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Sharepoint Solution Architect in ProActive. Situated in Århus Denmark


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
Feb
21
comment Content database size vs site collection size
Do you have any references to support this? Audit data is first stored temporarily in a usage file, then later in the logging database. No version specified here so might be different in older releases, but cant see how this would affect the content database, or am I misunderstanding something? :-)
Feb
16
answered What has changed that the security scope limit for SharePoint 2010 is no longer 1000?
Feb
16
comment What has changed that the security scope limit for SharePoint 2010 is no longer 1000?
The article you link to in your first comment, is the one he links to in the beginning of his post ;)
Feb
6
comment Which of the foll. powershell script is correct way to install a timer job into SharePoint?
Yep that is correct. Solutions can only have Farm and WebApplication scope. Features can have Farm, WebApplication, Site and Web scope
Feb
6
revised Which of the foll. powershell script is correct way to install a timer job into SharePoint?
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Feb
6
answered Which of the foll. powershell script is correct way to install a timer job into SharePoint?
Feb
5
comment Get if user has permissions to access to a Cloud App for Sharepoint 2013 with JavaScript CSOM or Rest Api
Hiding an element from the user is not the same as disabling that the user can do it. Since the user still has permissions to do this, if he knows the right link, you merely made it a little harder to circumvent. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Security_through_obscurity
Feb
5
comment Get if user has permissions to access to a Cloud App for Sharepoint 2013 with JavaScript CSOM or Rest Api
Well this contradicts what Kirk Evans have elaborated on the mechanics behind what happens (in SP2013 also) when you add an ACL to a group in SharePoint. Setting the permission triggers a full crawl blogs.msdn.com/b/kaevans/archive/2013/05/06/… will have to ping him or Neil to hear whats what :)
Feb
5
comment Get if user has permissions to access to a Cloud App for Sharepoint 2013 with JavaScript CSOM or Rest Api
Groups is definately not something I recommend using if it can be avoided for other than very general permissions that "never" change. All ACL changes on SharePoint groups causes a full reindex in the site!
Feb
4
comment Get if user has permissions to access to a Cloud App for Sharepoint 2013 with JavaScript CSOM or Rest Api
I think that hack can be categorized as "security by obscurity" :)
Feb
4
comment Get if user has permissions to access to a Cloud App for Sharepoint 2013 with JavaScript CSOM or Rest Api
well edit it then ;)
Feb
4
revised Get if user has permissions to access to a Cloud App for Sharepoint 2013 with JavaScript CSOM or Rest Api
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Feb
3
answered Improve Crawl rate
Feb
3
answered Get if user has permissions to access to a Cloud App for Sharepoint 2013 with JavaScript CSOM or Rest Api
Feb
3
answered Upload user profile images from desktop to sharepoint using a windows service
Jan
24
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