RT @twidroyd coming this friday => twidroyd v4.1 <– I’m actually excited about a new Twitter client for my Droid.
Remote Desktop Connection Manager. The latest release is 2.2, 5/27/2010. This is an awesome tool to centralize and manage lots of remote servers. You can set standards for RDP sessions, and override the defaults on a connection basis.
I setup a Group for each client which allows me to stay organized when I go from client to client. It would also be very useful in a corporate environment where you manage many servers at different sites.
Sitting in the backyard with the dog, wearing a sweatshirt. Love the cool nights and warm days. Did the lawn today, trim and trash tomorrow.
Sitting in the backyard w/the dog in the dark. Fall might be my favorite time of year. Sarah in Nashville for an interview tomorrow, too.
Off tomorrow to prepare for the MS-150 this weekend with Team ELF. Weather looks good both days. Looking forward to seeing all the ELF’ers.
I have an original Droid, and while downloading updates today, I noticed a GMail application. It didn’t show up as an update, but as a new application. I installed it, and I am very impressed with the new features. Message threads are easier to follow and it uses color highlights to good advantage.
Highly recommended, and I’m still puzzled as to why it wasn’t just an update of the native app.
IE9 installed for 48 hours. Had to remove due to “not responding” issues, slowing down system, and general instability of the app.
Peter Nordahl developed a Linux boot CD several years ago, and I have found it to be very useful. This utility allows you to reset user or administrator passwords. The link above includes a tutorial on how to use the utility.
RT @FattMuller @pbegley your a guiding light //I think I’m getting a little emotional, but it’s probably due to your spelling and grammar 😉
Win2008 R2 SP1, Exch2010 SP1, OCS 2007 R2, and Lync RC. Demos for Philly.Net Code Camp on Oct 6. All beta all the time, will this end well?