Monthly Archives: August 2009

Windows 7 RTM – Learning from my own mistakes (Applications installation pitfalls)…

Here’s my experience installing my Windows 7 RTM which I was very excited to do.   After experiencing an almost perfect Beta and RC then it was a little more work with RTM.  Please, don’t get me wrong but I put … Continue reading

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SQL Saturday#16 was a great success!!!

Thanks to all SQLSaturday#16 organizers, fellows SQL Speakers from all over Florida for coming over, and one guy in particular that brought his wife from South Carolina just to speak the conferences (Chris Eargle).  Both Chad Miller and myself appreciate … Continue reading

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Windows 7 and PowerShell version 2 RTM is finally out…

Thanks to the Microsoft PowerShell and Springboard/Windows 7 Team, Windows 7 RTM is out with PowerShell v2 RTM included.  With a great tools comes greater responsibility.  PowerShell v2 comes its more powerful than ever and comes with lots of tools … Continue reading

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Sapien Technologies releases brand new “PrimalForms 2009”…

Yes, finally is out.  I like “PrimalForms Community Edition” but the new “PrimalForms 2009 v1” will make you fall in love for it.  This new version with the added editorm and more features will integrates with their  “PimalScript Studio”… its … Continue reading

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Active Directory Powershell Blog : Use Active Directory Powershell to manage Windows 2003/2008 DCs

Just found this link.  Check it out!!   PowerShell is moving along. Active Directory Powershell Blog : Use Active Directory Powershell to manage Windows 2003/2008 DCs

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MyDbBackup script – Use PrimalForms add value to your PowerShell Scripts…

Lets get right to the point…  Download this great from Sapien the “PrimalForms Community Edition”.   Its free and with a little extra work, you can add value to your scripts.  In this sample I’m adding a Windows GUI to one … Continue reading

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