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Site performance shouldn't really be affected by the size of the documents on document libraries. It's not like SharePoint reads all documents when user accesses the site (unless you have some "latest X documents Content Query Web Part on the front page crawling all doclibs). Obviously you need to pay attention to how documents are browsed - so having list ...


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Here's one solution, using numbers: =Date + IF(Hour="12 AM",0, IF(Hour="12 PM",12, (LEFT(Hour,2)+IF(RIGHT(Hour,2)="PM",12,0))) / 24 ) + (Minute/60/24) And another just processing text: =TEXT(Date,"mm/dd/yyyy") & " " & LEFT(Hour,2) & ":" & Minute & " " & RIGHT(Hour,2) The second is probably the best choice, ...


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It's a variant of url encoding, specific to SharePoint, and it's been maddening SharePoint developers for years. It's generated by SharePoint when columns are created in the UI with spaces in their names. SharePoint field internal names cannot have spaces. There's a workaround for this. It won't help for columns that already exist but when creating columns, ...


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The following example for your reference. 1.Create a custom list, add text field "GUID". 2.Add the code below into script editor web part in new form page. <script src="https://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.12.4.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> $(function (){ var fieldTitle="GUID"; $("input[...


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No free or foundation version of the SharePoint server 2019. Only aviable option is use the trail version of SharePoint 2019 standard or enterprise. You need a server OS in order to install it or you can use the Azure template as other mentioned. You can download the bits of SharePoint Server 2019 from here.


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Not a free version, but a trial version in Azure. See: https://azuremarketplace.microsoft.com/en-us/marketplace/apps/Microsoft.SharePointServer2019Trial?tab=Overview


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The SharePoint Farm Account should have access to the sharepoint content. Unless you restrict the user in web application user policy(it's not recommended), you cannot limit this account.


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You canset "Item-Level-Permissions" to Users can Read and Edit only their own items. However, using that, only the item owner can access this item even if the user is a site collection administrator. To achieve your requirement, you need to configure unique permissions for each item. Break the permission inheritance and remove all permissions from users, ...


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You can download SharePoint Designer for free but you need a SharePoint server or SharePoint Online (classic sites) to work with.


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Basic syntax for IF statement in calculated formula is: IF(logical_test,value_if_true,value_if_false) So, try to write down your formula in above format. Note: Sometimes comma(,) does not work in formula (I am not sure but it is based on something language on your site). So in that case use semicolon(;) instead of comma(,). For detailed information and ...


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First of all let me point you to this blog https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/stefan_gossner/ (on the right hand side you will get a lot of usefull resources re. patching process for SP) Yes it is possible if your windows update is set to update as well other Microsoft product. In that case patches for SP may be delivered along with OS patches. Yes ...


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The following PowerShell with CSOM for your reference. Add-Type -Path "C:\Program Files\Common Files\microsoft shared\Web Server Extensions\15\ISAPI\Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.dll" Add-Type -Path "C:\Program Files\Common Files\microsoft shared\Web Server Extensions\15\ISAPI\Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Runtime.dll" $siteURL = "http://sp2013/sites/team" ...


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You need to disable certificate revocation list (CRL check) on your SharePoint Servers. Here is shown how you can achieve this.


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It is very easy to restart timer service. The 1st way restart-service sptimerv4 The 2nd way net stop SPTIMERV4 net start SPTIMERV4 Also you can check status of the service and start service only if service is stopped. $ServiceName = 'sptimerv4' $arrService = Get-Service -Name $ServiceName while ($arrService.Status -ne 'Running') { Start-Service $...


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Change Alternate Access Mappings in Central Administration Check if the hostname is used in IIS-Binding Change Search Content Sources and perform FullCrawl Check & maybe change MySite Host Location in UserProfileService


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Best way is you can participate in the developer program of Office 365 . See Join the Microsoft Office 365 Developer Program. Additionally, If you have MSDN subscription then you will get lot of benefits. You can check those benefits here. If you are open for paid SharePoint Online plan then you can Compare SharePoint Online options.


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Did you enable anonymous access for the list? To access the page anonymously, you need to make sure the list also could be accessed for anonymous users.


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There are trial keys for evaluation for 180 days. So you can avoid the cost of the software. Deploy it on your own machine. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/evalcenter/evaluate-sharepoint-server-2013 Or you can sign up for Office 365 and deploy SP 2013 on Azure. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/office365/admin/subscriptions-and-billing/sign-up-for-office-...


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No, SQL Server 2016 is not supported with SharePoint 2013. As noted, maximum is SQL 2014 although that requires a baseline patch level (which you should have well exceeded by now given you're current on SharePoint patches).


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The easiest way to do this is using the powershell export-spweb command on the sub site you wish to move, and then import it , using import-spweb, at the url of the new site collection.


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You can try the input and output operations mentioned by Mangler but this requires the permissions of the site admin . Here is the guide source: Import and export: Stsadm operations And here are some tips you should note: 1.Make sure you have deployed the same features and customizations to the destination site. 2.Before you import the sites, please ...


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You will need to migrate your users from Classic to Claims. The easiest way to do this is with the Convert-SPWebApplication command in Powershell, or you can use the Move-SPUser command. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/upgrade-and-update/migrate-from-classic-mode-to-claims-based-authentication-in-sharepoint-2013


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You can use the PowerShell command to refresh all lists: $web = Get-SPWeb Server/ListLocation $lists = $web.Lists foreach ($list in $Lists) { foreach ($item in $list.Items) { $item.UpdateOverwriteVersion(); } } To run the script daily, I recommend you save the script as ".ps1" file and using Windows Task Scheduler to run the script file daily. How to: ...


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you can check if audit is activated , if activated, you can purge logs perhaps


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You can enable it via the web.config in IIS as shown in How to enable HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) in IIS7+. With that said, it may or may not break something -- 2016 and above are specifically tested with it.


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Common solutions: Add JavaScript to the View page(s) to add the calculated value. This works well in SP 2010, but these solutions do not migrate well to newer versions. There are a number of blog articles on how to do this. This will not work with Data Sheet views. If the list is relatively small, write a SPD workflow that triggers on item creation and ...


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You need to get the webs in the 2nd for-each loop. $wa = Get-SPWebApplication $webappurl foreach ($s in $wa.Sites) { $s.Url foreach($w in $s.AllWebs) { write-host "test =" $w.RequestAccessEmail } }


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Few things you could check is: Go to CA > Application Management > manage services on server. Make sure that User profile service and User Profile sync service is running. Application pool used by User Profile service Application in IIS.Make sure all are started The application pool account should be a domain user. Ensure if anyone has changed the ...


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The iFilter Shop sells and supports a variety of iFilters. If I recall correctly you will need to perform the installation and registration of the iFilter and then manually ensure that the Foundation SSA correctly registers the iFilter. In Server this is well documented, in Foundation, less so, though the folks at iFilterShop should be able to assist.


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The problem is that you can't really mix the list's 'item level security' and actual item level security, they don't play well together, because when you configure the lists 'item level security' it doesn't actually change the permissions of the item at all. I put 'item level security' in quotes, because the list settings for 'item level security' aren't ...


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