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Enable-O365integration : Credential cannot be authenticated At line:1 char:1 + Enable-O365integration -o365accountupn “xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx” -Pas … + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ + CategoryInfo : InvalidOperation: (:) [Enable-O365Integration], O365ConfigureException + FullyQualifiedErrorId : InvalidInvoke,Microsoft.WindowsServerSolutions.O365Integration.EnableO365IntegrationPSCmdlet If you ever get this error you need to disable the windows azure active directory sync in the Dashboard before continuing

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This Kaseya error can be quite annoying to diagnose if you don’t know what to look for. It is caused by having a step (such as Set Registry Value) with < or > in it, as Kaseya use XML to save their scripts. You can double tag it, eg <<br>>…

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Hi guys, Today I was looking into event log searching. I run a script that does a chkdsk on reboot but then when the machine boots I want to see the log from that report. To do this, I search the registry for the most recent event within a certain…

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I was having terrible difficulty getting Merb to work with RSpec. Turns out that Merb now uses Bundler, and if you don’t edit your Gemfile to include rspec it bails on you.

This was solved by adding the line to the bottom of the Gemfile in the project root….

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Posting this mostly for my reference so I don’t lose it again later.

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