Using System Center Endpoint Protection 2012 SP1 on Windows Embedded Standard 7 and POSReady 7 with File Based Write Filters

Posted By J.T. KimbellProgram Manager Mark Gladding is one of our program managers at Windows Embedded. Mark is responsible for manageability of Embedded device. Since joining the team last March he has worked on the Windows Embedded 8 Pro product and delivered updates on a number of releases, such as Kinect for Windows, RDP8, .NET…

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Adding “Storage Spaces” in Windows Embedded 8 Standard – Part 2

Posted By J.T. KimbellProgram Manager Today, Bowei Xu brings us part two of his blog on Windows 8’s new Storage Spaces feature. In the example below, I will show you how to create a Parity Virtual Disk out of a Storage Pool that has four physical disks, one of which is used as a “Hot…

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Adding “Storage Spaces” in Windows Embedded 8 Standard – Part 1

Posted By J.T. KimbellProgram Manager Hey everyone, and happy new year! Today Bowei Xu is providing some great information on Storage Spaces, a new feature provided in Windows 8, and how you can use Storage Spaces in Windows Embedded. Before we get to the article, here’s a little bit more about Bowei. Bowei currently works…

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PowerToys Make Life Easier: CBS Package Inspector

Posted By J.T. KimbellProgram Manager A few years ago on our old blog, I posted to let everyone know about a PowerToy we released called CBS Package Inspector. With our new blog up and a new audience, I wanted to spend a bit of time highlighting that tool again. CBS Package Inspector was created by…

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Using Push Button Reset to Enable Your Embedded Scenarios

Posted By J.T. Kimbell Program Manager When I first read the blog from Desmond Lee and Steven Sinofsky in early January on the new Push Button Reset features coming in Windows 8, I was pretty excited, and I immediately started trying to think of how Refresh and Reset could be useful. So, what’s Push Button…

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Driver Discovery on Windows Embedded 8

Posted By J.T. Kimbell Program Manager For Windows Embedded 8, we’ve done what we can to make the OS development process easier and more streamlined. I think you’ll like the changes. However in working with customers, I’ve found that it’s not always straightforward to understand which drivers are needed on a particular device. With this…

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Heavenly Dog food: Building a DVR with WinTV7

Posted By J.T. Kimbell Program Manager Here on the Windows Embedded team, we try to do more than just build software, we also “eat our own dog food” and use our software for our everyday work and to emulate possible customer scenarios. Today I wanted to share with you the first post of a small…

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How a Mouth Guard Can Save a Life

Posted By J.T. KimbellProgram Manager If you want to get me excited, talk to me about sports. Ask me to play some pickup basketball, to watch some American football, or nerd out with a computer game like Football Manager. The competition, strategy, and feats of athleticism found in sports just seem to tickle my fancy….

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Supporting Applications with Unified Write Filter

Posted By J.T. Kimbell Program Manager Hey everyone. You may have noticed posts were a bit sparser during the month of September as I was out on paternity leave spending time with my new little boy. However, I’m back and we’re ready to get the content flowing again. We’ve had the privilege this summer of…

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Windows Embedded Standard 8 Third Community Technology Preview Released

Posted By J.T. Kimbell Program Manager In June, we announced at Computex in Taiwan the release of the second Community Technology Preview (CTP) for Windows Embedded Standard 8. Building on that momentum, we’re excited to say the third CTP is available today, and David Wurster, a product manager on the Windows Embedded team, is here…

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