Live From Redmond: Client Application Services in Orcas

[Update]  My introductory post to Client Application Services is available here http://blogs.msdn.com/saurabh/archive/2008/05/16/net-framework-3-5-client-application-services.aspx    [Original Post]  Continuing further along in with our “Live from Redmond” series I shall be presenting the following talk on Nov 27th … Have attached the slide deck from the talk. The actual presentation can be viewed online at any time through the registration link below….

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Live From Redmond: Configuring ClickOnce to best work for your deployment scenario

[Update 11/27]  The talk is now available online here [Click here for zipped download]   [Update 11/07] Attaching the Slide Deck from the presentation to the post.     [Original Post] Continuing with our highly popular “Live from Redmond” series I shall be presenting the following ClickOnce talk on Nov 7th … Live From Redmond: Configuring ClickOnce…

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Live From Redmond series – Talk Resources

An Overview of Windows Forms in Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 For all the folks that logged into my MSDN talk today morning here is the slide deck from the talk. The talk being demo intensive the deck might not be super helpful but it does have the resources slide which will direct you to where you can get…

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Upcoming team webcasts – Live From Redmond series

As part of the Live From Redmond Series of talks I shall be presenting a talk on Aug 23rd – “An Overview of Windows Forms in Microsoft Visual Studio 2005”. Windows Forms application development takes a giant step forward in Visual Studio 2005. This session provides an overview of the new Windows Forms feature set, as…

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TechEd 2006

[Update] Have attached the TechEd Slide Deck. The resources section for the deck will alos direct you to the sample code that I demoed during the presentation. [Original Post]Am in Boston this week for TechEd … and just got done with my talk titled “Windows Forms in Visual Studio 2005: An Overview”.I had planned to…

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ClickOnce and FireFox

Firstly sorry for the delay in this messaging from ClickOnce. Judging by the passionate opinions I have heard around the community on this issue, this is a blog we should have posted a while back. [Hanselman’s Blog – http://www.hanselman.com/blog/PermaLink.aspx?guid=7ce42ccd-e531-4d43-a93f-73483c0afd3d][Sven Groot’s Blog – https://channel9.msdn.com/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=138273] [Lady bug – http://lab.msdn.microsoft.com/productfeedback/viewfeedback.aspx?feedbackid=5b309bf8-370d-4571-8ce2-aaebb525488b ] Geting to business; In the V2.0 release…

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ClickOnce and permission elevation prompting in the internet zone

The Decision – With the .Net Framework V2.0 release of ClickOnce, any ClickOnce App deployed from the internet zone can prompt the user for permission elevation. For the earlier Beta2 release of ClickOnce, prompting had been explicitly disabled for internet applications that were not Authenticode signed. We consciously reversed this decision for the final release. This decision…

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File Patching

While upgrading from v1.0 to v2.0 of an ClickOnce application, files/assemblies that have remained unchanged (have the same hash) across the update are not redownloaded from the server. Instead they are just copied over locally in the Clickonce store from the v1.0 to v2.0 app folder. This is totally transparent to the user except for the Dowload…

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ClickOnce Team Blog

The ClickOnce team now has a team blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/clickonceKeep checking it out for tips and tricks, announcamants and other information on the ClickOnce technology and team.

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