Change PostgreSQL Locale

wrote by Rafael Marangoni, from Suporte Linux team. This article explains how to change the default PostgreSQL Locale. Be careful, because we're considering that you do not have data on the PostgreSQL instance. First, we need to stop the Postgres service (if was not already stopped): service postgresql stop Then we need to remove all ... Read more

Configure PostgreSQL to accept connections from network

wrote by Rafael Marangoni, from Consultoria Linux team. By default, on some distros, PostgreSQL will only accept connections from localhost. When you have only access from localhost (from localhost Apache, by example) everything is ok, but when you need that postgresql accepts connections for other hosts, you need to make some configs. First of all, ... Read more

How to Get all Active Directory Users Created in the Last 24 Hours using PowerShell

You may require in some cases to check an active directory for newly created users so you can send them an email. You may also require to get newly added users for auditing or security purposes. You can get the active directory users created in last 24 hours by using this script. Feel free to change it for ... Read more

Debugging of ISPConfig 3 server actions in case of a failure

The following article describes the steps that need to be taken to debug ISPConfig 3 server scripts. This procedure applies to all ISPConfig 3 versions incl. ISPConfig 3.1 and ISPConfig 3.2. Enable the debug Loglevel in ISPConfig Login to the ISPConfig interface and set the log level to Debug under System > System > Server ... Read more

How to Execute PowerShell Scripts Without Pop-Up Window

PowerShell scripts are hard to run without any kind of popup. Without using the small workaround that I will show you here, it may even be impossible. Even if you specify the -WindowStyle Hidden switch - this will only result in the PowerShell window blinking up for a split second and disappearing afterward. You can ... Read more