Recently I was making a Powershell script to automatic deploy SharePoint solutions. However when activating features that were already active an error occurs.
Managed metadata service applications are administered from within SharePoint Central Administration, where you get an overview of all available service applications. But everything over there can also be done in Powershell i.e. creating a Managed Metadata Service Application.
Browser File Handling was introduced into SharePoint 2010 as a security feature and the same applies to SharePoint 2013. When a user requests a file within SharePoint, the web server (IIS) will respond including the “X-Download-Options: noopen” HTTP Response Header if Browser File Handling is set to Strict and the file (MIME) type accessed is […]
Convenient Powershell Sometimes you want to find all content types and sitecolumns you created in SharePoint. A simple way to acomplish this is the use of PowerShell. Conditional in this script is that all my custom content types and sitecolumns belong to the same group.