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Administering Speech Server
Setting the Application Precedence
Shutting Down or Starting Speech Server
Monitoring Speech Server
Analyzing Logged Data
Speech Server 2004
Getting Details about Running Services
MSSLogConfig Examples
MSSLogConfigstrong Syntax
Installing Log File Tools
Using Event Viewer
Using MSSLogConfig
Viewing Errors on a Remote Computer
Adding or Removing a Service
Assigning Analog Channels to Speech Applications
Assigning Telephony Channels to Speech Applications
Assigning Digital Channels to Speech Applications
Assigning Multiple Channels to a Single Application
Assigning Channels Across Multiple Web Servers
Managing Cached Resources for Speech Engine Services
Clearing Cached Resources for Telephony Application Services
Configuring Telephony Interface Manager
Configuring SES and TAS for Telephony Applications
Connecting to Another Computer
Creating a New Engine Configuration
Deleting an Engine Configuration
Creating or Removing a Group
About Engine Configurations
Assigning Access to Clients Sending Inline Grammars
Configuring Support for Additional Languages
Configuring Logging Options
Administering Speech Server Using MMC
Common Administrative Tasks
Modifying the Number of Available Engines
Modifying the Default Voice
Tuning Memory by Creating a Dedicated Engine Configuration
Tuning Memory Usage by Reducing Available Engines
Overview: Speech Engine Services Memory Usage
Optimizing Speech Engine Services (SES) Memory Usage
Replicating Speech Engine Services Settings
Replicating Telephony Application Services Settings
Running Server Scripts
ConfigurationDisplayProperties
ConfigurationSetProperty
DeploymentConfig
MSSLogConfig
PostInstallConfiguration
ReplicateSettings
UpdateLogging
Utils
Starting or Stopping Speech Engine Services
Starting or Stopping Telephony Application Services
Saving or Loading Speech Server Settings
Error Code Reference
Adding or Removing a Trusted Site
Configuring Speechify
Administering Speech Engine Services
Configuring Speech Engine Services
Configuring Speech Engines
Configuring Speech Services Security
Administering Telephony Application Services
Configuring Telephony Application Services
Optimizing Telephony Application Services
Administering Speech Application Deployment Service
Speech Server Performance Objects
Speech Engine Services DTMF Performance Counters
Monitoring Performance
Speech Engine Services Worker Process Performance Counters
Speech Engine Services Performance Counters
Speech Engine Services Text-to-Speech Performance Counters
Speech Engine Services Speech Recognition Performance Counters
Telephony Application Services Performance Counters
Process Recycles
Understanding Speech Server Events
Connecting to WMI Objects
Administering Speech Server Using WMI
Invoking WMI Object Methods
Getting and Setting WMI Object Properties
Using WMI Scripting with Speech Server
Understanding WMI Scripting
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