Author Archives: cakriwut

What’s new in SharePoint admin center preview

For SharePoint online’s administrator, the quickest way to open SPO admin site is by typing directly the url in following format https://{tenant-name} example, my tenant name is Libinuko, then the admin site is If you login to SPO admin today, you will see a link to “Try the new SharePoint admin center preview” on… Read More »

PSGallery – SharePoint.Password.Manager

SharePoint Server farm relies on may services account, especially if you deployed the farm using recommended services account for least privileges settings. Some of the deployment may exclude the service accounts from periodical password change, however many organization do not allow such exclusion. The service accounts must change the password every certain period of time… Read More »

Improvement for Project Server 2016 in SharePoint update February 2018

This months, Microsoft release KB4011680 (  This updates bring some improvement for Project Server 2016 that has been long waiting for me.  Previously, in my Project Server 2016 instance I can not export Capacity Planning view to excel, this update fixes the issue. Issue (before this update) Login to Project Web App site instance Click… Read More »

Securing SharePoint Site using Azure App Service

Building application firewall for SharePoint site will never been so easy. With Azure App Service we can quickly create public facing application firewall using IIS Application Request Routing and protect SharePoint web site in internal network. In this scenario, you will : Create Azure App Service to serve as Reverse Proxy Register custom domain in… Read More »

PSGallery – VsoReleaseManagerClient

Using CI/CD pipeline in Visual Studio Online or Team Foundation Server, we can build and release our code easily to target server. However there is requirement that the target server must be prepared for remote deployment from the Agent server or we must install Agent inside the server. For many organizations, this requirement can be… Read More »

SharePoint – How to prevent cross-site request forgery

Cross site forgery is also known as one-click attack or session riding and abbreviated as CSRF or XSRF (see Wikipedia – It is outlined in one of OWASP Top 10 security high vulnerability checklist – hence every developer must be aware of how to prevent this attack from their code. If you browse to SharePoint… Read More »

PSGallery – SharePoint batch DeleteListItems

One day I have a requirement to provide list item purging from SharePoint. Deleting small list item may not be a problem, however deleting huge items from a list will impact the whole SharePoint farm performance during the operation. The issue is caused by the locking mechanism that occurs during the delete operation. Additionally the… Read More »