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Exchange is a complex and large product which can have one thousand and one possible issues, one more obscure as the next. The purpose of this guide is to shed some light, where possible, to how things work in Exchange (and outlook), how they can break and how you should approach the issue at hand. Unfortunately it is very time consuming to create a complete troubleshooting guide where every dependency is explained in detail. But that is not the aim of this document anyways. What is the aim? Give ...
Here’s how we migrated our TFS 2008 to TFS 2010. This is not an in-place migration. What is generally recommended as upgrade path is to backup the TFS 2008 DBs, restore them in the new TFS data tier and then install TFS 2010. This will migrate all the projects at once. However, we wanted to keep the TFS 2008 environment running for a while, so this path did not do. We first set up a new machine (and a new domain, but that is a whole other story) with TFS 2010 and WSS 3.0. The database tier was on ...
Although I hate to quote that often, but, this one is totally worth it: Brad Abrams recently wrote a reference to this great "Evolving a .NET 3.5 Application" white paper, about the common scenario of migrating a .NEt 2.0 project to .NET 3.5. The white paper is available in PDF format here (direct link). About which I quote Brad's words: I reader recently forwarded me an interesting case study that covers a very common scenario: Porting a .NET Framework 2.0 based application to .NET Framework 3.5. ...