Recently on one of my SharePoint farms I noticed the “Open with Explorer” is not working. After couple of minutes of digging into the settings and performing network traffic captures I realized is not the SharePoint farm fault. In fa Continue reading Explorer View (Webdav) not working on sites running SNI
I recently went through the process of applying the latest SharePoint 2013 Cumulative Update on my multi server SharePoint 2013 Farm. To my surprise, I found the total time to apply the patch (install the bits) took over 5 hours Continue reading Why SharePoint 2013 Cumulative Update takes 5 hours to install? – SharePoint Brew – Site Home – MSDN Blogs
The March Public Update (PU) for SharePoint Server 2013 and SharePoint Foundation 2013 is available. Here’s information to help you install it on SharePoint farms where search components and high availability search topologies are enabled. For servers that include search Continue reading How to install update packages on a SharePoint farm where search component and high availability search topologies are enabled – SharePoint IT Pro Blog – Site Home – TechNet Blogs
via: SharePoint 2013 Farm in Less than an Hour–New Azure Portal and Azure Templates – Shawn Cicoria – Site Home – MSDN Blogs. Soon, you’ll be able to author your own templates, but as of today, you can provision an Continue reading SharePoint 2013 Farm in Less than an Hour–New Azure Portal and Azure Templates – Shawn Cicoria – Site Home – MSDN Blogs
“GOVERNAGE” – Thé mix between Governance and end user Usage | Rick Hilferink. A vision paper written by Rick Hilferink – SharePoint Enthusiast @ Portiva. This vision paper will be written in a series of three blogs. In each of Continue reading “GOVERNAGE” – Thé mix between Governance and end user Usage | Rick Hilferink
Nauplius » SharePoint Warm-Up Scripts: A Thing of the Past. Enter a new feature to IIS 8: Application Initialization. This module will allow you to set Application Pools to always run, regardless if an end user request has been made Continue reading Nauplius » SharePoint Warm-Up Scripts: A Thing of the Past
I recently ran into a problem at one of our customers. I won’t bother you with details and come straight to the point. Let’s say you have successfully created a SQL 2012 Always On Availability group and configure SharePoint to Continue reading SharePoint and SQL 2012 Always On – Remember to Sync you logins across Replicas !
Windows PowerShell Command Builder for SharePoint 2013 Products and Office 365.
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via SharePoint Bit Me. For all of you who are considering an upgrade to SharePoint 2013 you may have noticed one feature that is missing from SharePoint 2010, the pre-upgrade check. In SharePoint 2007 (post service pack 2) there was Continue reading SharePoint 2010 – 2013 preupgradecheck