May be it’s too late for me but I just updated my Adobe Acrobat Reader to 8.1 and found the update comes with PDF preview handler for Office 2007 (& Windows Vista). It nicely gives me the preview of PDF attachments in my Outlook 2007. If you have been waiting for PDF preview in Outlook 2007, go and grab Acrobat Reader 8.1 at http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/detail.jsp?ftpID=3661
Yesterday, I came across a question in one of the .NET newsgroups asking how to get the IP address of the DNS servers available in the network. Though there is no direct way of getting this information (yet, at least to my knowledge) via .NET 2.0 class library, there is at least one indirect way:
For a change, the code snippet is in Visual Basic .NET :-)
Imports System.Net.NetworkInformation Imports System.Net Dim nics As NetworkInterface() Dim dnsIPs As IPAddressCollection nics = NetworkInterface.GetAllNetworkInterfaces() For Each nic As NetworkInterface In nics If (nic.OperationalStatus = OperationalStatus.Up) Then dnsIPs = nic.GetIPProperties().DnsAddresses For Each dnsIp As IPAddress In dnsIPs MessageBox.Show(dnsIp.ToString()) Next End If Next
Checking for operational status is not required unless you want to loop through inactive network interfaces as well.