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February, 2010

  • New SuperFlow for Troubleshooting Forefront TMG Installation

    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...
  • Mock My Tribe at Your Peril

    I love XKCD … may all my colleagues in IT Pro and Dev content read this to REALLY understand the customer … and tremble…
  • TechNet Wiki

    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...
  • Daleks Invade Seattle

    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.
  • Hyper-V How-To: Convert VM Memory Contents to a Dump File

    Released today for free-as-in-beer on MSDN Code Gallery: Microsoft Hyper-V VM State to Memory Dump Converter Check out this great troubleshooting tool. Did I mention it is free?
  • Hyper-V Security: First SecBul Released

    The first Security Bulletin for Hyper-V is out at . Microsoft Security Bulletin MS10-010 - Important Vulnerability in Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V Could Allow Denial of Service (977894)
  • New SuperFlows Published

    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...
  • Free-as-in-beer NVSPBIND.EXE

    Hyper-V Senior Developer Keith Mange has released his NVSPBIND tool for free-as-in-beer. Watch the 10 minute video demo at: or click the image. NVSPBIND is a tool for...