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I focus on SharePoint development and integration. Some of my most recent efforts have been centered around search integration, O365 Hybrid environments, and SharePoint apps within SharePoint online.


Sep
26
comment SP.UI.Status anonymously inaccessible
Thanks for the answer. This one was killing me.
Sep
11
awarded  Notable Question
Aug
22
comment How do I fix a degraded SharePoint 2013 index partition when there is only one of them?
Thanks for the answer. I'll look into this next time I have the problem.
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
30
comment How do I fix a degraded SharePoint 2013 index partition when there is only one of them?
I failed to update my answer, but I'm pretty sure I "solved" this by re-creating the SSA. Not a good answer in most situations, and a little painful, but it worked for me.
Jun
30
comment How do I fix a degraded SharePoint 2013 index partition when there is only one of them?
Index reset and full crawl is what did not work for me.
Jun
30
comment How do I fix a degraded SharePoint 2013 index partition when there is only one of them?
I just noticed this answer, Matt. It has been awhile now, but I'm pretty sure I did, in fact, re-create the SSA. I hesitate to say this is the correct answer because if faced with this situation again I may not have the luxury of re-creating the SSA.
Jun
11
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
10
awarded  Necromancer
Jun
10
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
16
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
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awarded  Revival
Feb
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awarded  Revival
Jan
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revised How do I fix a degraded SharePoint 2013 index partition when there is only one of them?
added update that remove the firewall port as a likely option
Jan
24
asked How do I fix a degraded SharePoint 2013 index partition when there is only one of them?
Dec
9
comment What does a server resource quota of 0 mean?
@Robert, thanks for trying. FWIW, if I had 3 more licensed users the math would work out for me. I may have added wrong (had to add up all the used resource quota values from each site collection, so maybe I made a mistake). I'll create a support request and see if it gets answered that way. I'll report back here if I learn anything else.
Dec
9
comment What does a server resource quota of 0 mean?
@Robert, do you have a link that describes the (#seats*200)+300 calculation? I can see the storage base calculation at office.microsoft.com/en-us/…, but not a resource quota calculation for the tenant.
Nov
19
comment How do I set the default search results page for a search center in SharePoint 2013 and/or SharePoint Online?
I renamed results.aspx to resultsprimary.aspx and renamed my custom page to Results.aspx. This worked well. The only thing that isn't perfect is that it still appears to require configuration for each site collection if you want the searches within them to automatically go directly to the search center instead of giving the user the option of going to the search center (by choosing Everything from the drop down). I guess I'll have to live with this.
Nov
19
comment How do I set the default search results page for a search center in SharePoint 2013 and/or SharePoint Online?
I assume you mean change the Results.aspx page into a redirect page since the problem is the entry point appears to be Results.aspx with no way to change this (without touching every site collection). My custom page is essentially a smart redirect page so I'll see if I can rename it to Results.aspx and see what happens.
Nov
19
comment How do I set the default search results page for a search center in SharePoint 2013 and/or SharePoint Online?
Thanks, John. Not the answer I wanted to hear, but hopefully a simple rename of files will do the trick. My default page that will be renamed to Results.aspx is not a web part page, but a totally custom ASPX page that just does some client side redirection based on some information it gathers. Hopefully being a different type of ASPX page is not an issue.