Posts Tagged ‘powershell’

Optimizely/Episerver DXP Deployment API – Smooth Deployment Public Release

In my previous posts, we went over the deployment process in the Optimizely/Episerver DXP environment. The first and the second post of the Deployment API series went through the original methods that allow for deployment into the DXP environment. Smooth Deploy is a feature that I have been looking forward to for a long time now. It […]

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DXP Deployment API – Azure.Storage Error Fix

As of March 29th, Microsoft made the decision to publish new VM’s which archived a bunch of Az, Azure, and AzureRM modules. The side effect of this was that when any of the deployment API scripts were run in Azure DevOps, it would throw an error. ‘Azure.Storage’ version 4.4.0 or greater is required. At C:\Users\VssAdministrator\Documents\WindowsPowerShell\Modules\EpiCloud\0.13.15\EpiCloud.psm1:189 […]

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EpiServer DXP Deployment API – Direct Deploy

As of Update 357, Optimizely (EpiServer) released Direct Deploy into their Deployment API, Episerver.PaaS.EpiCloud. This update changes a couple of my scripts to allow major speed improvements when deploying into the integration environment. In this post, we will go through the following: How does the current deployment to Integration work? Why Direct Deploy? Why does […]

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Episerver DXP Environment Deployment API PowerShell Scripts – Part 3

In my previous posts, we went over the deployment process in the EpiServer DXP environment. The first post went through the original methods that allow for deployment into the DXP environment. The second post went through update 313, which was a massive deployment API update, as well as how to use the API to export an environmental database, […]

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Episerver DXP Environment Deployment API PowerShell Scripts – Part 2

In my last-post, we went over the deployment process in the EpiServer DXP environment. I mentioned that the next post would be related to using this within Azure DevOps, but I need to make a slight adjustment based on today’s update. As of April 27th, 2020, EpiServer released their weekly update #313, which included a lot […]

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Episerver DXP Environment Deployment API PowerShell Scripts – Part 1

In late-2019, Episerver released one of their Beta programs, which would allow developers the ability to control a DXP environment deployment via an API. This Powershell module is called “EpiCloud”. There have been a few blog posts on how to use these APIs in one-off instances, but none in how to make these into reusable […]

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Using Windows PowerShell to Kick Off a OneStream Data Management Job

Windows PowerShell is a shell scripting language often used in conjunction with Windows Task Scheduler for the automation of tasks and activities. Being able to automate tasks takes one more thing off an end-user’s plate. In this article, we will explore how to use Windows PowerShell to execute a data management job from OneStream. Data […]

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Integrating AWS S3 and Windows PowerShell to Download and Rename Files

Nowadays, many companies are migrating their data to a cloud storage solution rather than on a physical server. Utilizing the cloud has been an increasingly popular solution over the past few years. The advantages of using cloud storage over physical storage include cost-effectivity, always-on availability, increased security, increased mobility, and more. One popular cloud solution […]

Kali Project Encryption and Isolation Using Vagrant and BitLocker

Imagine that you work on different engagements or projects in which Kali Linux is one of your primary tools.  Furthermore, maybe you also have the need to keep the data for each of those projects isolated from the others – in other words, you need to avoid cross-contamination between your projects.  In this article I […]

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Change Sitecore Item ID

The Sitecore Item ID is one of those properties that I have always been told that you can’t change. They were basically right because if you look at Sitecore.Data.Items.Item in the Sitecore.Kernel dll using dotPeek you will see that for the ID there is a get but no set property. It looks like this below […]

Microsoft Teams PowerShell Gets a Face Lift! (November 2018)

One big problem for Teams admins in the past has been the lack of PowerShell cmdlets available for Microsoft Teams. Well, you no longer have to suffer in silence because Microsoft has finally released some updates for the Microsoft Teams Cmdlet module. With update 0.9.5  you can now perform “most” of the administrative operations available […]

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How to Quickly Install Sitecore 9

Ready to get started with Sitecore 9? Installing it can be quick and easy if you have the right tips and tricks. Learn the prerequisite software and configurations you’ll need to install Sitecore 9 and hit the ground running!

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