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  • Blog Post: PNRP Scope System

    I have been wrestling with a question that I thought I would bring out to the rest of the world. In PNRP today, we have three scopes in which you can register or resolve a name; the global scope which includes all machines in the world, the site scope which mirrors the IPv6 concept of local site (usually...
  • Blog Post: XPSP2

    Well, the blogsphere is pretty full of comments about XPSP2 at the moment. I would like to blog on it because I am very personally excited as all of the contents of the Advanced Networking Pack are in it, meaning that Grouping, Graphing and PNRP are all included. Thus, over the coming weeks, our technologies...
  • Blog Post: PNRP Ownership

    Continuing on with updates about team structure, I thought I would share with everyone out there in the blogsphere that I am now the Program Manager in charge of the Peer Name Resolution Protocol (PNRP). I am really excited to be in charge of PNRP because I think it is one of the coolest technologies...
  • Blog Post: Team Change

    When I first started this blog, I explained how my team, the Peer Networking team, was responsible for the Windows XP Peer-to-Peer SDK. Well, a few months ago we changed our team name to Collaboration Technologies Team. That does not mean that anything has happened to P2P, but rather that we have a clearer...
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