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JavaScript: same origin policy and JSONP

JavaScript: same origin policy and JSONP

luca July 11, 2013 2

The same origin policy is a security policy that all the modern browsers apply to client-side scripting languages, including JavaScript. That policy prevents a script running in the browser from calling methods and resources offered by

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JavaScript: add a delay to the keyup() event

JavaScript: add a delay to the keyup() event

luca June 17, 2013 0

When you’re developing an AJAX application, you often use the onkeyup() event that is fired every time the user releases a key on the keyboard. Let’s consider for example an autocomplete function: every time

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XenApp, provisioned servers and daylight saving time

XenApp, provisioned servers and daylight saving time

luca April 3, 2013 0

If you’re using Citrix Provisioning Services to deploy your XenApp session-host servers, you may run into a problem that didn’t let me sleep last night… After the farm’s nightly reboot, users were no longer

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VMWare, how to enable copy&paste from console

VMWare, how to enable copy&paste from console

luca March 27, 2013 0

Starting from VSphere 4.1, the copy&paste options in virtual machines’ consoles are disabled by default. You can enable the clipboard: for a single virtual machine; for all the VM running on a given ESXi host. Single VM

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How to publish a Thinapp to a group of users

How to publish a Thinapp to a group of users

luca January 11, 2013 0

Sometimes you may need to publish a Thinapped application to a specific group of users. If you use Thinapp with VMWare View, from the latter’s GUI you can assign your Thinapp to a pool or a desktop, not to users or

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Windows: what an account is locked by?

Windows: what an account is locked by?

luca November 30, 2012 0

One of the most frustrating activities a Windows admin has to perform is understanding why an Active Directory account keeps locking: here’s a quick way to find out

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Eagle – Put components on the bottom layer

Eagle – Put components on the bottom layer

luca November 29, 2012 3

Eagle, by default, puts all the components on the PCB’s top layer, usually displayed with red color: Choose the Mirror tool: and click on your component: Eagle will move it on the bottom layer, displayed with the blu color

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Windows 2008 CA: Error 401 – Access is denied

Windows 2008 CA: Error 401 – Access is denied

luca September 18, 2012 2

Windows Server’s Certification Authority offers a web interface to request certificates, available at the following URL: https://nomeserver/CertSrv. When I tried to connect to an Enterprise CA installed on a Windows 2008 server, I got this error message: 401 –

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Change DNS entry with Powershell

Change DNS entry with Powershell

luca September 3, 2012 0

Today I needed to change – using a script – a type A entry in my DNS. Using WMI, you can get MicrosoftDNS_AType class that represents an A record saved in a Microsoft DNS server. The

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Exchange 2003: how to log IMAP sessions

Exchange 2003: how to log IMAP sessions

luca August 30, 2012 0

Today, I needed to record IMAP sessions on my Microsoft Exchange 2003 server to debug a client. You can enable session logging with the following registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\IMAP4Svc\Parameters Two values control logging behavior: IMAP4 Protocol Log

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