WPF ignoring BiDi control characters

Hello everyone, Have you ever tried using the following BiDirectional (Disclaimer: The content linked here is not from Microsoft: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bi-directional_text http://unicode.org/reports/tr9/) control characters in WPF? LRM (U+200E, Left-To-Right Mark) LRE (U+202A, Left-To-Right Embedding) LRO (U+202D, Left-To-Right Override) PDF (U+202C, Pop Directional Formatting) If the answer is yes, you will have noticed that WPF is completely…

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File Server Resource Manager: Creating a custom classification module – Registration

Hello everyone, This is part 3 of my mini-series on how to create a custom file classification module that can be run by the File Server Resource Manager which ships with Windows Server 2008 R2. (If you missed the other parts, you can return to the index by clicking here)   Registering the Classification Module…

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File Server Resource Manager: Creating a custom classification module – Implementation

Hello everyone, This is part 3 of my mini-series on how to create a custom file classification module that can be run by the File Server Resource Manager which ships with Windows Server 2008 R2. (If you missed the other parts, you can return to the index by clicking here) The Implementation To create a…

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File Server Resource Manager: Creating a custom classification module – Introduction

Hello everyone, This is the first part of my mini-series on how to create a custom file classification module that can be run by the File Server Resource Manager which ships with Windows Server 2008 R2. (If you missed the other parts, you can return to the index by clicking here)   Introduction What is…

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File Server Resource Manager: Creating a custom classification module – Index

Hello everyone, The other day a customer wanted to classify his documents using the File Resource Manager of Windows Server 2008 R2. He needed to classify a huge amount of files with dynamic values in a short amount of time. He found that opening the files programmatically, one by one, writing their classification properties and…

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Communication between Windows Services and Applications in Windows Vista and higher

Hello everyone, If you are trying to migrate a Windows service that communicates with other applications via window messages to Windows Vista or higher (Vista, Server 2008 (+ R2), 7), or if you are implementing a new service, please remember: Windows Vista introduced a new concept called “Session 0 Isolation”! Have a look at the following quote…

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