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  • Blog Post: Tackling Windows Server 2008 & Vista SP1 Upgrades

    A Snapshot from http://www.processor.com/editorial/article.asp?article=articles/P3014/23p14/23p14.asp&guid STEPS : • Perform a proper risk assessment prior to upgrading production systems to Windows Server 2008 and/or Vista SP1 ( www.microsoft.com ). • Back up all the data on the production systems...
  • Blog Post: Useful OnDemand Vista Web Seminars

    FYI: http://www.msreadiness.com/custompage.asp?pageid=1001
  • Blog Post: Windows Home Server in Beta 2 released

    Windows Home Server in Beta 2 At CES in Las Vegas this past January, Microsoft unveiled an exciting new product called Windows Home Server, which enables home users to easily connect and manage their Windows Vista PCs, devices, and printers. Microsoft has now released the second beta of the new server...
  • Blog Post: Application Compatibility in Vista: IE7 Issues - User Agent String

    Internet Explorer version number is 7.0. The Version is included in the User Agent String as a part of HTTP request header. Some of the applications check for the User Agent string for the version of browser. Because the version for IE7 is changed, the web sites that check the User Agent String for the...
  • Blog Post: Rolling out Vista in your organization

    If you're planning to upgrade to Vista, you may need certain factors to evaluate such as hardware needs, licensing option, application compatibility, user & staff trainings and above all usability. I found out a good article on techrepublic website titled "10 things to consider before rolling...
  • Blog Post: Install Failure and Application Failure Automation for PCA

    The Program Compatibility Assistant (PCA) is a new feature in Windows Vista that can makes older programs that have compatibility problems work better, in an automated manner. If PCA detects a known compatibility issue after the user has run an older program, it notifies the user of the problem and offers...
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