EXTJS Community Edition account MyGet password retrieve - extjs

When you request EXTJS Community Edition you receive emails per account on Myget, but I never receive the one with the password. How and where can you get it? Thanks


Connecting Microsoft Report Server to Gmail

Microsoft Report Server (SQL Server) allows connection to GMail through SMTP via user / password, but does not provide support for OAuth. Google has turned off "Less Secure App" access for non-Workspace clients, and at some point in the future will probably disable LSAs all together. While we are a Workspace client and have more time to figure this out, I'm looking for help / suggestions on how to continue using GMail to send our company reports once LSAs are no longer an option.
For instance, are there any downloadable mail server applications for Windows like hMailServer that support OAuth? Unfortunately hMailServer (which we currently use) does not have OAuth support.

Is there a way to integrate Microsoft Bot Framework handoff to Salesforce Live agent

I am not able to find a way to connect bot to a live agent.
I tried with MS dynamics 365, that seems to be a paid version, So i have decided to try with salesforce live chat integration, Is there a way to do so.
This Project https://github.com/microsoft/BotBuilder-Samples/tree/master/experimental/handoff-library , should help you to get started

ssrs password accessing report builder

After successfully installing SQL Server Express 2012. I am trying to get set up my Report Builder. Unfortunately I am asked for a password when clicking on the Report manager URL or the Web Services URL. It says something like this (connecting to "my_Pc").
As far as I am aware I do not have any password on my PC nor set up one when configuring my SQL Server. Please note that I have not configure SSRS yet and my Service account is still ReportServer$SQLExpress. How do I sort this out please
Issue is with how you have created data source for Report.
Data source is created with option "Prompted Credentials" .
It should be created with "Stored Credentials" or "Windows Integrated Security"
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At one point you might have configured the user "sa", have you tried using sa login to access the report page? If you are using machine id to authenticate with sql server, to configure a new user, after you connect to your database, browse down to security > logins > right-click and choose "new login".
One easy solution for this is to check the browser you are using . |I was using internet explorer edge and realise that explorer edge was simply not trusting that site. So if you are on explorer just go on setting and trust the site.
However I was on IE edge which does not trust any site. I changed it for google chrome. Everything is running perfectly fine. just change the browser (Internet Explorer best as Google could pose problem to visualize data when creating reports) and refresh everything should be running just fine.

How to email team members within Visual Studio Team Services when they use Microsoft Accounts

I am adding a user who has a Hotmail account to Visual Studio Team Services (was Visual Studio Online).
First I added him to Azure Active Directory, then I added him to the Team in Visual Studio Team Services.
When I open a backlog item, and attempt to email it to him using the Team Services "Send Work Items in Email" feature, I get this error:
"Unable to send message to the following recipients: abc#hotmail.com Preferred Email address is not configured within the user’s profile."
Why doesn't it just use the Hotmail address? Looking through VSTS and Azure, I see no place to specify a "Preferred Email address". Google turns up very little, except Robert Noack's post on Microsoft Connect which describes trouble changing the Preferred Email for ADFS accounts.
You need to ask the user to sign in VSTS to configure it. If it is the first time to login, a page will be displayed to ask him configure this. Otherwise, clicking the account name in the up right corner after login and select "My Profile->edit your profile".

Which method of Authentication is correct for Sync Framework client application (database synchronization)?

Users will be out in the field collecting data on windows client app in areas with poor internet connection. Days or even weeks at a time away from any network connection. The lucky ones will bring their laptop back to a regional office to sync the data they've collected when they login to the company network. Others will have to resort to plugging into a client/customer internet connection and/or Internet Cafe connection to perform the data sync.
The app stores the data on a local sql server 2008 R2 express database and the client will initiate a database sync to the SQL Server 2008 standard in HQ as and when connection is available.
User Authentication and role based security are requirements of the App. Which method should I be using: Forms Authentication or Windows Authentication ? (And I think I've come across a 3rd type called Custom Authentication ?)
Sorry, I'm really lost on the authentication stuff - first time doing it and not sure of the pros & cons of each type. Can anyone advise which I should be using for this scenario ?
UPDATE: I've actually got the synchronization working now using the SQL Server's external ip address in the connection string and SQL Authentication for the user logins. Would this be an accepted practice or am I violating any security principles?
I still have to get to the role based security piece - can role based security work with SQL Authentication?
Also, new wrinkle: turns out that some of the remote users once they have been issued their laptop from Head Office may never login to the organisation's Domain again so their Login's Trust relationship with the domain expires after a few months. Therefore, I guess Windows Authentication is not viable anyway...
How will you connect to the HQ db server?
Imo the safest solution would be to sync over WCF (sample with SqlCompact to Sql Server over WCF with N-tier here). You can then implement whatever authentication scheme you want depending on the kind of security (transport and/or message) you implement in WCF. See this and this for more info.