Category Archives: Sharepoint

Deleting specific files from Sharepoint on-premises library

Starting from this request, bellow you will find the script needed to try 2 option The first one , the Powershell script will read the csv file and for each entry, fill parse the SharePoint library for the file The … Continue reading

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Backup site collections from a .csv file using Powershell

Assuming that you have a .csv file which contains a list of site collections in this format URL,path http://site1,path1 http://urlpath/site2,path2 the line you need to backup them is this one: Import–Csv yourfile.csv | ForEach-Object { Backup-SPSite $_.URL -Path $_.path -force} … Continue reading

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Validation item in Sharepoint

…this post was published on 2017 March 03. How we can force users to fill a secondary line text if another column ( yes/no ) is checked as Yes Suppose that , the Yes/No column with the name yesno, and as single line text column … Continue reading

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Download specified doc version from Sharepoint 2010 library

…this post was published on 2017 January 17. using Powershell, could be a challenge. Why? First you need to use version 2 , and if you already have other greater version installed on the machine you are forced to use only the … Continue reading

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Powershell DSC and Sharepoint standalone installation

…this post was published on 2017 January 11. Let’s take the next step, to install Sharepoint on the target machine. First, one remark. What about GUI versus command line setup process? If you preffer the <<click>> method, you will click clik, for … Continue reading

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Powershell DSC to install Sharepoint 2013 Prerequisites in Windows 2012 R2 Server

…this post was published on 2016 December 28. If you would like to install with zero ​touch on a target machine with 2012 R2 OS the prerequisites for Sharepoint server you can do it First of all you need to setup  the … Continue reading

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Sharepoint 2013 Licensing – Volume Licensing

…this post was published on 2016 July 24. Let’s talk today about licensing, and in praticular about Sharepoint Licensing. Based on business size, MS offer multiple Volume Licensing programs ​​ For Small business – fewer than 250 licenses For Midsize and large … Continue reading

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Create a site using an existing template with Powershell

  …this post was published on 2016 July 5. starting from this post, let’s try to script few lines to create a site from an existing template. First , you should launch Sharepoint Powershell Modele in your environment Add-PSSnapin microsoft.sharepoint.powershell For an … Continue reading

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Empty DateTime Field in Calculated Column

  …this post was published on 2016 May 17. You need to check and maybe to use later if a Datetime field is empty or not? Event it is empty, that doesn’t mean that no value is there. The value stored inside is:30.12.1899 In … Continue reading

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Dynamic Filtered Views

  …this post was published on 2016 March 31. You need to show items in a list , filtered by specific value? And of course you don’t want to create a specific view for that value? You can use a generic URL … Continue reading

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