Most people who are working on a full time job are planning holidays once a year … and last few weeks were my holidays period. Unfortunately this wasn’t most happy time for my family as my grand father reached end of his earth journey and I had to cancel most of my plans and get … Continue reading "Holidays … and after holidays"
Probably everyone heard about new Google baby – Chrome. BTW it was funny to read about it as about "leaked" information. If this was a leak … it was one pretty well controlled. But back to the point … so it is there and just out of curiosity decided to get it and try it. … Continue reading "Google stomped on a browser"
Next few months looks like a speaking engagements trial for me. In October I will speak at MTS 2008, which is Polish TechEd-like conference organized by our MS sub. I will deliver two sessions: AD replication under the hood: I will try to explain how AD replication works, what is important to know to effective … Continue reading "Speaking …"
This topic is buzzing on the Internet for some time, result of this buzz is a web site which is related only for this topic – how to convert Windows Server 2008 in a client OS. To be honest, I was rather skeptical to this idea. I share the same concerns which Sander has expressed … Continue reading "Windows Server 2008 on a laptop"
… You want to have Your own blog with fresh content … on different topics … just steel this post like Deepak Gupta is doing. Lately he wrote about maximum limits in AD, just like I did. He wrote also about Hyper-V new features, exactly as Natasha did on her blog. Maybe I should be … Continue reading "Steal this post … just like Deepak"
Today through one of Polish blogs related to gaming (yes, I own Xbox 360 and I use it from time to time to play … and yes … I think that Halo 3 s..ks … just adding it here as I know that it rises some controversy when I said sitting in the bar at … Continue reading "Like it was in "Atari times""
This will be about something which bothers me a lot in Microsoft software – why in many of Microsoft programs we are relaying on IE Internet connection settings and state. Sometimes I'm working off-line – IE is switched to work off-line mode. When I get back on-line and I don't want to use IE – … Continue reading "Using IE connection settings – get rid of this please"
I'm owner of Canon 350D digital SLR which I think is good for me as for average photographer. For some time I wasn't able to download photos made with it on my Vista enabled laptop. Every time I've connected my camera to Vista I've got this nice information that this device isn't supported and I … Continue reading "Vista and Canon 350D"
Mark Russinovich (well known as founder of Sysinternals and author of tools like Process Explorer, Regmon, Filemon and many more … ), now Technical Fellow at Microsoft, is writing in last Technet Magazine about Vista's kernel. As this article has "Part 1" in its title we can expect more interesting stuff in next issues of … Continue reading "Mark is writing about Vista's kernel"
I know that this blog has DS in its title, but as my job sometimes involves development of various elements of IdM systems, which includes ASP .NET applications it may happen that You will find here developement or application deployment posts. Actually this is one of such posts. Today I was deploying at customers systems … Continue reading "Problem with Crystal Reports redistributable package"