31 October, 2015

XenMobile IPA to MDX bash script

Hacked together this script to ease the process of modifying an IPA to comply with an organisation visual identity, then wrap it using Citrix MDX Toolkit in preparation for deploying using XenMobile.

25 January, 2015

OS X Yosemite on VMware

After some digging around I've finally managed to gather together the necessary information that I needed to create a VMware image with OS X Yosemite, so I didn't need to switch between my Windows PC and Macbook Pro for small compiling tasks on the Macbook. So rather than scrambling all over to find all the information, I've gathered it in this single blog post. More or less all of the information I gathered, is from InsanelyMac. Read on for the details...

18 November, 2014

Finally! 64-bit Google Chrome for Mac OS X

After more than 5 years, Google today released a 64-bit version of Google Chrome for Apples Mac OS X. This is especially great for us Danes, since the government created a common login ID, that is based on Java. And since Oracle didn't build a 32-bit version of Java 7, the Chrome users were simply just out of luck. But no more.

31 October, 2014

Move-ADGroupMembers PowerShell script

A simple PowerShell script, to move members of an AD security group to another.

Merge-ADGroupMembers PowerShell script

Here's a small PowerShell script, which is I made, because I needed to merge some AD Security Groups, while excluding members that were in some other security groups. Not much to tell about it.

30 May, 2014

Update-GratisDNS PowerShell script

Here's a quick PowerShell script, which can be used as a scheduled task on a Windows computer, to update your GratisDNS.dk DDNS. Requires PowerShell version 3.
Just use the following to command in the scheduled task action: C:\Windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\powershell.exe -NoLogo -NonInteractive -ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted -File "C:\Scripts\Update-GratisDNS.ps1"

17 March, 2014

Deploying Java 7 Update 51

With Java 7 Update 51, Oracle really beefed up the various security settings, making it even more annoying to deploy java, in a way where you don't bother your users with update reminders, certificate errors and whatnot.

I've tried to gather bits and pieces over the last couple of months (ever since Java 7 Update 40, when rulesets were introduced), as my time permitted it. This is just my attempt to gather all the information I've found and tested in one place.

Most of the important bits I've found here:
https://blogs.oracle.com/java-platform-group/entry/introducing_deployment_rule_sets

15 March, 2014

Free Training For Life, Take Two :-)

Så gør Firebrand Training det igen. En lodtrækning, hvor de udlodder frie kurser og certificeringer resten af livet. Helt sikkert kan gøre brug af i IT branchen, hvor der er konstant udvikling.

Man får 1 lod, når man tilmelder sig konkurrencen. Men hvorfor ikke give en hjælpende hånd til mig, når du har læst blog-indlægget her? :) Ved at tilmelde dig konkurrencen via dette link http://www.firebrandtraining.se/FTFL/9ON giver du mig endnu et lod. Derefter skal du blot gøre det samme, nemlig dele dit personlige link (eller mit, hvis du føler dig gavmild ;) ), så kan du også få ekstra lodder :)

05 March, 2014

Enable Facebook Tag Review

Do you find it annoying when people tag you weird places on Facebook? No? Well, some do, and here's a very quick walkthrough on how to limit the impact.

My Favorite Trance Podcasts

I've always found it annoying, that I had to remember to add new music to my mp3-player (before smartphones actually got smart) or to my smartphone. So I bought an Archos Gmini XS 202 with 20 GB of storage. That way I could throw just about all my music on to the mp3-player and not listen to the same track twice for quite a while. I still have it in a drawer somewhere. It was a great device.

One day I stumbled upon a Tiësto podcast, and I finally saw a use for podcasts. And with apps that automatically download the latest podcasts to my phone, I was happy. No more updating the music lists on my phone.

So without further ado, here's the OPML-file you can just download and import to your favorite podcast player. Read on for the complete list (in no particular order).