NicolTIP#030: How to disable Direct Access via Powershell

in order to disable Direct Access on Windows 8.1, you can run the following powershell script (as administrator) remove-itemproperty -Path “HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows NT\DNSClient” -name DnsPolicyConfig Net stop iphlpsvc /y Net start iphlpsvc ipconfig /flushdns Write-Host “” Write-Host “Press any key to continue …” $x = $host.UI.RawUI.ReadKey(“NoEcho,IncludeKeyDown”)

SharePoint Warm Up Script comparision

Useful blog post to bookmark.

NicolTIP#019: How to recursively delete (hidden) SVN Folders in PowerShell 2.0

Super easy script from The Pursuite of Life Blog, that I ‘m copying here in order to keep it in my toolbox (get-childitem -recurse -force | where-object { $_.PsIsContainer -eq $true -and $_.Name -eq ".svn" } ) | remove-item –recurse –force

NicolTIP#017: How to automate the build process (of WP7 apps and more:) with powershell

I developed for fun a couple a WP7 apps and I needed to automate (just a little bit:-) the release process, mainly because: The application version must be entered in various point and should be keep in sync I’d like to store all released version in a specific directory The easiest way I found to…