Sometimes you need to press Ctrl+Alt+Del for different reasons:
- Start Task manager (Ctrl+Shift+ESC)
- Lock Computer (Win+L)
- Change password (no shortcut)
But how this works in RDC? Very simple but not very obvious:
Instead pressing Ctrl+Alt+Del press Ctrl+Alt+End
I’ve just found a nice and *very* detailed article how to work with Windows 7 taskbar buttons similar to Windows Media Player and Zune app.
Check out Pete Brown’s blog post “Working with Windows 7 Taskbar Thumbnail Buttons with WPF 4 ”
Just found very useful command from TFS Power Toys: tfpt unshelve. It’s capable of migrating a shelveset from a branch to another, it does that by performing a baseless merge, so you will need to resolve the conflicts produced. The syntax of the command looks like the following:
1: tfpt unshelve shelvsetName /migrate /source:$/SourceBranch /target:$/TargetBranch
Working with MSI-enabled deployment could be quite difficult especially when test machine has one version of application any attempt to deploy new build is just skipped.
Aaron Stebner has some tips how previous version can be uninstalled even if it doesn’t show in Add Remove programs.