I'm sure that each spring you do the development environment cleaning. You remove all not necessary Sitecore, Solr, Mongo instances and other resources. You exactly know what versions you have and where are installed. But if this year you forget a spring cleaning, this script can help you a little to list Sitecore stuff installed on your laptop or desktop.
When we want to install Sitecore with Sitecore Install Framework there, a few requirements must be met. In Powershell, there is an easy way to achieve this goal.
During my adventure with Sitecore on Azure, I noticed this error "MSDN subscriptions are restricted from provisioning in this region" when Azure SQL database was provisioning during Sitecore deployment.
A simple implementation of credentials store. The credential store is a simple CSV file where encrypded credentials are stored. For encryption/decryption the Windows Data Protection API (DPAPI) is used.
A tutorial how to configure Sitecore database as RDS instance in Amazon Web Services. In first part I will show a manual way, in next part I will automate the whole process.
Now Sitecore PowerShell Extensions provides a User Account Control (UAC) feature akin to that of Microsoft Windows. Security is very important, but can be annoying. Let's have a look how to configure the UAC in convenient way with a PowerShell.
As you can imagine manual process of renaming about 50 configuration files is time consuming and error prone. Sitecore Automation Module (SAM) could help you automate this process with minimal effort and remove a human factor that can make a mistake
Today is the first public release of Sitecore Automation Module. This module provides functions for automating tasks connected with Sitecore development.