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Powershell remoting - Policy does not allow the delegation of user credentials
I finally got it to work thanks to this page. It provides a script that sets the required credential delegation policies by setting the appropriate registry keys directly. Once I ran that script with admin privileges, I was able to successfully establish a CredSSP connection to myserver: Enable-WSManCredSSP -Role client -DelegateComputer *.mydomain.com $allowed = @('WSMAN/*.mydomain.com') $key = 'hklm:SOFTWAREPoliciesMicrosoftWindowsCredentialsDelegation' if (!(Test-Path $key)) { md $key } New-ItemProperty -Path $key -Name AllowFreshCredentials -Value 1 -PropertyType Dword -Force $key = Join-Path $key 'AllowFreshCredentials' if (!(Test-Path $key)) { md $key } $i = 1 $allowed |% { # Script does not take into account existing entries in this key New-ItemProper

Categories : Powershell

How to set Group Policy "Turn Off Automatic Root Certificates Update" vie Registry/Powershell?
Domain policies override local settings. That's how they're supposed to work (they'd be rather useless otherwise). If you want the policy disabled, disable or remove the policy in Group Policy Management or remove the computer from the domain.

Categories : Powershell

unable to understand write policy in Cache memory
When any block of data is brought from disk to cache, it means that the cache is holding a duplicate copy of the data on the disk. So, when there is a write operation on a block of data in the cache, then the data on that block has changed in the cache, and it should change in the disk storage as well. In write-through cache, when there is a write on a block in the cache, then that write is implemented in the disk storage as soon as the data in the cache has changed. While this is a simpler approach, it does have a lot of overhead, because for every such write-through operation, there is a context-switch and a virtual to real memory address translation taking place, in addition to the time taken to write the block to disk. However, in write-back cache policy, the writes occurring on ca

Categories : Caching

Serialize execution of symstore via Powershell or BATCH
Use a file in the shared directory as semaphore to avoid concurrent executions. :checkfile if exist %cidir%sem.txt goto :wait10secs echo gotit! >%cidir%sem.txt doit del %cidir%sem.txt goto :eof :wait10secs ing 192.0.2.2 -n 1 -w 10000 > nul goto :checkfile Be prepared for debugging all strange ways your batch can fail and all nasty racing conditions.

Categories : Windows

Powershell (Version 2.0) remote execution of services with credentials
Get-WMIObject accepts the -Credential parameter. You shouldn't be keeping your credentials in plain text in your script, so you'll want to prompt for them. $creds = get-credential; (Get-WmiObject -Computer myCompName Win32_Service -Filter "Name='myServiceName'" -credential $creds).InvokeMethod("Stop-Service",$null) If you have PSRemoting enabled on the remote system, you can do this without WMI. $creds = get-credential; Invoke-Command -computername myCompName -credential $creds -scriptblock {(get-service -name myServiceName).Stop()}; Update based on comments Since you're running this as a scheduled job, you should not be storing or prompting for credentials at all. Configured the scheduled job itself (via Scheduled Tasks) to run under the required user account, then either of the

Categories : Powershell

Unable to connect to Windows Azure from Powershell Azure Powershell module
To see is there some result from Import-AzurePublishSettingsFile you can call: Get-AzureSubscription By default it select the default to current subscription. If you don't see any result then you don't import your subscription settings right. This Introduction to Windows Azure PowerShell also can help you.

Categories : Windows

Alternatives to fix powershell error "execution of scripts is disabled on this system"
If you did what the instuctions told you to do you would have gotten a help page that would have told you exactly what you need to do. get-help about_signing In summary, the computer has no way to tell that whoever wrote the script was a trustworthy person, so by default it does not run any untrustworthy scripts. The two ways to fix this is either allow scripts from unknown sources (the solution you found out about by using Set-ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted) or by "signing" the script proving it came from a trustworthy source and has not been tampered with seance you got it from that source. To sign your own code you will need a code signing certificate, read that about_signing help and there is a section called CREATE A SELF-SIGNED CERTIFICATE that tells you how to do it. After you ha

Categories : Powershell

Remote Powershell Access denied for certain dll's execution for Sharepoint 2013
You need to check CredSSP authentication. Remote PowerShell execution with SharePoint fails as the second hop translates the credentials to system credentials. If the task involves querying or updating DB server, it will fail as SYSTEM account will not have access the remote PowerShell on SQL Server. You need to enable CredSSP. Check this blog post I wrote a while ago. This is not specific to SharePoint but it should apply to your scenario as well. http://www.ravichaganti.com/blog/?p=1230

Categories : Powershell

Powershell asking for confirmation before executing the code in allsigned execution mode
PowerShell Help about execution policies easily found by PS C:>help about_Execution_Policies shows that in AllSigned mode it will Prompt you before running scripts from Publishers that you have not yet classified as trusted or untrusted. You can try RemoteSigned or try this wonderfully explainedby Scott Hanselman http://www.hanselman.com/blog/SigningPowerShellScripts.aspx Signed scripts can be transported by exporting (from original computer) and importing (to the new computer) the Powershell certificates found in the Trusted Root Certification Authorities container. Optionally, the Trusted Publishers can also be moved to prevent the first-time prompt. Final note on the blog Note that Powershell will prompt you the first time it’s run unless you also import the T

Categories : Powershell

Unable to stop execution onclick of cancel button
Your return statement in showMessage() is executed long after ajaxEditFunctionCall() has completed because the ajax is asyncronous. Suggested solution would be to always return false in the onclick. In the ajax call back, check the response and use Javascript to submit the form if required: function ajaxEditFunctionCall() { ... ... return false; } function showMessage() { if (xmlHttp.readyState == 4) { if (xmlHttp.status == 200) { var r = confirm(xmlHttp.responseText); if (r) { document.forms["my_form_name"].submit(); } } } }

Categories : Javascript

Unable to stop the execution of media player in the middle
Please try the following : create your media player on the on create and declare it as a member of your ACTIVITY : MediaPlayer back_music; public class MainACtivity(){ .... .... onCreate(){ back_music= MediaPlayer.create(getBaseContext(), R.raw.sher_khan); ..... } then delete the the row "MediaPlayer back_music = MediaPlayer.create(getBaseContext(), R.raw.sher_khan);" and give it a another shot :) hope it helps you .

Categories : Android

How does linux process scheduling policy relate to thread scheduling policy?
Linux does not support process scheduling at all. Scheduling is entirely on a thread basis. The sched_* functions incorrectly modify the thread scheduling parameters of the target thread id instead of the scheduling parameters of a process. See: http://sourceware.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=14829 and http://sourceware.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=15088

Categories : C

"Git Log" command in Powershell - unable to terminate process
It puts you in a pager (most probably less if you installed MSysGit or Github for Windows), because the output you requested is longer than one screen page. You can scroll up/down/left/right with your arrow keys, the Page Up/Page Down keys and the J/K/H/L keys. To show inline help, press ? and to quit, press Q. You can use a different pager or turn it off if you want to. As man git config points out, you can use the core.pager setting to set it to a different pager, or set its value to cat to disable pagination for all Git commands.

Categories : GIT

Powershell - Unable to automatically pass credentials to gmail.com
The first error can be solved at least two different ways: Using a named parameter when invoking the Login-Gmail function or by decorating the $uname parameter with positional information: Named Parameter: Login-Gmail -uname me@gmail.com Adding the positional information: function Login-GMail{ param( [Parameter(Mandatory=$True,Position=1)] [string]$uname, [Parameter(Mandatory=$False,Position=2)] [string]$url="http://www.gmail.com", [Parameter(Mandatory=$False,Position=3)] [bool]$cookie=$false ) Your second error regarding the System.Management.Automation.PSCredential is that you are trying to assign the value of an object (the PSCredential) when the IE DOM expects a string. You can probably just omit the call to get-credential entirely and just assign

Categories : Internet Explorer

Unable to access UNC Paths in Powershell remote session
You've really got 3 different things going on here. 1 & 3. Drives are only mapped when you log on interactively. So when you remoted into the other computer, mapped a drive, and then logged off/disconnected, that mapped drive was disconnected. Except in interactive GUI user sessions, you cannot depend upon a mapped drive letter that you don't create yourself. Within scripts or any remote session, just use UNC paths for everything - it's more reliable. 2 . When you attempt to map the drive in the remote PS session, you're encountering what's known as the "double hop" problem. There is a solution to this, but there's extra setup you have to do. See http://blogs.msdn.com/b/clustering/archive/2009/06/25/9803001.aspx and Double hop access to copy files without CredSSP

Categories : Powershell

Entity Framework: LINQ query generates different SQL between local execution and server execution
So finally, the problem was the Framework version. I thought it was the same version of .NET but it was not: 4.0.30319.1 locally and 4.0.30319.17929 remotely. And it seems that 4.0.30319.17929 is .NET Framework 4.5, so it is more than just a different build. I have uninstalled the version 4.5, and reinstalled the 4.0 on the server It is strange because it reinstalled it in folder C:WindowsMicrosoft.NETFrameworkv4.0.30319 but the file versions are now correct, 4.0.30319.1 (file versions were 4.0.30319.17929 before) Then I have changed the .NET version in the IIS application pool. It has been reset to version 2.0 after uninstalling, so I reset to version 4 and restart the pool (but it is still displaying version v4.0.30319 in the application pool...). And now it works like locally, it does o

Categories : C#

How do I see a Unix Job's performance (execution time and cpu resource) after execution?
You can use linux profile tool perf, eg: perf stat ls In my computer: Performance counter stats for 'ls': 2.066571 task-clock # 0.804 CPUs utilized 1 context-switches # 0.000 M/sec 0 CPU-migrations # 0.000 M/sec 267 page-faults # 0.129 M/sec 2,434,744 cycles # 1.178 GHz [57.78%] 1,384,929 stalled-cycles-frontend # 56.88% frontend cycles idle [52.01%] 1,035,939 stalled-cycles-backend # 42.55% backend cycles idle [98.96%] 1,894,339 instructions # 0.78 insns per cycle # 0.73 s

Categories : Performance

Why would installing Azure SDK 2.1 or powershell 3 on the build server break some of our tests which run in powershell?
Have you tried passing a fully qualified path to startInfo.FileName instead of just Powershell.exe incase there's a problem with %PATH% since the update Complete total guess, but any chance your running into FileSystemRedirector 32 vs. 64 issues as seen in this answer - Process.Start(): The system cannot find the file specified, but my file path seems to be legit

Categories : Powershell

Add Powershell Snapin for Powershell Module and Import Multiple Times
You might want to try to specify this module required by your own module through a module manifest (.psd1). See RequiredModules here.

Categories : Powershell

Executing Powershell script as different User in Exchange 2007 Powershell
I just found out that executing Remote Powershell Commands/Skripts is not supported with Exchange 2007 (http://howexchangeworks.com/2009/11/exchange-2007-sp2-supports-powershell.html). So I need to wait until the upgrade to 2013. Some workarounds: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/exchangesvrgeneral/thread/4596035a-cede-4541-8b8e-e2e9bf1b40dc Or: http://peerfect.blogspot.co.at/2012/10/re-blog-of-my-exchange-remote.html

Categories : Powershell

PowerShell Community Extensions not Recognized by TeamCity PowerShell Runner
Do you import the PSCX module in your script? PowerShell v3 will cache the module info after you have done this once so you don't need to import it again. However if TeamCity is running the 64-bit console and you normally run the 32-bit console, then the 64-bit console wouldn't have PSCX commands in the command cache. Anyway, it is a good practice to have your scripts explicitly require the modules it depends upon e.g. #requires -Modules Pscx

Categories : Powershell

Yii, how do I end Yii app execution without ending PHP script execution
End Yii, with proper cleanup and without exiting the request. As shown on http://www.yiiframework.com/doc/api/1.1/CApplication#end-detail, it is done like so. Yii::app()->end(0, false);

Categories : Wordpress

How to stop for loop execution untill DWR method execution completion which is inside the for loop
You can use "asynchronous pseudo-recursion" instead of a for loop, with the general pattern that I use being: var pods = [ ... ]; (function loop() { if (pods.length) { var pod = pods.shift(); // take (and remove) first element // do something with "pod" ... // recurse - put this inside a finish callback if "do something" is async loop(); } })(); // closing braces start invocation immediately where in your case, the call to loop should be the last thing inside your callback function. NB: This pattern can also be used to avoid the "browser not responding" error seen with longer running non-async operations by replacing the call to loop() with setTimeout(loop, 0). This use of setTimeout turns a synchronous recursive function into

Categories : Javascript

Getting "Skipping JaCoCo execution due to missing execution data file" upon executing JaCoCo?
The execution says it's putting the jacoco data in /Users/davea/Dropbox/workspace/myproject/target/jacoco.exec but your maven configuration is looking for the data in ${basedir}/target/coverage-reports/jacoco-unit.exec.

Categories : Maven

How to use powershell variable in PowerShell.AddParameter method in C#?
The variable won't be available until you invoke the first script. Try this: ps.AddScript("$backupFile = [System.IO.Path]::Combine([System.IO.Path]::GetTempPath(),'{0}.bak')".FormatInvariant(databaseName)); ps.Invoke(); ps.Commands.Clear(); var backupFile = ps.Runspace.SessionStateProxy.PSVariable.Get("backupFile"); ps.AddCommand("New-Item") .AddParameter("Force") .AddParameter("ItemType", "File") .AddParameter("Path", backupFile )); ps.Invoke(); If you go this route though, I don't think you can use the RunspacePool because you're likely to get different runspaces between each Invoke(). In that case, the variable won't be available to the other runspace. Do you really need to use the RunspacePool in this scenario? If you do then why not just do the first bit in C#: var backup

Categories : C#

How do I return value or object from C# powershell command to Powershell
You have to use the CmdLet.WriteObject method. Here a good explanation from @RomanKuzmin.

Categories : Powershell

Powershell Script that will login into powershell for office 365
For the exchange powershell use: $SecPass1 = convertto-securestring -asplaintext -string "PasSword" -force $MSOLM = new-object System.Management.Automation.PSCredential -argumentlist "GlobalAdmin@some.com",$SecPass1 $Session = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName Microsoft.Exchange -ConnectionUri https://ps.outlook.com/powershell/ -Credential $MSOLM -Authentication Basic -AllowRedirection Import-Module MSOnline Import-PSSession $Session –AllowClobber

Categories : Actionscript

Simple DB policy being ignored?
Ok figured it out. You have to set the region endpoint on your call to the service from the client. So var simpleDBClient = new AmazonSimpleDBClient(iamkey.AccessKeyId, iamkey.SecretAccessKey, iamkey.SessionToken, Amazon.RegionEndpoint.EUWest1);

Categories : Amazon

How can I add a privacy policy?
The way I understand it is that you have to use the Privacy policy field in the Description step of the the app. Have you tried that? And it has to be online. Don't think I was clear about that, but the policy should b online. Leave a note to the testers as to where the policy is, I've heard about apps getting rejected that didn't do that, even though they had the url After all the comments and discussionn on twitter and fb I wrote up a small blog post on how to do this, basically what I wrote here,plus where you can host the policy. Not meant as a way to get traffic to the blog.

Categories : C#

OpenAM Policy Enforcement
Set debug level to 'message' in the agent profile first. Look into the agent debug log so that you really see which request the agent gets. In general what you need is possible, just a matter of proper configuration. -Bernhard

Categories : Java

C++
std::string data = c; is only good if the string is surely 0-terminated std::string raw = data.substr(0, bits); you could do that simpler const std::string raw(c, c+bits); in your policy function there's a char c for no reason, but if it had value >0, would likely cause problems. And most importantly, sending sizeof(Env::Policy()) bytes makes no sense at all, you shall send the whole string! const auto& policy = Env::Policy(); send(this->s, policy, policy.size() + 1, 0); maybe without +1, depending if you want the 0.

Categories : C++

Who can exclude Same origin policy?
It is up to the server (facebook, google, etc) to allow their content to be loaded across domains. This is called Cross-Origin Resource Sharing. To enable CORS on your server, provide this header in your response: Access-Control-Allow-Origin: *. You cannot change the behavior of a server you do not own.

Categories : Jquery

Same Origin Policy - Displaying Ads
It is a "SOP" issue. But as far as I know, there are elegant ways to implement advertisments without facing this problem. Just in addition to T.J. Crowders advice to ask your ad broker for correct implementation, you might find this interesting: http://code.google.com/p/browsersec/wiki/Part2#Life_outside_same-origin_rules

Categories : Javascript

Restkit Cache policy 20.x
You can create RKManagedObjectRequestOperation with NSMutableURLRequest and set request.cachePolicy: NSMutableURLRequest *request = [NSMutableURLRequest requestWithURL:[NSURL URLWithString:path relativeToURL:self.baseURL]]; request.cachePolicy = NSURLRequestReloadIgnoringLocalAndRemoteCacheData; RKManagedObjectRequestOperation *operation = [[RKManagedObjectRequestOperation alloc] initWithRequest:request responseDescriptors:[RKObjectManager sharedManager].responseDescriptors]; operation.managedObjectContext = [[RKManagedObjectStore defaultStore] newChildManagedObjectContextWithConcurrencyType:NSPrivateQueueConcurrencyType tracksChanges:YES]; operation.managedObjectCache = [RKManagedObjectStore defaultStore].managedObjectCache; [operation setCompletionBlockWithSuccess:success failure:fai

Categories : IOS

JAAS Policy in Eclipse RCP
Did not succeeded to make JAAS Policy work properly in RCP. Finished with dirty hack workaround: throwing AccessControlException right from the place, where Policy returns false. Example: public class MyPolicy extends java.security.Policy { public boolean implies(ProtectionDomain domain, Permission permission) { ... System.out.println("deny all"); throw new AccessControlException("Access denied"); return false; } }

Categories : Java

RESTful API to get around origin policy
https://jsonp.jit.su/ That said, please consider very carefully whether you really want to do this. The same origin policy exists for a good reason.

Categories : Javascript

AWS S3 Policy for authenticated users
I think you could do this with ACLs. Change the permissions on your bucket to requiring ACL 'authenticated-read'. Your users will have to set that ACL flag on their uploads or they'll get an accessed denied error, but if you can get them to set that flag I think this may work for you. Editing Bucket Permissions

Categories : Amazon

Odd sizing policy behavior
"minimum" means that the widget must have the given size or more (the given size is a minimum), while "maximum" means that the given size is an upper limit, so the behaviour you observe is consitent with semantics. I would set the spinbox policy to "expanding" and the label to "preferred".

Categories : Qt

Powershell Start-Process to start Powershell session and pass local variables
I'm pretty sure there's no direct way to pass variables from one PowerShell session to another. The best you can do is some workaround, like declaring the variables in the code you pass in -ArgumentList, interpolating the values in the calling session. How you interpolate the variables into the declarations in -ArgumentList depends on what types of variables. For an array and a string you could do something like this: $command = '<contents of your scriptblock without the curly braces>' Start-Process powershell -ArgumentList ("`$Array = echo $Array; `$String = '$String';" + $command)

Categories : Powershell

Versioning policy of homebrew formula?
Homebrew doesn't support this (yet), what other packaging systems might call a revision. Either you create a fake version number, as you propose, but that isn't recommended for public packages. Or you manually uninstall and reinstall the package.

Categories : Misc



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