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Monthly Archives: December 2008

HTTP 404 … case of missing ASPX page

Written on December 23, 2008 at 1:31 pm, by

I’ve described this first on my blog written in Polish so this will be a story and moral in one post – which in original was two posts. Story …. I had to install IdM solution I deployed some time ago in new test environment and part of deployment was to deploy ASP .NET application. […]

Who need a swap file ?

Written on December 23, 2008 at 1:15 pm, by

OK … this isn’t an advocacy post :), but I remember discussions few years ago how to tweak NT or 2000 to run without swap file on newsgroups ;). It isn’t something I would do on purpose however it had happened on my T61P + 4GB RAM system. Actually I ran it without swap file […]

When Sxip meets Microsoft …

Written on December 10, 2008 at 11:52 am, by

I’m going through a bit hectic period at work now so I have very little time to post here and also to read other blogs. However today I managed to find some time to quickly scan through my RSS feeds. What I found is information that ‘Dick Hardt has joined Microsoft as Architect in identity […]

MTS 2008 post mortem

Written on December 1, 2008 at 12:31 pm, by

MTS is acronym for Microsoft Technology Summit which is TechED like conference held by Microsoft in Poland. Few thousands of attendees, almost 90 sessions in two days.  During this year I delivered two sessions – one which was about AD replication (topology, USN mechanics, UTD vector etc.) and second was random thoughts about different interesting […]

Inactive “Open as a web folder” in IE

Written on December 1, 2008 at 12:23 pm, by

Recently one of customers asked me simple troubleshooting question – why users on Terminal Services can’t use "Open as Web folder” in IE? First answer is simple – because it is grayed out :). But why it is grayed out? Look, Terminal services == GPO in most cases. Answer was simple, but this customer has […]