IIS – Warm up installation and configuration

Following my previous post, here is a quick step to install and use the IIS warm up module. Download the IIS Warm Up module from http://www.iis.net/download/ApplicationWarmUp Launch the setup program and follow the wizard; there is almost nothing else than accepting the license agreement. Once the setup is finished, you have to enabled the module. To do this, you have to run the following PowerShell cmdlet (the module is not…

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IIS – Warm up module

Many of SharePoint administrators have implemented a warm up script to improve responsiveness of SharePoint after a server reboot or an IISRESET. For example, with SharePoint 2010 you may have created a PowerShell script like this one:   # Warmup the local SharePoint sites Function Warmup-Site {     Param([string]$url)     Process     {         $wc = New-Object net.WebClient         $wc.credentials = [System.Net.CredentialCache]::DefaultCredentials;         return $wc.DownloadString($url)     } } "Warming up…

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Twitter – Get your Twitter account onto Outlook

If you want to track your twitter account on Outlook, which allow you to keep tweet on your Outlook inbox, send tweet directly from Outlook… This will interest you http://www.techhit.com/TwInbox/twitter_plugin_outlook.html The good news is it’s working with Outlook 2010, even the x64 bits version !!! To install it you have to close your Outlook before. Then, you will have a Twitter toolbox available. The configuration is very simple: launch the…

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ADFS 2.0 – RTW version available

Microsoft has released the RTW (Release To the Web) of Active Directory Federation Services 2.0. ADFS is allowing users collaboration across organization boundaries as well as used for simple application authentication on premise and in the cloud. http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=118c3588-9070-426a-b655-6cec0a92c10b

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