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You need to get the activated features by the AdministrationService Powershell : [Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.SPWebService]::AdministrationService.Features C# : Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.SPWebService.AdministrationService.Features


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this MS developer blog by Joe Rodgers helped us with: Get-SPWeb http://sharepoint2010/subsite | % { $results = @() Get-SPFeature -Web $_ -Limit All | % { $feature = $_; $featuresDefn = (Get-SPFarm).FeatureDefinitions[$_.ID]; $cc = [System.Globalization.CultureInfo]::CurrentCulture; $obj = New-Object PSObject; ...


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As per msdn The Get-SPFeature cmdlet behaves differently at each scope, returning the enabled Features at each level. If no scope is provided, all installed Features are returned That means below command will return only active list of features Get-SPFeature -Farm Here is another snippet that gives the same result $siteFeatures = Get-SPFeature | ...


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To my surprise this worked for me: stsadm -o uninstallfeature -id <id-of-feature-missing> -force Found in this blog post Sharing Minds - by Anthony Butcher


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SPSite siteCollection = properties.Feature.Parent as SPSite; if (siteCollection != null) { SPWeb topLevelSite = siteCollection.RootWeb; string webAppRelativePath = GetRelativePathToSite(topLevelSite); // Enumerate through each site and apply branding. foreach (SPWeb site in siteCollection....


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Features that are, and are not part of the Feature Packs has yet to be publically released. That said, I would suggest exploring Software Assurance if you're able to.


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There are many options to do it. Like SharePoint Designer Workflow Remote Event recievers JavaScript For your requirement follow the steps below, Step 1: Set Up the Visual Studio 2010 Project for the ECB Menu Item Solution Step 2: Create the Edit Control Block Menu Item Step 3: Create a Web Application Page to Start Conversions Step 4: Embed the code ...



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