After signing up for Office 365 and setting everything up on 2 computers, phones and tablets, I were very surprised to find that IOS and Android is not able to display calendars shared from Office 365. There are some work arounds involving the OWA app (not as intuitive as using the native calendar app), publishing
I had a great deal of issues trying to follow the Microsoft TLG named “Configure SharePoint Server 2013 in a three-tier farm” (which is located at https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh872914.aspx. The issues were all related to the prerequisite installer which gave errors regarding IIS, Server Mangager and other requirements. I finally got it to install using the following
After spending many hours (more than I’m willing to admit) getting the SharePoint 2013 client-side People Picker working in a plain HTML page, I’m going to document the solution here. Hoping that it will help others trying to accomplish the same. The code example Using the client-side People Picker in a SharePoint-hosted add-in in this
I’ve recently started in a new job which requires knowledge of TypeScript and Angular2 and would like to share my findings on setting up the tools for this. The following is based on a great guide by Cory Rylan which can be found at his blog and several post on StackOverflow and misc Google results.
The need for easily displaying all local administrators on a computer does not come up all that often. But when it does it would be neat to not have to go through direct members, members by groups (and nested groups) in order to locate all the local administrators on a computer. The below script do
For a long time I’ve been looking for a solution to generate XML files which contains all radio stations provided by AudioAddict (di.dm, radiotunes.com, rockradio.com, etc). I’ve only been able to find a couple of old solutions which did not support adding my premium key (which grants access to higher bitrate streams with no adds).