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I was greeting with an interesting dialog box when I got back to my computer just now: I did some digging and it turns out that WPF did have a vulnerability, but it was patched a couple of days ago. Firefox, however, has no way… Read more »
What’s in an error message? A timeout by any other name would sound as sweet? Well, not really. My Microsoft Dynamics CRM v4.0 was failing with this error: Failure at Microsoft.crm.setup.common.registerasyncserviceAction And was claiming a timeout failure starting it up. There seem to be a… Read more »
My latest Windows Update run just downloaded an update to Microsoft‘s .Net Framework 3.5. Here are the details of the update: Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1 is a full cumulative update that contains many new features building incrementally upon .NET Framework 2.0, 3.0,… Read more »
Interesting post on the Amazon Web Services blog who have announced their intention to host Windows instances in their elastic computing cloud (EC2). Here’s what they say: You will be able to use Amazon EC2 to host highly scalable ASP.NET sites, high performance computing (HPC)… Read more »
It seems like everyone and his dog has some sort of loyalty scheme nowadays. You can collect points when you shop in your local supermarket, when you take a trip in a plane and now, even when you Microsoft‘s Live Search. It’s a scheme called… Read more »
There’s been a new “wave” of beta software coming out from Microsoft today. According to Liveside you can download the new set of Live applications (called Wave 3) which include: Messenger v9 Windows Live Movie Maker (this looks cool) Mail with Calendar synchronisation Writer Photo… Read more »