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October 2006 - Posts

Edit: I've created a list of all the parts in this series here , which will be updated as I add more parts. Configuring Kerberos and Delegation is one of the more common problems I see in the communities and even within Avanade. Since Kerberos isn't Read More...
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Internet Explorer 7 has been released for Windows XP SP2 (x86 and x64), Windows Server 2003 (x86, x64 and ia64) in English. Other languages coming in the next few weeks. Read More...
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Frank says we're getting a new editor . He mentions that the editor is: an MVP Based in Canberra Well known Aussie Blogger A speaker at the upcoming Ready Summit Member of the blogger list on TechTalkBlogs Let me add my own predictions - the editor Read More...
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David Wang (formerly of the IIS Team) resumes blogging at his new blog . His second post is revealing - it alludes to a tension between what a blogger wishes to write about, and what image their employer wishes to convey publicly. I mention this tension Read More...
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Well, there's a few reviews already out there ( 1 , 2 ). In addition to those reviews, a few comments: If you have enable_idle_thread enabled from KB899525 then you may need to disable this, or else your host OS will consume 70-80% CPU even when your Read More...
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If you head over to the Microsoft Connect website , you can now enroll in the VPC 2007 Beta. There's nothing to download yet unfortunately, but a posting from Ben Armstrong in the MVP newsgroups stated that downloads should be available within 24 Read More...
It might be the done thing in DPE circles to use shuttles-sized PCs, but what if you're a consultant on the road that needs to be able to store and run large numbers of virtual machines? The image down the left is a subset of the VPCs that I carry Read More...
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Update: I have now added Part 3 - where I cover enabling the Driver Verifier tool. This can be handy if you are getting STOP 0xA crashes, but the faulting stack is different/corrupt each time. Update 2: If you are getting random STOP numbers each time Read More...
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Brad Smith , from MCS Canberra, seems to have started blogging. He asks a legitimate question: as a consultant (whether for MCS, or for Avanade like me) what do you blog about when all the interesting work you do is off-limits? I know that most of the Read More...
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A STOP 0x0000000A (IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL) bugcheck is one of the most common STOP codes encountered by users today. After discussing this with my former colleague Chewy on my way to Tech.Ed SEA, I've decided to write up a post briefly explaining Read More...
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Looks like I'm a Microsoft MVP for another year. Yay! From: ...@mvpaward.com Sent: Sunday, 1 October 2006 9:37 PM To: Ken Schaefer Subject: [MVP] Congratulations! You have received the Microsoft MVP Award Dear Ken Schaefer, Congratulations! We are Read More...
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