• Blog Post: Haiku #162

    The next best thing to Getting a haircut: Trusted Application pools. Well, the author of today's haiku is back from his one-day journey to the TechReady conference . His overall impressions of the conference? Well, the mini-cannoli were surprisingly good, but the pasta salad in balsamic vinaigrette...
  • Blog Post: Add desktop sharing to your application by using the Lync 2013 API

    Abstract: Have you ever wanted to add a desktop sharing feature to your application so users can share their desktop, monitor, or a process with another user with the click of a button? This blog post introduces you to a new feature of the Lync 2013 API that lets you leverage the power of Lync application...
  • Blog Post: Lync Server Admin Guide: Configure a New Trusted Application Server

    This article is part of the Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Administration Guide: PowerShell Supplement . Configure a Trusted Application Pool To configure a trusted application server To create a new trusted application pool, use the New-CsTrustedApplicationPool cmdlet: New...
  • Blog Post: Creating Your Own GUI Application

    Creating Your Own GUI Application (Création de Votre Propre Application GUI) This might come as a shock to many of you, but there was a time – a time long, long ago – when people didn't have cell phones. What could that even mean not to have cell phones? Well, for one thing...
  • Blog Post: Haiku #170

    Uphill both ways? Not With the Set Application Server cmdlet. Last night the author of today's haiku saw that not only was there a new Conan the Barbarian movie coming up, but this fall there will also be a remake of Charlie's Angels to be aired on ABC. All he can say about that is: hey,...
  • Blog Post: Haiku #189

    Eye of newt and toe Of frog. Or just use CS Trusted computer. Yesterday afternoon, while waiting for a meeting to start, the author of today's haiku found himself browsing through an online copy of the Malleus Maleficarum ( The Hammer of Witches ). If you aren't familiar with the Malleus...