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Bryan Rudden
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SharePoint custom C# code - impersonate the app pool account
note to self - in SharePoint when you need to impersonate the application pool account, you can use WindowsIdentity.Impersonate(IntPtr.Zero) like this:
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Needed a break from all the .NET and Coldfusion goo I've been dealing with at work. Started working on a mobile-first workout tracking app using only free tools/services. The app itself is turning out like this: AngularJS for the client UI/UX. To be deploye...
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Coldfusion 11 Java Keytool Import Cert Command
Doing an upgrade of coldfusion from CFMX 6.1 to CF11 and completely forgot how to import/trust external SSL certs (for consuming web services).

1. hit the web service WSDL url, confirm it works over HTTPS, and download the base64 version of the cert from...
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SQL Server - Recursive CTE query to get manager hierarchy
I've used the CONNECT BY syntax to do hierarchy queries in oracle, but recursive queries seem to be the new standard (not so new I guess, but new for me!). Now that I'm using SQL server it seems to be the only way to go. So here's my reference for walking...
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Copying AD Users into a SharePoint 2010 SPGroup
NOTE - if you are using Active Directory and you have user profiles being synced from AD to SharePoint, you should be able to apply security directly to an AD group and have it work recursively (with limitations - http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/...
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Copying AD Users into a SharePoint 2010 SPGroup
NOTE - if you are using Active Directory and you have user profiles being synced from AD to SharePoint, you should be able to apply security directly to an AD group and have it work recursively (with limitations - http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/...
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Exporting Data from SQL Server Managment Studio as INSERT statements
Another quirk of Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio 2008 - they made the option to export table data as SQL insert statements almost impossible to find. Here's how you do it: Right click on the database and go to Tasks -> Generate Scripts Select the ta...
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