As more and more Silverlight sites become available, enterprise administrators are starting to ask for guidance on how Silverlight should be deployed in a corporate environment. Obviously, at one level it's as straightforward as executing the installer, but there are typically a whole ton of questions that need answering:
Fortunately, one of my colleagues, David Tesar has kindly come to the rescue and written a very comprehensive white paper that answers all these questions plus many more. The Silverlight Enterprise Deployment Guide is available for download now. We gave the white paper a trial run ourselves when Microsoft IT used SMS to deploy Silverlight internally. Download it and send it to your systems administrator today - it's worth their time to read.
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【原文地址】 October 8th Links: ASP.NET, ASP.NET AJAX, Silverlight, and .NET 【原文发表日期】 Monday, October 08, 2007
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I will never develop for Silverlight, will never install the plugin, and will promote the same idea to everyone I know. I have had enough with your IFE! Revenge time, biatch!
Thanks for your considered feedback, Donnie. I appreciate your thoughts on the business value of Silverlight. Maybe I'm not as up on urban slang as I should be, but could you explain what "IFE" is?
Best wishes, Tim
During the Q&A in Reston, Marc and I mentioned a few places of interest. The Silverlight Deployment
Most of the examples here for Silverlight media have been focused on consumer content, and that's been the bulk of our broader marketing story so far. But we are Microsoft, and so enterprise is a huge portion of our bread and butter, and we want to see
Based on the questions I received in the last period, I’d like to share here some links that will eventually