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    While on site with a customer recently we discovered that their VSTS build for producing their Selenium tests was producing around 800MB of artifacts, this seemed pretty high for something that should just be producing a bunch of test DLLs. So I turned to PowerShell to figure out what was actually being produced and where it was.

  • Install MIM Portal with PowerShell

    Following on from my earlier post about installing MIM Sync I’ve moved on to installing MIM Portal and Service via PowerShell DSC.

  • Install MIM Sync with PowerShell

    A recent project involved installing Microsoft Identity Manager (MIM) 2016 SP1 as part of a deployment to Azure. As this is being done using DSC there was no way to interact with the installation or click buttons in a installation wizard, so PowerShell to the rescue.

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