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.NET SQL Parser
Ever need to parse SQL Syntax using .NET without actually executing the SQL? Pretty sweet because you can actually do this with built in sql server options. Works out pretty well. Executing a statement with a syntax error, referencing an object that doesn’t exist, a stored procedure with parameters that has no parameters, etc produces a SqlException with an appropriate error message. 1: static void ParseQuery(string sql) 2: { 3: SqlConnection connection = new SqlConnection("some_connect... ......

Posted On Thursday, August 5, 2010 11:34 AM

Port Forwarding 445 for SMB and SSH on Vista
After I upgraded to Vista I found that I could no longer connect to my remote file shares over SSH. We use Tunnelier as an SSH client which works great, but unfortunately after I did the Vista upgrade I was out of luck when it came to file sharing over SSH. In case any of you have had problems with this there are a couple of threads that may offer you some guidance. http://social.technet.micro... ......

Posted On Friday, June 26, 2009 5:42 AM

DNS Name Does Not Exist
Yesterday I started getting Windows Activation errors in the system tray within a Windows Server 2008 development environment I recently setup. The error displayed from the system tray indicated something about a Key Management Server which then lead me to System Center Operations Manager. As I started digging around, the task of setting all this stuff up became more daunting, all I really wanted to do was to activate my valid copy of Windows Server 2008. Luckily as outlined here[^] there is an alternative ......

Posted On Thursday, May 21, 2009 10:56 AM

List Volumes from a Command Prompt
Technorati Tags: How To On occasion it is useful to be able to list computer volume information from a command prompt. One way to do this is using the diskpart utility. The nice thing is that this utility is most often made available from boot command prompts when you are running from a command prompt provided by a utility like PE tool provided in Windows Automated Installation Kit. At a command prompt simply type diskpart and wait for the program to launch. Once it has launched then type “list volume” ......

Posted On Thursday, May 7, 2009 1:53 PM

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