Monthly Archives: February 2009

Time Synchronization in Hyper-V

Turns out that by default Virtual Machines are setup through the "Integration Services” to include Time Synchronization. This is OK if you’re not on a domain but really you should let the domain be the time master not the Parent … Continue reading

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TFS Settings

You can set this at the client or server side i.e. at the team site level or local dev VS settings: Server Side: Client Side: Araxis Merge Integration: http://readcommit.blogspot.com/2008/04/araxis-merge-integration-with-tfs-team.html http://blogs.msdn.com/jmanning/articles/535573.aspx http://www.araxis.com/merge/scm_integration.html#VisualStudioTeamFoundation

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TFS

1.0 Publishing TFS Through a Reverse Proxy With this approach, you install a TFS server on your internal network and use the ISA Server Web publishing functionality to expose it to the external network. Remote users access TFS over SSL … Continue reading

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SQL Server 2008 Stuff

– if you want to bring in 12th month of a million rows, you could create table beside 1-11th month then index it then ‘merge’ it into the 1-11th month using partition and no import needed, its immediate – table … Continue reading

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