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Monthly Archives: December 2010

The Blog Wrap Up and Happy New Year

Hello Everyone! In this last post I wish you Happy New Year! I also wish you to be healthy and fit: Have fun: and no bad news: And just in case you care to reread something from this month’s blog posts, here is the wrap up: IPv6: hopes, disappointments… IPv6 is great. But Are we […]

IPv6: hopes, disappointments…

  This scary gadget screenshot (26th of December here) tells us that it is only a question of a month, may be, two to run out of IPv4 addresses. Well, not exactly “we”. It is IANA who will run out of it. Of course, some time since then it will affect some customers who want […]

Freebies: some more free eBooks

Being ill I’m not currently in the state to write anything smart, so I will just provide you with some more free eBooks (and their parts) from the list which were announced at MS Press blog (And were kindly mustered together by one of MS employees for me. Thanks, pal):   Moving to MS Visual […]

IPD Guide: Beta for malware response

I love those IPDs. You don’t know what “IPD guide” stands for? Well… I suggest it to be for “I Plan Darn good”. MS, all of a sudden, thinks that it is for “Infrastructure Planning and Design guide”. Anyway, what has been just issued is a beta for one more process: answer to a malware […]

How to change attribute in AD: alternatives

After my post on delegation and filtered attributes I got a question about more convenient means of editing an attribute (say, employeeID) than Attribute Editor in ADUC. Well, let me enumerate everything I can suggest from tools for the task. ADUC It is the most common tool for the single attribute change. Just launch Active […]

Bragging: Platforma results

As I already wrote, I visited the “Russian TechEd” being an expert in AtE and a lab instructor for “UAG and DirectAccess: better together”. Well, I cannot tell you If I was good enough (though I think I wasn’t bad): there weren’t any quantitative measurements. But the attendees of my lab surprised me, stated my […]

Delegating something… “I don’t see the attribute I want to delegate!”

As I have been dealing with some delegation tasks recently, I had to recall some basic stuff. Actually, it took me two occasions of “suddenly missing attributes” to get on the problem seriously and find out the fact that “filtered attributes” can be related not only to RODCs =,,) So, the situation generally renders as […]

Using Windows Live Essentials: my experience

Recently I’ve been asked to share my own experience with the stated in the subject program suite. Actually I was going to do it anyway, because it is a great bunch of programs. Well, maybe not all of them: I don’t know about some, because I’m using only several: Others haven’t found any place in […]

ASP.NET-based blog engines, CMSs, etc…

One of the Russian MS employees published a list of ASP.NET-based engines for site creation. Maybe someone will be interested in it. I failed to insert a good looking table here, so get a link to the .xlsx file with the engines. Where the discussion begins (Russian): http://habrahabr.ru/blogs/net/108779/ File: http://cid-f94494d477cd728d.office.live.com/view.aspx/Public/Blog%20Attachments/aspnet%20engines.xlsx