Dual booting Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 r2

Hey, I just finished setting up my new dev environment on my work laptop.There’s some key elements to do this in a successful matter. Start setting your win7 up normally.When selecting harddisk, make sure you create a partition that fits your need and make sure to leave space for the VHD that will contain Win2k8r2.After…

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Lync for Windows Phone

2 good colleagues of mine, has used a bit of their sparetime to develop this great looking Lync Client for WP7.   Take a look at the video [View:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UABgObGTk6o]     It will be made available for free on the Windows Phone Marketplace very soon.   Great job guys! 🙂   @cbmdk

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TFS on 64bit… Did I hear a NO CAN DO?

Sitting at a customer we just spedified a new server to host our TFS for internal use… We got our hands on a quad cpu Opteron with 8gb ram… of course we wanted to utilize the 8gb memory, and therefore told the outsourcing partner that they should roll on 64bit Windows 2003 r2. As everyone…

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Windows 7 is now………………. *drumroll* Windows 7

uuuuuh it’s a long wait for the Alpha of Windows 7… the release is scheduled to October 28 at @ pdc… but maybe we can get an internal beta before… it would be cool…. I’m looking forward to the new stuff we have added… But frankly spoken, I have never ever had any problems with…

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BSOD never misses a big event

… and neither did it at the grand opening of the Olympics in Beijing…  http://rivercoolcool.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!D6F05428A2B8CB48!1570.entry  even though the games are running on XP…  would this have happened if they had run Vista? 😉 OUCH!

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Just a little reminder for my own sake…

Unrecognized endpoint to WCF Test Client   If you have installed the Biztalk Services SDK on top of VS 2008 SP1, the Biztalk Service SDK introduces an endpoint with relayBinding in the <client> section of the <system.serviceModel> element in the machine.config file.   When adding a service to WCF Test Client, an unrecognized endpoint will…

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Diff disk from the CRM Product Team

Hey there, The CRM product team has released a Differentiation File for the public available MS CRM VPC found here:http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=DD939ED9-87A5-4C13-B212-A922CC02B469&displaylang=en It’s filled with bug fixes and a lot of sample data. The “original” vpc is required for this file…. Grab it here:http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=B780B7EA-D7D5-44C5-BB9D-B7B87B4A3A62&displaylang=en I haven’t tried it yet, but I will try it out asap, and will…

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Install Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Server on multiple computers

I was browsing around the resource center in MS CRM and stumbled upon a pretty good site describing how to setup MS CRM on multiple servers. This is a complete walkthrough, covering the setup of the load balancing software on the CRM servers and the setup of the CRM servers themselves. Go have a look,…

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Visual Studio 2010 beta and .net 4.0 beta now available on MSDN

Hey guys, Just wanted to update you on some really cool stuff… Visual Studio 2010 and .net 4 is now available on MSDN. Go get it… I just downloaded it and I’m about to set it up on Windows 7 RC 7127… oh btw, with Office 2010… Don’t hate the player… hate the game 😛…

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM eService Accelerator NOW ONLINE!

Hi There, I just saw that the eService Accelerator is now online. I have downloaded it and I’m halfway through my test install, and from the video… it looks really good… I’ll keep you posted about my findings Back to the installation, Christian

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