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  • Extending Visual Studio

    Setting up the Arm emulator to access network ressources

    How to configure the Device Emulator so that it has Internet connectivity: Note: This is written with the RTM version of Visual Studio 2005 in mind, but the procedures should be very similar for the standalone version of the Device Emulator or a beta...
  • Rob Caron

    Visual Studio Team System Song

    I have no clue what they're saying, but I think it's cool nonetheless: [via David Lemphers and Joe Sango ] I'm so out of touch... John Lawrence had this posted last month with translation.
  • Extending Visual Studio

    Ntfs.sys XP Fun

    Two weeks ago, I had one of my SATA drive fail on my main home machine. This pc has an ASUS A7N8x board. I didn’t believe it was a hardware failure as this disk is pretty new. Unfortunately, the experience was pretty time consuming. This 200 GB drive...
  • Extending Visual Studio

    First blog

    This is my first MSDN blog entry so I will use it to present the future content of this blog and a little description of myself. No blog would be complete without a bit of self promotion. I have been a software developer engineer in test or SDET for...
  • Software Development and Deployment

    Who I am, what I do, what will be here

    Hi All! My name is Krzysztof Wilkosz. I am a Program Manager in Developer Division Setup. At the moment of writing these words I am responsible for the uninstall tools that allow you to make the step from Betas, CTPs to the final release of Visual...
  • simon.says

    Ron's Webcast on Windows Workflow Foundation

    Ron sat down with John Evdemon (Architecture team) and Paul Andrew (Windows Workflow Foundation) in his Webcast today. Well worth a listen to understand how Windows Workflow Foundation can affect your architectural decisions, although to be honest my...
  • Community and Influencers Blog

    WSE 3.0 - Performance

    Looking to increase the performance of your Web Services? By upgrading from WSE 2.0 to WSE 3.0 you and your Web Service consumers will get a significan improvement in performance. Also by upgrading to WSE 3.0 you will be in a good shape to tackle Windows...
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    One root cause identified for protected content playback errors in Update Rollup 2 for Media Center 2005

    As I have previously described here and here , some folks have run into problems playing protected content after installing Update Rollup 2 for Media Center 2005 . Our team has identified one potential root cause for this problem and I wanted to outline...
  • Outside The Cube

    Nope - not StartSomethingPoliticallyCorrect ;-) Check out - cool new PC designs - you can vote on which one you think is the sweetest design (requires Passport login).
  • Steve Rowe's Blog

    Blog Meltdown?

    I've noticed a trend recently. Or, at least I think I have. I have certainly noticed a few datapoints that look like a trend. Blog software is failing to scale. For all the penetration of blogs and the millions of people hosting them, they are starting...
  • NathanA's Mostly Web Services Blog

    New WSE 3 articles

    Here's some of the latest about WSE 3 in the news: Microsoft hails security focus in Web services package MSDN TV on WSE 3.0
  • UACBlog

    Gaming with Least-Privileged User Accounts

    This article describes how games developers can author Microsoft Windows games that work well with least-privileged user accounts (also known as limited-user accounts).
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