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Category Archives: Windows
I recently had a problem with Microsoft Lync locking my Outlook data file despite exiting Lync. It happened constantly on reboot and locked up my email. It would also lock Read the rest of the entry…
How to Restore Microsoft SQL Azure Backup to Microsoft SQL Server I’ve been exploring Microsoft Azure more and more recently. One of the most common pains I’ve seen though is Read the rest of the entry…
The Problem One of the test environments I help maintain is subject to dynamic and regular changes in .NET applications. The development team are constantly releasing new builds that are Read the rest of the entry…
ISAPI Filter ‘C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319\\aspnet_filter.dll’ could not be loaded due to a configuration problem
Problem After monthly server patching, I also made some security enhancements to the web.config files in the C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\FrameworkXX\vXXX\CONFIG\ directories. It was therefore important that I test both 32bit and 64bit application Read the rest of the entry…