Administration of MSMQ


If you are doing integration over Microsoft Message Queuing (MSMQ) all the provided links in this blogpost could be very useful. Administration of Microsoft Message Queuing (MSMQ) can be hard without the right information at your fingertips. Here you find everything necessary to setup and operate MSMQ successfully. Most of these links are very old and some of the administration information is a bit outdated on latest Windows Servers. Nonetheless are this blog post very helpful to understand the...

Packet Analyzer on ESX Server


Last week I needed to analyze traffic form a Virtual Server hosted on a ESX machine. Normally this job would be a piece of cake if the server has his own NIC. But the way with an “old” hub or with an port mirror (port spanning) do not work with a vSwich (a virtual switch on the ESX server).

Expose for Windows


In this article i will show you a small tool named “switcher”. Maybe you know the feature expose on mac OS S, Switcher enables this on Windows Vista and Windows 7 Clients. I guess if you install Switcher you never use “alt” & “tab” and “win” & “tab” again.

Bad DNS Server Settings in GPO


For a Project I hade change the DNS Server settings on several client computers. All Clients hade fixed IP and DNS Settings on the clients and the customer want not to change to a DHCP. I can understand this approach because fixing the IP of computers can improve network security and awareness. My first approach was to look inside the GPO of Windows XP. And after 2 minutes searching look what I fond under: “Computer Configuration – Administrative Templates – Network – DNS Client – DNS...



Currently I’m in the refresher course of the swiss armed forces in Andermatt. So I get plenty of time to test my new Apple iPad. I have the 16 GB model without the 3G (UMTS) modem. I decide to buy the cheapest model because I think I don’t need much storage on my web tablet. The 3G option was for me secondary because I own a notebook with built in UMTS modem. As a side note you can use the freeware Connectify to switch any pc in to a wlan access point . Or create a wlan network proxy with an...

Agile UI Development in .NET: UI Commands


In this post, we are going to have a look at UI commands. UI commands are responsible for reacting to user input, for example the send button click in the sample I use throughout this series of agile user interface development in .NET series. For other posts in this series look here: table of contents.
We have seen in the last post that the view binds a command to the send button that it gets from the view-model:

Agile UI Development in .NET: View


Last time we started looking at sample code with the view-model class for the UI to send messages on channels (table of contents). In this post, we continue with the next responsibility, the visualization. The View The view is responsible for visualizing the domain model to the user. We have seen in the last post that the view-model provides a simplified mini-model to the view. That means that the view does not have to care about the domain model as a whole with all its interactions and...

Agile UI Development in .NET: View-Model


After the posts (table of contents) in which I covered why we need an agile UI design pattern, it’s big picture and the needed tools, I start digging into sample code. I’ll show in each post a small part of the whole picture. If you want to get all at once then you find the source of all samples at . ProCollEE is my playground to experiment with WPF and UI design. Lets start Yes, let’s start. But where? There is one UI design pattern – presenter first (link) – that...

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