Jeff Jones posted a blog entry to celebrate Red Hat fixing their 1000th unique security vulnerability. He also draws attention to a Red Hat post on their “Truth Happens” blog back in August, which itself quotes a post on Lxer.com. Jeff posts quarterly statistics on his blog that show how many vulnerabilities have been patched for various […]
This page contains Amazon affiliate links. If you make a purchase through one of these links, I earn a small commission at no extra cost to you. This morning I sat and passed the 70-236 exam from Microsoft, which is titled TS: Exchange Server 2007, Configuring. Passing this exam earns you MCTS: Microsoft Exchange Server […]
The Windows Vista Team Blog has posted a handy list of all of the official Microsoft product team blogs. Turns out I was already subscribed to seven of them but managed to pick up a couple of new ones that interest me.
Update: 18th September I’ve come across a frustrating problem with an Exchange Server 2007 deployment in which Outlook Web Access is not functioning correctly for one of the Client Access servers. Here is a test scenario in which the problem occurs. Install an Exchange server TESTEXC1 with the Client Access (CA), Hub Transport (HT), and Mailbox (MB) […]
The Microsoft Sharepoint Products and Technologies Team Blog published a write up back in April this year written by Avneesh Kaushik about their experience using Microsoft Office Sharepoint Server 2007 and ASP.NET 2.0 to develop the Hawaiian Air internet website. The HawaiianAir.com website is mission critical for Hawaiian Airlines because it transacted the majority of […]