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I previously wrote a blog post describing a set of supplemental Windows Vista Media Center project templates for Visual Studio 2005 and 2008 that can be installed on a system that already has the Windows Vista Media Center SDK installed to give you some development options that are not currently available in the SDK.
I have updated this set of project templates to include the following changes from the initial package that I posted:
The updated supplemental project template MSI is available at http://astebner.sts.winisp.net/Tools/mce_project_templates.zip. If you install it on a system that had the previous version installed, it will automatically upgrade you to the new version. In addition, this MSI is designed to co-exist side-by-side with the Media Center SDK, so installing and uninstalling either one will not harm the other.
I'm working with Charlie so that we can hopefully include some of these new templates in a future edition of the SDK as well. If/when that happens, I'll make sure that side-by-side co-existence continues to work there too.
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Thank you for coming to my Media Center for Developers lecture. I hope that now you have a better understanding