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Max Melcher

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A while ago I wrote about chocolatey and how to install a lot tools automatically. Thats especially handy if you have to set up a new environment for SharePoint 2013 RTM…

Now even more

Today and yesterday I added two more packages - two tools that I always use and now I can add them in my scripted setup: ULSViewer and CKSDEV (Server)


The Visual Studio Extension is installed if you have a Visual Studio 2010 or 2012 installed. This is the server version of cksdev.

Install with:

cinst cksdevserver


The ULSViewer is installed and a shortcut is added on your desktop - quite handy. Please keep in mind that this is the microsoft ulsviewer not the one from codeplex.

Install with:

cinst ulsviewer

Add new packages!

Adding of packages was not that easy (start here), but after one hour or two you get used to it - basically its powershell and some nuget related stuff. Go for it!

MyGet Feed

I updated my MyGet Feed and with

cinst all -source https://www.myget.org/F/sharepointdev

you install now:

  • 7zip
  • Adobe Reader
  • Fiddler
  • git
  • gitextensions
  • github for Windows
  • notepad++
  • GoogleChrome
  • dotPeek
  • smtp4dev
  • ULSViewer
  • CKSDevServer
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