Gitwin - an OpenSSH enabled Git Server for Windows

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Gitwin is an OpenSSH enabled Git Server for Windows. It is a yet another packaging of Git, OpenSSH, Cygwin and many other related tools to make it a complete and ready-to-use solution as a git repository on Windows. At the time of writing, Gitwin is the same installer as delivered by It will, however, be maintained and delivered directly by Itefix. The next version is scheduled for January 2012.

Copssh, Cwrsync and Nagwin - now as paid solutions !

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Itefix has decided to deliver installers Copssh (OpenSSH for Windows), Cwrsync (Rsync for Windows) and Nagwin (Nagios for Windows) as paid solutions with very reasonable pricing to cover expenses/time spent. Updates and support for one year are included. Free editions are available.

The continuous effort of keeping them up to date and supported will be much more bearable that way.

A simple Powershell-based solution for Exchange ActiveSync management

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Adeas.ps1 is a Powershell script which implements a simple Exchange ActiveSync management solution based on AD-groups and ActiveSync mailbox policies. Each AD-group corresponds to a level implemented by an ActiveSysnc mailbox policy.

Following operations are available:

  • Activate user(s)
  • Deactivate user(s)
  • Disable ActiveSync for all users
  • Generate usage reports
  • Remove stale device partnerships

Usage info from the script:

Create random passwords in Powershell

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RandomPassword function can be used to create random passwords in PowerShell based environments. It accepts a password length and an optional pattern (full or partial). A random pattern will be created or added if not specified. You can use patterns to make sure that your passwords has a guaranteed password complexity.


# 8-char password with a random pattern
RandomPassword -length 8
# 12-char with a partial start pattern "ULNS":
# one uppercase, one lowercase, one numeric, one specific
# the last six pattern classes will be generated in random
RandomPassword -length 12 -pattern "ULNS"
# 10-char with a full pattern "LLLLSUUUUN":
# four lowercase, one special, four uppercase and one numeric
RandomPassword -length 10 -pattern "LLLLSUUUUN"


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