Monthly Archives: April 2005

Turning CAS off in Whidbey

As mentioned quite a long time ago – you cannot disable CAS globally in whidbey anymore. Even the possibility to turn CAS off via registry has been removed. Read about the details on shawn’s blog.  

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New Blogs on the Block

Fellow geek-heads and DevelopMentor instructors Marvin Smit (XML, WebServices, BizTalk) and Marcus Heege (.NET, C++/CLI) have a blog now… Nothing really useful (besides the usual hello world) up yet, but i expect big things to happen there :) subscribed.  

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ASP.NET Security Roadshow, 1st stop Munich

Today was the first stop of the CompuWare roadshow in Munich. I liked it – the attendees had lots of interesting questions and constructive criticism. Something people really seem to care about is how to integrate security checking into an automated … Continue reading

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LogParser Update Available

A new version of LogParser in availabe here. The ‘LogParser Toolkit’ is also available from Syngress. Find more info on it at http://www.logparser.com.  

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Back to normal Operation

I moved servers…unfortunately the transition wasn’t as smooth as planned which meant i was offline for 2 days. sorry for that. back to business.  

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AzMan Operations Helper Tool

I am currently working on some AzMan related tools/sample code (e.g. an IPrincipal implementation with some cool extra goodies) – as a side effect i wrote a little tool which parses an AzMan store and creates a class with consts that … Continue reading

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Save classic IDL!

you thought the end of VB6 is scary?? now take this – microsoft wants to deprecate IDL… sign this petition if you want to save IDL (we already have 7 MVPs!!!)  

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