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New information concerning the supposed Windows 7 and Windows 2008 R2 Explorer/NTFS Bug ENG:
about 1378 days ago
Another call from Microsoft. The guy says he can't reproduce it (while anyone else can). Where is this going to end?
about 1380 days ago
Windows 7 SP1 is installed, what a pain! Had to give the system reserved partition a drive letter for it to work
about 1381 days ago
Interesting results investigating the supposed Win7/ NTFS Bug with musthave tool procmon.
help me out!
about 1382 days ago
Implementing 2X load balancer
for Microsoft Remote Desktop load balancing. Quite impressive considering the pricing.
about 1382 days ago
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