Monthly Archives: April 2006
Microsoft has made two big product name announcements in the last couple of days: Monad (formerly the Microsoft Shell or Management Shell) has been renamed to Windows PowerShell. I, personally, am disappointed; Monad is a great name (grade-school sound substitutions … Continue reading
A few people out there are shocked by this: Market Bulletin: Microsoft Announces New Price, and Availability of Linux Support, for Virtual Server 2005 R2 Published: April 3, 2006 Today Microsoft announced that Virtual Server 2005 R2 is now available … Continue reading
Trying to deploy Windows Mobile 5.0 devices with the Messaging and Security Feature Pack, along with Exchange Server 2003 SP2, so you can get that Direct Push and remote administration love? Running into problems? Never fear — Jason Langridge has … Continue reading
When I saw what the crazy cats at Frontmotion were up to, I tripped out: FrontMotion Firefox Community Edition is Firefox with the ability to lockdown settings through Active Directory using Administrative Templates. Similar to lockdown settings with mozilla.cfg on … Continue reading
I’ve reached another milestone on my personal plan for world domination: my first tech magazine article has been published. I talk more about it over on my work blog.