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  • Blog Post: Windows 7 - what\How it knows about your netconn

    Worth a read on an interesting aspect of Microsoft Networking on Windows 7 ... http://tech.slashdot.org/story/11/05/17/2355256/How-Windows-7-Knows-About-Your-Internet-Connection?utm_source=rss1.0&utm_medium=feed I think I might try to setup an alternative source to download the test file ....
  • Blog Post: How to properly set up a Task Sequence to deploy Windows 7 images captured via an SCCM 2007 Capture CD

    Over on the ConfigMgr Support team blog they have a write up on how to setup a TS to deploy Win7 images http://blogs.technet.com/b/configurationmgr/archive/2010/04/12/how-to-set-up-a-task-sequence-to-deploy-windows-7-images-captured-via-an-sccm-2007-capture-cd.aspx When a Task Sequence is created...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7 \ Server 2008 R2 support in ConfigMgr 2007 SP1

    The ConfigMgr product team recently announced support for Windows 7 and Windows 2008 R2 for ConfigMgr 2007 in the form of an update that can be applied to a site server. Great news, but some folk could be forgiven for thinking that Microsoft are providing full support for these platforms now, although...
  • Blog Post: Some Windows 7 RTM info ...

    We're very close to Windows 7, can you sense the disturbance in the force yet? Some interesting info on the RTM release over at the Windows team blog http://windowsteamblog.com/blogs/windows7/default.aspx
  • Blog Post: Windows 7 up for release at the end of 2009?

    It looks like Windows 7 will RTM this side of Xmas! No one has officially said this, but Mark Russinovich dropped a huge hint in a webcast he did recently in reference to the technical aspects (Kernel ...) of Windows 7. Do hope the OS does go RTM. I cannot wait to swap out Vista, and boot Windows...
  • Blog Post: Most users only have 2 applications open?

    Microsoft is preparing us for the Slice and Dice of Windows 7 ... Here's some chatter about the Starter Edition, sigh! Obviously Windows 7 is going to get the same treatment as Vista, whereby they (MS) slice up the product in to different versions, making it more cost effective to own for those...
  • Blog Post: A Windows 7 Experience on MONSTER

    A few weeks back I invested in a new machine for home use. It's called Monster. I thought the name was appropriate considering that it's not made by a box-shifter (Dell, HP, IBM Et al, AlienWare), but by me using some of the latest Video, motherboard and processor components. ...