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Why am I getting - A potentially dangerous Request.Form value was detected from the client (wresult="<t:RequestSecurityTo...").

Your application has been running or it is the first time and the you get the error.

A potentially dangerous Request.Form value was detected from the client (wresult=”<t:RequestSecurityTo…”). 86 more words


Azure - authenticate using organizational accounts in Visual Studio 2013

Authenticating against Azure is a very simple process. In this post we will show a step by step process to start a project and configure the project to user Azure Authentication. 920 more words


LightSwitch Tutorial - Create a Multi-Select Pick List

We’ll show you how you can easily create a pick list that allows selecting multiple items, work those items, show what’s selected when you go back into the pick list.  102 more words


Open cmder from Visual Studio

This blog has been inspired by Rick Strahl’s article Tip: Create a Visual Studio Menu option to Open a Command Window. Rick details how to set up Visual Studio to allow you to open Console2 from a keyboard shortcut within Visual Studio. 123 more words


Tool cannot execute from Developer Command Prompt for VS2013


I opened the Developer Command Prompt for VS2013 to run the dumpbin.exe tool. I can see that this tool is present in my C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 12.0\VC\bin\ 151 more words

BizTalk Server 2013 R2: Installation and Configuration – Install Visual Studio 2013 (Part 6)

This next posts will focus on installing the BizTalk prerequisites and perform the necessary configuration on BizTalk Server machine.

Before installing BizTalk Server or its prerequisites, make sure you have installed the latest critical Windows updates from Microsoft. 803 more words


SSRS Basics: Set up Visual Studio to Write a New SSRS Report

When first looking into writing SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) Reports in Visual Studio, it’s easy to think that creating a report will be possible straight out of the box with one of the existing templates that Visual Studio comes with. 306 more words