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March, 2006

  • Asim Mitra's Bio

    Asim is a Program Manager in the Data Protection Manager team, based out of India Development Center at Hyderabad. Prior to this, he was Program Manager in the Internet Information Services team in Redmond, responsible for ASP (Active Server Pages) and...
  • DPM hotfixes via Microsoft Update

    Our first Update (KB 910330) is now LIVE on Microsoft Update. Steps for opt-in to Microsoft Update: 1. Visit the following Microsoft Web site: http://update.microsoft.com/microsoftupdate 2. Click Start Now 3. On the Review the license agreement...
  • Marc Kamstrup's Bio

    I’m a Program Manager for Data Protection Manager based in Redmond. I manage external interaction for the product group including OEM and partners. The task also includes engaging with customers during the development cycle to get input and understand...
  • Calling DPM v2 Early adopters...

    The DPM product team is looking for participants in the DPM V2 Technology Adoption Program (TAP) where participants get: Early access to DPM V2 Individual DPM team technical experts for your deployment to answer your questions A unique chance...
  • Test DPM v1 SP1 Beta...

    Among the exsiting DPM V1 customers we are looking for customers who want to participate in our beta for Service Pack 1. SP1 enables: protection of 64 bit production servers protection of production servers with Single Instance Store...
  • Deb Lewy's Bio

    Deb Lewy began working for Microsoft in 1982, writing the first MS-DOS programmer's guide. Deb later wrote content for a variety of Microsoft technologies including .NET, Windows Server and Visual Studio. She is currently Technical Writing Lead for Data...
  • How DPM made Andy's team happy!

    Thought I will share some great feedback that we received from one of our customers - Andy, who runs the IT department in his university. Hi, I am currently running DPM 2006 (and have been for 3 months) and I am absolutely delighted with it...
  • Usability Studies

    Jeanie Decker and Deb Lewy recently sat in on usability testing for DPM v.2 screens. Why do writers care about usability? Because the easier the UI is to navigate, the easier it is to explain in the documentation. Our goal is to work with the product...