Import Info Path form to the SharePoint Online

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How to Export and then Import Info Path form in SharePoint Online? While I was working with the project for one of my client. I got a requirement to make Info Path form work with the SharePoint Online. As you all may know that Info Path forms are bit tricky unless you have good understanding […]

Comparison between SharePoint Hosted and Provider Hosted App

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During my sessions related to the share point I asked the students to define the difference between SharePoint Hosted App and Provider Hosted app. They provide some fundamental differences but no one is able to give proper answer. So here I am providing a list of differences from the user/client perspective so that you can […]

Microsoft Azure – Automate Creating, Developing and Deploying Azure Websites

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Microsoft Azure is a quick and easy way to create and deploy Web sites or APIs for your cloud consumers. Much has been written on different aspects of Azure Websites, including security, deployment and so on. It’s always a challenge to bring this information into a real-life implementation. In this article, I’ve pulled together these […]

Is it necessary to check out a document in SharePoint ?

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Is it necessary to check out a document in SharePoint ? As you man know, there is a concept of Co-authoring in SharePoint. It allows multiple users to work on the same document simultaneously. The concept of check-in/check-out is a total opposite of co-authoring. In this post, I would like to explain what it is […]

SPFX: Guide to avoid Common mistakes and pitfalls

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While many organizations start working with the SharePoint Framework, they stumble upon many questions ranging from tooling to good practices. To help you get started and avoid common pitfalls, Microsoft put up a guide at Link : Team-based development on the SharePoint Framework It’s a must-read for all organizations and don’t hesitate to reach out if […]

What’s New in SharePoint 2016

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1) Hybrid Microsoft has worked hard to bridge the gap between SharePoint Online and SharePoint On-Premises. Some businesses trust the cloud, while others, for privacy concerns, would rather keep their data on-premises, since they can’t always trust servers to host all their sensitive information. SharePoint 2016 offers a hybrid feature that allows for the storage […]

Windows 10 Hyper-V Property “MaxInternalSize” does not exist in class “Msvm_VirtualHardDiskSettingData”

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Be sure you have a good backup before trying any of these steps. They worked for me and the problem I was experiencing – DO NOT use these instructions for any problems other than the one described here. If you mounted one of your VM’s VHDs and then, after un-mounting it, tried to start it […]

You cannot start the SharePoint 2010 Administration Service service

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To work around this problem, configure the computer so that the network does not retrieve trusted and untrusted CTLs. To do this, use one of the following methods: Method 1  Validate that boundary firewalls, router access rules, and downstream proxy servers enable systems that have update 2677070 installed to contact Microsoft Update. For more information about […]

No “Solutions” Gallery or other “Web Designer Galleries” under Sharepoint Online “Site Settings”

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No “Solutions” Gallery or other “Web Designer Galleries” under Sharepoint Online “Site Settings” Assume following situation: you buy an Enterprise or Business Office 365 Plan; you want to use some custom Sharepoint Site Template (your own or 3-rd party); you have a Web Solution Package file (.wsp) you want to use; you try to use Microsoft Office support manual to Upload the site template to […]

Top 10 SharePoint 2010 Configuration Mistakes — and How to Fix Them

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Microsoft SharePoint 2010 is a complicated beast, with more knobs and levels than you can shake a stick at. It’s no wonder we get some of them wrong from time to time. Over the past year and a half of installing SharePoint 2010, I’ve seen quite a few configuration mistakes, mostly at my own hands. […]