Here’s a few articles that I’ve been reading recently and I thought it might be worthwhile sharing them:
Kevin Reeuwijk has an article on integrating App-V 4.5 with SCCM 2007 R2, but shows us how to get the best of both worlds - How to integrate App-V with SCCM without losing the features you care about.
Mark Wilson takes aim at those who didn’t patch and were hit by Conficker (hopefully that wasn’t you) - It’s time to take patch management seriously. However, I’m certain history will repeat itself in a few years.
One of my favourite sites, Ars Technica, is always able to take a level-headed approach when others stoop to senstionalism. This first article, Paradigms lost: The Windows 7 Taskbar versus the OS X Dock, shoots the Microsoft copies Apple argument in the foot. Whilst this article, Oh, the humanity: Windows 7’s draconian DRM?, shows why Slashdot is a waste of time.
Were I German, I would want to be working for sepago. These two articles are great - Mandatory Profiles - The Good, the Bad and the Ugly and Preserving Windows Explorer Folder Views in Roaming Profiles.
And finally there’s this article by Mr. LUA - Aaron Magosis: FAQ: Why can’t I bypass the UAC prompt?.