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  • daclark's WebLog

    ZTP works with MIIS, not against.

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    One of the most commonly asked questions I get around Zero Touch Provisioning directly relates to Identity and Access Management ( a common provisioning scenario). Microsoft Identity Integration Server (MIIS) is the Microsoft product focused on IDM. To...
  • Lori Pearce's WebLog

    PSDK and VC6--What's up with that?

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    I have received several questions and lots of concerns about the latest PSDK (updated forWindows Server 2003 SP1) not supporting VC6. There is one very good reason for that--improved security. MelindaK, the release manager for the PSDK, explains as follows...
  • dougturn's WebLog

    Charlotte Code Camp random thoughts

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    Marley Gray and Maxim Karpov ended up edging out the speaker evals, when the smoke settled. But it's hard to overlook the other speakers, since there were apparently no bad sessions all day. And kudos to the volunteers. Eric Notheisen, Bill Jones,...
  • daclark's WebLog

    Using ZTP with Windows Server 2003 SP1

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    After installing Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1, the default security settings for MSDTC and DCOM must be modified to allow BizTalk and ZTP to work properly. Change the MSDTC Security Configuration settings and DCOM permissions on each server the...
  • dougturn's WebLog

    Indigo Roadshow is coming to Atlanta!

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    David Chappell will be in town to deliver a talk about Indigo to our humble VB.NET Study group on May18th. The meeting will take place at the Microsoft campus in Alpharetta: http://www.microsoft.com/mscorp/info/usaoffices/southeast/alpharetta.mspx...
  • Stan's WWWeblog

    Stan the Man

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    This weekend I had this weird stretch of hours where every show that I watched live or recorded, such as The Simpsons, Seinfeld, and The Family Guy had a character named Stan or Stanley in it. Very weird and mystical. Plus there were those All State Insurance...
  • Michael Howard's Web Log

    Is Microsoft IIS 6.0 more secure than Apache HTTP Server 2.0?

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    A couple of months ago I presented at an event called the "Microsoft Technology Summit" to some very smart folks who focus primarily on non-Microsoft technologies. I outlined the security process stuff we're doing here (Security Development Lifecycle...
  • Michiel Wories' WebLog

    Sql Server: Everything you always wanted to know about SMO Connections

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    There are several ways of controlling connections in SMO -- you can control pretty much any aspect of a SMO connection. Pooled connections Let's take a look at a typical way how you would obtain a connection using a simple C# sample: ...
  • Kirk Evans Blog

    CLR Team at the Atlanta C# User Group

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    The CLR team is speaking at the Atlanta C# User Group. Tonight just simply rocked. Kit George opened the show tonight by demonstrating the new GC.MemoryPressure API as well as the newly added TryParse method on value types. And one of my favorite demos...
  • hari's WebLog

    SDK Samples now available for download

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    As I promised in my last post, we've made the samples from the .NET Framework SDK 2.0 Beta 2 available for download at http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=0F58989B-C02D-43D1-AB89-1C0B0B68741A&displaylang=en This includes all the...
  • dougturn's WebLog

    Congrats to Justin Smith on joining Wintellect

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    A very strong company just got stronger. Hey Justin, remember me when you're famous, dude.
  • John R. Durant's WebLog

    XPath- multiple criteria in a contains() expression

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    There are times when working on technical projects where you hit a roadblock. There is some technical glitch, and you begin doing newsgroup searches using every keyword permutation you can think of. You know you can do some kind of work-around, but you...
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