All things must pass, and SharePoint 2010 is no exception. While most of our clients have already migrated to the cloud, we still have many clients that are using SharePoint on-prem. Most of our clients that are on-prem have kept pace with upgrades to SharePoint. We are happy to report that most of them are using SharePoint 2016 or SharePoint 2019, however, we still have organizations using SharePoint 2010.Read More
We often hear from customers that are interested in using SharePoint to automate workflows. Not only can it be done, it can be done several ways. This blog will help you better understand how to automate workflows using SharePoint and the tools that you might consider.Read More
Total litigation costs of the Fortune 500 is about $210 billion according to survey conducted by metrocorpcounsel.com.
Growing risk of Information theft and the ever changing business environment has increased litigation cases significantly.Read More
Ever wanted to make your roll-up of content look better than the out of the box (OOB) look and feel provided by SharePoint? If you have used a Content Search Web Part in SharePoint 2013 you know what I mean. The OOB templates provided to display the search results are not as spectacular anymore and it would be great to make it look so much better.Read More
Ok…my bad. My title is a little misleading…
Anyone who’s ever been involved in developing and implementing a SharePoint solution to support a public-facing website, or Intranet/Collaboration sites, or a custom application, probably has never made the statement that “Governance is Fun”. Developing a Governance Plan and implementing the policies and procedures to actively manage your SharePoint environments and solutions is hard work, but it is absolutely necessary work to ensure success and adoption of your SharePoint solutions.
Office Web Applications Server offers great enhancements to your SharePoint environment. However, there are some common gotchas that tend to pop up during the installation and configuration of the service. In this article, we will take a look at some of the most common items that I have seen in the past year.Read More
Each Application pool in SharePoint has an identity/account that it runs under. There are many scenarios where you may need to change the application pools to run under different credentials, and there are multiple ways you could possibly go about it.Read More
Each Service Application in SharePoint runs within an Application Pool. The Application Pool controls the resources (memory, etc.) that a Service Application has available to it as well as controlling which account is used to run that service. By default, SharePoint groups many of its Service Applications together into one or two Application Pools. This may not always be the ideal scenario and you may have requirements to move Service Applications to run in their own dedicated Application Pool, or just to move them to another application pool so that you can control which Service Applications are grouped together and which account they run as.Read More
I have started running into a problem when I am trying to change the service account that is running the Search Host Controller Service in SharePoint 2013. When I go into Central Admin and change the account that is running the controller service, the controller service will end up stopped and it will not start. While in this state the search will start generating the following errors:Read More
In SharePoint 2013 farms when the index drive gets full the search app gets into an unhealthy state and can be difficult to get it to recover. The following steps can be used in order to recover the search application. The most common indicators that the search application has gotten into this unhealthy state (Besides search not working) is the Search Index Partition (in search topology) on the Search Admin Page shows a warning icon. However the following steps can be used to resolve the issue:Read More