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Depends on how large the sites will get, if it's just for a few documents you could create a new subsite to keep the two departments separate. However if the amount of documents could become so large so it would go beyond the listviewthreshold i would create a new site collection. That said I think using a new subsite will be the easiest sollution.


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Well, I didn't notice a parameter which was the key to achieve this: -GradualDelete. So, knowing this, Remove-SPSite -Identity "https://host/site" -GradualDelete does the trick and the site appears at Get-SPDeletedSite. Thanks everyone for your time and answers.


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Remove-SPSite will delete the site collection in put in Central Admin Recyebin Which is accessible via powershell. All deleted Sites will sit their for 30 days and you can recover it. To get the deleted Sit you have to run the Get-Spdeletedsite, if you know the site collection name then you have give it as a parameter. i.e Get-SPDeletedSite '/Site/cat*' ...


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This has more to do with the differences between sites and site collections. Site Collections do not go the the site collection recycle bin. That would be impossible since you cannot put a site into its own recycle bin. There is what is known as "Deleted sites", if that is what you are looking for, please see here.


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Otherwise, you can add a HTML form web part on your home page and edit the source to look like <script>window.open(...)</script> See window.open documentation for details.


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To achieve that in a supportable way you need to add a javascript CustomAction to your Web's UserCustomActions property. Pop-up can be implemented by using either the standard javascript window.open() or SharePoint's SP.UI.ModalDialog. See, for example: http://github.com/OfficeDev/PnP How to use SP.UI.ModalDialog.showWaitScreenWithNoClose to display ...


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It can be done but the best would be to keep the Top Navigation the same across your entire site and have left/quick navigation site specific. Customising both would be done by branding your site. Read the below articles: Global Navigation Quicklaunch


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yes it is possible we can create new groups at sub site level only, Following is the link where they have created sites as well as groups programatically, http://sharepointlive.blogspot.in/2009/06/how-to-create-create-new-sharepoint.html


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A Site Collection in SharePoint is basically a collection of SharePoint sites that share common features like Content types, Templates, Site columns, permissions, Web Parts etc. Separate Site Collections Unique set of users and permissions Unique and separated content databases are possible, which allow for multiple large (200GB+) sites Unique set of ...


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Maybe you're site is still listed as a SPDeletedSite? Get-SPDeletedSite & Remove-SPDeletedSite You may already have used this site name before and deleted it. Check by running the following script: >Get-SPDeletedSite You'll see the site (or sites) listed, like this: WebApplicationId : 009c1289-392b-43a6-8222-146117074738 DatabaseId : ...


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Publishing feature needs to enabled then only the master page will get inherited. You can document this so users follows the correct procedure.


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If you had ever turned had publishing feature turned on, the save as site template link will not come back. You can try to use import/export to export the site, and import into a site that has never had publishing turned on, and then use save as site template from that. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2492356


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Try this var siteUrl = '/mysite'; var clientContext = new SP.ClientContext(siteUrl); this.collGroup = clientContext.get_web().get_siteGroups(); clientContext.load(collGroup); clientContext.executeQueryAsync(Function.createDelegate(this, this.onQuerySucceeded), Function.createDelegate(this, this.onQueryFailed)); function onQuerySucceeded() { var ...


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In the code, you have just loaded the web and the sitegroups which do not actually have any information. Unless the request is sent to the server, you wont be able to get the groups information that you are iterating on. You will have to execute context.executeQueryAsync(onSuccess,onFailure) in order to get the group collection information and then get ...


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Create a Content Type then create a set of columns for the Content Type that describes your Project content type. Then create your list using the content type and populate it. In search only search for ContentType:MyProject and you will get your result. I do this for Site Directory info all the time.



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