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The SharePoint Farm The SharePoint Farm Journey to SharePoint Customisation / Migration / Upgrade Skip to content Home About SharePoint 2013 System.UriFormatException: Invalid URI: A port was expected because of there is a colon (‘:’) present but the port could not be parsed. This is due to inconsistency in the User Profile Service Application, mostly you can resolve this issue by restarting User Profile Synchronization Service, but sometimes you may have to re-provision UPS application. March 5, 2015March 5, 2015 SharePoint 2010 List of webparts on SharePoint 2013 I was searching for a list of webparts available on SharePoint 2013 in relation to my clients End user training. I couldn’t find the list anywhere. Here it is: Recommended Item Find by Document ID APPS Content and structure reports Documents Form Templates Images Pages Reusable Content Continue reading → October 9, 2014March 4, 2015 SharePoint 2013 customisations Complete list of SharePoint 2013 webparts list Restore deleted permissions on SharePoint without restoring database I am delighted to write this post as I have achieved and learned quite a lot in the process of resolving a permissions issue. I had a strange requirement for one of my clients about restoring users and permissions deleted on site and document library level. There is only way to get around the issue is to restore the whole database, unless you have any third party tool in place to take care of the situation just to restore permissions. But as users have recently uploaded several year end reports, created several folders with lots permissions inheritance broken, which they were not prepared to lose. So restoring DB is out of scope. I was stuck in a strange situation on what to do. My initial thoughts were to restore the DB from the day before on the test server and export and import list permissions using Garry Lapointe’s export and import commands. But the issue was on the new folders created on live DB, when I try to import list security, all users were removed on new folders created on live. Then the option was to merge both the exported XML from live and test to overcome this new folder issue and restore permissions back to how it was before. Let’s start on how to: 1. First download Liquid XML tool, which is a handy tool to do most of your work. 2. Restore DB on your test server (I will not be covering on how to restore DB on SQL Server) 3. Run blow commands on the library where you would like the permissions removed, on both test and live servers. Continue reading → May 20, 2014May 20, 2014 SharePoint 2007 Export and import list security on SharePoint, Restore deleted users on SharePoint, Retore permissions on Sharepoint SharePoint daily and weekly maintenance check list Daily tasks Performing Physical environmental Checks Performing and Monitoring Backups Checking Disk Usage Checking the Event Viewer Monitoring Server Performance Monitoring Network Performance Weekly tasks Archive Event Logs Check for Security Updates Review SLA Performance Figures Archive Data Environmental Tests Database Maintenance Monthly Tasks Security Checks Capacity Planning Disaster Recovery Test As needed Tasks Full Security Audit Update Performance Baselines SharePoint Health Analyze April 16, 2014May 20, 2014 SharePoint 2007, SharePoint 2010 SharePoint maintenance check list, SharePoint server maintenance SharePoint 2013 customisations using jquery and Power shell HIDE SUITE BAR BUTTONS / WELCOME MENU / SUITE BRANDING BOX use below jquery to hide any or all of the elements from the page. Simply add the code to content web part. $('#suiteBarButtons').hide(); $('#welcomeMenuBox').hide(); _spBodyOnLoadFunctionNames.push(“HideBrandingsuite”); function HideBrandingsuite() { document.getElementById(‘suiteBrandingBox‘).style.visibility = ‘hidden’; } TO EDIT PAGE AFTER HIDING YOUR SUITE BAR Continue reading → April 14, 2014May 20, 2014 SharePoint 2013, SharePoint 2013 customisations Change SharePoint 2013 logo url link In one of my recent SharePoint 2013 customisations, I had to change the logo url on SharePoint 2013 search center to point to one of the SharePoint 2007 site collection. Yes, you read that right, link to the SP 2007 site. Basically I was using the 2013 search to crawl through SP 2007 content to make best use of its search features. I am not using any custom Masterpage, just trying to change the URL link by amending below line, but only work on home page and not on results.aspx. I know it can be changed if I use Custom masterpage, but in this scope no custom master page is being used. --> Continue reading → April 14, 2014May 20, 2014 SharePoint 2013 customisations SharePoint 2013 change log url link, SharePoint 2013 customisations using jQuery, SharePoint customisations using jQuery Configure SharePoint Network Load Balance using Citrix NetScaler To make your SharePoint farm builds resilience, network load balancing plays an important role. In this article I will cover load balancing Web Front End servers using Citrix NetScaler. This article is a continuation to SharePoint 2013 Enterprise farm Build. To begin with the configuration. 1. Logon to Citrix NetScaler. Under traffic management, expand Load Balancing and click on servers and add SharePoint servers you would like to load balance. In this example, I will use WFE 01 and WFE02. Add server name and IP addresses. Continue reading → April 11, 2014May 20, 2014 Network load balancing using Citrix netscaler, SharePoint 2013 Network load balancing using Citrix Netscaler, SharePoint 2013 Network Load balancing Enterprise SharePoint 2013 farm build with Network load balancing SharePoint 2013 server architecture – Large server farm Continue reading → April 9, 2014 Migration from 2007 to 2013, SharePoint 2013, SharePoint 2013 Installation Installation of SharePoint 2013, SharePoint 2013 infrastructure architecture, SharePoint 2013 larger server farm Configuring Office Web Apps server for SharePoint 2013 This is the last step in setting up SharePoint 2013 server: Configuring Office Web Apps server for SharePoint 2013 1. Download Office Web Apps 2. Install prerequisites Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack1 (But always refer to the MS KB, depends on the office web apps server, you may require to update your server to the latest service pack) .Net Framework 4.5 Install powershell 3.0 Platform update for Windows Server 2008 R2 3. Open windows Powershell (Before running make sure that execute Powershell scripts are set to unrestricted) if it isn’t. Please follow below PS commands: From the PS window run get-executionpolicy If the output is Restricted Continue reading → March 11, 2014 Migration from 2007 to 2013 Configuring Office Web Apps Server, Configuring SharePoint server 2013 with Office Web apps Moving MySites to separate content database and webapplication – WRN: Assembly binding logging is turned OF As part of my 2007 to 2013 migration project, I had to move my sites to separate content datab... Similar Website

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