# Assumptions:
# ./unifi.pem is the signed cert you wish to use
# ./unifi.key is the private key
# ./chain.pem is the CA chain for your issuer, ordered intermediates to root
# /var/lib/unifi/keystore is the appropriate path for your Keystore; may vary by distro (tested on Debian 8)
openssl pkcs12 -export \
-in unifi.pem \
View 01-install-xenapp-6.ps1
# This install assumes a couple things:
# 1. You're logged in as a local admin, per Citrix recommendations
# 2. These script files are store in d:\software\citrix6
# 3. The installation media for XenApp 6 has been unpacked in d:\software\citrix6\citrix6
# 4. The MSIs for Hotfix Rollup 2 and Profile Manager are located in d:\software\citrix6\citrix6\addons
# (these can be excluded by skipping "04-01-install-patches.bat"
# This install occurs across four reboots, and is complete unattended; you can kick it off
# when logged in via RDP or at the console, and let it run to completion. Run time is

Keybase proof

I hereby claim:

  • I am rpunt on github.
  • I am rpunt ( on keybase.
  • I have a public key whose fingerprint is BF55 A76A E67F F3A1 2E09 E08F ED47 262D 3FF6 076A

To claim this, I am signing this object:

#!/usr/bin/env bash
superpull() {
cd $dir
echo -e "\n************************************\n* Pulling $dir\n************************************" >$STATUS
git checkout master 1>>$STATUS 2>&1
if [[ $? != 0 ]]; then
// given the e-mail address of a roomlist, this SOAP message will retrieve the member rooms.
NSString *roomlist = @"roomlist1@domain.tld" // this is the e-mail address of the room list you're querying
NSLog(@"querying roomlist %@", roomlist);
NSString *soapMessage = [NSString stringWithFormat:@""
@"<?xml version=\"1.0\" encoding=\"utf-8\"?>"
@"<soap:Envelope xmlns:xsd=\"\" xmlns:soap=\"\" xmlns:t=\"\" xmlns:m=\"\">"
@"<t:RequestServerVersion Version =\"Exchange2010_SP2\"/>"
// for some reason, Exchange Web Services seems to ignore the DST-specific bias settings, and only refer to the
// master bias.
// set the master bias here.
int bias = abs([[NSTimeZone systemTimeZone] secondsFromGMT] / 60);
NSString *soapMessage = [NSString stringWithFormat:@""
@"<?xml version=\"1.0\" encoding=\"utf-8\"?>"
@"<soap:Envelope xmlns:xsi=\"\" xmlns:xsd=\"\" xmlns:soap=\"\" xmlns:t=\"\">"
@"<GetUserAvailabilityRequest xmlns=\"\" xmlns:t=\"\">"
// Retrieve a list of roomlists from Exchange 2010 via SOAP.
// This method then uses SMXMLDocument to retrieve the e-mail addresses for those roomlists,
// which can be used to query the individual rooms
// DEPENDENCIES: AFNetworking v1 (
// SMXMLDocument (
// NOTE: I used AFHTTPRequestOperation instead of AFXMLRequestOperation because I wanted the XML, not an XML parser
// (which is what AFXMLRequestOperation returns)
- (void) readRoomLists {
# This is a preseed partman recipe that will later allow the created on
# LVM-on-software-RAID, somethat that wasn't possible directly in the
# preseed at the time (~2003)
d-i lvmcfg/activevg boolean false
d-i lvmcfg/vgdelete_names select vg00
d-i lvmcfg/vgcreate_name string vg00
d-i lvmcfg/vgdelete_confirm boolean true
d-i partman-auto/method string lvm
d-i partman-lvm/device_remove_lvm boolean true
View Verify User Credentials.ps1
param (
$computer = gc env:computername
# did you enter valid credentials for a local user?
View PowerShell Console Transcript.ps1
$log=Join-Path (Get-ChildItem $MyInvocation.MyCommand.Definition).Directory (Get-ChildItem $MyInvocation.MyCommand.Definition).Basename
Start-Transcript "$log.log"