My daughters might never learn ‘up, up, down, down, left, right, left right, B, A, select, start’ codes. They will more than likely have to do some weird dance or movements to get the secret codes for games.
If you do not know what I am talking about, it is project Natal from Microsoft. They . . . → Read More: No Controller Needed – XBox 360
Last weekend, I moved SharePoint from a 32 bit server to a 64 bit server. SharePoint was installed on one machine but not as a standalone so that it will be easy to expand in the future. It is fairly easy to do this once I figured it all out. Stefan Keir Gordan has a . . . → Read More: Moving SharePoint Server to 64 bit
I have been looking at screen capture programs for a while and ran across WebKut. WebKut is a program written in Adobe Air. Adobe Air is a runtime engine (similar to Java and .Net). It was designed by Adobe as a way to deliver rich internet applications outside of a browser.
With that said, . . . → Read More: WebKut – Capture the Web
Well, like many other folks around, I need a good backup option for my computers at home. We have so many home movies of our family digital photos that it is filling up our laptop. I also need to have a way to access these files from any computer in my house. I don’t . . . → Read More: Windows Home Server
As many know, SRS is the reporting tool for MS CRM. I have one suggestion for them. Have a way to auto-attach a report to an entity if the entity is activated.
Here is an example:
If you do not want to use the mail merge for MS Word on the quote entity, SRS is . . . → Read More: MS CRM and SQL Reporting Services
I have created a custom entity in MS CRM 4. I have a couple of lookups (one for product, one for currency), an integer field (quantity) and a couple of money fields (price per unit and total). I wanted to be able to lookup the product and have it populate the price per unit and . . . → Read More: Get Product Price from Pricelist