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  • craigrow

    How easy is this: installing additional drivers

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    One of the things that became very obvious while working with customers last week was that our support for adding drivers via ASI isgoing to be critical. Here are two common scenarios I saw. Install the ASI server. Copy Windows XP to the server...
  • Virtual Earth & MapPoint B2B

    Virtual Earth Integration with MWS

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    I spent some time recently working on a Virtual Earth store locator application. It's not production level code, but it works! Check it out: http://demo.mappoint.net/vemws/ . For those who are interested, I'm geocoding the input with MapPoint's Web...
  • simon.says

    PDC Next Week!

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    Well, it's been a while since I posted. Instead of making excuses about lavish vacations (of which there are none!), I thought I would instead tell you about PDC next week in LA: If you've been following the current agenda of sessions, I don't have...
  • David Kline

    Resetting the source code associations in the Visual Studio debugger

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    Have you ever been debugging and found yourself looking at the wrong source code? Typically, this happens to me when I just hit the escape key at the dialog prompting me for the source file. I was recently asked how to reset the source code association...
  • Leo's Rantings

    se o Pablo pode, eu também posso :-) (PDC05)

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    Hoje descobri que Pablo Fernicola está escrevendo o seu blog em não um, não dois, mas três idiomas -- e um deles é o português! E por que não? A gente pode morar nos Estados Unidos, mas têm muitos brasileiros aqui (aliás, "aqui" é o mundo todo quando...
  • Fabulous Adventures In Coding

    Implementing Event Handling, Part One

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    Back in February I posted a bit about how script hosts such as Windows Script Host dynamically hook up event sources (objects) to event sinks (chunks of script that run when the event fires.) It has become apparent from some questions I've received recently...
  • canthe's WebLog

    Episode III: The Backup Strikes Back

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    Somehow I managed to get home, crawl into bed, get 6 hours of sleep, and then get up to immediately drive back to the business site to be there by 9:30 AM. Fortunately my morning schedule was pretty open, so I felt that I could hang around for a couple...
  • IEBlog

    Phishing Filter in IE7

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    Hi, my name is Tariq Sharif and I am a Program Manager on the IE Security team. One of the threats users face on the web is phishing. Today, I want to tell you about the Phishing Filter in IE7, a new security feature designed to dynamically warn users...
  • Brian Groth's Life at Microsoft

    Balanced Scorecard

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    I recently finished reading Balanced Scorecard Step-by-Step by Paul R. Niven and if you manage any part of a business, then I highly suggest reading this book. It’s pretty dry reading, but the concepts and how he guides you through it are very good. Of...
  • canthe's WebLog

    Hanging out at SMB Nation

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    So before I continue my saga on my experience as a partner, I thought I'd post a quick comment about the ongoing SMB Nation conference currently happening on the Microsoft campus at the Microsoft Conference Center. So far it's been great as a Microsoft...
  • Windows Installer Team Blog

    Who are you Hem?

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    I have been with the Windows Installer team (i.e. MSI Team) for three years now. During this time I helped the team ship XPSP2 (MSI 3.0), 2003 SP1 (MSI 3.1) and now Vista (MSI 4.0). It has been a rewarding experience working with this dev team. When...
  • robgruen's WebLog

    Yes, autocomplete....but not that one!! A little known fact about AutoComplete

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    I really like AutoComplete , it's such a great feature. However every now an then I have a miss-spelling or something else that I'd rather not have in my autocomplete list. It totally screws the down arrow once, tab, entire sequence. This can be really...
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