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Integrate Azure Active Directory Authentication to your website

This blog post is from march 2017. The cloud changes fast so it could be outdated at the moment you read it. To provide a secure sign in and authorization to your website you will need Azure Active Directory or any … Continue reading

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TFS Release Management trigger script fails after upgrade from 2013 to 2015 (Update 3)

We are using TFS 2013 Release Management to do deployements. This works great after some modifications (the out-of-box product isn’t that good). One of the modifications is that we use a PowerShell script to trigger releases instead of the option … Continue reading

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Manage network access to a HDInsight Cluster

Azure HDInsight is an Apache Hadoop distribution powered by the cloud. This means that it handles any amount of data, scaling from terabytes to petabytes on demand. Spin up any number of nodes at any time. Since HDInsight is a … Continue reading

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TFS / NuGet error–Missing package

Error: S:\Program Files\Microsoft Team Foundation Server 12.0\Tools\nuget.exe restore “S:\Build\8\<name>\<name>\src\<name>.sln” -NonInteractive WARNING: Unable to connect to the remote server WARNING: Unable to connect to the remote server Unable to find version ‘1.2.2’ of package ‘elmah’. Unable to find version ‘1.2.2’ of … Continue reading

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Error presenting PowerPoint file in Skype for Business

“<filename>.pptx couldn’t be converted to presentation because Visual Basic for Application (VBA) is not installed on this computer. Please install VBA and try again” 1. Open Add or Remove Programs in Control Panel, select Microsoft Office (Professional Plus) 2013 client … Continue reading

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SQL error “Property Owner is not available for Database

Run the following command to set a new owner, in this example DBO. The database name in this example is newtraders. use NEWTRADERS go sp_changedbowner @loginame = ‘dbo’ go

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