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  • Blog Post: How to run Windows Explorer as a different user (so I can do admin work)

    As you probably know from my old posts, I log into my Windows computers with a normal user account (I’m not an Administrator and I’m not a Power User). I recently came across a nice switch for Windows Explorer: “/separate”. It allows me to run Windows Explorer in a separate process using different...
  • Blog Post: What do you want to know about transactions?

    Please don't hesitate to send me your suggestions or questions or topics you would like to be discussed in this blog. You can post a comment to this post or use http://blogs.msdn.com/florinlazar/contact.aspx to let me know. I'll prioritize the list and cover as much as I can.
  • Blog Post: MSDN Product Feedback Center

    You've found a bug in a Microsoft product, and you don't know where to report it? Use MSDN Product Feedback Center http://lab.msdn.microsoft.com/productfeedback/default.aspx to submit it. You can collaborate with Microsoft developers, MVPs, and beta testers to identify problems and workarounds, and then...
  • Blog Post: MSDTC and Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1 Release Candidate

    The Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1 Release Candidate is available for download at http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2003/downloads/servicepacks/sp1/default.mspx The MSDTC changes are similar to the ones described at http://blogs.msdn.com/florinlazar/archive/2004/06/18/159127.aspx In addition...
  • Blog Post: Windows Server Roadmap

    Bob Muglia presents the Windows Server roadmap: http://www.winsupersite.com/showcase/muglia_winserver.asp . He also mentions Indigo twice.
  • Blog Post: The History of... Microsoft Windows

    I always enjoyed reading history. I like to see how things evolved. Sometimes there are funny stories, sometimes there are sad stories. But there is always something to learn from history. It is sad we don't have the time and physical capacity to learn the entire history of humanity. Now I wonder: oh...
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