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  • Brian Goldfarb's Blog

    More great security content

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    J.D. Meier and team have been busy at work building awesome ASP.NET 2.0 security content -- I posted some links earlier, but here is an excellent " Security Practices at a Glance ." Specifically worth checking out is the " Index of Practices " which has...
  • Ben Armstrong

    Weird monitor error with SuSE under Virtual PC / Virtual Server

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    If you install SuSE 9.0 or later under Virtual PC / Virtual Server - you will get the following error message when you first log in: “Your monitor didn’t report its X- and Y- Size, this might cause display problems like unreadable fonts... Do you...
  • SmartCard Infrastructure

    References & Links

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    (Thanks to David Cross for the links) Top Whitepapers: Default Access Control Settings in Windows Server 2003 whitepaper: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=2A76C348-FE02-4CB7-9B7A-5A0B9964BD9C&displaylang=en Internal...
  • Windows Installer Team Blog

    Where is the Windows Installer SDK?

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    Question I went to the Microsoft download site and could not find a entry for the Windows Installer SDK. Where is the Windows Installer SDK? Answer The Windows Installer documentation on MSDN always lists the download page for the Installer SDK...
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    Looking behind the scenes of the setup wrapper used for the .NET Framework 2.0

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    In the past, I've written a little bit about the packaging for the .NET Framework setup, including changes that have been made for the .NET Framework 2.0 (notably, the post here ). I wanted to talk a little bit more about the underlying setup wrapper...
  • Nigel Parker's Outside Line

    MSDN Flash Volume 9, Number 16 - August 16, 2005

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    I read a great quote last week "If technology doesn't work like magic its probably obsolete". Recently I have been away in Atlanta for my first MGB . The first day was long... really long... over 12 hours long. I was blown away by the presentations the...
  • Bing it on

    (This Title has only got blanks and tabs and spaces...)

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    I knew someone would stand up one day for the rights of those poor old whitespaces . Such a pleasure to see that someone has taken the time and effort to come up with the first whitepace-friendly programming language , aptly named, " Whitespace " (please...
  • Nelson Araujo's WebLog

    Determining missing updates from command-line output

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    Here is a quick tip on how to quickly script MBSA 2.0 to filter and show only the missing updates. But before start using it, note that using a script to parse the <UpdateData> nodes is a far better idea because of the richness of the information...
  • Noah Horton's WebBlog

    PNRP Climbing in the News

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    Well, PNRP has now made VNUNET . So, like all articles, there are a few things good and a few things bad about it. The first thing is that I want to apologize to the world that there was not more MS comment in the article. Unfortunately, the nature of...
  • Bing it on

    Putting Mapping on the Map

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    Seems like the world of mapping is just exploding. Now we have a bunch of stuff coming out with Virtual Earth , including this cool integration of the world of digital photos and mapping by Nikhil Kothari with his PhotoMap . And if that doesn't get you...
  • IEBlog

    URLs in Internet Explorer 7

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    Internet Explorer 7 includes a new URL handling architecture known internally as CURI. The new optimized URI functions provide more secure and consistent parsing of URIs to reduce attack surface and mitigate the threat of malicious URIs. When designing...
  • Esperpento

    Intermission

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    I suspect that I have managed to set a record for the longest silence after an initial blog post. Except, that is, for all the people posted once and never came back . Like all poor students, I do have some excuses. I was on vacation in Alaska, an...
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