Breaking changes are changes in either the .NET Framework (runtime breaking changes) or Visual Studio (design/compile/project upgrade) that make certain application and development scenarios behave differently from the version 1.0 and 1.1 .NET Frameworks to the 2.0 version. These are not necessarily changes that we have found to be breaking an application; rather, these are […]

[Via Mark Harrison] From the Microsoft Anti-Malware Engineering Team blog … We have analyzed this software ( Sony DRM Rootkit ), and have determined that in order to help protect our customers we will add a detection and removal signature for the rootkit component of the XCP software to the Windows AntiSpyware beta, which is […]

[Via Angus and Patrick Tisseghem] Last week I mentioned the new book ‘Advanced Microsoft Content Management Server Development’ from Andrew Connell, Angus Logan, Lim Mei Ying and Stefan Gossner. If you want a taste of it, go here and download chapter 5 for free – ‘Searching MCMS with SharePoint’. Even if you do not work with MCMS, […]

As Office 12 will leverage Windows Workflow Foundation as Workflow engine it might be interesting to see the differences between Biztalk Server (the other Workflow product shipped by Microsoft) and Windows Workflow Foundation. Brian Loesgen has provided such a comparison on his blog: http://blogs.ineta.org/bloesgen/archive/2005/10/09/56481.aspx

Now after MCMS 2002 SP2 has been released I would like to point you again to an article series I have written earlier about MCMS 2002 and ASP.NET 2.0: ASP.NET 2.0 and MCMS – a first look ASP.NET 2.0 and MCMS – The easy way to site navigation ASP.NET 2.0 and MCMS – Master Pages […]

[Via Andre Kieft] Microsoft® Windows® SharePoint® Services Step by Stephttp://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=761f1eac-2eb4-428b-86f0-bbc995913771&DisplayLang=en Microsoft® Windows® SharePoint® Services Inside Out Chaptershttp://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=d46e9c6f-6f29-4bfc-969a-3fcfede2b066&DisplayLang=enhttp://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=29bf1ede-019e-4a9a-a771-9f8df1c4322b&DisplayLang=enhttp://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=e3845a61-7444-4277-9cd2-899bad582f7c&DisplayLang=en Windows SharePoint Services Organizational Issues White Paperhttp://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=42f2451e-9003-4ad4-a3e8-20b2d9e32763&DisplayLang=en Deployment and Customization Best Practices for Windows SharePoint Serviceshttp://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=3d1fa469-0064-4054-9c1a-a6d8c8afce2b&DisplayLang=en

[Via MikeKim] Read the November 2005 IIS Insider column on TechNet, which covers the following topics: Compressing Files Other Than HTML and Plain Text Protecting Static Content Without Using Windows Authentication How to Access IIS Behind a NAT Router Any comments/feedback?  Let us know.  For a list of previous articles/topics, click here.

I just uploaded the pictures I took during my vacation with my girlfriend Michaela last week during our vacation in Cairo (Egypt): http://www.stefan-gossner.de/FotoGallerien/Kairo2005/fullscreen.html(you need to click on the “Bitte hier klicken” button to start a fullscreen window with the slides)

Running a system with MCMS 2002 SP2 is a little bit more tricky than running one with the previous versions. Especially when it comes to VS.NET integration: VS.NET developer tools It is not possible to install the MCMS 2002 developer tools on a system that has SP2 installed. The developer tools have to be installed […]

Together with SP2 three KB articles have been released with information about Service Pack 2: 906142 – How to obtain the latest Microsoft Content Management Server 2002 service pack 906145 – Content Management Server 2002 Service Pack 2 installation information 894691 – A list of the bugs that are fixed in Content Management Server 2002 […]