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Sharepoint Solution Architect in ProActive. Situated in Århus Denmark


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awarded  powershell
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Explainer
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awarded  Custodian
Jul
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reviewed Reviewed Editing emails in a Template
Jul
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comment Editing emails in a Template
please add more detail to this question. It is not easy to understand what you need to accomplish here...
Jul
7
reviewed No Action Needed Deploy Multiple Content Types
Jul
7
comment Sharepoint 2010 powershell add-spsolution access denied
local administrator means that you need to add the user to the "administrators" group on each of the servers in the farm, not domain administrator!
Jul
7
comment Application Pool is auto stopped when browse web application in IIS7
you should never set this through IIS. Use Central Administration > Security > Service Accounts to set accounts for services!
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awarded  Curious
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reviewed Approve SP1 says “the expected version of the product was not found on the system.”
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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Popular Question
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comment Site Collection second-level
Just remember that you have a supported limit of 20 Managed Paths per web application (for Path Named Site Collections) and 20 Managed Paths per farm (for Host Named Site Collections)
Apr
15
comment Test-SPContentDatabase doesn't return information
A more PowerShell'is what of doing this would be to use Test-SPContentDatabase -Name $DbName -WebApplication $urlApp | Out-File c:\TestResult.txt
Apr
10
comment Get name of Farm account using Powershell
Another more "powershell'is" way to find CA Get-SPWebApplication -IncludeCentralAdministration | ? IsAdministrationWebApplication
Apr
3
comment Powershell to deploy wsp scoped at web application
Always deploy the same way in test and prod #JustSayin :)
Mar
27
answered Error creating SPSite using powershell