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Progressive Solution Installation Package using Nuget (part-1)

English It is rare that in real-life project that we only deliver 1 SharePoint Solution using WSP in the installation package of our solution. Even in very simple case, the installation package must contain at least Release Notes, Installation Guide which is not part of WSP. In more complex case, the installation package must also contains scripts, batch file, reporting services files, windows service installation and many more. Yes, we can create custom MSI and put all of those items together in the installation package as our ancient did.

Progressive Solution Installation Package using Nuget (part-1)

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SharePoint 2013 : PowerShell for SharePoint Command Builder

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SharePoint 2013 : PowerShell for SharePoint Command Builder

den alwie - Mar 4, 2013mohon bisa meng downloud

SharePoint 2013 : PowerShell for SharePoint Command Builder

English There are more than 300 SharePoint PowerShell cmdlets and its growing and changing from time-to-time. How administrator or developer will be able to remember all of those cmdlets? The answer : Using HELP (get-help) if you have access to PowerShell console and Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell snap-in ; PowerShell for SharePoint Command Builder (http://bit.ly/16masoE). The PowerShell for SharePoint Command Builder is a powerfull dictionary tools - build using Silverlight that lists all SharePoint's PowerShell cmdlets.

SharePoint 2013 : PowerShell for SharePoint Command Builder

English There are more than 300 SharePoint PowerShell cmdlets and its growing and changing from time-to-time. How administrator or developer will be able to remember all of those cmdlets? The answer : Using HELP (get-help) if you have access to PowerShell console and Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell snap-in ; PowerShell for SharePoint Command Builder (http://bit.ly/16masoE). The PowerShell for SharePoint Command Builder is a powerfull dictionary tools - build using Silverlight that lists all SharePoint's PowerShell cmdlets.

SharePoint 2010: How to support IE6.0 to access MySite

English: Imagine that you are delivering a project using MySite functionality in SharePoint 2010. But most of your clients are still using IE6 on their computer, so that you have to provide IE6 compatibility support. Without IE6 compatibility, client will receive a warning to upgrade their browser, and ugly MySite page. So, how can we provide IE6 support to MySite? The answer is to downgrade MySite host and personal site to UIVersion = 3.

SharePoint 2010: How to support IE6.0 to access MySite

English: Imagine that you are delivering a project using MySite functionality in SharePoint 2010. But most of your clients are still using IE6 on their computer, so that you have to provide IE6 compatibility support. Without IE6 compatibility, client will receive a warning to upgrade their browser, and ugly MySite page. So, how can we provide IE6 support to MySite? The answer is to downgrade MySite host and personal site to UIVersion = 3.

SharePoint 2010: RemoteStsAdm PowerShell Module is available via NuGet

English: Few month ago I have introduced RemoteStsAdm, a PowerShell module that enable you to execute StsAdm.exe remotely. StsAdm.exe is a command line administration tools for SharePoint. Unfortunately to run StsAdm, one must log-in to SharePoint server member – since the tool can not be executed remotely. RemoteStsAdm is to answer this problem, allowing admin to execute StsAdm remotely. You can download the source code from MSDN Galery here or read the original article in previous post here.

SharePoint 2010: RemoteStsAdm PowerShell Module is available via NuGet

English: Few month ago I have introduced RemoteStsAdm, a PowerShell module that enable you to execute StsAdm.exe remotely. StsAdm.exe is a command line administration tools for SharePoint. Unfortunately to run StsAdm, one must log-in to SharePoint server member – since the tool can not be executed remotely. RemoteStsAdm is to answer this problem, allowing admin to execute StsAdm remotely. You can download the source code from MSDN Galery here or read the original article in previous post here.