I love my job.
Actual e-mail from my manager….
“Where Santa Stores His Elves in the Off-Season”
Happy Holidays to you and yours.
One wishes that what the SQL Server Tech Center has done would be replicated throughout TechNet, no?
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If you’d like to see more TechCenters on TechNet offer this – let them know through your favorite feedback channels. Here’s wishing you success!
James McIllece has posted two new TN Edge videos demonstrate how to deploy a BranchCache server in hosted cache mode
Part 1, which is six minutes long, demonstrates how to install the BranchCache feature, configure the BranchCache service mode, and create a self-signed certificate using Internet Information Services (IIS).
Part 2, which is five and a half minutes long, demonstrates how to link the certificate to BranchCache and configure BranchCache-enabled client computers to trust the hosted cache server.
For a complete set of BranchCache documentation, including the content that is mentioned in this video, see BranchCache for Windows Server 2008 R2 in the Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Technical Library.
Watch the blog for a holiday special series staring 12/19/10.
Hackers, such as the one that posted this YouTube video “How to Hack any Hotmail,” are going after your Hotmail account in increasing numbers.
NOTE: You SHOULD NOT click on links on video pages, especially this one, as they often do bad things. In this case, the link downloads malware that attempts to crack your Hormail password and send it to unauthorized people. Just like e-mail, you should not click on links unless you know what they do and/or trust the sender/author.
Protect yourself against these attacks proactively - today. Go now to http://account.live.com and add Password Reset Information to your account and encourage your friends and family to do the same.
If you or someone you know has lost control of their Hotmail account – see: