• Andrew Lynes' WebLog

    Using .NET Code to Set a Windows Service to Automatically Restart on Failure

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    This one popped up this week as I was investigating why a particular Windows service written in .NET 1.1 was terminating. After a quick MSN search, I only came up with a few fragments of C#, but not a complete solution. In attempting my own implementation...
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    Using MS Project with TFS

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    My current customer uses Project Server to track software development projects. One of the considerations for a TFS roll-out is how the two server technologies interact. Yes, there is a degree of integration with MS Project, but what has to be done for...
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    Regionalising a TFS Process Template (Pt 2)

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    In my previous post, I described how to create a new SharePoint global template with the correct settings for your region. For those already familiar with SharePoint, this is probably nothing new. The next step however is to link the new SharePoint template...
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    Regionalising a TFS Process Template (Pt 1)

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    I'm currently deploying TFS for a customer in Australia . One thing that stood out was that for every newly created Team Project SharePoint site, the time zone information was wrong. Setting the "Default Time Zone" in the "Virtual Server Default Settings...
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    Hello

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    I've finally bitten the bullet and created a blog on MSDN. I'm a developer consultant that's been working in the .NET space since the Beta days. On this blog, expect to see ramblings on things such as TFS, SmartClients, WCF and anything else .NET....
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