The Project Location is Not Trusted

This dialog box appears if you attempt to open or create a client project on a Universal Naming Convention (UNC) path. By default, a UNC path is not a trusted location for a project. Your project might not run correctly when you attempt to debug or run from this location. If you need to work with code inside Visual Studio that is located on a network or remote location (non-trusted project location), you can modify

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It’s Been Busy…

The last few weeks have been very busy with work.  Last week I was in Las Vegas for the Exchange Connections Conference where I attended sessions mainly focused on Exchange 2007.  Lots of cool new things with the new version of Exchange, and lots of things to be expected for Service Pack 1. This week I was in Redmond presenting on Windows Storage Server at the Microsoft Partner Solution Center.  I’m sitting in the Seattle

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XM Radio Online

I’ve had an XM subscription for quite some time now.  One thing that they started a little while back was the ability to listen to most of their stations via the Internet.  If you have a monthly XM account for a receiver, then you automatically get access to XM Radio Online. From their website, you can login to XM Radio Online.  It opens a new window with their player interface.  The problem with this is

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A Messaging Uplift

I’m taking the Microsoft course for upgrading skills from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2007 this week.  It’s a three day course with about five days worth of content jammed into it. So far it has been very good.  Lots of major changes in Exchange 2007, particularly around the platform and message routing.  Nonetheless, some very fun stuff too.

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