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  • adj. Not managed.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not controlled; not restrained; specifically, not broken in, as a horse; not trained, in general.


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  • If the managed code calls unmanaged code such as P / Invoke, the calling thread will switch to pre-emptive.

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  • Make use of legacy UI models (Win Forms, ActiveX) or call unmanaged code.

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  • UnmanagedCode Field UnmanagedCode = 0x2: Specifies the ability to call unmanaged code.

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  • The following is an example of how code access security might affect your code when calling unmanaged code.

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  • The above checks whether you had the necessary permissions to perform an operation (in this case calling unmanaged code) by using Demand.

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  • Thanks to the rise of an "unmanaged" alternative press that is currently thriving on the internet.

    OpEdNews - Diary: UFOs and What they Are Telling Us about Us

  • Not sure how you define "unmanaged," but he held a press conference a couple days ago in Amman, Jordan.

    Obama's rally in Berlin.

  • It's a disconnect in the thinking of adminstrators and academics, who are accustomed to a top-down, grown-up approach to their work: how can they trust their precious computation to "unmanaged" computers in dorms and libraries?

    Boing Boing: October 20, 2002 - October 26, 2002 Archives

  • "An 'unmanaged' network switch 'has plug-and-play connectivity -- you simply add devices -- but no ability to prioritize or otherwise control traffic, no security, et cetera."

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  • Some of the more advanced and rarely used features could not be made accessible due to their intrinsic "unmanaged" nature.

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