PowerShell script to download all Farm solutions

Some time we got requirement to download farm solutions and it is specially required in migrations. Below I am sharing a simple PowerShell script which can download all solutions deployed on the SharePoint Farm. You need to execute  this script on SharePoint Farm with SPFarm account as this script need SharePoint Farm administrative access to execute. [void][System.Reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName(“Microsoft.SharePoint”) [void][System.Reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName(“Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration”) …

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Disassociating InfoPath Forms from list in Office 365

Scenario: We did migration of SharePoint 2010 from SharePoint online using a 3rd party migration tool. Content migrated successfully but with time we got some issues from the users regarding the behavior of the new environment and issues after migration Issue: SharePoint list view is showing data in the list but view/edit forms got corrupted …

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List Fields not showing in Add, Edit and display forms after migration

Background: We have completed a tool based SharePoint migration for a client which was from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint online, during the migration we got some hurdles which is because of custom features, custom list columns, deprecated list & site templates and invalid data but at the we were good to migrate all the content …

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Creating a Display Form / Data View Web Part in SharePoint Online

I had a requirement to display a custom view for a list interface instead of the default list view in SharePoint online, I know couple of jQuery and css scripts which made life quite easier in these scenarios but still I have seen people asking how they can edit page using SharePoint Designer and how …

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Comparing SharePoint 2016 Boundaries and limitations with SharePoint 2013 & 2010

You can examine new improvements in boundaries and limitation whenever a new SharePoint version is coming which are helpful to figure out the best capacity planning for customers. In this blog post I am going to discussing improvements in boundaries and limitations for SharePoint 2016 and there comparison with earlier versions. From ignite and further …

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No More SharePoint Designer & No More SharePoint Foundation in SharePoint 2016

SharePoint Designer In SharePoint 2016, there will be No More SharePoint Designer, means no new version of SharePoint designer is coming to for new version of SharePoint but we can still use SharePoint Designer 2013 with SharePoint Server 2016. Microsoft SharePoint Designer (SPD), formerly known as Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer, is a specialized HTML editor …

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Video: Latest updates on SharePoint 2016

The video contain details on what are the news features and updates of next on-premises versions of SharePoint also known as “SharePoint Server 2016“. [iframe src=”//channel9.msdn.com/Events/Ignite/2015/BRK2188/player” width=”960″ height=”540″ allowFullScreen frameBorder=”0″]

What’s new in SharePoint 2016 – Part 1

Bill Baer, Senior Technical Product Manager and MCM for SharePoint in SharePoint Product Group in Redmond, has shared the details on What’s New for IT Professionals in SharePoint Server 2016 in Microsoft Ignite on Wednesday, 06 May, 2015. SharePoint 2016 build version 16.0.4021.1201 has been shown in Ignite. In Ignite Bill Baer has discussed what …

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SharePoint: User Permissions detail report for a Web Application

Overview: A site administrator can easily verify and check user permissions from site settings page, steps are quite simple: Go to Site Settings –> Site Permissions –> Click on Check Permissions Button and enter user name, this will list the user rights for a single user. But what if it is required to list access …

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