We see a lot of these RDP sessions going idle with memory-hogging applications open, like IE/Chrome, ERP software, Adobe Reader, etc. When you have dozens of sessions, these small bits of RAM can really start to add up. And because the uses are needed 24/7, the sessions can’t be terminated. I thought it would be nice if there was a way to say “Hey, this IE process has been idle for an hour, lets just kill it.”
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Covers creating a new Spring MVC web application without Spring XML configuration files or a web.xml file. A good introduction to the Spring Web MVC framework for web applications.
Quick guide to getting the latest version of Flex working with Visual Studio on Windows
How to add assemblies to the list of installed assemblies in MonoDevelop (on Linux) so you don’t have to browse for one every time you want to reference it. For example, the MySQL Connector/NET