Hayward's New England Gazetteer contains descriptions of nearly 10,000 places-counties, towns, villages, rivers, bays, streams, islands, and so forth-scattered among this six-state region. The descriptions are full or spare, by design. However, at a minimum, the descriptions include, in the case of communities, the date of the locality's founding or incorporation, precise location, population and principal industry in 1837, and something about the history; or, with respect to bodies of water, they include its source and terminus, the region traversed by it, uses to which settlers have put it, and sometimes a historical anecdote that occurred there.
SYSTEM CENTER CONFIGURATION MANAGER 2007 R3 COMPLETE covers everything from design and planning options, to implementation, configuration, and management of Configuration Manager. If you are in the process of evaluating Configuration Manager and the impact it may have in your environment, this book details the requirements and implementation information you need. If you're new to Configuration Manager, you will find detailed management and configuration options. If you already have Systems Management Server or an earlier release version of Configuration Manager, you will learn about all of the new features and how to use them effectively. The 21 chapters that make up this book reflect the components within Configuration Manager and outline how to implement and manage each of those components. Each chapter gets right to the details without a lot of extraneous information, allowing you to pick up the book and start digesting the pertinent information quickly and easily. The first section will familiarize you with the key features of Configuration Manager and the planning options for deployment. Next, the book covers the deployment of a single site structure and a multiple site hierarchy. Section three covers the features of Configuration Manager. Lastly, the book covers how to maintain and troubleshoot Configuration Manager sites.