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  • Johnwe's System Center Blog

    Information on SP2 for WSS

    Can be found here. Thanks!
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Creating Custom Check-in Policies in VSTS

    One of the neat features of Visual Studio Team System 2005 is the ability to set check-in policies at the team project level. You can, for example, require that each check-in be associated with a work item (for tracking requirements to code, or code fixes...
  • Eric Jarvi

    color syntax highlighted HTML converter for source code

    This tool promises amazing technicolor syntax highlighting for your blog worthy code snippets :
  • Rusty Miller's blog

    Customer bugs - results

    Almost 9 months after shipping Beta1, Beta2 is shipped and in your hands. One big difference between VS2005 Beta1 and betas of our previous products has been the amount of community involvement. Beta1 was the debut of the MSDN Product Feedback Center...
  • Scott Beaudreau's Weblog

    Raising the Bar on DebuggerVisualizers

    I found a number of interesting links to solid work around debugger visualizers. Scott Nonnenberg has an excellent blog with quite a few posts around this topic. He's a PM on the Debugging group within Visual Studio. Scott's building an index of debugger visualizer entries, and some of them are very compelling....
  • .NET Security Blog

    Whidbey's Security Off Model

    Although the v1.0 and v1.1 versions of CasPol provided a switch to disable the CLR's security system, running without CAS enforcement on was never a scenario that we encouraged for obvious reasons. The choice to disable security was a system wide switch...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Podcast get it to go: The MEDC 2005 Podcast Feed on Pocket PC.

    A previous post showed you how to get the MEDC 2005 Podcast Feed on your desktop. Here's how you get it on your Windows Mobile Pocket PC. The steps are very similar: Download FeederReader from and install it on your storage...
  • Managed CodeGen

    Token Resolution (I)

    This is my first post. Let me start by introducing a small program that you can do with Whidbey Reflection. Here is a small app showing you how you can get all the methods in Assembly A that is referenced by Assembly B. There was no API such as GetReferencedMethods...
  • Andrew Coates ::: MSFT

    Why would you go to a User Group?

    Recently I was asked, what is it that developers get out of belonging to a User Group? I listed three things. First is the opportunity to interact with other people with a similar set of interests and skills. Software development is an inherently solitary...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Security Configuration Guidance

    Been meaning to blog the following, from my colleague Aaron Margosis ...the KB article was actually published in the fall, but if you've considered following the named organizations' recommendations for security configuration, and want to know about potential...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Want to know where spyware might be hooking into your system?

    SysInternals' free Autoruns utility can help you track down what's auto-starting, so you can get rid of stuff you don't want. If you use it from a low-privilege account, and then from an admin account, you'll probably notice that there are a lot more...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    More non-admin tips from Aaron

    How to allow users to manage file and print shares without granting other advanced privileges
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