Tuesday, November 18, 2003

GotDotNet User Sample: RSS FeedReader Web Part
SharePoint Syndication: "same directory as rss.aspx) will"

RSS alerts from WSS notifications
Microsoft FrontPage Customization Kit for SharePoint Products and Technologies

This is a Microsoft site produced by 3rd parties to demonstrate what can be done with FrontPage 2003 and Sharepoint V2
Home - WSS FAQ

Typically looking for something completly different I stumbled upon this excellent resource for Windows Sharepoint Services which I really could have done with 2 weeks ago!

Friday, October 17, 2003

This blog has now been split into two, a technical info one and a normal Blog one. The normal one can be found at http://MarkIwaszko@Blogspot.com
Examining Windows Server 2003 Group Policy Enhancements: "Examining Windows Server 2003 Group Policy Enhancements "

Windows Group policies are very powerfull and very dangerious. Here is a concise article on the updates to Windows 2003 Group Policies for further education.

Friday, September 19, 2003

Interview with Knute Iwaszko
Some relation perhaps ?

Wednesday, September 17, 2003

pdf 995: create PDF documents easily for free

Interesting PDF Creation Tools.

My kids primary school (Burford School, Marlow Bottom) wants to keep thier web site uptodate and offer HTML, Word and PDF versions of the same documents. This tool looks like it might achieve this for them.

I found it amongst an interesting set of software links at zenithoptimedia

Wednesday, September 03, 2003

RE: [ActiveDir] Last Logon Script: "On Error Resume Next
Dim User
Dim UserName
Dim UserDomain
UserDomain = InputBox('Enter the name of the domain:') UserName =
InputBox('Enter the name of the user:') Set User = GetObject('WinNT://' &
UserDomain & '/' & UserName & ',user') MsgBox 'The last time ' & UserName &
' logged on was: ' & vbCRLf & vbCRLf & User.LastLogin"

Tuesday, September 02, 2003

Tuesday, August 26, 2003

Sunday, August 24, 2003

Quantum Entanglement
News: SCSI prototypes square off: "NEW YORK--Three tech allies demonstrated a new storage technology that they believe will keep a venerable hard drive standard safe from extinction.
Hewlett-Packard, Seagate and Adaptec demonstrated prototype versions of Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) at the CeBit America trade show here this week. The companies, combined with a host of other allies, are betting that the technology will stay a step ahead of a lower-end but increasingly powerful standard, Serial ATA (SATA).
SATA has its roots in ATA, the technology used to plug hard drives into desktop computers. SAS, on the other hand, is the sequel for SCSI drives that's used for jobs such as servers, for which every whit of performance matters.


'Will SATA encroach? Yes,' said Linus Wong, director of strategic marketing for Adaptec, which makes adapters that let computers control storage systems that are made of groups of hard drives. 'People continue to push ATA to its limits...But at the end of the day, the requirement for SCSI is still there.'
Adaptec is backing both technologies. SATA will be useful for accessing infrequently used data such as a bank's scanned image of a check, whereas SAS will be adopted for demanding server tasks such as databases with a heavy transaction rate, Wong said.
Prototype SAS controllers from Adaptec are scheduled to arrive late this year, with products going to server companies such as HP in early 2004 and general shipping starting in mid-2004, Wong said.
SATA and SAS are both examples of a newer technology that's remaking computer innards in which carefully synchronized data is transferred through a small number of high-speed 'serial' wires instead of a large number of 'parallel' wires. Other examples of serial technology include the IEEE 1394 and USB plug-in ports, along with the PCI Exp"
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Remeber Dell Precsision 360 PCs have ATA 100 Raid controllers in !