Hyper-V Program Manager
After a bit of turbulence, it looks like we are up and running on the new blog engine. I am really happy about this – as it makes it a lot easier for me to customize the look and feel of the blog without having to hack things up too much.
For the time being – things should look pretty much the same as they use to – but there are some changes that I should point out:
I have also used the blog engine change as an opportunity to enable comments on all my posts (comments used to get disabled after 90 days). I have done this because readers of my blog seem to be genuinely nice people who help each other out in the comments
Finally – we are now using Windows Live ID to sign in for the blogs, but you can also make anonymous comments if you want to.
Hey - is this Blog hosted on a Virtual Machine? :-)
As far as I know - no. But I should talk to the guys who run it to see if they can :-)
But you LOVE to hack stuff up!
Don't worry - there is still going to be plenty of hacking happening. One thing that I am really happy about is that with the new engine my blog displays correctly on small screens (like the iPhone) which it did not used to do.
nice update. I like the new look :)
Could you please look at the issue I posted here:
Why does the DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL bug checks occurs when running Virtual PC on a Centrino Notebook (Pentium M) (without hardware VT)?
The new blog engine my be nice, but how can I search articles of the blog?
If I use the search function all of msdn will be searched and not just your blog!
Sean Here, Blogs PM. Actually all our IIS Servers for the Blogs are VM's :).
As to search within a blog. Stay tuned for our next update in a few weeks. That should be enabled at that time.
It actually is quite "cool" when you have no clue if you are working with a physical machine or a VM.
Sweet! I will have to get all the details off you :)
So....chances of this being read because it's in the wrong spot - excellent!
But----here goes anyway.
If I have 5 snapshots of single VM - how can I take notes as to their content? Right now I resort to pencil/paper technology. Which involves pencil and paper.
With all that whitespace in the Hyper-V manager - how about some text fields?????
You can already associate notes with a snapshot. Just select the snapshot in question, click on settings, and go to the "Name" entry. There is a large notes field here where you can put in any information that you want.
Valuable information and excellent design you got here! I would like to thank you for sharing your thoughts and time into the stuff you post!! Thumbs up! Big thanks for the useful info