January 2005 - Posts
I heard on NPR this morning and just confirmed the details at MSNBC that due to the dividend payouts by Microsoft the national income rose 3.1% for a total of 3.7% in December; without the dividend payouts the income would have only been up 0.6%. Read more...
I am not sure if this is just with my current sub optimal setup or another larger issue with Virtual Sever, but at the current time the clock on my virtual server keeps getting slower. When ever I notice that it is off I will reset it, but within a few minutes it is usually off again.
The problem I think is with the current setup. The physical server that is running 2003 and virutal server is apart of a domain and the domain controller is actually on a virtual server. This has been setup this way becuase there is only one server to use and I wanted to run ISA 2004 on the external box.
Here's a pic that helps demonstrate the setup.
I have been toying around with ProjectServer 2003 lately primarily because students are going to try to learn how to properly use it in an advanced application development course at Grand Valley State University. Over the past few days I have installed, installed, configured and re-configured project server numerous times throughout a few of the times I noticed a message would pop up for the usages of PSComPlus. This was because I was using a passpharse and not a password. This program does not support passphrases from the command line and after installation you must run the PSComPlus utility again in order to properly update the ComPlus components of ProjectServer.
Rob McGann writes:
The U.S. will suffer at least one devastating attack to its national information network or power grid in the next 10 years. That's what two-thirds of expert respondents to a survey conducted by Pew Internet & American Life and Elon University believe. Read More...
Be sure to check out our 3rd annual day long .NET event, “Deeper in .NET 2005!”, on March 5th in Milwaukee.
- Scott Guthrie (Microsoft ASP.NET co-creator)
- Rob Howard (‘nuff said)
- Rocky Lhotka
- Jason Beres
- Dave Wanta
- Chris Mayo
You can't beat a line up like this for FREE!
Check out the WI .NET User Group Site, the event site or follow Tinkler's Blog to read more.
Hope to see you in Milwaukee.
Those of you that have been following ASP.NET Weblogs or the MSDN Blogs you might remember a story posted by Mike Swanson not too long ago about our license plates. Since that time I never posted a good clear picture of my current plate at the time of the photo or a picture of my plate now. So here ya go...
writes about a FREE day of .NET
that is going to be going on at the Microsoft
office in Columbus. I am planning to head down for this event so if anyone from Michigan wants to carpool or is interested in going please let me know.
I was pleasantly surprised with an email from the MVP Program this evening just before I stepped away from the computer. It turns out I have been designated in the January group of C# MVPs for 2005.
I would like to thank the community, other MVPs and Microsoft for making the past year a tremendous one and I look forward to making this year even better.