10. May 2012 10:40
Found this on the internet, this is definitely what I want for my birthday.
So, I picked up an Acer W500 to have an x86 tablet to play with while waiting for Windows 8 to get all official on us and, within its limitations, it has been great.
I started looking up options to increase the size of the 32 gig mSATA SSD (I already added a 32 gig SD card) and the only real option looks like this one:
$159 for 120 gigs, which isn't really bad though I don’t know if it is worth it since the RAM is soldered on the board, so you are stuck with 2 gigs, with part of that going to the video card.
I think I am just going to wait it out, I am betting on medfield tablets running windows 8 (arm power envelope, full x86 support). I like the idea of ARM, but I don't know if I am ready to give up x86 quite yet.
Here is one running ICS: http://www.engadget.com/2012/01/10/intel-demos-lenovo-made-medfield-tablet-running-ice-cream-sandwi/
Because IIS intercepts your request before you can handle it, you can't just set a 401 page in your custom errors block. While you can still change the default 401 page in IIS, the user will typically get challenged first when you set security with location in the web.config.
You wouldn't do this at all anymore, but I ran into it making a change to a legacy webform app and figured I would save what I found in case I see it again (I am moving 50+ apps).
To handle this you would do something hacky like this:
protected void Application_EndRequest(Object sender, EventArgs e)
HttpContext context = HttpContext.Current;
if (context.Response.Status.Substring(0, 3).Equals("401"))
One point to note, you can't do this in integrated mode, you would have to drop your app pool to classic mode.
Or you could be one of the cool kids and just rewrite the whole thing from scratch without telling anyone.