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  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Code Camp 4 – Developers Gone Wild!

    Well it looks like everyone is back from vacation and the sessions are starting to come in. We have some pretty good ones so far and more to post up. Check out the sessions If you want to submit sessions make sure to return the form here ...
  • David Wang

    Why can I upload a file without IIS Write Permission?

    A frequently misunderstood aspect of IIS is that disabling "Write" permissions from IIS Management UI actually prevents anyone from writing files to the server through IIS (such as upload files). This is clearly not the case, as the following question...
  • Quan To's Visual Studio Extensibility blog

    We fixed the regtlbv12.exe errors!

    A couple of weeks ago, I posted a blog about regtlb errors with a workaround. To summarize, when installing the .NET Framework, we have roughly 10 TLB files we register through oleaut. When registering those files, the registry is locked and the...
  • Quan To's Visual Studio Extensibility blog

    Visual Studio 2005 Express August CTP are available

    The August CTP for Visual Studio Express SKUs are now available at: This is the last Express CTP before we release the final bits in November so try them out and send us any feedback...
  • Windows Installer Team Blog

    What's wrong with my customization of Add Remove Programs?

    Question We’re trying to install our MSI without having it listed in Add/Remove Control Panel using (as per documentation I found in the MSDN): ARPSYSTEMCOMPONENT=1 We’ll then manually add an entry in the registry (CurrentVersion\Uninstall\...
  • Solutions Monkey

    Welcome to Solutions blogs!!!

    Hi there, I am Anandh Seshadri (in short, Anandh). I have been with Microsoft for more than 4 years, focusing on developing Content management and Enterprise Portal platforms for internal MS sales force. I have been in IT field for more than 10 years...
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    Tool to catch plagiarism

    If you copy somebody else's blog entry verbatim, credit the original author and link back to the original post. Sometimes I'll google my own topics to learn more about what other people have to say about it. I stumbled across some blatant plagiarism...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Zoo Two

    A few weeks ago, Bret, one of my PM friends (well, I call people like Bret friends since they're people that tolerate my presence), told me he was looking at my bicycle climb site and and saw a climb named "The Zoo". One day, he said, "I think I'd like...
  • Buck Hodges

    Why doesn't Team Foundation get the latest version of a file on checkout?

    I've seen this question come up a few times. Doug Neumann, our PM, wrote a nice explanation in the Team Foundation forum ( ). It turns out that this is by design, so let me explain the...
  • sano the super geek


    I just came across XAMLShare , a public wiki dedicated to providing various Windows Presentation Foundation (Avalon) code samples. There aren't many samples at the time, but hopefully the number will grow as WPF works its way into the mainstream.
  • Adam Nathan's Old Blog

    Bizarre college flashback

    Every once in awhile I come across a blog post that mentions my Interop book or, but this one is a first: For some reason, someone who goes by " Benzado " recently found and linked to a so-called "artificial intelligence" CS project I did...
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    How to manually reset folder and file permissions in Windows Explorer

    As I was typing out an earlier blog entry about resolving access denied (0x80070005) errors that can happen while installing the .NET Framework, I was intending to link to a post that listed the steps you can take to reset permissions (ACLs) for folders...
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