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Over the years, the articles in our blog have grown extensively. There's a lot of valuable information in there, but it's become hard to find because it's mixed in with various tour announcements, special offers, conference recaps and the like. So, we decided to pull the important articles and place them here—along with information we find relevant to PowerShell and scripting—in a more organized and easily searchable venue.
We are constantly adding to this cornucopia of material about SAPIEN Technologies, Inc. products, PowerShell, and things you never knew you needed to know. So make this a place you frequent often for tips, tricks, advice and plain old 'how-tos'.
Whether it is your first visit here or your 100th, we are sure you will find something useful. Enjoy!
Why do I need a time stamp when signing a script?
When you set up script signing in PrimalScript or PowerShell Studio, you see a field called "Time Stamp". It has a large list of URLs for time stamp servers to choose from.
SAPIEN Software Subscriptions
A subscription is SAPIEN Technologies' payment model that allows you to utilize our software without purchasing a perpetual license, which requires a significant upfront cost. All subscriptions require a yearly commitment and can be prepaid or billed monthly.
Subscriptions are available for PowerShell Studio, PrimalScript, and SAPIEN DevOps Suite. All our software is also available to purchase as a perpetual license; you can own and use perpetual licenses and subscriptions at the same time.
How to add a seat to your Subscription
You can add a seat to your active subscription whenever you need to. Here's how:
From your account page, click on Manage Payment/Subscriptions under the My Profile section on the left of the screen: