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How does the MSDN Troubleshooting and Support work?

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Hi!

I have never used the msdn support before, how does that work?

1: Can I ask questions regarding code or is it just for problems with the tools?
2: If I have a question regarding some code what do I do then?
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If you have problems regarding code the MSDN forums is a good place to post (although I personally prefer here).  
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Also the support, mainly, would deal with problems such as problems in VS2005 for example, however they contain code and explanations on every code method that is provided.  But like I say the forums are great for the personal responses with code problems.
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But for example, if I what to know some more about SyncLock then then help provides, is it the forum then or can I ask some microsft support?
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Abit tired.. hehe
But for example, if I want to know some more about SyncLock then the help provides, is it the forum then or can I ask some microsft support?
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You would ask in the forum
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Thx man..
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