Rick Strahl's Weblog  

Wind, waves, code and everything in between...
.NET • C# • Markdown • WPF • All Things Web
Contact   •   Articles   •   Products   •   Support   •   Advertise
Sponsored by:
Markdown Monster - The Markdown Editor for Windows

WebLog Posts in Category Installation


Categories
ASP.NET (323) .NET (175) Windows (76) JavaScript (72) jQuery (61) Visual Studio (54) IIS (48) Csharp (47) WPF (47) HTML (46) AJAX (45) ASP.NET (33) Localization (32) LINQ (30) WCF (28) MVC (26) Personal (25) Security (23) HTML5 (23) FoxPro (22) CSS (21) Angular (20) C# (19) Web Services (19) Web Api (16) COM (16) ADO.NET (15) Vista (11) XML (11) Sql Server (10) HTTP (10) IIS7 (10) Markdown (9) WebView (9) Microsoft AJAX (8) IIS7 (7) West Wind Ajax Toolkit (7) Web Connection (7) Entity Framework (6) Internet Explorer (5) Html Help Builder (5) Markdown Monster (5) Mobile (5) Live Writer (5) ASPNET5 (5) C++ (5) OWIN (5) Web (5) SignalR (5) Software Development (5) NuGet (5) WinForms (5) Westwind.Globalization (4) Source Control (4) Silverlight (4) Cordova (4) Conferences (3) DataBinding (3) ASP.NET Core (3) LetsEncrypt (3) Help Builder (3) ISV (3) Networking (3) Office (3) Opinion (3) Razor (3) Web Browser Control (3) WebLog (3) Web Development (2) Visual Studio Code (2) RegEx (2) RSS (2) Speaking (2) Tools (2) Linux (2) Installation (2) Bugs (2) Help (2) Authentication (2) .NET Standard (2) Addins (2) Deployment (2) Dotnet (2) ASP.NET vNext (2) ADO.NET (1) Chocolatey (1) Control Development (1) Credit Card Processing (1) Cross-Platform (1) Dynamic Types (1) Email (1) CSharp Dotnet (1) Desktop (1) AI (1) Security (1) Visual Studio (1) Blazor (1) Blogging (1) ASP.NET Markdown (1) Angular JavaScript (1) FireFox (1) Flexbox (1) Git (1) Graphics (1) Hardware (1) IOS (1) JSON (1) Musings (1) Migration (1) Travel (1) Typescript (1) Testing (1) Threading (1) rxJs (1) SEO (1) RazorPages (1) VS Code (1) Web Assembly (1) Web Deployment Projects (1) Web Design (1) WebSockets (1) WebSurge (1) WebBrowser (1) WebDeploy (1) WFH (1) WPF Windows (1) WSL (1) wwHoverPanel (1) Windows-Terminal (1) Windsurfing (1)

Folder Virtualization in Windows Vista



Folder Virtualization is a feature of Vista that allows virtualizing installation folders into a virtual store so that users who normally wouldn't be able to modify data in the Program Files folder get a private 'shadow' store so they can write to data. Interesting feature and certainly not very obvious...

Windows Vista and Installing Custom Applications - can you feel the pain?



Oh man, I’m going to REALLY hate Vista from an application installation and configuration perspective for custom applications. To make a long story short, pretty much none of my Windows applications run or in some cases don't install under the default Vista security configuration.
West Wind  © Rick Strahl, West Wind Technologies, 2005 - 2024