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  • Blog Post: MSDN Video discussing improved queue handling in MSMQ 5.0

    Here's a short (3 minute) video from December covering an improvement on performance introduced in MSMQ 5.0. I'm not sure it's worth the coverage as the number of systems with vast numbers of queues is pretty small but there you go. Microsoft Message Queuing (MSMQ) - Improved Queue Handling ...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Video demonstrating MSMQ 5.0 and SHA-2 incompatibility

    Just noticed that MSMQ is featured on Microsoft Showcase as part of the "Windows 7 - Known Incompatibilites" series. Microsoft Message Queuing (MSMQ) - SHA-2 is the default Hash Algorithm, and how to overcome it This 8 minute video, voiced by Nancy Strickland , covers the changes to the default...
  • Blog Post: If you're interested in solving "Insufficient Resources" problems with MSMQ ...

    then you definitely want to read these blog posts by Mark Russinovich: Pushing the Limits of Windows: Physical Memory Pushing the Limits of Windows: Virtual Memory Pushing the Limits of Windows: Paged and Nonpaged Pool Pushing the Limits of Windows: Processes and Threads Pushing the...
  • Blog Post: MSMQ 5.0 - Changes introduced with Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2

    Quick clarification point to prevent confusion: MSMQ 5.0 means Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 MSMQ 4.0 means Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 'R1' Currently there doesn't seem to be much to worry about - business as usual for most customer. There are two items of interest, though...
  • Blog Post: Sweet stuff in Windows 7 and IE 8

    Working inside Microsoft means you hear a lot of noise about new products. Sometimes it's like a background roar and you need to block it out so you can focus on your job. To reach people like me (the "yeah, whatever" group), there's compulsory on-line training to work through. Sometimes it contains...
  • Blog Post: Windows Server 2008 Core installation (MSMQ batteries not included)

    Windows Server 2008 comes with an option to install just the bare components necessary, something customers have been asking for for many years. I quote from MSDN : "Server Core is a minimal server installation option for computers running on the Windows Server 2008 operating system. Server...
  • Blog Post: "How do I install MSMQ 4.0 on my Windows 2003 server?"

    [[Updated 6th February, 2009]] Simple answer - you don't. MSMQ is part of the operating system so you cannot install a different version to the one that came with it: Version of MSMQ Operating system 1.0 Windows NT4, Windows 95/98/Me 2.0 Windows 2000 3.0 ...
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