriting Recognition Automatic Learning ü

  29. Configuring Pen and Input Devices • What Are Tablet PC Input Devices? • Pen and Input Devices Settings • Using the Pen and Input Devices Tool

  30. What Are Tablet PC Input Devices? • Touch Screen • Stylus or Pen • Digitizer • Mouse

  31. Pen and Input Devices Settings • Pen Options • Pen Actions • Pen Buttons • Pointer Options • Dynamic Feedback • Pointer options • Flicks • Enable Flicks • Adjust Sensitivity • Practice Flicks

  32. Networking Mobile Computers

  33. Overview • Networking Without Wires • Connecting to a Wireless Network • Working with Offline Files

  34. Networking Without Wires • What Is a Wireless Network? • Wireless Network Technologies • Wireless Network Security Options

  35. What Is a Wireless Network? Uses radio waves instead of wires Enables users to roam Adds additional security headaches Ad hoc Infrastructure A wireless network: Wireless networks can work in 2 modes:

  36. Wireless Network Technologies

  37. Wireless Network Security Options Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) ü Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) ü 802.1x Authentication ü

  38. Connecting to a Wireless Network • Hardware for Connecting to a Wireless Network • Wireless Signal Strength • Connecting to a Wireless Network • The Process for Troubleshooting a Wireless Network Connection

  39. Hardware for Connecting to a Wireless Network Connect and configure a WAP ü Configure a client computer to connect to the wireless network ü

  40. Wireless Signal Strength To improve signal strength, move the computer: Closer to the WAP ü Away from devices that might cause interference ü

  41. The Process for Troubleshooting a Wireless Network Connection To run the Windows Network Diagnostics: Attempt to connect to a network 1 Diagnose the connection 2 Review the information 3 Identify the problem 4 Resolve the problem 5

  42. Working with Offline Files • What Are Offline Files? • The Options for Configuring Offline Files • The Options for Making a Network File Available Offline • Accessing Offline Files by Using Windows Vista

  43. What Are Offline Files? With Offline Files you can take your computer off the network and still have access to shared files

  44. The Options for Configuring Offline Files

  45. The Options for Making a Network File Available Offline With Offline Settings you can choose how your computers makes files available to computers with Offline Files configured

  46. Demonstration: Accessing Offline Files by Using Windows Vista Your instructor will demonstrate how to: • Setup an offline share • Access offline files • Edit offline files • Sync offline files