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Sustained Engineering blog dealing with servicing releases/updates for DevDiv products.

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  • Blog Post: Supportability of .NET Framework 1.1 on Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2

    Based on customer feedback the team has published a clarification regarding the Microsoft.NET Framework on Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. The Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 is not supported on Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2, so customers are encouraged to test their applications against the...
  • Blog Post: What would you like to see on the DevDiv SE Team blog ?

    Hi, It's been a while since the DevDiv Sustained Engineering (Servicing) team has posted to this space and we're mulling over resuming this provided we find appropriate topics and content to bring to you. We thought it would be a good idea to share with you what our team does and have you, our readers...
  • Blog Post: .NET Framework 1.1 Servicing Releases on Windows Update for 64-bit Systems

    Among the most confusing stories that we have asked .NET Framework customers to understand has been .NET Framework 1.1 support on Windows Server 2003 and 64-bit versions of Windows. We've blogged about this before . Today we get to tell you that we've done right by putting .NET Framework 1.1 servicing...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio .NET 2003 Service Pack 1 Beta Announcement

    Microsoft is committed to making customers successful with Visual Studio and the .NET Framework. As part of this continuing effort, we are now announcing our target date to release the Visual Studio .NET 2003 Service Pack 1 (SP1) Beta this month, (March, 2006) and we also have an estimated RTM release...
  • Blog Post: TFS Administration Tool Updated to Support RC of TFS

    Updated binaries have been posted on GotDotNet for the TFS Administration Tool, making the tool compatible with the most recent version of Team Foundation Server (the Release Candidate). The new release also fixes a bug where the tool would crash if a user had more than one role in TFS. The new binaries...
  • Blog Post: TFS Administration Tool Beta 1 Released!

    Fast on the heels of the MSBee CTP, I'm pleased to announce the availability of the TFS Administration Tool Beta 1. For anybody who has used any of the betas or CTPs of Team Foundation Server, you are probably aware of the pain around user administration. Simply put, a TFS administrator must add users...
  • Blog Post: MSBee Beta 1 - Released

    The DDCPX Aftermarket Solutions team just released the first MSBee Beta! You can download the Beta by going to the new MSBee homepage: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=59384 and clicking on the MSBee Beta 1 Release link. About a month ago, Craig posted a blog entry describing the goals for the...
  • Blog Post: DevDiv Servicing Discussion Area

    Please use the comments area below as an area to discuss and ask questions about Visual Studio and .NET Framework Servicing. You can find background information at http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/support/servicing/ . Questions about topics other than Visual Studio and .NET Framework Servicing will...
  • Blog Post: Developer Aftermarket Community Solutions Forum

    Have questions about any of the tools that we've announced on this blog, such as the MSBee tool that allows developers to use MSBUILD to target the .NET 1.1 Framework? Interested in talking directly with the Developer Aftermarket Community Solutions team here at Microsoft? Check out our brand-new forum...
  • Blog Post: Solutions Team Developer Blog

    Kannan Sundararajan, a developer on the Developer Aftermarket Community Solutions team, has joined the MSDN blogging community. Check out what he has to say at: http://blogs.msdn.com/kannans/ Kannan is currently the lead developer on the Team Foundation Server Permissions Tool, as well as making...
  • Blog Post: MSBee CTP Release

    The holidays were busy here in the DDCPX team, and the Developer Aftermarket Community Solutions team is proud to announce our first CTP (Community Technology Preview) of the MSBee tool! What is the MSBee tool? MSBee (Microsoft Build in Everett Environment) allows a user to use MSBUILD to target the...
  • Blog Post: Team Foundation Server User Management Tool

    One of the exciting things about working in the aftermarket solutions space is having the opportunity to make some tools that really help customers with common frustrations that they find in our products. Today I had the opportunity to see a "proof of concept" of one of these great tools--a tool that...
  • Blog Post: What's Next...?

    Every Christmas Day we cook a rib roast on our BBQ - and even as much as we look forward to the result, it can be a frustrating experience. Not because cooking outside on Christmas is often cold and rainy in Seattle, but rather because after five to six hours of close temperature monitoring and slow...
  • Blog Post: Welcome to DDCPX!

    I am Russ Ryan, a Product Unit Manager (PUM) here in the Developer Division at Microsoft. You know, “ Developer Division ”. We’re the people that produce “ Visual Studio ” and the “ .NET Framework ”. About 6 months ago I made the case that each time we release a product it is the start of a long...
  • Blog Post: After-Market Solutions

    What are After-Market Solutions for Developer products? As Russ explained in the first post , one of the ways our team is helping you get the most value out of our products is by producing after-market solutions for those products. When you run into difficulties with one of our products, sometimes...
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