How to Setup a SharePoint and Office VHD for Development on the C9 SharePoint Sideshow

Some time back I provided this post on how to use the 2010 Information Worker Demonstration and Evaluation Virtual Machine (RTM) to setup a SharePoint and Office 2010 development environment. In this new SharePoint Sideshow video on Channel 9, Paul and I walk through the process and we also include some tips along the way. So check out the video and get yourself setup for Office development in a separate, isolated environment (i.e.

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RTM Demo VM for SharePoint & Office 2010

Getting the VM If you’re looking to get up to speed on SharePoint and Office 2010 development, but don’t necessarily want to install everything on the metal you can download the RTM Demo VM: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=751fa0d1-356c-4002-9c60-d539896c66ce&displaylang=en The VM is good for 180 days, and you have a ton of RTM software to get you started. To use the VM: 1. Download the zipped files into a directory on your local machine and unzip them; 2

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A Virtual Machine (VM) for the Office 2010 Developer Training Kit – (Includes SharePoint 2010)

  The Office 2010 Developer Training Kit requires a development environment to give you the full impact of the development experience which includes SharePoint 2010. There are many ways to go about setting up a Virtual Machine (VM) x-64 environment from using Windows Virtual Server 2005 R2 SP1 (x64) to running a VM under Hyper-V on Windows Server 2008/R2 or on Windows 7.

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Microsoft's CodePlex Releases "MapLook" Outlook 2007 Add-In for …

Microsoft's CodePlex Releases "MapLook" Outlook 2007 Add-In for Google Maps & Microsoft Virtual Earth – Windows Live. Blake's space – http://bhandler.spaces.live.com/

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Using The Loopback Adapter and SharePoint

Just a little tip as I’ve recieved a lot of emails and questions about SharePoint development recently. Most SharePoint development is going to take place in a virtual machine (unless you’re running Server 2008 as your desktop, which isn’t hard

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