Keith Combs has broken the news on his blog that TechNet Wiki is coming:
Co-created content – Microsoft and IT Pro/Dev customers together in community. What do you think?
I love XKCD…
may all my colleagues in IT Pro and Dev content read this to REALLY understand the customer…
SuperFlows are new content types for Microsoft, here’s a new one for troubleshooting TMG installs. In a SuperfFlow, we can filter information to that is it more relevant. For example, in a branching tree, we can show you just the procedures that apply to your resultant set of choices.
Check it out and leave feedback on SuperFlows. What other SuperFlows would you like to see?
Hyper-V Senior Developer Keith Mange has released his NVSPBIND tool for free-as-in-beer. Watch the 10 minute video demo at: http://www.microsoft.com/showcase/en/us/details/d815cd2b-3c03-4c41-bdc8-c2794850b4ed or click the image.
NVSPBIND is a tool for modifying network bindings from the command line. It is especially useful in Server Core environments with the Hyper-V role enabled. Keith also published nvspcrub.js, a tool for removing Hyper-V Virtual Networking Configuration from the parent partition. It is especially useful in Server Core environments when the Hyper-V UI may not be available. Available at: http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/nvspscrub
A new type of content has arrived – the SuperFlow. See an example in the SCCM Software Update Deployment SuperFlow.
Among the innovations, flowcharts that are interactive, like this:
When you click on the Process to Create an Update List, it expands so you can see detailed info, like this:
Nifty. Check out all the new SuperFlows in the Download Center.
The first Security Bulletin for Hyper-V is out at http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/bulletin/ms10-010.mspx.
Released today for free-as-in-beer on MSDN Code Gallery: Microsoft Hyper-V VM State to Memory Dump Converter
Released today for free-as-in-beer on MSDN Code Gallery:
Check out this great troubleshooting tool.
Did I mention it is free?
Only for those who know what a Dalek is. I thought you would be amused to see this architectural marvel in downtown Seattle, in the international district, across the street from Uwajimaya.