Blog Switch (you don’t get rid of me that easily)


For all of you wondering if I had disappeared from the planet, you may be pleased to know that I am simply moving blogs.


Based on your feedback the Canadian IT Pro team is amalgamating our efforts and our blogs in to two new spaces:


The Canadian IT Pro Blog


http://blogs.technet.com/canitpro


The Canadian IT Managers Blog


http://blogs.technet.com/cdnitmanagers


You told us that you want to connect with the team, but that we could make your lives easier by consolidating the blogs and providing separate technical and manager / architect information. You informed us you wanted more guest bloggers from the community and industry. You shouted from the roof tops you wanted more…. so I ask you to add the new blogs to your favorites and RSS readers and I look forward to meeting you all there.


Comments (2)

  1. Drew says:

    When will the inability of IE7 to access ftp sites be fixed & the inability to handle Live Meeting?  As well as the fact that toolbar placement doesn’t hold after Lock the Toolbars is clicked?

    Drew

  2. SAM SERAJIAN says:

    I think usually it depends on the remote ftp server settings, but  whenever ICF or any other security application opens the appropriate port (either static or dynamic), connections should be fine unless incorrect rights and permissions have been assigned to the ftp folder on the server side.

    Toolbar lock down option is also useful in having a constant toolbar for new users.

    "XP Home can establish RDP-tcp connections with an

    XP Pro. but this is not possible if connecting from XP Pro. to XP Home!"