Category Archives: sharepoint

Update missing/required in SharePoint

Today I had a strange scenario in a SharePoint farm. My task today was to install the security patches for SharePoint that was available trough Windows Update. I did that and rebooted the servers as required. When they were all … Continue reading

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Properly reusable workflow

A client recently asked for a document library with a custom content type and a workflow to remind responsible users to review documents annualy. The little twist here is that they also wanted to have this document library on several … Continue reading

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SharePoint 2013 SQL administration with PowerShell

​[This post was moved from my previous blog] I found this post about most commands you will ever need for administrating SharePoint SQL databases from PowerShell: http://www.petri.com/administer-sharepoint-2013-powershell-manage-content-databases.htm​​ Can’t think of much else you will ever need. Great overview!

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How to hide RSS Title in Webpart

​[This post was moved from my previous blog] You need to edit the XSL script within the webpart and mark out the lines shown in green here: That does the trick! 🙂

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How to get rid of the page title in SharePoint 2013

​[This post was moved from my previous blog] You can get rid of the page title in SharePoint 2013 by adding a content editor web part on a page and add this code trough “edit source” in it: <style> #pageContentTitle … Continue reading

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Not getting rid of the Newsfeed title from the Newsfeed web part?

​​[This post was moved from my previous blog] Then you need to add some code to hide the title. The easiest way around this is to add a Content Editor web part and then add this line: <style>.ms-microfeed-siteFeedTitleArea{display:none;} </style> The best … Continue reading

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You want the mobile phone number from AD to show in SPO People search?

​[This post was moved from my previous blog] When investigating this for a client, I found this link which is kind of nice: People search with work number ​Note the phone number from AD shows up in the screenshot below:

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How to configure SQL for use with SharePoint 2013

​[This post was moved from my previous blog] ​I found this video about optimizing SQL server for SharePoint 2013. It’s really worth a viewing: http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/SharePoint-Conference/2014/SPC331​

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How to check allocation unit size

​[This post was moved from my previous blog] This is interesting if you are setting up a new SQL server. If you are delivered a server ready for install SQL and dont know which allocation unit size the data disks … Continue reading

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Create SQL placeholder files

[This post was moved from my previous blog] A little tip for SharePoint operations & maintenance consultants out there. If you have access to an SQL server and have slightly limited diskspace for logfiles and datafiles. Then I would recommend … Continue reading

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