Category Archives: Sharepoint 2013

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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Get the MAX value from columns

…this post was published on 2015 December 3. The issue is: how to calculate the  MAX for 4 adte columns and also compare with another << Today>> value column The complete post is this one For this, let me create a new … Continue reading

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Calculated Columns

Case 1 Used Columns: COL_TXT1, COL_NO1, COL_NO2 Calculated Column Formula: =IF(COL_TXT1=””;IF((COL_NO1+19)<=(COL_NO2+7);COL_NO2+7;COL_NO1+19);””) Explanation: If text column is blank show nothing, else based on number columns show a calculated value Example:  COL_NO1+19 =<COL_NO2+7 then COL_NO2+7 else COL_NO1+19 LINK SharePoint 2010: N/A SharePoint … Continue reading

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Managing Content Types for a list with Powershell

…this post was published on 2015 September 24. First i created a new content type – this time using GUI. The name for this new content type ( Type Item ) it is: Custom_Content1 It is a minimal item ( with default … Continue reading

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Sharepoint 2013 – Site Experience Version with Powershell

…this post was published on 2015 July 26. Starting from this old post, let’s  try to use Powershell to work with Site Experience and set it a default mandatory value at webapplication level. The WebApplication property is CompatibilityRange To change the … Continue reading

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Sharepoint 2013 Evaluating Choice Column value in calculated columns

…this post was published on 2015 July 14. Let’s consider the following scenario , started from this post on MS Forum platform << you need a calendar list with a column,  a numeric one : [ TrailerNumber], the second one as … Continue reading

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Sharepoint WebApplication and Powershell – Self Service Site Creation

…this post was published on 2015 July 13.   The default values are:

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Delete SharePoint empty site columns with Powershell Script

…this post was published on 2015 July 7. # Add SharePoint Snapin to PowerShell if((Get-PSSnapin | Where {$_.Name -eq “Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell”}) -eq $null) { Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell } $site = Get-SPSite(“http://shp2013-main/”) $str = (“My_column”) $lists = New-Object Collections.ArrayList $i = 0 cls foreach($web … Continue reading

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