After a power outage that resulted in our customer’s virtual machines undergoing a controlled reboot, I have noticed that the Gitlist repository for our projects has become unavailable.
An exciting story about a peculiar storage behavior causing IPDirector problems. Warning: log-reading, some programming and Powershell scripting inside!
In the previous post we have gathered a list of workstations that required their Microsoft .NET Framework to be downgraded. Let’s downgrade them remotely using the Windows Management Instrumentation Command-line (WMIC).
One of our customers has been requested to uninstall certain .NET framework versions from their workstations: it had surfaced that the EVS IPDirector version that the they were running was incompatible with anything above .NET Framework 4.5.1…
This week I had a chance to work on an interesting project involving a beautiful free piece of software called Caspar CG. And we have enhanced it with metadata from EVS IPDirector!