I have zero idea who this guy is, but he deserves a medal of sorts for this blog on Exchange IMF, be it 2003 or 2007.
Very nice material.
Kudos to Bharat Suneja whoever you are. Nicely done.
Everyone calls MS bloatware, heavy, overloaded, etc etc.
I just had to install Java Runtime to play some silly internet game.
This freakin thing wants 143MB of drive space so websites can have little plugin bullshit operate.
And MS is bloatware.
I wonder just how much of the "bloatware" is actually "I hate MS."
Only 38 this morning.
So I kicked the missus to the curb and rode to work.
Froze my damn fingers, but it will be worth it this afternoon when it is supposed to be mid-50's.
There is something about an Italian liter that seriously fires up your day.
G. Thorogood - I hope I have that spelling correct and I am too lazy to check it just now.
"Louie to Frisco" - very nice.
Pounding keyboards, hard sax, driving guitar licks. The band sounds like it might have played together a time or two.
Reminded me what I like about music.
Have a great day.
ws08 server backup is the same as the vista business/ultimate/enterprise version.
Install the Windows Server backup options.
Backs up to VHD format. Almost capable of doing bare-metal restores.
Minasi: http://www.minasi.com/newsletters/nws0801.htm has a nice readout of using it with Vista.
I just duplicated that effort with a smallish WS08 installation....very nice.
Has anyone else notice the bifurcation (trifurcation?) of the Dems candidates?
The exit polls showed black americans typically voting for Obama because of race and the female americans typically voting for Klinton because she is a woman.
What the republicans are doing is another matter for another day.
But I wonder. Clearly, we are going to have a Dem candidate that is either black or a woman. Will they get bright and have both of them on the same ticket?
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