Pass is the standard password manager for Unix systems. It follows the Unix philosophy.
Pass saves passwords in text files and encrypts them using a gpg key. The folder structure containing the encrypted files is the pass store. Sharing a pass store without handing over the gpg key requires a gpg key exchange. Git is integrated into the pass cli and is used as version control system.
This document is a guideline for users which require access to a shared pass store and is also a documentation of how to set up a shared pass store. The first part elaborates the process of creating a shared pass store and the second part shows how collaboration from the perspective of a user looks like.
While preparing a Windows image for SCCM deployment I looked for a viable solution to remove Windows apps from the image. SCCM offers a lot options to execute this kind of action such as running a task sequence or install an application. But none of the options worked out for me. Either they were too complicated to configure or simply didn’t work as expected. Today I’ve found a script on TechNet seemed to a good solution. This script showed me how easy it is to mount a windows image and remove the app packages directory from it. However, the script was outdated and didn’t offer the option to remove only selected apps. That’s why I’ve created my own remix of the script.
For my current React app in development I’m using Redux to manage the client state. As this is the first time using Redux I’m not quite sure what to put in the store yet. But I’ve decided to give the multilingual labels and wordings a try. Below you’ll find a simple approach on how I made my app multilingual using the Redux client state to store the translated content. I assume you are familiar with Redux and React.
This post is part of my Your own Virtual Private Server hosting solution project.
Get the latest version of this article here: https://gist.github.com/9410478.
For this task we are going to configure a duplicity script wrapper.
Unregarded of the installation instructions it’s expected that you have already signed up for an Amazon account and know how to use their services.
With SharePoint 2013 you can create a managed metadata navigation and share it across web applications and site collections.
But there’s an ugly limitation for site collections.
The SharePoint term store service is one of the most important parts of a SharePoint installation. It’s the best place to store an manage global metadata for your companies documents.
It’s not that hard to design a term set in Excel and import it afterwards with the built-in term store import wizard.
However there’s no tool or wizard that allows you to get a term set out of the term store.
It’s only possible with my PowerShell function (which is as always part of my PowerShell PowerUp project)