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  • Mai-lan's Visio Blog

    Getting back to blog commentors...

    Just a reminder: If you post a comment to me through the blog's Contact form, remember to put your email ! I've gotten comments from folks who ask a question that I'd like to respond to, but the poster forgets to provide their email or gives a wrong address...
  • Mai-lan's Visio Blog

    Summary Reporting on Shape Properties in a Visio Diagram

    Visio shapes often host properties in which users add details about the shape. For example, a network server shape in Visio 2003 lets you store IP address, server location, MAC address, and other information about the server. (You can access Shape Properties...
  • The Visual Basic Team

    Some beta 2 feature changes

    We’ve heard a lot of great feedback from VB developers about the Whidbey product this year, in many different ways. We visited a bunch of cities on our world wide user group tour ( ); we’ve read blogs and newsgroups;...
  • BCL Team Blog

    PerformanceCounters: single instance, multi-instance and WMI [David Gutierrez]

    Performance counter categories come in one of two modes: single instance and multi-instance. If you want your category to be visible through WMI, it's important to know the difference. A single instance category has only one machine wide value for each...
  • Mike Kostersitz's WebLog

    MPS available on Windows Server 2003

    Boy have we been busy lately. Working with the group in Microsoft who owns the MPF Engine we made it happen. The last Windows 2000 dependency in the Solutions for Windows Based Hosting is history, or at least will soon be ... Beginning with the release...
  • Mike Kostersitz's WebLog

    MPS and Control Panels

    As I said already this is going to be about MPS and Provisioning Microsoft Service products in the Service Provider market. So one of the questions I get asked all the time is "Why does Microsoft not ship a Control Panel Application with it's Solutions...
  • Bing it on

    Winter project is here!

    Very nice MSDN Magazine article by Duncan Mackenzie in which he defines and builds a generic tool (containing multiple utilities) to automatically upload documents to a client from a server with options to do various things after completion of the download...
  • Just Coding

    Amazon WS

    Last day at OOPSLA has started with Allan Vermeulen, CTO of Amazon WebServices. The talk has not been a technical one, instead Allan discover to Business Models behind the Amazon Web Service. All the demos were online showing different web sites that...
  • manish godse's Application Insights and remoting blog

    rejectRemoteRequests config switch on remoting channels

    You can add rejectRemoteRequests="true" on the server side tcp or http channels. With this set remoting will only allow connections from the loopback address and thus will reject cross machine calls. This is equivalent to setting bindTo="" or...
  • Point2Share

    Two great posts from colleagues at Microsoft UK

    Thought these two posts were worth pointing out, not just because they work with me at Microsoft UK: Graham "The Goldfish" Tyler An excellent article on SharePoint Database options: Nigel...
  • Jesper snackar dynga då och då. Här är beviset.


    Taking a sick day, I was bored enough to start cleaning up my hard drive at home. Man, I've got a lot of cheesy music - like: Beatles - Let It Brie Beyoncé/Sean Paul - BabyBel Black Moon - What Gouda do? Bruce Springsteen - Edam raised a Cain; You Can...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Awesome article on how a hacker can compromise a network

    Jesper Johansson just posted an article in TechNet magazine describing how a hacker might take over your network. One tidbit from the conclusions: Once a network has been thoroughly hacked, the system administrator has three options: update their resume...
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