MVP Friday Five November 25, 2011

Welcome to another MVP Friday Five. We've rounded up a great collection of articles written by five MVPs from the last couple of weeks. As always, they share their expert knowledge in the form of tips, how-to's and walkthrough's.  We know you'll enjoy this sampling of the contributions MVPs make to the tech community every week!


1. InfoPath Form to Upload an Image to SharePoint (No Code)

By InfoPath MVP S.Y.M. Wong-A-Ton

S.Y.M. teaches you how to create an InfoPath form that can upload an image to SharePoint using a web service data connection and rules without code.


2. Office 365 DirSync (x64) Installation Walkthrough

By Exchange Server MVP Mike Crowley | @MikeTCrowley

Mike looks under the hood of Microsoft’s new 64-bit version of DirSync.exe to verify that it is not installed or configured differently than its 32-bit predecessor and shares his experiences and insights along the way.


3. Deployment of TCPIP Printer via GPO & GPP

By Group Policy MVP Tan Chee

Tan Chee explains how to deploy printers via GPO and GPP to more than 1000 Windows 7 machine under the same Domain


4. Inventory Hyper-V Machine and Virtual Machine Using PowerShell

By Virtual Machine MVP Yoong Seng Lai | @ericlaiys

Yoong Seng shares how you can use PowerShell to get some information about Hyper-V Host and VM.


5. Using MVVMLight, ItemsControl, Blend and Behaviors to Make a ‘Heads up Compass’

By Windows Phone Development: Development MVP Joost van Schaik |@LocalJoost

Joost shows how to use the technique of combine ItemsControl and behaviors to make a kind of heads up compass. He also sprinkles some ‘how to do things in Blend’ (like adding and configuring behaviors) throughout the article as well.


We are always looking for more MVP stories for our Friday Five series. If you’re an MVP and would like your blog posts considered for our MVP Friday Five, please provide your URL in the comments section below or reach out to your MVP Lead!








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