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It had to happen sooner or later, running a beta of an operating system intensively day after day. Okay, it isn't funny to have a Blue Screen of Death (btw, did you know the RSoD feature has been dropped from Vista?) but as my fellow community member...
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In this personal webcast episode called " Creating your first Windows PowerShell cmdlet ", I'm showing you how to create a wordcount cmdlet (equivalent to the wc command in UNIX) for Windows PowerShell using Visual Studio 2005 and C# (20 minutes in length...
In this personal webcast episode called " AzMan for dummies ", I'm showing you how to use AzMan (Authorization Manager) to implement role-based security in your managed code application (18 minutes in length). Del.icio.us | Digg It | Technorati | Blinklist...
Time to introduce C# 3.0 now! In this coding webcast, we'll discover the features of C# 3.0, including: - the var keyword - extensions methods - lambda expressions - queries - easy initialization of types The webcast is 45 minutes in length and pretty...
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Heard about LINQ already? LINQ stands for Language Integrated Query and is one of the most exciting announcements made on the PDC earlier this year. Instead of writing long posts about it right now, let's just show you by means of a coding webcast. More...
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In a - partially on-demand - 30 minutes coding webcast, I'm showing how to use managed code (C#) to interact with Active Directory and to manipulate objects in Active Directory. I'm showing how to: Query Active Directory for objects based on search criteria...
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In my previous post titled "Netsh madness" I expressed my intention to create a simple tool to change network settings on Windows Server 2003 for both my home office and a remote location. Because netsh didn't solve the problem completely, I decided to...
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