Boundaries, thresholds and supported limits In SharePoint Server 2010, there are certain limits that are by design and cannot be exceeded, and other limits that are set to default values that may be changed by the farm administrator. There are also certain limits that are not represented by a configurable value, such as the number […]
Updates: Do you want to create charts in SharePoint in seconds? Try our new released web part – SharePoint Business Charts! Business Charts provides an easy way for you to create charts directly in SharePoint list without help from an IT. Charts are one of the one of most common things to do while working […]
This SharePoint feature provides storage and mapping of credentials such as account and password so that you do not need to login again when you access portal site-based applications such as Custom Relations Management (CRM) system. Its configuration includes the following five parts: Enable the Service on the SharePoint Server Manage Server Settings Manage Encryption […]
This Learning Note documents an example of using Windows PowerShell to export a site, list, or document library manually. Preparations: 1. Run Windows PowerShell as Administrator. 2. Before you begin, create a folder on the local computer or the network to store the backups. Actions: 1. On the Start menu, click All Programs.
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption protects confidential or personal information sent between a client and a server. When SSL is enabled, remote clients access your site by using URLs that start with https://. In this learning note, I documented the configuration steps, which will enable SSL for a URL so that the Web address will […]
Sharepoint Calendar Rollup, an add-on that gives users the ability to collect multiple calendars into one. To maximize work efficiency, one must set up a tight yet realistic work schedule.?Preferably one would need a scheduler that enables one to gather everything that needs to be done in a simple way in one single place. The […]
If a developer wants to do something in AD, getting/ modifying AD attributes are common operations. Instead of checking attributes of AD object through coding, Active Directory provides an advanced feature “Attribute Editor” for developers to check them. 1. Open Active Directory Users and Computers and select “Advanced Features“ under “View” tab.