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  • WinXP and/or Win2003 with SC Forefront Endpoint Protection installed, MsMpEng.exe crashes after definition update

    Symptoms: If you are running Windows XP and/or Windows Server 2003 with SC Forefront Endpoint Protection installed, MsMpEng.exe crashes after definition update 1.171.1.0. The system also runs slowly and almost hangs. Impacted OS: Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 Workaround: Disable Behavior Monitoring feature, either in the policy or via the SCEP UI. Next Action from Microsoft: We are pending a release of a definition update so BM can be enabled again. We will actively communicate out again as soon
    Posted to VB MVP KenLin @HKSAR (Weblog) by kenlin on Wed, Apr 16 2014
  • The new features introduced in each version for C# (1.0 - 5.0)

    Last week I have a gathering with all current and ex-HK MVPs. During the dinner, we talked about what is the difference between each new version of C#. Please allow me to have a short summary of this topic into a picture. You are welcome to share this picture to your friends, your user group, your colleagues. P.S. Noted that Microsoft has just announced that VS2013 will be coming soon, I will come back to this once it is Release or in Beta.
    Posted to VB MVP KenLin @HKSAR (Weblog) by kenlin on Fri, Jun 21 2013
    Filed under: .NET, Visual Studio, C#
  • Unable to cast object of type 'System.Xml.Schema.XmlSchemaAny' to type 'System.Xml.Schema.XmlSchemaElement'

    If you are using ReportView with AJAX, you have to make sure that you are using the correct version of the AJAX with the .NET version. AJAX Version Target .NET or VS Version Version 1.0.20229 .NET Framework 2.0, ASP.NET AJAX 1.0 and Visual Studio 2005 Version 3.0.20229 (2008-02-29 release) .NET Framework 3.5 and Visual Studio 2008 Version 3.0.40412 (April 12 2010 release) .NET 3.5 Service Pack 1 and Visual Studio 2008 SP1 Version 4.1.51116.0 (Nov 16 2011 release) .NET 4.0 and Visual Studio 2010 Version
    Posted to VB MVP KenLin @HKSAR (Weblog) by kenlin on Thu, Jun 20 2013
    Filed under: ASP.NET/AJAX
  • How to Enable Past Intellisense Addresses for Other Profile in Outlook

    Some what I have problems on my original outlook profile and I have to create another one. I then found out that there is no intellisense addresses comes up when I am typing in To or CC. So I try to find a solution on how to solve it. I finally solved and I found this is good and you may also need it sometimes. And here are the way to solve it. 1) Close your Outlook 2) Browse to C:\Documents and Settings\%Username%\Application Datas\Microsoft\ 3) There are files named, "[Old_Outlook_Profile_Name
    Posted to VB MVP KenLin @HKSAR (Weblog) by kenlin on Tue, Dec 11 2012
    Filed under: Outlook
  • VS2012 Giveaway is not there this time

    Since VS2005, all Developer MVPs has 3 giveaway on the VS subscription. Some MVPs were giving it to public, some MVPs were giving to friends, some MVPs were giving it to memebrs of their local community. However, this time there is no such giveaway when VS2012 launch. Why? I don't know the reason. But I think, VS2012 which is targeting Win8 development and Microsoft should enourage developers to build apps to Microsoft Store. So I highly recommend tht MVP program could try to arrange this.
    Posted to VB MVP KenLin @HKSAR (Weblog) by kenlin on Tue, Nov 13 2012
    Filed under: .NET, Visual Studio, Community, Windows 8, VS
  • Visual Studio 11 is now rename to Visual Studio 2012, and is turning from Beta to RC

    Following Windows 8 is released its Release Preview, Visual Studio 11 is also having some changes since 1st June 2012. Now Visual Studio 11 is confirmed to be named Visual Studio 2012, and also it is now turning from Beta to RC. This means that it is going to be RTM. in my personal thinking, it might be released in the same date as Windows 8. So as a developer, you really need to catch up some changes on HTML 5 supporting in Visual Studio 2012, and also the Metro Development for Windows 8. Don't
    Posted to VB MVP KenLin @HKSAR (Weblog) by kenlin on Wed, Jun 6 2012
    Filed under: VS
  • Windows 8 Release Preview

    Windows 8 Release Preview is released and free download and install publicly in last week. You can download it, install it and feel it. Now it is changed into Release Preview, that means the release date is close. You can also have a look on the difference edition and their features, There will be 3 editions, Windows 8, Windows 8 Pro and Windows 8 RT. Feature name Windows 8 Windows 8 Pro Windows RT Upgrades from Windows 7 Starter, Home Basic, Home Premium x x Upgrades from Windows 7 Professional
    Posted to VB MVP KenLin @HKSAR (Weblog) by kenlin on Tue, Jun 5 2012
    Filed under: Windows
  • Installing Windows 8 Consumer Preview Release

    Microsoft released the second version of Windows 8 to public on 29th Feb, 2012. This version is named Windows 8 Consumer Preview. I try to install it onto the Virtual PC and configure 2Gb ram, 20Gb Virtual Hard Disk and DVD mount to theWin8CP ISO file. Like this, And then I run the Virtual PC and getting a "golden fish" screen and then a blue screen with message, "Your computer ran into a problem and needs to restart. If you'd like to know more, you can search online later for
    Posted to VB MVP KenLin @HKSAR (Weblog) by kenlin on Fri, Mar 16 2012
    Filed under: Windows Client, Windows 8, OS
  • MSSQL Server 2012 Sample DB

    I am sure that everyone might have a need to use MSSQL Server Sample Database in every version. And now you could download the sample database for MSSQL Server 2012 too. All you need to do is browse to CodePlex and download it. It is an offical product. You may get the following files, Adventure Works DW 2012 Data File Adventure Works Multidimensional Models SQL Server 2012 Analysis Services Tuorial SQL Server 2012 Adventure Works Tabular Mode SQL Server 2012 Adventure Works Internet Sales Tabular
    Posted to VB MVP KenLin @HKSAR (Weblog) by kenlin on Thu, Mar 15 2012
  • Visual Studio 11 Beta can be downloaded now.

    Visual Studio 11 Beta is ready for you. Now you can download it from browsing http://www.microsoft.com/visualstudio/11/en-us/downloads and also can download from MSDN Subscriber Downloads . There are some compatibility with previous releases. I think the main points are, .NET 4.5 is an in-place update of .NET 4 You can install and Use Visual Studio 11 Beta alongside Visual Studio 2010. Also, there are some upgrade paths planned ready for Developer Preview / Beta / RC / RTM later on. Supported: Upgrade
    Posted to VB MVP KenLin @HKSAR (Weblog) by kenlin on Tue, Mar 13 2012
    Filed under: .NET, Visual Studio
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