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  • Windows Small Business Server Documentation

    Hosting an Internet Web site

    It is recommended that you do not host your Internet Web site on a computer running Windows SBS. The server is a domain controller and provides all the services to your network. Therefore, to minimize the resource impact of hosting a Web site, it is recommended...
  • A CRM Riff

    Wanna Show Off at PDC 2005?

    Mike Swanson blogs that there may be a " show off " session at PDC 2005 . Here a chance for you and your company to make a splash with industry peers looking on. If you are interested, let Mike know.
  • Richard Seroter - SoCal BizTalk Musings

    SMTP Fun With BizTalk Server 2006

    Doing anything particularly fancy with the SMTP adapter in BizTalk Server 2004 often involved invoking helper classes (like SMTPUtils) or the like. I spent time this weekend (yes, this weekend) working with the SMTP adapter for some material I'm presenting...
  • The App Compat Guy

    Selection and Evolutionary Arms Races

    Selection is the basis by which evolution can develop the enormously complicated systems that exist today. The underlying principal is non-random selection of random mutations. In any organism, there is some degree of genetic drift. Despite the built...
  • Hirlpoo West

    Mmmm Coffee

    Though it has been open since April, I’ve only just discovered the new Dunn Bros. Coffee shop on Capitol in Pewaukee. Those from the Minneapolis area will know this place for sure. For the initiated Dunn Bros claim to fame is how freshly roasted the coffee...
  • The Old New Thing

    On being attacked by a sidewalk

    They lie in wait....
  • The Old New Thing

    The poor man's way of identifying memory leaks

    Using the principle of the target-rich environment....
  • hughpyle

    GWS Application: See It Run!

    Having covered the security pre-requisites , we can build an application which actually runs. In Part 1 I built a basic Outlook addin with a form triggered by clicking a button. Then Part 2 added the basics of Groove Web Services access. Now add...
  • hughpyle

    GWS Security

    Access to a Groove workstation is controlled by the account passphrase; once the account is unlocked, you can create workspaces, and read and modify data within all your workspaces (according to the permissions you have in those workspaces). Similarly...
  • Glen's old blog

    MSDN Event and .NET Pub Club this week - Raleigh and Charlotte

    After not being there for a year, I am looking forward to being back in Raleigh for the MSDN Event. It's at the Hilton North Raleigh. Register for the event if you haven't already. And following the MSDN event, we'll be having a .NET Pub Club at a nearby...
  • Paul Maher's Blog

    Books of the Month!

    Well I don't know about you, but I usually get through several technical books each month. Some I read cover to cover, others I flick through and then there are of course those books which gather dust and are purely for show - I mean reference! ...
  • Paul Maher's Blog

    Are you a Developer Security Expert?

    Do you consider yourself to be a Developer, who is an expert in the field of Application Security? If the answer is YES , then I would love to hear from you. We have several Security initiatives underway, and YOU could add value to these programs...
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