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Printing PDF Using WebBrowser Control in .Net 2.0
Okay, after almost a year and an offshore assignment, I finally had a chance to update this blog. I was developing a .Net 2.0 C# windows application wherein I basically have to print PDF files from a Windows application. I tried to use the Adobe Acrobat...

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WCF
This week I had a Windows Communications Foundation training from Developmentor , sponsored by our company. I learned a lot about the new framework (dotnet 3.0) and communications. What interested me the most was the Day 4 topic which was Peer-to-peer...

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IIS 5.1: 403.9 - Access Forbidden: Too many users are connected
I found this blog that addresses my concern in IIS 5.1 for Windows XP. I recently discovered that it is crippled in such a way that it only allows 10 concurrent connections. Moreover, it is hardcoded to be configured to at most 40. If the maximum concurrent...

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Access Control Lists
Ever had Windows XP crash? And worse comes to worse you had to reformat your PC and you need to back up your data? The BIG problem is: you can't access your folders! Well, here's a workaround I've gathered around the net (that is yet to be...

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Predicates in dotNet
I've come across Predicates in dotNet 2.0. I felt so disgusted with too many foreach loops when looping through list collections. So, here was my problem: I have three string Lists, say, A, B and C. List string A is the reference list; while B and...

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Re: Introducing .NET Framework 3.0
It is officially released. The Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 is the new managed code programming model for Windows®. It combines the power of the .NET Framework version 2.0 with new technologies for building applications that have visually compelling user...

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Office 2007
The recent Office 2007 RTM presents a bug when opening buildingblocks.dotx. The solution for this is to delete the file and let Office recreate it. It can be located in: %drive%:\Documents and Settings\%username%\Application Data\Microsoft\Document Building...

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