For your CI environment you need always the same artifacts. You need your own artifacts repository.
Are you annoyed by the new look from outlook 2016, you can change it a little
You have some Windows Clients in your Enviroment that brings that message in your eventlog dhcp client? Check all your DHCP Server if any dhcp scope is disabled
You are running a redmine on your linux and upgrade passenger from 4 to 5.2
You are searching Smart Card Removal Policy service in a german windows version?
in german called
Richtlinie zum Entfernen der Scmartcard
Look at here when you are looking for a webserver with quic support
Apache is sometimes nice and sometimes ugly. Show me the ugly Apache 🙂
I have a webserver with Apache and some files doc, pdf and “oft” outlook template file.
Internet Explorer open “oft” directly without prompting and show the source code of the file.
add to your apache2.conf file following
AddType application/octet-stream .oft oft
Check your apache conf file that is allowed to use htaccess file
Options Indexes FollowSymLinks MultiViews
allow from all
we need two mods, rewrite and headers, very often rewrite is enable, headers not so often. When you not have enable headers you will get a 500 server error from Apache.
enable headers with
place your .htaccess file in your www data folder /var/www/
You need following content, this works with all other extension that you will be force to download
Header set Content-Disposition attachment
Org post see here
Reqeuirement access to dns records of the domain
chmod a+x certbot-auto
./certbot-auto certonly –manual -d *.domain.example -d example.domain –preferred-challenges dns-01 –server https://acme-v02.api.letsencrypt.org/directory
You will be prompted to add two txt records to your dns server, you should be able to do this.
I have no problem with MSI file downloads. They are as simple as running an EXE. However, for reasons unknown, a lot of people don’t seem to like or understand downloading and running an MSI file; they feel more comfortable with EXEs. Visual Studio Setup projects turn your application into an MSI and a
setup.exe file, which is inconvenient for distribution as generally online we want to provide the user with a single file download. Luckily there is a simple and free solution at hand in the guise of a quirky and little-known application included even as late as the Windows 7 base distribution called IExpress. This tool was originally created to enable branded deployments of Internet Explorer 6 (shocking, I know), but we can subvert it quite easily to our needs.
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