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  • Blog Post: Virtual Classroom : Building Web Apps with ASP.NET Jump Start

    Hi there, You can join this Jump Start session provided by Microsoft Virtual Academy – it’s tailored for experienced application developers interested in leveraging ASP.NET and Visual Studio 2012 to offer modern apps that target modern browsers. Two of Microsoft’s most seasoned ASP.NET speakers, Scott...
  • Blog Post: An insight @ Internet Explorer 10 Platform Preview

    IE10 – Platform Preview ? IE10 Platform Preview is released periodically to give web developers, designers, and enthusiasts an advanced look at what’s to come in the next major release of Internet Explorer. Want to try IE 10 Platform Preview ? If you want to download and try Internet Explorer Platform...
  • Blog Post: MIX 11: Hardware-accelerated HTML5, IE9 & Mango

    Last March 2010 @ MIX 10, we (MS) announced Hardware-Accelerated HTML5, Pushes Boundaries on Web and Cloud Development. Also MS released first platform preview for Windows Internet Explorer 9, highlights commitments to jQuery, OData, expanded support for HTML5, hardware-accelerated graphics and text...
  • Blog Post: Security/Privacy: How safe are you while you browse web?

    Do you know the new feature “Tracking Protection” of Internet Explorer? It is the new privacy feature in Internet Explorer 9 designed to help keep third-party websites from tracking your Web behavior. With Tracking Protection, consumers can filter content in a page that may have an impact...
  • Blog Post: While try to log into an Exchange 2003 mailbox by using WebDAV program, you receive a 401 status code in IE

    When the user tried to access a Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 mailbox by using a program that uses Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV), Internet Explorer throws 401 HTTP status code. During investigation we found that we may not be able to access the mailbox. Also we notice that the mailbox...
  • Blog Post: Monitoring Event Sink # 31: Why Exchange Explorer doesn’t work ?

    One of my customer reported that in one of his machine, the exchange explorer (available part of Exchange SDK) stop responding. But the same work in his rest of the machines. During the research, we found the following known issues (stop responding, doesn’t display etc) with exchange explorer:...
  • Blog Post: Why Windows Vista based client prompts to enter your credentials when you access an FQDN site?

    One of my customer reported that whenever he tries to use Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDav) to access a fully qualified domain names (FQDN) site. But he is prompted to enter the credentials, even though the user account that we are using has sufficient permission to access this site....
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