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The new ASP.NET 2.0 starter kits have been published. You can download the ASP.NET 2.0 starter kits at http://lab.msdn.microsoft.com/express/vwd/starterkit/default.aspx. Microsoft has released three starter kits including a Personal Web Site starter kit, a Club Site starter kit, and a Time Tracker starter kit. To use these starter kits you must have ASP.NET 2.0 downloaded.Read More
Microsoft announced on April 15th the release of Visual Studio 2005 and ASP.NET 2005 Beta 2 (according to MSDN). Microsoft has also announced a Go-Live license for these products. To find out more about the Go-Live license, visit http://lab.msdn.microsoft.com/vs2005/golive/. The Go-Live license is very similar to the one released with the original version. It allows a user to release applications, websites, or web services to the public under specific guidelines and regulations. A list of these guidelines is available by visiting the website above.Read More
There is a new windows security forum available at WindowsAdvice.com. To access the forum, visit http://www.windowsadvice.com/forums/18/ShowForum.aspx. If you have an RSS feed, you may also consume the RSS by using http://www.windowsadvice.com/forums/rss.aspx?ForumID=18&Mode=0.Read More
Use TightVNC to remotely control your server or PC in session…Read More
I’ve been asked by many after a recent post about MS security updates how they could find out what products are affected. You can view the security updates and narrow down particular products by visiting the TechNet Security Bulletin Search site at http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/current.aspx.
For instance, choose to view all of the security bulletins for the past 2 weeks. If TechNet recently made a security posting, you will see quite a few. Then, narrow down your particular products to ensure you are secure and up to date.Read More
The DevAdvice network seems to be getting more and more beneficial each day. The network now features five websites dedicated to specific advice areas including aSP, SQL, XML, RegEx, and Windows advice. Click the appropriate link below to visit the sites:Read More
The .NET Valley website has a listing of Windows and other technical events…Read More