After spending some time finding a supposedly deleted file in the SharePoint Recycle bin, I finally found out that the file was not deleted in the first place: it was just checked out!
Most SharePoint users want to have a list of all SharePoint sites they have permissions to access. This post describes how to achieve that without any programming, just configuration tasks.
There are several comdlets in the PowerShell module failoverclusters, but I have not found one that actually shuts the VM down.
The following PowerShell scripts enumerate all SharePoint 2010 and 2013 Workflows in your environment.
Configure Windows Service Recovery Options from Command-Line with the Service Control Manager tool SC.exe
If videos cannot be uploaded to SharePoint and you get a System.ArgumentException with invalid field name, you might want to check if the Site Collection feature “Video and Rich Media” is enabled on your site.
This is a a great way to individualize your solutions using favicon within K2 SmartForms even more.
When K2 logging is enabled, logfiles in the format HostServerYYMMDD_NN.log will be created in the following folder: C:\Program Files (x86)\K2 blackpearl\Host Server\Bin This post describes how to automatically delete old K2 Hostserver logfiles using...