Monthly Archives: April 2009

Windows 7 Links for April 27, 2009

Many postings over the weekend and today regarding Windows 7. Windows 7 Release Candidate (RC) will be made available to MSDN and Technet subscribers on April 30, 2009 and the public release will begin May 5. The biggest announcement was

Posted in Blog, Microsoft, Windows 7

Links for April 27, 2009

Tips For Using Nessus In Web Application Testing from Tenable Network Security by Paul Asadoorian While Nessus has traditionally been a network vulnerability scanner, it contains quite a bit of functionality that can be used to identify vulnerabilities in custom

Posted in Blog, Microsoft, MOSS, MOSS 2007, Nessus, SharePoint


The one post of mine that has garnered the most hits had to do with LastLogonTimeStamp. A post from Ask the Directory Services Team entitled “The LastLogonTimeStamp Attribute” – “What it was designed for and how it works” provides a

Posted in Active Directory, Blog, Microsoft, Windows Server

SharePoint Links – Week of April 20, 2009

3 Minute Screencast: Create a Master Calendar in SharePoint from End User SharePoint Here’s a quick, 2 minute screencast to show the structure and functionality of the Master Calendar solution. If you like what you see, there’s a live

Posted in Microsoft, MOSS, MOSS 2007, Project Server, Project Server 2007, SharePoint

Windows 7 Links – Week of April 20, 2009

Windows 7 could change our perception of PCs from CNet Can Windows 7 be the savior that manufacturers like Dell and HP have been waiting for? Don Reisinger thinks so. Windows 7 security enhancements from CNet As RSA

Posted in Microsoft, Windows, Windows 7

Links for the Week of April 20, 2009

Lot of catching up to do this week. Here goes… Get 9 free audiobook MP3s from Barnes & Noble from CNet Heard any good books lately? Here’s your chance to hear eight short stories from well-known authors and one

Posted in Autism, Bob Dylan, D-Link, Dilbert, IT Security, Microsoft, Microsoft Project, Microsoft Project 2007, Nessus, network, Oracle, Security

Playing For Change: Song Around the World "Stand By Me”

I fond this through from LepoLand – A Blog by Alan Lepofsky. It’s pretty awesome. I though I’d share it and try embedding a video using Windows Live Writer (looks like it worked).

Posted in YouTube

Cisco SAFE Reference Guides

An updated set of Cisco SAFE Reference Guides, have been released. Take advantage of this validated next-generation security architecture and its design and implementation guidelines for building highly secure networks. Cisco SAFE provides detailed design and implementation guidelines for organizations

Posted in 19134521, CISCO, IT Security, network, Security

Links for April 14, 2009

Burn ISO Images Natively in Windows 7 from Windows Vista Team Blog Geeks and IT Pros often have to burn an ISO image (.iso file) to physical media such as a CD or DVD to test out and install software.

Posted in IE7, IE8, IT Security, MED-V, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Project, Microsoft Project 2007, MOSS, MOSS 2007, Project Server 2007

Links for April 13, 2009

Microsoft Blogger Updates Emaill Thread Compressor for Outlook 2007 from The Road to Know Where Microsoft TechNet blogger, Ewan Dalton, has updated his Email Thread Compressor Add-in for Outlook 2007. Thread Compressor removes unnecessary emails, on the assumption that most

Posted in Amazon, GFI, GFI LANguard, IE8, Internet Explorer8, Microsoft, Microsoft Office, Nessus, Outlook 2007, VMWare
April 2009