Throughout the life of a SharePoint installation, there will be upgrades via service packs, etc. So, if you’re running into problems from one server to another, you might want to make sure the version numbers are the same on each. In SharePoint 2010, to find the exact version number, just go to your Central Admin […]
OK, let’s say you’ve changed your master page so that there’s no link to the Recycle Bin showing. Next, let’s say someone accidentally deleted a file, and you really need it back. And finally, you don’t remember how to get to the recycle bin. No worries —
The first thing you should probably do is to make it so that, in your document libraries, PDF files should show up with the correct Icon in the ‘type’ column. To do that, follow the directions here: http://allthingsdotnet.net/?p=793 Then, there are a few more steps necessary to enable SharePoint 2010 to actually search PDF documents.
If you need to find out how to save a site as a template, please check out our previous article Save as Site Template. Once you’ve saved this template/solution to your local drive, you can create a new Web Application, and then create a Site collection, based on that solution, even though it’s not uploaded […]
If you are getting this error when trying to view a workbook/document in a document library (whether by default or by manual choice), there are a couple of lines you can run in SharePoint PowerShell that can take care of this. This is assuming, of course, your document is allowed to be viewed in a […]
As you may or may not know, in InfoPath 2010, the FileAttachment controls only allows the user the ability to attach one file. But, there is an easy way to attach multiple documents.
I was trying to deploy a Visual WebPart from Visual Studio 2010 when I got a similar error. The error was much longer, but that was always the first section. Every time I got that error it was due to one reason, so the fix was simple.
Let’s assume you have already created your Web Application and Site Collection and then your boss comes in and says, let’s enable ‘Anonymous Access’ on the site. That’s not too hard, but it does take a series of steps.
If you want to include a seamless exporting/importing of the Metadata you’ve produced when backing up and restoring of a SharePoint 2010 site, it is a two step process for each. First, you need to backup the site collection. Then you need to separately backup the Metadata. Naturally, you must import the data on the […]
If you can’t find ‘Term Store Management’ under the Site Administration section in Site Settings, there’s a very simple PowerShell fix for this due to the fact that a feature has not been enabled on the box.
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