The new kbmMW Features blog post serie will talk about various smaller, but useful, features within kbmMW. This blog will be about the TkbmMWDateTime structure, which is a TDateTime on stereoids. A plain TDateTime is essentially nothing but a double sized floating point value. It stores the number of days (and a fraction of a […]
A universal binary parser made available as part of kbmMW Enterprise Edition
People has asked about how to use the HTTP.sys transport (TkbmMWHTTPSysServerTransport). First… what is HTTP.sys thing? It is the foundation for Microsofts Internet Information Server. Its an internal Windows kernel level backbone that handles all communication with browser clients when they are accessing IIS based web servers. The interesting part is that HTTP.sys is default […]
The new kbmMW Features blog post serie will talk about various smaller, but useful, features within kbmMW.
This blog will actually be about a quite big feature, namely kbmMW’s Remote Desktop features which is part of kbmMW Enterprise Edition.
There exists various ways to interact with your computer when you are not at home. To mention a few, VNC (Tight, Real, Ultra etc), GotoMyPC, LogMeIn, TeamViewer and obviously Windows own RemoteDesktop.
But kbmMW’s Remote Desktop is a worthy competitor to them all for no additional cost when you have kbmMW Enterprise Edition. And it performs just as good as the above products, but with even much lower CPU usage.
The new kbmMW Features blog post serie will talk about various smaller, but useful, features within kbmMW. This blog will be about the new upcoming TkbmMWPrettyBinary class found in kbmMWGlobal.pas.
kbmMW’s logging framework has for quite a while had the ability to convert binary data to “pretty” readable string data. Since such a feature can have broader use cases, I decided to extract it from the logging framework into a selfcontained class of its own.