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have a gmail account?  have the google toolbar with popup blocking enabled?  try to compose a message using the “c” keyboard shortcut.  unless you already marked gmail.google.com as a safe site to allow popups from, you'd be presented with this:

GRR Gmail!

funny, that google is “grr”-ing their own software ;-)

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check out PowerSearch for WSS searching across multiple sites, customized results, etc.  good stuff here.

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"A person who seems to have all the answers, usually isn't listening." - Jeffrey Gitomer, author, Customer Satisfaction is Worthless, Customer Loyalty is Priceless

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DON'T EVER BUY A FULTON HOME

AVOID THEM LIKE THE PLAGUE

DOUG FULTON IS EVIL.

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just a reminder to those creating standard images, that with the release of windows xp sp2 (due to release on automatic updates on monday/tuesday, but available for download now via msdn), use the “slipstream” model to embed sp2 into your new boot cd images...easy steps:

tools needed:

  • IsoBuster
  • Nero (or some other tool capable of creating bootable cds)

steps:

  1. use IsoBuster to extract the boot image from your Windows XP cd-rom (or iso image)
  2. copy Windows XP files into a folder on your hard drive (i.e., c:\winxp)
  3. run this command from your sp2 setup location: xpsp2.exe /S:C:\winxp
  4. the setup will install in “updating windows share mode“
  5. use Nero or some other tool to create a bootable cd-rom using the image from step 1.
  6. label the volume the same label as your original media
  7. copy the files from your c:\winxp location to your cd-rom project and burn
  8. NOTE: you'll know if the slipstream was successful if in the winxp directory where you have your original media files there is a file named Win51IP.SP2 in there.

now you have a bootable setup cd with sp2 already embedded in the setup!