Jason N. Gaylord
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I live with my family in the rolling hills of Northeastern Pennsylvania. I'm a web developer by trade, but have broad experience in various business areas. Want to know more about me?

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ASP.NET 2.0 QuickStart Tutorial

The ASP.NET 2.0 QuickStart Tutorial has been released for the upcoming release of Beta 2. You can find the tutorial by visiting http://beta.asp.net/quickstart.

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Using TightVNC with Windows

Use TightVNC to remotely control your server or PC in session…

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Microsoft Security Updates

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.

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AntiVirus and Security Website

I almost forgot to mention a website I came across awhile back that focuses on antivirus and security topics. It’s called AntiSource.com. If you like to stay on top of security, you can subscribe to their RSS feed here: http://www.antisource.com/backend/sitenews.xml

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Visit the DevAdvice Network

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:

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Windows and Other Technical Event Listings

The .NET Valley website has a listing of Windows and other technical events…

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Patch Day Tuesday April 12th

According to TechNet, Microsoft will hold a “patch day” on April 12th. The patches will include:

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Administrator Account on Your Domain

Many times I here administrators complain about outside attempts to hack their systems. In most of these cases, these same administrators continue to use Administrator as their domain admin account. I’d recommend setting up another user account and giving that account the full admin privileges. Then, disable the Administrator account. This is just one step to a more secure network.

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Playing Old Games on Windows XP

Have you ever wondered how to play old games, such as SkiFree for Windows 3.1, in Windows XP? Joel Durham created a good article explaining how to setup Windows XP to run older applications. You can read the article at http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/games/expert/durham_og.mspx. You can download SkiFree at http://ski.ihoc.net/.

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Greater PA MSDN Code Camp

I will be presenting at the Greater PA MSDN Code Camp. The topics I will present are:

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