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  • manish godse's Application Insights and remoting blog

    remoting versioning

    There are two types of remotable objects, wellknown and client activated. The server controls which version of the type its publishing (either using registerwellknownservertype or using RemotingServices.Marshal). Whereas for client-activated objects the...
  • Getting the word out!

    Digital Music and AntiVirus problems

    My 2nd post - Face it I am not to good at this blogging bit. Hopefully this one helps somebody out so here goes. So I am slowly becoming a fan of (legal) music downloading via online music stores like and (now I am experimenting with...
  • Roberdan

    Link Outlook contacts to an Access database (x PG ;)

    • 5 Comments You can quickly copy or link to your Outlook contacts in an Access database, enabling you to work with your Outlook contacts in an Access database. Your Access data is kept up to date with...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Locking Sites

    There are many reasons that an Administrator may need to place a site lock. The most common reason seems to be maintenance. In case you need to apply a site lock the following are the steps necessary. Start the SharePoint Portal Server Administrator from...
  • Roberdan

    IMPORTANT: Microsoft Releases Service Pack 1 for SharePoint Products and Technologies

    Today, customers using Microsoft® SharePoint® Products and Technologies began applying two new Service Pack 1 (SP1) releases, which provide performance improvements for Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server 2003 and Microsoft Windows® SharePoint Services...
  • Harry Pierson's DevHawk Weblog

    Software Factories at OOPSLA

    Keith blogged about his hectic days since he returned from vacation. Getting a book published, preparing for a BillG review, you know all the usual stuff. :) I keep waiting for my hardcopy of Software Factories , and Keith wrote that it should hit...
  • TS Tidbits

    Manage Scope with Effective Engagement Letters

    Whether your firm is a large national consulting company or a small local shop, a well-written engagement letter can help you create realistic expectations. Good quick...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Kerberos flaw found...but no impact on Windows

    Guess sometimes it pays not to be a *nix derivative: Apparently, the Windows implementation of Kerberos is not affected because we re-implemented it from scratch based on the MIT specification, rather than...
  • jaredpar's WebLog


    Hello, I am Jared Parsons. I work on the Whitehorse team in Visual Studio. I'm involved with the application connection diagram code gen/sync, and the deployment report I'm starting this blog beacuse I want a good place to share my thoughts and ideas...
  • TS Tidbits

    Active Directory A to Z - 15 upcoming webcasts.

    Do you want to learn more about Active Directory? Mark your calendar for the Active Directory series for IT professionals and IT managers—15 webcasts that will cover Active Directory from A to Z.
  • edjez's WebLog

    A shameless request for your input - Validation Block

    One of the Application Blocks planned for a (future) release of Enterprise Library is Validation. I have been building a quick prototype to get our head around the scenarios it should address and how, and most importantly to expose assumptions and gaps...
  • Point2Share

    SharePoint Service Pack 1 Released

    SharePoint Portal Server Service Pack 1: Windows SharePoint Services Service Pack 1:
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