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Change of host, new blog and domain cleanup!

Change of host, new blog and domain cleanup!

Finally came the day I actually had time to sit down for a while and think! It all started when my former host, unoeuro.dk, send me a friendly reminder that my webhotel was about to expire and I had to submit yet another payment, to continue receiving the same services as beforehand. Until now, they have been servicing my old domain kenman.dk with a PHP/MySQL solution and offering me DNS services for kenchristensen.dk; however the latter I moved about 6 months ago to the danish DNS host ...
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Syncronizing Active Directory time on Hyper-V

Syncronizing Active Directory time on Hyper-V

When setting up your Microsoft environment using virtual servers running on Hyper-V it is crucial that the clock syncronization service is running in such a way, that your entire datacenter will not suddenly run with the wrong time on its clients, since a part of Kerberos is the need of having syncronized clocks. Thats why Microsoft built Active Directory, such that all client computers (and servers) syncronize from the master server, usually the master DC.But when building your datacenter upon ...
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Microsoft Development Center Copenhagen Open House for Students

Microsoft Development Center Copenhagen Open House for Students

On April the 26th, Microsoft Development Center Copenhagen (MDCC), opens the doors for students! Come and get information about MDCC, what it takes to work there, win an Xbox 360 with Kinect and get an internship or a job offer! The following is extracted from the facebook eventDo you speak code? And do you want to find out if you have what it takes to be part of a team that defines the frontline of world-class software development? Internships, student and graduate positions are at stake, so ...
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Visual Studio 2010 SP1 Released

Visual Studio 2010 SP1 Released

Today the Servicepack 1 of Visual Studio 2010 was released to MSDN subscribers!The servicepack contains several changes based on the feedback collected via Microsoft Connect including several performance tweaks and the ability to change hardware accelerated graphics for the IDE.Of more interesting changes, the servicepack also includes IIS Express A lite version of IIS, running under Windows XP through Windows 7, without requiring Administrator priviligdes and seamlessly integrate the core ...
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Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 - Hyper-V ISSUES!

Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 - Hyper-V ISSUES!

Yesterday Service Pack 1 for Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7 was released for MSDN and Technet members. But! It has a serious consequence. If you are running SP1 RC/Beta on your Hyper-V server (hosting VM''s, using Dynamic Memmory Allocation), you must first disable the dynamic memory, since the VM''s will be removed from Hyper-V when you uninstall SP1 RC/Beta! Luckily the hdd files are still present on the system and thus you can just recreate the virtual machines, and add the old hdds ...
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H.264 support in Chrome and Firefox

H.264 support in Chrome and Firefox

In the middle of January, Google announced they would focus on supporting their own webM video codec, and through this removing the support of H.264. Microsoft Interoperability has released plugins both for Firefox and now also for Chrome, which takes advantage of WMP in Windows 7, when playing H.264 encoded video. The 2 plugins are of course 100% free to download from the following links: WMP extension for Chrome WMP Firefox Plugin ...
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