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  • VinceX.NET's WebLog

    SQL Server 2005 in the .NET Show...

    The .NET Show: SQL Server 2005 James Hamilton and Tom Rizzo discuss specific features and capabilities of SQL Server 2005 that allow programmers, as well as database developers, to create better database-oriented solutions.
  • [Ryan Rogers]

    CopyCat: Using Built-in WebServices to Copy Document Library Permissions Across Servers

    Here's a sample console application written in C# which will copy the permissions from one document library to another using the built-in Permissions.asmx WebService. Note that this sample does not account for cross-domain use, etc. This will *only* work...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Windows Embedded Haiku.

    I received my first e-mail about the Windows Embedded Jingles and Adverts - this isn't quite a jingle, but is pretty cool... It's a Haiku – read on… Component of thought, operating so smoothly: Device of the mind. Thanks Ruth...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Windows XP Embedded - Horm

    Are you interested in Hibernate Once Resume Many (HORM) - this is a new feature in Windows XP Embedded SP2 - there's a great article on MSDN that discusses HORM . – Mike
  • [Ryan Rogers]

    Alert Me: Parameters Passed to SearchAlertType.GetAlertCreationLink()

    The SDK documents the GetAlertCreationLink() method as part of every class in the Microsoft.SharePoint.Portal.Alerts namespace. However, if we want to utilize this method in some way -- for example, to generate our own "Alert Me" link on a custom search...
  • .NET Security Blog

    Safely Impersonating Another User

    Yesterday I posted a bit of code that shows how to impersonate another user in managed code. However, that code had a subtle security hole waiting to bite you if you used it directly. Both Dean and Eric found the problem. In fact Eric reminded me of a...
  • The Galactic Patrol

    Interested in Indigo?

    I've been posting some comments about Indigo on my other blog - feel free to subscribe if you're interested in Indigo. Here are some of the Indigo entries I've written: http...
  • David L's Blog

    Dynomite! It's VSTS, and it look guuud!

    With the anticipation of a small child or myself at Easter, I gleefully fired up the Beta 2 VPC's of Visual Studio 2005 Team System. Well, didn't I receive a wonderful surprise! It's all shiny and new, just like my blog :) I've been interested to see...
  • tjlau's WebLog

    new job: product manager for MOM and SMS --> product planner for Windows Embedded!

    I've transitioned from working on product management for Microsoft's enterprise management products to working on product planning for Windows Embedded. My new responsibilities are all about helping our Windows CE and Windows XP Embedded teams figure...
  • Dave Massy's Blog

    More secure

    UPDATE! 2/24/05 8:58AM PST Some comments reflect the fact that my post below can be misunderstood. I'd like to clarify. IE is an essential part of the Windows Operating system. Nothing I say in my post below is meant to imply otherwise. In the sentence...
  • Blaise Pascal Tine's WebLog

    Case Insensitive String Replacement in .NET

    The current Replace method of the string object in .NET version 1.0 and version 1.1 doesn’t support case insensitive comparison. To resolve this issue, many people simply use the ToLower() or ToUpper() methods to work around this issue: Ex: string str...
  • JasonMcC's WebLog

    A bit more about my new role

    Well, I’m into my third week here at Redmond . It’s been quite a buzz to date I can tell you. I’ve had two pretty urgent projects fall on my desk from day 1 and I’m grateful for being an international transfer rather than a new starter to Microsoft because...
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