MSDN Magazine January 2001
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Here i'm creating two sites for internet version and mobile version.
When the user enters site name, we would detect the mobile browser automatically and redirect the user to mobile version of the site .
is it possible??
if yes, please tell the way i need to develop the application for mobile web application
Mobile phone browser detection Hi i am planning to develop a site for mobiles. My first problem is how to find the mobile browser so that i can redirect to the mobile site for good look. When i searched for that i came accross WURFL which contains the list of mobile user agents? Is this the good solution or anybody having good solution please tell which will be helpful for me.Waiting for the reply
Hi i am planning to develop a site for mobiles. My first problem is how to find the mobile browser so that i can redirect to the mobile site for good look. When i searched for that i came accross WURFL which contains the list of mobile user agents? Is this the good solution or anybody having good solution please tell which will be helpful for me.
Waiting for the reply
Understanding the ACLs that govern permissions and rights before an operation is allowed to proceed is critical to enhancing security.
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If you have an application that handles Windows Media content and you need an effective way to track content usage, Windows Media 9 Series now offers Digital Rights Management (DRM). It allows you to take advantage of the peer-to-peer distribution model and still redirect users back to your app once they have downloaded your content (prior to viewing).
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The Windows registry as it is recognized today first appeared in Windows 95. Its introduction simplified the storage of initialization information and made that data more secure. This article covers the history of the registry, the form it took in the early days, and its current incarnation in Windows 2000. Practical tips for managing data in the registry are outlined, along with descriptions of special keys, functions, and file types. Manipulation of the registry to customize both application behavior and certain features in Windows is discussed. Also covered are future directions of the registry, including the use of XML to store registry information in a hierarchical fashion.
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I have written a service, that needs to interact with the users desktop and execute a .exe file. Since there is not settings to set this property, I have written the code to change the registry value of this service. But my issue it when I do this, it does
not execute the exe file. If I manually go to the properties and check "Allow service to interact with desktop" then I could see the exe is running. When I do it from the code exe runs in the background. Could any one let me know how to fix this? Any help
is greatly appreciated. Following is my code:
Dim serviceName As String = "PortalReportScanner"
Dim key As RegistryKey = Registry.LocalMachine.OpenSubKey("SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\" & serviceName & "\", True)
If key IsNot Nothing Then
' get the value of the Type key.
I am facing problem using Ajax AsyncFileUpload control in IE7.0 and IE8.0 browsers.
It is working fine in local environment, when you deploy the code in Windows Server 2003 (IIS6.0) with Integrated Windows Authentication mode it is not working properly in IE7.0 and IE8.0 browsers.
I am doing the validation in client side using OnClientUploadStarted, OnClientUploadComplete it is working fine but once click on any other button (server side) getting the error Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage (Diagnose Connection Problem) in IE7.0 and IE8.0 browser. Same thing is working fine in other browsers.