Before googling "Could not get nonce" (like I did), you should first check the Let's Encrypt status page or Twitter feed.
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Last year I migrated a relatively large OneNote notebook to Markdown -- which anyone can access on GitHub. Here is a little background on why this was done and how things improved as a result.
Even though it doesn't take long to add a folder to %Path% by clicking through Windows, I prefer to do this using a little PowerShell instead.
Here's a set of scripts to make it easier to view the items in the "BackConnectionHostNames" registry key, as well as add and remove hostnames.
Here's a set of scripts to make it easier to view the hostname mappings in the hosts file, as well as add and remove hostnames.
Wondering where all the precious free space in your SSD went? Well, here are a few possibilities.
Here's a little PowerShell script I whipped up to import the TechnologyToolbox.com log files into a SQL Server database for some "quick and dirty" analysis.
Here's a useful script for those, like me, that use SysPrep'ed images to create new virtual machines and also leverage Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) to keep machines up-to-date with the latest patches. Reset WSUS for SysPrep Image.cmd ...
In my previous post , I explained how I like to create separate VHDs for data and log files in my SharePoint development VMs. However, given the very small amount of content that I typically load into a SharePoint development environment, these VHDs certainly...
In the United States, "CDL" typically refers to a Commercial Driver's License -- but since I don't drive trucks for a living, I use the acronym for something entirely different. To me, these three letters correspond to the minimum number of drives I like...