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Monthly Archives: June 2007

ADFind udpate, stats and performance

Written on June 28, 2007 at 2:00 pm, by

joe has released new version of excelent ADFind tool, You can read about this update and grab new version on joe’s blog. I want to mention only one of the aspects of this update – on Windows 2008 (aka Longhorn) this version gives You access to new statistics for LDAP queries from AD. Let’s take […]


Written on June 28, 2007 at 1:50 pm, by

VMRCPlus is new tool which will become public soon or even is released right now. This is one of the tools I’ve asked “why it is not public” when I’ve joined Microsoft two years ago (wow, it is two years this month). VMRCPlus is client tool for Virtual Server which will allow You to connect […]

Vista and Bluetooth headset devices

Written on June 27, 2007 at 1:31 pm, by

Vista RTM has been released without support for Bluetooth (BT) headset devices – at least this is what I know and my Motorola BT headset was not properly installed with Vista. This is a little odd as in some earlier beta and RC this option was available. Yesterday one of my friends from our Microsoft sub […]

LDP.exe documentation

Written on June 27, 2007 at 1:24 pm, by

LDP is one of a magic tool for LDAP which used at customer site in most cases makes You looking as some kind of AD wizard. To be honest I don’t know why but in many cases it works in this way. Maybe one of the reason for this is “lack” of documentation for LDP […]

Vista and device drivers once again

Written on June 22, 2007 at 5:07 am, by

I wrote some time ago about problems with USB drivers (but not only USB) which are not recognized by Vista (or to be more specific drivers for these devices can’t be found). As a quick solution I found out that in most cases pointing driver wizard to %systemroot%\system32 is enough to make it work. Naresh […]

Feed Your friend with Your feed

Written on June 19, 2007 at 10:41 am, by

This won’t be about DS but maybe some of You will find this interesting. From some time I’m watching how Web 2.0 (or choose Your number for this web) develops in Poland and in the World. I’m more lurker on this and I got interested with this because of my friend Witek who is actively […]