Windows Mobile 5 Emulator and .bin file Images from the tour

Damir and I are in the process of personally reviewing each and every feedback and comment you provided to us through the evaluations. Yup – we said we reviewed them and we aren’t joking. Our plan is to have the bulk of the questions addressed in a subsequent blog post or two (three, four …)…

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We have a definition for AKU!!!

Thanks to Dwayne Lamb of VisualByte in Toronto for digging up the definition of the term we have been using a fair bit on the TNX:TechNet Exchange Tour.  The acronym AKU stands for Adaptation Kit Update, which is a set of code sent to OEMs to update Mobile 5 devices.  Like we said on the…

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Tool Available to Verify Certificate Authentication for Mobile 5 Devices

As a follow-on to the TNX:TechNet Exchange Tour, I thought I would share with you a new tool that was recently released to help you ensure your certificate-based authentication of Mobile 5 devices is properly configured.  The Microsoft Exchange Server ActiveSync Certificate-Based authentication tool provides several utilities to assist an Exchange administrator in configuring and…

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TNX: TechNet Exchange – Toronto (YYZ)

So here we are, the next day after the event in Toronto and I’m already in the next hotel in the next city writing a blog post. I’m working in my mobile state with Outlook 2003 working in Cached Mode using RPC over HTTPS to connect back to my Exchange server in Redmond at mail.microsoft.com. I’m a prime…

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Great x64 Resource (and he’s in Canada)

After I published this blog post, I was pointed to a great resource from one of our MS MVP’s The “Unofficial x64 FAQ” is maintained by Charlie Russel who is one of our MVP’s living out in B.C. If you are trying to figure out how to get Windows working with the latest devices, check…

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TNX: TechNet Exchange Tour – Ottawa (YOW)

I thought I would try something a little different. I wrote this post on my Windows Mobile 5 UTStarcom 6700 smartphone from Telus Mobility while en route to Toronto.  While I wrote this post on the plane, I am now offstage at the Toronto event watching Damir present on Sharepoint and Sharepoint Portal Server… I…

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Get Antigen for SharePoint FREE Until June 30, 2006!!!

For customers looking to protect Windows SharePoint Services against viruses and inappropriate content, Microsoft is offering Antigen for SharePoint free for six months.  All Windows SharePoint Services customers are entitled to an extended free trial of Antigen for SharePoint. This trial version will be active through June 30, 2006.   To download, simply go to…

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TNX: TechNet Exchange – Calgary Edition

After Vancouver, Rick and I split the TNX:TechNet Exchange Tour into two parts – he went to Ottawa and I headed for Calgary.  First stop – the Calgary IT Pro Community user group session at the Sandman Hotel.  The venue had to be changed from the usual meeting place of the Calgary IT Pro Community…

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Secure Messaging Hands On Labs link corrected…

It was brought to my attention there was an incorrect link passed out in the post event resources and in the actual presentation about the upcoming Secure Messaging hands on labs… I have located the correct link and I wanted to make sure you were all able to register for the event in your city….

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TNX: TechNet Exchange – Vancouver Edition

Damir and I had a great time out in Vancouver – and we brought the sunshine with us. The clouds parted and dry weather prevailed for the two short days I was in town. To recap the events: VanTUG User Group Meeting: After taking a cab from the hotel to the SportBC venue, we arrived…

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