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  • Blog Post: Friday Five-July 19, 2013

    1. Resize a RichTextBox to fit its contents in C# By Visual Basic MVP Rod Stephens 2. ADFS 2.1 Mex Endpoint Errors with CRM 2011 & Windows Server 2012. Here's your fix. By CRM MVP Christopher Cognetta – @ccognetta 3. Python Tools for Visual Studio 2 By Windows Azure MVP Jan Hentschel – @Horizon_Net...
  • Blog Post: Build 2013 Recap

    Editor’s note: The following post was written by Windows Phone Development MVP Mayur Tendulkar Just few days ago Microsoft hosted an annual developer conference - BUILD 2013 in San Francisco, CA. This conference provided a lot more information and insights into what is coming up next. And indeed the...
  • Blog Post: Windows Server 2012: Hyper-V High-Availability without a SAN

    Editor’s note:  The following post was written by Windows Server – Virtualization MVP Anil Desai Intro: High Tech at Low, Low Prices! What do driver-less cars , invisibility cloaks , and 3D Printing , have in common?   They’re all amazing examples of technology that is just of out of reach...
  • Blog Post: MVP Monday - Windows Server 2012’s Data Deduplication Feature

    Editor’s Note:  In partnership with Microsoft Press, MVPs have been contributing to an ongoing guest series on their official team blog based on monthly themes. This month’s theme is Windows Server 2012.  Today’s article is from Directory Services MVP Paul Clement which is the 18th in the series...
  • Blog Post: MVPs Bring Windows Server 2012 Technology to the Community!

    An international roadshow of MVPs has been answering the question, “What’s hot and new in Windows Server 2012?” This global community event known as the Windows Server 2012 Community Roadshow boasts thirty-six MVPs from seventeen countries. Aimed at creating dialogue between experts...
  • Blog Post: MVPs Aim For The Server Core

    MVPs Sander Berkouwer and Joachim Nässlander recently collaborated together, on their Windows Server Core knowledge and expertise! Both MVPs sought to bring awareness of Server Core a new feature in Windows Server 2008 R2, and wanted to help other administrators to understand the feature set. Therefore...
  • Blog Post: Norwegian MVPs ‘Go Live’ For MSDN & TechNet Event!

      Three MVPs are featured speakers at Microsoft Norway’s MSDN & TechNet Live event! Silverlight MVP Einar Ingebrigtsen is featured in the MSDN Live track and is delivering two sessions, one on Silverlight 3 and another on Windows Presentation Foundation 4.0. The TechNet Live track brings PowerShell...
  • Blog Post: French MVPs Release New Windows Server 2008 Book

    French MVPs Freddy Elmaleh and Thierry Deman have recently released a new book entitled, “ Windows Server 2008: Advanced Administration ". The book is designed for Windows systems administrators and engineers who wish to acquire and master knowledge of Windows Server 2008. Reader will find chapters...
  • Blog Post: TechDays - One Event. One Day. One World Developer Community

    Be a part of Microsoft history and join developers from all over the world for the first ever 24-hour day of technology learning. Participate in 95 live sessions anywhere, at anytime or on-demand at your convenience. The 24 hour event started on Tuesday, March 31 st in Redmond, Washington with more than...
  • Blog Post: Windows Server 2008 Delivers for Brazil

    Brazilian MVP Aurelio “Baboo” Minerbo, has recently migrated a forum application written in PHP to Windows Server 2008 + IIS7 with excellent results. The site experienced stability problems when 9,000 users were concurrently connected. However, since the migration the site can now handle more than 22...
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