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  • Blog Post: Migrating

    This blog is migrating to the WNDP blog . This one will stick around but won't be updated.
  • Blog Post: Cookies and P3P

    Microsoft Monitor discusses a little bit about cookies and P3P after a Mossberg Wall Street Journal Column
  • Blog Post: Longhorn Networking Chat: Http, Winsock and QoS

    Today was the Longhorn Networking Chat , I've organized some of the QA and will do a series of posts on different topics that came up. See the full transcript on Channel 9. Http, winsock and QoS are the areas closest to me organizationally so I'll start here. There were a two http stack questions: Henry_MSFT...
  • Blog Post: What can cause Wininet to return ERROR_INTERNET_CANNOT_CONNECT?

    Glad you asked. The following winsock errors get translated into ERROR_INTERNET_CANNOT_CONNECT: WSAENETDOWN WSAECONNREFUSED WSAENETUNREACH WSAENOTCONN Learn more about these errors on the Windows Sockets Error Code page.
  • Blog Post: IE7 comming soon to Windows XP SP2

    Bill Gates annouced IE 7 today at the RSA Conference: Building on those advancements, Gates announced Internet Explorer 7.0, designed to add new levels of security to Windows XP SP2 while maintaining the level of extensibility and compatibility that customers have come to expect. Internet Explorer 7...
  • Blog Post: Wininet Cache: Index.dat

    Jeffdav continues his blogging about the WinInet Cache with a multiple posts on index.dat .
  • Blog Post: Wininet Cache Issues

    Jeffdav's weblog has an entry on why view->source sometimes stops working and why you get forced to save some images as bmp when they really aren't. While you are waiting for the fix, the workaround we use on the Longhorn Wininet team is to lower our cache size down to something more reasonable. Mine...
  • Blog Post: Where to put the credentials?

    Jon Udell looks a bit into credential management on Windows and gets a bit confused at what he finds. The problem is that there are domain/computer credentials and “Internet” credentials and they overlap a little bit. Domain/computer credentials are credentials that are useful for accessing...
  • Blog Post: Welcome to Window's Web Transports Blog

    This is a collaborative Weblog from the Web Transports Team in Windows Networking. As a team we work on the http stacks in Windows; http.sys the kernel part of the IIS 6.0 Web Server (part of Windows Server 2003) and its own developer API , wininet.dll which is the client side HTTP stack at the heart...
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