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Posted 15 Feb 2007

Microsoft Visual Studio Team System: Single-Server SSL Installation (SP1)

, 15 Feb 2007
Information relevant to installing and configuring Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server for users who require Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) access over the commercial internet with Basic Authentication in a single-server scenario


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Mark Bible
Product Manager Commission Junction
United States United States
Mark has recently crossed over to the dark side, working as a Product Manager for Commission Junction, a division of ValueClick. There, he works to evaluate potential product and business opportunities, enumerate and validate use cases and technical requirements, and interact with multiple agile development teams by prioritizing product backlogs, acting as a liaison between stakeholders and engineering, and participating in daily stand up, planning, retrospective and iterative demonstration meetings.

His first computer program was written in BASIC on a Commodore 64 in 1982 at the age of 8, and his interest in computers and technology has been insatiable ever since. Mark's professional programming background includes significant time as a Microsoft Solutions Developer (VB.NET/C#.NET) and Web Developer (ASP.NET, MVC.NET, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery, PHP and others) while also including a strong foundation in scripting (DOS, BASH, Python, AppleScript) and systems architecture. He is an active member of Project Management Institute (PMI) and looks forward to formal SCRUM certification in the near future.

Mark lives with his wife Susan, daughter Sienna and two fluffy-white doggies in beautiful Santa Barbra, CA.

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