Here’s another blog post on how to create Host Named Site Collections. Here are a few reasons why you should use them over Path Based Site Collections Microsoft Recommends them as the preferred method to deploy sites in SharePoint 2013 … Read More
This is the powershell to disable MDS in all sites and sub-sites within a web application
$webApp = Get-SPWebApplication http://sp2010
$siteCollection =$webApp | Get-SPSite -limit all
foreach ($site in $siteCollection)
$webs = $site | Get-SPweb -limit all
foreach ($web in $webs)
$url = $web.URL
write-host "Web URL = " $url -foregroundcolor "blue"
Disable-SPFeature -Identity "87294c72-f260-42f3-a41b-981a2ffce37a" -url $url -Confirm:$False
All you need to do is edit the URL to your web application from http://sp2010 Cheers,
Some things to keep in mind: The account you run this with needs to be a member of either Local Administrators or Remote Desktop Users, and needs to be a member of SharePoint Shell admin access – assuming you want … Read More
App Management and Subscription Settings High-level steps: Create a forward lookup zone Create a web application (so that IIS will have an endpoint for that zone) Create a wildcard cert for secure communication Create a subscription settings service application (decide … Read More
PowerShell to create the host named site collection web application and top site This post is step 1 of two steps to get host named site collections off the ground in your SharePoint. In this script you need to edit … Read More
Script to create host named site collections This post is step 2. This script works great to create the HNSC after you have created the web application and top site with the script that I created on this other post. … Read More
This video builds the WFE Distributed Cache Minimum Role server using the AutoSPInstaller.
In this video we go over filling out the AutoSPInstaller, staging the bits on the SharePoint Application and Search Server, manually running the per-requisite installer, and finally creating the farm by running the AutoSPInstaller. The video is a little over … Read More
In this video I demonstrate installing SQL server 2016 and the configurations we make during that install. This video sort of builds off of part 1 and 2 in that the servers are created and the service accounts exist, etc. … Read More
In this video I demonstrate getting the dev environment able to be opened using RDP connections. Like all my videos, I show some common issues encountered and how to overcome those issues.
In this video, I demonstrate creating a domain, creating SharePoint service accounts, and overcoming a couple of common issues with joining a server to the newly created domain. the environment is based in hyper-V; but, you could do it in … Read More
Introduction This introduction will cover a few of the key concepts we use throughout the book. For example, mapping drives, pinning items to your start menu, turning off the User account control prompts in the home lab (not in production), … Read More
What you’re about to read, assuming you’re actually going to read the rest of this post, is also available on Amazon. Amazon has the Index of this book too! Reading the Index of a book is a great way to … Read More
Do you want to be able to connect into your home server from anywhere that you have an internet connection and from anyone’s PC? You’ll need admin rights on the PC so that you can create a VPN connection after … Read More
Here’s a sample from chapter4 of my new book, Troubleshooting SharePoint Path based site collections are easily identifiable by the slash that they have in front of the URL on the view all site collections page in Central Administration. Figure … Read More