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You can use CheckOut as below foreach ($file in $files) { $file.CheckOut() $stream = $file.OpenRead() $done = $list.RootFolder.SubFolders["Hertel"].Files.Add($file.Name, $stream, $true) Write-Host $done.Name "Uploaded" -BackgroundColor Green }


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When prompted for credentials user should provide full Domain/Username and Password. Assuming Windows PPTP VPN connection. In the DNS section of the VPN connection settings, you should be able to define a DNS suffix to the connection. Make this your local domain. (domain.local) Register the connection and use the connections DNS suffix in DNS ...


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You can update the user using PowerShell without having to hit the database. You can also use some server side C# code. Personally, I prefer to use PowerShell because it's relatively quick and painless. Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell $site = Get-SPSite http://example.com $web = $site.RootWeb $user = $web.SiteUsers.GetByEmail("usr@example.com") ...


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Datasheet views don't support Web Part Connections and instead of ignoring them, unfortunately they just fail to display. In order to make this work you should create and view and then use DataSheet view for editing.


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You can add lookup columns to Site Collection parent site and have it reflect as lookup within child sites by creating the site column as lookup. But cross site collection, it is not possible OOTB. There are 3rd party solutions available if you search for "Sharepoint 2007 Cross Site lookup".


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For SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint Online 2013 wave, web.Properties is not available anymore and web.AllProperties does not have an Update() method. Even more, simply setting properties and updating the web does not work. I've come to this solution: http://www.ideacity.ro/how-to-edit-the-group-quick-launch-in-sharepoint-2013-and-sharepoint-online/


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In terms of iterating through all sites, in your site collection, and outputting the workflows associated, you can do the following powershell script. $site = Get-SPSite("your-site-url"); $site.AllWebs | foreach { $_.Lists | foreach { $_.WorkflowAssociations | foreach { write-host "Site:" $_.ParentWeb.Url ", List:" $_.ParentList.Title ", Workflow:" ...


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You have multiple options with different complexity: Use CEWS or the advanced version, see: (http://blogs.msdn.com/b/richard_dizeregas_blog/archive/2013/06/19/advanced-content-enrichment-in-sharepoint-2013-search.aspx) Create a custom connector Use your solution to first get the items url based on any property - that can be very generic - and then exclude ...


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If you can use the SharePoint designer tool, it will allow you to view all the workflows. Then you will be able to easily edit your workflow depend on your need. Some workflows in sharepoint 2007 will not be able to see/edit from the browser.


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If you get an error adding SharePoint DLL which states Could not load file or assembly 'microsoft.sharepoint, Version=12.0.0.0 you can try using this script instead [Void][System.Reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName("Microsoft.SharePoint") and you can continue exporting the WSP from your 2007 environment $farm = ...


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SnapShot recovery not supported for the SharePoint because their are many things which are time sensitive align with Config db, which upset with snapshot recovery. You should read the below blogpart 1 and 2, which explain the why it is not good idea. Another thing, you dont have the backup at the same time which again cause many problems. SharePoint vs. ...


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I've done some testing and here are my results: If you remove the default "Completed" option and re-add it, it will still trigger. If you remove the default "Completed" option and re-add it as "cOmPleTed", it will still trigger.


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Move current Web app to our NEW SharePoint server (the same version 2007 with current server) to prepare for upgrade process? Yes! If you have created a backup and restored the entire farm with its service applications, you are on your way to backup restore and restore web applications. See Back up and restore Web applications by using built-in tools ...


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There is probably a site column that was added to the very root "Item" content type. You can drill down to that content type if you look at each parent. You should see the field in the "Item" content type or similar.


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Another alternative that may be worth exploring is to use SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS). There's package on Codeplex that integrates SharePoint with SQL Server for data integration. See here for more details - Accessing SharePoint Lists with SQL Server Integration Services SSIS 2005 Extracting and Loading SharePoint Data in SQL Server Integration ...


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Unfortunately, WSS 3.0 / MOSS 2007 does not support REST. You should use the "classic" web service (SOAP) approach via the UpdateListItems method of the Lists web service.


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I have found out the issue, where the dcctheme.dll is missing from the GAC assembly. On one of the server I was able to create the sites, hence I searched for the .dll in the assembly and simply copied it over to the assembly of other servers and BOOM it all started working.



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