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  • Monad

    Did you know? #2

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    Did you know that you can make a variable automatically propagate to new scopes by using the AllScope option? Normally when you enter a new scope variables are not copied from the parent scope. Instead we do a lookup for the variable when requested...
  • Monad

    Did you know? #3

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    Did you know that you can put constraints on variables using the same attributes as cmdlet parameters? Unfortunately we had to postpone the language support for this but you can still do it using new-object. MSH > $a = "foo" MSH > $varA = get-variable...
  • Monad

    Did you know? #1

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    Did you know that you can access the content of a provider using the variable syntax? For instance, you can get and set the contents of a file just by doing the following: MSH > ${c:\temp\foo.txt} = "bar" MSH > ${c:\temp\foo.txt} bar MSH >...
  • Monad

    Introduction to MshObject

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    If you’ve ever worked with the Monad APIs then you’ve no doubt seen a type called System.Management.Automation.MshObject. I’m not going to go into all the details of what it is because that would take me more time than I have right now and there are people...
  • Monad

    Welcome to Monad Team Blog

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    Welcome to Monad Team Blog. We will posting information related to Monad in this blog. Feel free to send us your comments to make this blog useful to you. -Arul
  • Ben Armstrong

    Enabling the 4th and 5th buttons on the mouse under Virtual PC / Virtual Server

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    Virtual PC / Virtual Server handle the mouse by emulating a standard two button PS/2 mouse with a scroll wheel. Recently a number of mice have been coming out with 4th and 5th mouse buttons. These buttons are usually mapped to the 'forward' and 'back...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Big Batch of Tech.ED Mediacasts

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    I told you we've been busy - check out these new Tech.Ed medicasts - they feature a number of different methods of interviews - face to face, on the phone, via webcam. We had fun doing it. Hope you enjoy them. Tech.Ed Trivia - Frank Arrigo (...
  • Rob's Speech Stuff

    Come work on speech & natural language

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    My job's a lot of fun. Speech and natural language are fascinating areas to work in, with no shortage of exciting applications and challenging problems to solve. If you think you'd have fun doing this too, here are some recently opened positions...
  • Owen Allen - The MOSS Garden

    Sharepoint Discovery Kit (Hands-On Labs)

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    Hey look! - More hands-on lab goodness from the SharePoint folks! Download here , and go get all "hands-on" and stuff. Scenarios included are: (Yes, I know you can see the list by following the link) building a divisional portal site deploying...
  • One Louder

    Absence makes the heart grow slightly less annoyed

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    Last week, I saw the first advertisement for the dueling Apprentae masters : Trump and Martha (hmm, Trump's site isn't up but Martha's is!). Somehow, the sight of his cotton candy head makes me stop my Tivo. Darn you, Trump! Two plastic-looking business...
  • GerardoDada

    Java and .NET Security compared

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    The university of Virginia has published a report available here that compares Java and .NET security. One of their key conclusions "Where Java evolved from an initial platform with limited security capabilities, .NET incorporated more security capability...
  • Rob Caron

    New Team System Stuff - 2005-08-25

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    In this post you'll find the August 25, 2005 edition of New Team System Stuff with links to cool Team System related blog posts and other online resources....
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