Event Viewer -> Application And Services Logs -> Microsoft -> Windows -> TerminalService-LocalSessionManager->Operational
Decided to share my Post-Build scripts which we use to sign the assemblies and the Installer package for our products. The whole thing started during the certification of on of our products for “Windows Server R2” Microsoft Gold Partner level. One of the requirements is that all assemblies and installers (exe, msi) should be Authenticode signed.
On this page the maximum number is mentioned as 7. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262787(office.15).aspx
Recently I had some troubles finding the correct Location attribute for CommandUIDefinition element.
So the easy way to do it turned out to be the following:
Update: There is also a hotfix – Fix474567
Here is the solution:
Usually when you work with TFS which is in another domain or if you are working on a Virtual Machine with its own domain Visual Studio 2010 keeps asking you for password every time you want to open a TFS based project.
In performing a strength training exercise, if a person lifts a weight three times consecutively without stopping for any significant rest in between each lift, the person is said to have performed one SET of three REPS. If the person then, after a rest of three minutes performs another SET of three REPS, the person is then said to have performed two SETS of three REPS, and so on.
Digitally Imported – Progressive Channel
You only have to follow three simple rules:
– Workout 3 times a week with weights.
– Eat 1g protein / lb lean body mass.
– Reduce calories to lose 1-2 lbs / week.
Most accurate/ detailed, Lots of natural foods
Lots of information on commercial products
- Calorieking.au (aussie version of above)
As above, only for the land downunder
Good basic and accurate tool that allows you to create favourite meals for ease of logging. Tracks exercise and water intake too
Easy to use, Accurate, Good range of foods, Very funky additional applications such as bar-code scanning
This has a cool recipe tool where you simply type in a list of foods and how many servings you want and it calculates it out. < VERY handy!
Inaccurate in regards to calories from carbs/ fibre and can give false information on servings sizes… Ok if you log all your own foods
- My Calorie Counter