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  • Now I just want to ask why you are deprecated  my article that i just wrote how to install Microsoft forefront it is any copy content neither it is spam please let me know what article i can write or what i should avoid i did hard-work to write an articles' you are marking as a deprecated i do not understand why.

    I recently added this article what is wrong in that can you please mention me?

    How to install Microsoft forefront Client Security.

    If you tell me to leave Tech-net community i will leave but please tell me how many articles i can writer is that any articles limit or any other because i do not understand what is going on 


     

    Saturday, August 13, 2016 4:19 PM

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  • The procedure you describe is not correct, and is using the wrong download.

    The download you list is used to UPGRADE the FEP client.
    Furthermore, the technical content is not correct, because the products you list are not correct.

    In short: The entire article does not meet the quality expected on TechNet Wiki.


    Peter Geelen (Quest for security) (user page)

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    Saturday, August 13, 2016 4:26 PM
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  • If you want to post on TechNet wiki, think of original content, instead of just reposting content from customer-service-number.net website.

    So be honest, and don't claim you have put a lot of effort into posting articles on TNWiki, that is not correct.

    If you continue to copy content from this website, this will be flagged as pirated content.

    Better carefully check the suggestions on the Wiki blog: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/wikininjas/tag/wiki-for-dummies/

    http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/34936.wiki-guidelines-to-write-a-good-article-meeting-the-expected-quality.aspx

    There is more than enough guidance to write original articles with valuable content


    Peter Geelen (Quest for security) (user page)

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    Saturday, August 13, 2016 4:39 PM
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  • Thanks For Your Information But now i think i will start stop using Tech net as you got lot many points it is better you should tell before deleting any article in comment at least what's wrong they are doing  that will give new writer a confidence that mistake what they are doing. In terms of website the website that i am using it is my own website and i add that is why as a reference if i am taking any content from there.

    Saturday, August 13, 2016 4:59 PM
  • I've added the explanation message in the article, you should have received the message by maill, unless you have disabled the notifications.

    The reason for removal is always added as comment or content, with reference to the rules and guidelines.

    There is no way of tracking back the ownership of the original content, to prove you own it.
    So I would strongly suggest to get that cleared by signing the blog posts with an authors name.

    Furthermore is the technical content on the website embedded (or you can say: hidden) in marketing, marketing and phone numbers (call <..>992, phone numbers - call <..>992, on every single footer and every page. and the behaviour is very typical for spam. We got these same pages by 100's a day.
    Certainly if you're posting articles that all point to this spam alike website.

    And with a 0 points on your user profile, it lacks reputation. Again, this is a typical 'feature" for spam accounts... they do not participate in the TechNet and MSDN community (forums, blogs, ..) to earn points and trust. They are just dumping articles with company clickbait links.

    So I would strongly suggest to build your profile with TN/MSDN community activity.

    The rules and guidelines on TNWiki are available on the TNWiki landing page, on the right hand upper side.

    In the terms of the TNWiki and it's rules and guidelines it's states what type of articles, what level of quality is required or allowed on the Wiki.


    Peter Geelen (Quest for security) (user page)

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    Saturday, August 13, 2016 9:29 PM
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