Know the Importance of SQL Server Integrity Check

Do you have an environment having multiple databases on the individual server? Unfortunately, all of a sudden the integrity check failed on any of your databases? Do you want to know the process to overcome such circumstance on the basis of the priority level? In this write-up, we will focus exclusively on the best practices …

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Add/Remove Administrative Access on a Site Collection

There are three ways to change the administrative access for a site collection. Go to SharePoint Site Collection settings and click on Site Collection Administrators link under Users and Permissions. On this screen you can add/remove a user for assigning or removing site collection administrative access for a user. You can also follow this step …

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SharePoint Post Migration Comparison Report to Verify Migrated content using PowerShell

Being involved in migrations for past couple of years, one of the pain area is to verify the migrated content. There are some amazing migration tools like Sharegate, Metalogix, AvePoint and they provide some very useful reports to verify the content but still I haven’t seen a report which can compare the migrated content in …

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Major differences between SharePoint Server 2016 and SharePoint Server 2019

Microsoft is working on cloud first approach which means that the SharePoint Server 2019 will have all the SharePoint online features. SharePoint online supports both Modern and Classic UI, where modern experience is shared on SharePoint server 2019 and classic ui experience is shared on SharePoint Server 2016. Below is a list of difference between …

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Adding a Column to list Index using PowerShell and UI

Adding a column to a SharePoint list is pretty simple job, you need Edit permission on the list to update the list column index and also item count in list must be less than 20000 as you can not add a field to list index if item count is over 20K. You can add upto …

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