The following typographical conventions are used in this book:
Introduces new terms and indicates URLs, commands, file extensions, filenames, directory or folder names, and UNC pathnames.
Indicates command-line elements, computer output, code examples, methods, variables, functions, properties, objects, events, statements, procedures, values, loops, and formulas formatted as equations.
Constant width italic
Indicates placeholders (for which you substitute an actual name) in examples and in registry keys.
Constant width bold
Indicates user input.
Indicates a tip, suggestion, or general note. For example, we'll tell you whether you need to use a particular software version or whether an operation requires certain privileges.