SharePoint Nirvana | April 2014

Powershell Find Items with no checked in version

by JamieMcAllister 17. April 2014 11:33
When a user adds a document to a library for the first time, but omits to check in that file that information risks getting lost. This can happen for a variety of reasons such as missing mandatory fields or simple forgetfulness. The user who added the file can see it fine, and won't know that anythi... [More]

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Powershell

Calculating Storage Trends with a Pivot Table

by JamieMcAllister 16. April 2014 08:15
If you have a heavily used Site Collection you have to keep an eye on content database size. Generally speaking the content database for a single site collection should not exceed 200Gb, and the limit is lower when you have multiple site collections in a single content DB; Here's the current guidanc... [More]

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Excel | Pivot | Size Limits

Create Multiple Document Sets with Powershell

by JamieMcAllister 9. April 2014 09:47
A quick example of how to create multiple Document Sets in SharePoint driven by a CSV file for the names and properties. Changing a couple of lines would allow this script to create simple Folders instead (but Document Sets are better!). [More]

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