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  • MVP Summit 2009

    Earlier this month I was lucky enough to attend the 2009 Microsoft MVP summit in Seattle. The bulk of the summit consisted of two days of sessions with our product teams (I popped across to some Directory Services sessions as well), and a one day executive keynote session. Some heavy hitters turned up for the executive keynote - Steve Ballmer ...
    Posted to Ken Schaefer (Weblog) by Ken on March 20, 2009
  • Microsoft MVP for another year!

    Looks like I'm a Microsoft MVP for another year. Yay! From: 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 pleased to present you with the 2007 Microsoft® MVP Award! The Microsoft MVP Award is our ...
    Posted to Ken Schaefer (Weblog) by Ken on October 2, 2006
  • Tech.Ed, TechNet, Channel9 ... and Melbourne

    It's been a quiet month blog wise, but very busy otherwise. On August 25-28th I was at Tech.Ed Australia 2006 presenting two sessions on IIS (Everything web administrator needs to know about MOM 2005 and IIS 7.0 An End to End Overview). In mid-August, my IIS Insider article went up on Microsoft TechNet. Then on September 5th to 8th I was ...
    Posted to Ken Schaefer (Weblog) by Ken on September 30, 2006
  • Tech.Ed 2005 in Australia - blatant plug!

    Registration for Tech.Ed Australia 2005 is open. Register before 30th June for $400 off the regular delegate's fee. For those who'll be attending and reading this (all two of you!), I'm currently scheduled to be presenting a session on IIS Troubleshooting and Debugging, including coverage of the upcoming IIS Debug Diagnostics tool ...
    Posted to Ken Schaefer (Weblog) by Ken on May 23, 2005
  • Clearing IE's credential cache (logging off a user)

    When using HTTP based authentication (e.g. Basic, NTLM, Digest, Kerberos), Internet Explorer (IE) will continue sending the same credentials for each subsequent request to the server until one of two things happens: either (a) the user closes their browser or (b) the server refuses the credentials with a 401 status code. This behaviour is ...
    Posted to Ken Schaefer (Weblog) by Ken on April 12, 2005
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