New post on troubleshooting 403.7 errors

My colleague Emmanuel has published a great new blogs post on troubleshooting 403.7 “Client Certificate Required errors”. Read all about it here. HTH Doug

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New developer tools features in IE9

Good blog post here detailing the new developer tools features in Internet Explorer 9. HTH Doug

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How to figure out why your web application is running slow.

I came across this great “portal article” (by which I mean it has links to resources on a particular topic) about Developer Tools & Platforms Performance It starts of with a short plug for Microsoft advisory services but then moves onto a long list of self-help resources, including articles, blog posts and tools. HTH Doug

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ASP.NET User-Agent limitation expanded from 256 to 512 characters

Today, I am pleased to bring you a guest posting from one of my colleagues, Daisuke Maki, Escalation Engineer for Web Developer technologies in Microsoft Japan. In fact this is the English translation of Daisuke’s original posting in Japanese which is available here.   “For security reasons, ASP.NET (1.1 and 2.0) limited the maximum length…

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UK IE8 ‘Compatibility Labs’ events

Do you live in the UK near Reading? Do you manage, maintain or develop a web site and are you working to ensure it is fully compatible with Internet Explorer 8? There are a few places available on a couple of FREE hands-on lab events to give assistance with Internet Explorer 8 compatibility. The events…

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Internet Explorer 8.0 Resources

Internet Explorer 8.0 is currently available as “RC1” or “Release Candidate 1” (which means it is pretty near final version, much more so than, say, a beta version). This version of IE is a major new version and has lots to offer developers but also has a lot of implications for web site owners and…

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Internet Explorer 8 Beta 2 now available

As it says in the title of the post. Read about it on the IE team blog. Read about it on the portal page. Read my previous post on IE8 compatibility.

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