Identity management with Microsoft Identity Integration Server (MIIS) not only saves time and money; it also eases the burden on end-users and enhances security. Learn how to create an MIIS solution.
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With .NET 2.0 offering support for generics, learn how to define generic methods and classes and use the generic classes in .NET.
Learn how to create and consume .NET remoting clients and servers using Visual Studio 2005 and the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0. In particular, find out how to use the new IpcChannel for same-box communications.
This final installment wraps up the coverage of what's new in the IDE with a look at Tracepoints, new project types, enhancements to the Server Explorer, and new functionality for creating C++ projects.
Paul Kimmel sends up the IT workplace with another parody based on the comedy of Jeff Foxworthy. Depending on how close to home these comical scenarios hit, you may not know whether to laugh or cry.
Serialization introduced many powerful capabilities, but it also introduced problems as you refactor your objects to include new properties. Learn how the version-tolerant serialization included in the upcoming 2.0 Microsoft .NET Framework will help.
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