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The Microsoft Surface is a Windows Vista computer running the Microsoft Surface Shell. This shell is by default localized for US English. It's possible to localize for other locales, but there is no configuration screen to set the desired localization.
This post will summarize the different steps to localize the Surface shell.

The Microsoft Surface (the table, not the tablet) is a Windows Vista computer running the Microsoft Surface Shell. This shell is by default localized for US English.

It is possible to localize for other locales, but there is no configuration screen to set the desired localization.

This article will summarize the different steps to localize the Surface shell.

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If you want to develop for the Microsoft Surface you need a Surface device, but using the device to develop is not always practical, specially when there are more developers than Surface devices. The solution for this is to install the Surface SDK on you local development machine. This post will address some limitations you have to work around.

If you want to develop for the Microsoft Surface (the table, not the tablet) you need a Surface device. But using the device to develop is not always practical, especially when there are more developers than Surface devices.

The solution for this is to install the Surface SDK Workstation Edition on your local development machine. This article will address some limitations you have to work around.

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Working on a Project Server project we discovered it's quite easy to get issues with data integrity when users start retracting and deleting timesheets. After discussing the issue with Microsoft they gave us a workaround which solves our problem.

Working on a Project Server project we discovered it is quite easy to get issues with data integrity when users start retracting and deleting timesheets. After discussing the issue with Microsoft, they gave us a workaround which solves our problem.

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The past couple of weeks I'm working with Silverlight controls embedded in SharePoint 2007.
For one of the controls I need to retrieve the data using the Search Query Web Service.
This was working perfectly in the development environment. But when deploying the control to the production environment it didn't work.

The past couple of weeks I’m working with Silverlight controls embedded in SharePoint 2007.
For one of the controls, I need to retrieve the data using the Search Query Web Service.

This was working perfectly in the development environment. But when deploying the control to the production environment it did not work.

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