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Enable versioning on all SharePoint Document Libraries in a Site Collection

Enable versioning on all SharePoint Document Libraries in a Site Collection

Enabling versioning on all document libraries in a site collection or disabling versioning is often quite useful. Write-Host Loading the SharePoint Powershell Snapin

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if ((Get-PSSnapin "Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell" -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue) -eq $null) { Add-PSSnapin "Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell" } Write-Host "Starting to update lists and Libraries" $webs = get-spsite http://intranet.domain.
By Ulrich Bojko
SPEndpointAddressNotFoundExecption when publishing SharePoint 2013 workflows

SPEndpointAddressNotFoundExecption when publishing SharePoint 2013 workflows

Are you getting this error: (Microsoft.SharePoint.SPEndpointAddressNotFoundException: There are no addresses available for this application.) when publishing SharePoint 2013 workflows? try these steps to fix it: 1. If you use HTTP: Register-SPWorkflowService –SPSite “http://mysitecollection” –WorkflowHostUri “http://server.domain.com:12291” –AllowOAuthHttp -force 2. If you use HTTPS: Register-SPWorkflowService
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Viewing Workflow for item, fails after installing Service Pack 1 for SharePoint 2013

Viewing Workflow for item, fails after installing Service Pack 1 for SharePoint 2013

If your workflows are working just fine, but you are unable to get UI-access to the workflows in SharePoint, because if this error: Sorry, something went wrong Method ‘StartWorkflowOnListItem’ in type ‘Microsoft.SharePoint.WorkflowServices.FabricWorkflowInstanceProvider’ from assembly ‘Microsoft.SharePoint.WorkflowServices, Version=15.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=71e9bce111e9429c’ does
By Ulrich Bojko
Create link to new folder and item actions in modal window in SharePoint 2013

Create link to new folder and item actions in modal window in SharePoint 2013

Create link to “New Item” /_layouts/15/Upload.aspx?List={}&RootFolder=&IsDlg=1′,RefreshOnDialogClose,null,null,'’);”>Add item</a> Create link to “New Folder” <a href=”javascript:OpenPopUpPageWithTitle(‘</site/library>/Forms/Upload.aspx?RootFolder=&Type=1&IsDlg=1′,RefreshOnDialogClose,null,null,'<Title>’);” >New Folder</a></div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2014-04-25">Apr 25, 2014</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/pop-modal-window-sp2013/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png" alt="Pop-up modal window SP2013" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Pop-up modal window SP2013</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">Simple javascript command to open the dialog modal form 1. function OpenPopUpPage(url, callback, width, height) 2. function OpenPopUpPageWithTitle(url, callback, width, height, title) 3. function OpenPopUpPageWithDialogOptions(dialogOptions) DialogOptions supports: Options Property Description title A string that contains the title of the dialog. url A string that contains the URL</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2014-04-24">Apr 24, 2014</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/powershell-create-multiple-spwebs/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png" alt="PowerShell - Create multiple SPWebs" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">PowerShell - Create multiple SPWebs</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">I often find myself in need of building a structure of SPWebs for demo purposes or for custom migrating scenarios. In order for me to build the structure fast, test it and then tear it down or extend it, I use PowerShell. Just extend the $url and the $name so</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2014-04-23">Apr 23, 2014</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/powershell-create-mysites-users/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png" alt="PowerShell - Create MySites for all users" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">PowerShell - Create MySites for all users</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">I found this script to be the most effective for creating MySites in advance for all users. #--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- #The sample scripts are not supported under any Microsoft standard support #program or service. The sample scripts are provided AS IS without warranty #of any kind. Microsoft further disclaims all implied warranties</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2014-04-22">Apr 22, 2014</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/clear-sharepoint-designer-cache/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/09/SharePoint_Designer1.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/09/SharePoint_Designer1.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/09/SharePoint_Designer1.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/09/SharePoint_Designer1.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/09/SharePoint_Designer1.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/09/SharePoint_Designer1.png" alt="Clear SharePoint Designer Cache" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Clear SharePoint Designer Cache</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">It can happen that SharePoint Designers local files gets out-of-sync. For some reason hitting the update button won’t help. Easy fix: Delete the local cache by deleting the contents of these two folders: * %APPDATA%\Microsoft\Web Server Extensions\Cache * %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\WebsiteCache</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2014-04-21">Apr 21, 2014</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/import-user-profile-pictures-sharepoint-using-powershell/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png" alt="Import user profile pictures to SharePoint using PowerShell" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Import user profile pictures to SharePoint using PowerShell</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">Best solution to create Automatic UserProfile Import to SharePoint 1. Create folder “ImportProfileImages” 2. Create subfolder “ProfileImages” 3. Create “c:\SPSolutions\ImportProfileImages\UpdateUserProfiles.ps1” with the code from SharePoint Use Cases cls if((Get-PSSnapin | Where {$_.Name -eq "Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell"}) -eq $null) { Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell; } #-----------------------------------------------------------</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2014-04-20">Apr 20, 2014</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post no-image"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/tcp-connection-test-program/"> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">TCP Connection Test Program</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">TCP Connection Test Program</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2014-04-19">Apr 19, 2014</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/force-infopath-open-browserview/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2014/02/infopath.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2014/02/infopath.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2014/02/infopath.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2014/02/infopath.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2014/02/infopath.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2014/02/infopath.png" alt="Force InfoPath to open in browserview" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Force InfoPath to open in browserview</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">A normal link to an InfoPath template could be * /FormServerTemplates/template.xsn But in order to get pageviews in InfoPath to work in IE11, you have to add the domain in Compatibility View Settings, thus breaking the function of starting a new form in the browser, based on your template.</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2014-04-18">Apr 18, 2014</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/hide-text-field-sharepoint-form-using-jquery/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2014/03/js.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2014/03/js.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2014/03/js.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2014/03/js.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2014/03/js.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2014/03/js.png" alt="Hide a text field in a SharePoint form using jquery" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Hide a text field in a SharePoint form using jquery</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">If you have several SharePoint Forms, where you want to hide the input field and using SharePoint Designer to create a custom form is not an option. Here is my collection of jQuery you can insert, using the ScriptEditor webpart. Edit the “view” of a ListItem (DispForm.aspx) 1. Open</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2014-03-24">Mar 24, 2014</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/force-batch-file-answer-yes-prompts/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2014/02/batchscript.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2014/02/batchscript.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2014/02/batchscript.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2014/02/batchscript.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2014/02/batchscript.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2014/02/batchscript.png" alt="Force batch file to answer yes to prompts" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Force batch file to answer yes to prompts</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">A little while ago, I came across this issue at one of my clients. They needed the SharePoint Instance of the MSSQL server to restart at 5 am every morning. That seemed like a fair task to fix pretty easily. It turns out though, that the prompt, asking the user,</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2014-02-13">Feb 13, 2014</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/upgrade-office-365-site-collections-april-1st-2014/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg" alt="Upgrade Your Office 365 Site Collections by April 1st 2014" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Upgrade Your Office 365 Site Collections by April 1st 2014</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">In case you’ve missed it. Microsoft have been upgrading SharePoint Online on the Office 365 platform since late 2012. That means that they are now finished upgrading all the SharePoint Farms. Or at least in the European Datacenters, where I am seated. The announcement in the Message Center is</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2014-02-12">Feb 12, 2014</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/create-folder-copy-file-folder-sharepoint-designer-workflow/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/08/SharePoint-Server-2010-logo1.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/08/SharePoint-Server-2010-logo1.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/08/SharePoint-Server-2010-logo1.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/08/SharePoint-Server-2010-logo1.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/08/SharePoint-Server-2010-logo1.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/08/SharePoint-Server-2010-logo1.png" alt="Create folder and copy a file to that folder in SharePoint Designer Workflow" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Create folder and copy a file to that folder in SharePoint Designer Workflow</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">In this Video I will show how you can create a simple project folder and the copy a template file into that folder. The idea came from a comment on this blogpost, that shows more in-depth how to create folders and subfolders. If you like the video or have questions,</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2014-02-11">Feb 11, 2014</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/infopath-dead-long-live-new-infopath/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2014/02/infopath.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2014/02/infopath.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2014/02/infopath.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2014/02/infopath.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2014/02/infopath.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2014/02/infopath.png" alt="InfoPath is Dead! Long live the new InfoPath!" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">InfoPath is Dead! Long live the new InfoPath!</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">Microsoft has announced on their Office blog, what the rumour mill have been buzzing about for quite a while now. InfoPath Forms and Services will be discontinued. That means that there is no new InfoPath Forms services in the next edition of SharePoint. Something new is starting to grow. According</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2014-02-05">Feb 5, 2014</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/ontolica-fusion-bootcamp/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2014/01/oflogo.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2014/01/oflogo.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2014/01/oflogo.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2014/01/oflogo.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2014/01/oflogo.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2014/01/oflogo.png" alt="Ontolica Fusion bootcamp" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Ontolica Fusion bootcamp</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">Today was the second of three bootcampdays at SurfRay campus i Herlev, Denmark. Along with Steen and Anders I have been testing SurfRays new product “Ontolica Fusion“. Today we dived right into migrating and synchronizing data to and from databases. I’m still in the beginning of learning the ins</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2014-01-22">Jan 22, 2014</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/3-brief-office-365-news/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2014/01/news.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2014/01/news.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2014/01/news.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2014/01/news.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2014/01/news.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2014/01/news.png" alt="3 brief Office 365 news" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">3 brief Office 365 news</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">Microsoft supports migrating between Office 365 plans This is something I have been looking forward to, for a very long time. All in all I have always felt that Microsoft really pushes the limit on their various Office 365 – plans.  It is a mystery to me how it is possible</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2014-01-22">Jan 22, 2014</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/yammer-app-heading-towards-app-graveyard/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2014/01/yam.jpg 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2014/01/yam.jpg 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2014/01/yam.jpg 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2014/01/yam.jpg 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2014/01/yam.jpg 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2014/01/yam.jpg" alt="Yammer App is heading towards the App-graveyard" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Yammer App is heading towards the App-graveyard</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">Microsoft has announced that the Yammer Desktop AIR App is getting a permanent spot in the old App-retirement home. Come mid-april it’s Lights Out for the Yammer App. This is set to happen on April 15, 2014. Not only are the App being retired, the users ability to access</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2014-01-21">Jan 21, 2014</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/sharepoint-issues-use-internet-explorer-11/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2014/01/iebroken.jpg 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2014/01/iebroken.jpg 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2014/01/iebroken.jpg 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2014/01/iebroken.jpg 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2014/01/iebroken.jpg 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2014/01/iebroken.jpg" alt="SharePoint Issues when you use Internet Explorer 11" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">SharePoint Issues when you use Internet Explorer 11</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">[Updated: 2014-02-05] IE11 or Internet Explorer version 11, have some serious issues when you use it to work with SharePoint. It feels like, Microsoft, missed a step in the testing process when they launched that browser. Most things that IE11 breaks can be fixed by adding *.domain to the compatibility</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2014-01-20">Jan 20, 2014</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/welcome-notes-long-2013/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/10/jpurnal1.jpg 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/10/jpurnal1.jpg 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/10/jpurnal1.jpg 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/10/jpurnal1.jpg 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/10/jpurnal1.jpg 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/10/jpurnal1.jpg" alt="Welcome to Notes and so long 2013" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Welcome to Notes and so long 2013</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">Today I’ve started a new section of my site. I call it “My Notes“. I keep a OneNote notebook handy at all times, to gather notes about SharePoint, JavaScript, PowerShell etc.. For a while I have been thinking about sharing these notes. These notes are unedited and more or</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2013-12-31">Dec 31, 2013</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/sharepoint-sites-need-follow/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png" alt="SharePoint sites you need to follow" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">SharePoint sites you need to follow</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">Here’s a list of SharePoint sites and blogs about SharePoint related tech. If you run a site, that I’ve missed, please post a comment or contact me to get listed. The list: (In no particular order) * Randy Drisgill SharePoint Branding and Design * From The Field * GetThePoint * Keith Richie</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2013-11-07">Nov 7, 2013</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/office-365-stay-go/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2013/10/stayorgo1.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2013/10/stayorgo1.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2013/10/stayorgo1.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2013/10/stayorgo1.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2013/10/stayorgo1.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2013/10/stayorgo1.png" alt="Office 365, Should I Stay or Should I Go?" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Office 365, Should I Stay or Should I Go?</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">I’m getting more and more projects on the SharePoint platform. As a consultant, I’m doing more and more in the Cloud. Hence the title of the blog. I don’t belive in selling anything, if it’s not the right solution for my Client. My income is directly</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2013-10-16">Oct 16, 2013</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/august-2013-updates-office-365-things-just-got-bigger/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2013/09/thinkbigger.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2013/09/thinkbigger.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2013/09/thinkbigger.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2013/09/thinkbigger.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2013/09/thinkbigger.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2013/09/thinkbigger.png" alt="August 2013 updates for Office 365 - Things just got bigger" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">August 2013 updates for Office 365 - Things just got bigger</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">I have a hunch that Microsoft is sitting in  Redmond just thinking something along the lines of, “Let’s just give our customers more storage”. And so they did. The Office 365 is really starting to blow out the competition one-by-one. It will be interesting to see if Google will</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2013-09-16">Sep 16, 2013</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/javascript-create-new-page-like-one-site-actions/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png" alt="Javascript to create "New Page" like the one from Site Actions" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Javascript to create "New Page" like the one from Site Actions</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">To create a link manually that have the same features as the one where you click on SiteActions and then “Create New Page”, you need some Javascript and some ModalDialog functions. How to use the links the Site Actions menu, is not all that documented. I actually had to get</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2013-09-12">Sep 12, 2013</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/disable-mobile-redirect-sharepoint-2010/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2013/08/mobile-service-shutdown.jpg 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2013/08/mobile-service-shutdown.jpg 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2013/08/mobile-service-shutdown.jpg 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2013/08/mobile-service-shutdown.jpg 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2013/08/mobile-service-shutdown.jpg 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2013/08/mobile-service-shutdown.jpg" alt="Disable Mobile Redirect for SharePoint 2010" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Disable Mobile Redirect for SharePoint 2010</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">SharePoint has always had a bit of a “Design Issue”. Let’s be honest. SharePoint has never been accused of being the hippest kid in the classroom. But the built-in design for displaying content on mobile devices is downright miserable. As a consequence I always recommend my clients to disable</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2013-08-26">Aug 26, 2013</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/sharepoint-2013-error-trying-create-new-page/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png" alt="SharePoint 2013 Error When Trying To Create New Page" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">SharePoint 2013 Error When Trying To Create New Page</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">I’ve been messing around with the new Design Manager in SharePoint 2013 lately in an effort to see if I could brand SharePoint the way Microsoft tells me, is the new black. So I created a design package and then deployed that package onto my test site. That went</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2013-08-24">Aug 24, 2013</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/mapping-a-networkdrive-from-sharepoint-document-library-finally-fixed/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png" alt="Mapping a networkdrive from SharePoint Document Library, finally fixed" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Mapping a networkdrive from SharePoint Document Library, finally fixed</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">[[UPDATE: Links updated, thank you Saiful for pointing that out]] For months, it’s been a severe problem for the bulk of SharePoint Online (Office 365) customers. If you are running on Windows 7, while using the latest and greatest Internet Explorer (IE 10), you would experience problems whenever you</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2013-08-17">Aug 17, 2013</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/summer-of-2013-updates-for-office-365-its-pretty-much-everything/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2013/08/summer-of-office-365.jpg 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2013/08/summer-of-office-365.jpg 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2013/08/summer-of-office-365.jpg 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2013/08/summer-of-office-365.jpg 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2013/08/summer-of-office-365.jpg 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2013/08/summer-of-office-365.jpg" alt="Summer of 2013 updates for Office 365 – It’s pretty much everything" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Summer of 2013 updates for Office 365 – It’s pretty much everything</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">So I’m back from my vacation. And it’s all great. I see that Microsoft didn’t give it’s employees the summer off. Instead they’ve been wacking out updates like crazy in Redmond. Last time I checked up on updates for the Office 365 platform was in</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2013-08-08">Aug 8, 2013</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/error-while-executing-web-part/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/08/SharePoint-Server-2010-logo1.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/08/SharePoint-Server-2010-logo1.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/08/SharePoint-Server-2010-logo1.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/08/SharePoint-Server-2010-logo1.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/08/SharePoint-Server-2010-logo1.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/08/SharePoint-Server-2010-logo1.png" alt="Error while executing web part" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Error while executing web part</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">Do you get this error in your ULS-log when visiting a page with a DataViewWebPart that’s been changed via SPD? Error while executing web part: System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object. Try and uninstall the Update: KB2844286 (Security Update for Microsoft .NET Framewok</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2013-07-12">Jul 12, 2013</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/sharepoint-backup-best-practice/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png" alt="SharePoint Backup Best Practice" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">SharePoint Backup Best Practice</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">When it comes to SharePoint Backup, you should take a break from work and do some serious thinking. It’s really not all that easy as Microsoft makes it look. Don’t count on built-in backup to save your bacon. There is no Best Practice for backing up your SharePoint</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2013-06-24">Jun 24, 2013</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/fails-and-success-of-office-365/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2013/06/success-and-failure.jpg 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2013/06/success-and-failure.jpg 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2013/06/success-and-failure.jpg 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2013/06/success-and-failure.jpg 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2013/06/success-and-failure.jpg 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2013/06/success-and-failure.jpg" alt="Office 365 - Fails and Success" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Office 365 - Fails and Success</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">I work with SharePoint On-Premise and SharePoint Online (Office 365) every day, due to the nature of my job as an SharePoint Consultant. I love what I do and I love working with SharePoint as a platform. I use a mix of Apple and Microsoft technologies, whatever gets the job</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2013-06-15">Jun 15, 2013</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/april-2013-updates-for-office-365-its-all-skype-and-lync/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2013/04/bigmove.jpg 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2013/04/bigmove.jpg 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2013/04/bigmove.jpg 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2013/04/bigmove.jpg 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2013/04/bigmove.jpg 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2013/04/bigmove.jpg" alt="April 2013 updates for Office 365 - It's all Skype and Lync" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">April 2013 updates for Office 365 - It's all Skype and Lync</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">Windows Live Messenger Transitions to Skype Microsoft is killing off Messenger. Even better. Microsoft is moving all Messenger Users to Skype. Starting up yesterday, the Messenger users will see themselves being migrated to Skype, whenever they sign-in. Most likely this will take a month or two to complete the big</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2013-04-09">Apr 9, 2013</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/sharepoint-group-by-date/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2019/09/pgnqt0rxwls.jpg 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2019/09/pgnqt0rxwls.jpg 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2019/09/pgnqt0rxwls.jpg 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2019/09/pgnqt0rxwls.jpg 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2019/09/pgnqt0rxwls.jpg 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2019/09/pgnqt0rxwls.jpg" alt="SharePoint Group By Date using the CQWP in 4 Simple Steps" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">SharePoint Group By Date using the CQWP in 4 Simple Steps</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">If you have ever messed around with the XSL Itemstyles for use with the CQWP in SharePoint, you know how valuable they can be. Also how frustrating they can be from time to time. This is not as tricky as it may sounds. Out of the box, the Content Query</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2013-04-04">Apr 4, 2013</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/backup-to-amazon-glacier-for-free/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2013/02/amazon_glacier.jpg 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2013/02/amazon_glacier.jpg 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2013/02/amazon_glacier.jpg 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2013/02/amazon_glacier.jpg 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2013/02/amazon_glacier.jpg 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2013/02/amazon_glacier.jpg" alt="Backup to Amazon Glacier with FastGlacier for free" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Backup to Amazon Glacier with FastGlacier for free</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">I own a QNAP TS239 TurboNAS. I use it for a variety of things. One of those things is just plain storage of the Family’s documents. From invoices, to Insurance policies, I scan and archive everything. It’s a project of mine, to see how much paper binders I</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2013-02-20">Feb 20, 2013</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/bye-bye-2012-look-out-2013/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/02/ubo1.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/02/ubo1.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/02/ubo1.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/02/ubo1.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/02/ubo1.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/02/ubo1.png" alt="Bye bye 2012 - Look out 2013" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Bye bye 2012 - Look out 2013</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">It’s time for the yearly looking back at the past year and looking ahead at the next one. I know. I’m a little behind. But better late than never. so here is my recap of 2012 and a plan for 2013. I’ve been off the grid for</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2013-02-11">Feb 11, 2013</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/the-best-intranets-of-2013-use-sharepoint/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2019/09/amhdn68wjpc.jpg 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2019/09/amhdn68wjpc.jpg 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2019/09/amhdn68wjpc.jpg 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2019/09/amhdn68wjpc.jpg 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2019/09/amhdn68wjpc.jpg 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2019/09/amhdn68wjpc.jpg" alt="6 SharePoint Advices from the winners of the Best Intranets 2013" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">6 SharePoint Advices from the winners of the Best Intranets 2013</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">The Nielsen Norman Group publishes a report each year, in which they pick out the top 10 Intranets of the year. Now it’s time for the Best Intranets 2013. This year the trend is pretty clear. 70% of the winners use SharePoint to drive their intranet. I haven’t</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2013-01-08">Jan 8, 2013</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/google-apps-is-no-longer-free/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/12/google-apps.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/12/google-apps.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/12/google-apps.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/12/google-apps.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/12/google-apps.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/12/google-apps.png" alt="Google apps is no longer free" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Google apps is no longer free</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">So a few days ago i received an email from the google apps team, telling me that the Google Apps service no longer is free for new customers. But since I’ve been with the google apps for a few years now, my service is not affected. New customers can</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-12-08">Dec 8, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/new-exchange-online-send-limits-per-december-2012/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg" alt="New Exchange Online Send Limits per December 2012" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">New Exchange Online Send Limits per December 2012</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">Starting by the first week of December, Microsoft will raise the Exchange Online 24 hour Send Limit to 10.000 recipients. This affects all existing customers. Microsoft are performing this change in service in order to prevent SPAM. and the fact that some companies needs to send a massive amount</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-11-30">Nov 30, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/create-distribution-groups-in-office-365-with-up-to-100-000-members/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png" alt="Create distribution groups in Office 365 with up to 100.000 members" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Create distribution groups in Office 365 with up to 100.000 members</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">UPDATE: New Microsoft Online Services Modules. You now need to download the Logonassistant before you can install the Module. More than once, I’ve encountered the situation, where a client of mine, had to send out somewhere between 10.000 and 12.000 e-mails at once. It’s not like</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-11-10">Nov 10, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/is-the-fear-of-succes-holding-you-back/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/10/Success-square.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/10/Success-square.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/10/Success-square.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/10/Success-square.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/10/Success-square.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/10/Success-square.png" alt="Is the fear of succes holding you back?" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Is the fear of succes holding you back?</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">Do you want to be a real blogger? Walk the walk and talk the.. Wait that’s for another show.. But okay – do you want to type the damn words and get paid tons of green? Yeah. I think that would be pretty cool too. But the big question is:</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-11-07">Nov 7, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/october-updates-for-office-365-web-apps-dirsync-and-more/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg" alt="October updates for Office 365 - Web Apps, Dirsync, and more" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">October updates for Office 365 - Web Apps, Dirsync, and more</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">This month has introduced a bunch of new features to Office 365. Web Apps features The latest and greatest update to SharePoint Online gives you more editing and more formatting controls. With the latest SharePoint Online update, you’ll get new Office Web Apps features: more editing and formatting controls,</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-10-31">Oct 31, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/sandboxed-solutions-in-office-365-it-requires-some-ninja-skills/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/10/ninja-bt1.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/10/ninja-bt1.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/10/ninja-bt1.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/10/ninja-bt1.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/10/ninja-bt1.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/10/ninja-bt1.png" alt="Sandboxed Solutions in Office 365 - It requires some Ninja Skills" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Sandboxed Solutions in Office 365 - It requires some Ninja Skills</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">When it comes to creating custom solutions (A.K.A. Sandboxed Solutions) for SharePoint Online, there are a few things you need to be aware of. One of those is the underlying architecture, that is driving the whole SharePoint Online environment. When you peel all the sales talk away, you</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-10-26">Oct 26, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/mosdal-4-6-save-your-bacon/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/10/dontpanic1.jpg 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/10/dontpanic1.jpg 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/10/dontpanic1.jpg 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/10/dontpanic1.jpg 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/10/dontpanic1.jpg 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/10/dontpanic1.jpg" alt="MOSDAL 4.6 - save your bacon" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">MOSDAL 4.6 - save your bacon</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">The MOSDAL tool is now published in version 4.6. If you don’t know what MOSDAL is, it can really save you some time when your stuck. This tools have saved my bacon more than once. So what new? * User Interface Changes * New Languages * Less download * Exchange ActiveSyns diagnostics</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-10-25">Oct 25, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/the-execute-permission-was-denied-on-the-object-proc_putobject-database-sharepoint_config/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/08/SharePoint-Server-2010-logo1.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/08/SharePoint-Server-2010-logo1.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/08/SharePoint-Server-2010-logo1.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/08/SharePoint-Server-2010-logo1.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/08/SharePoint-Server-2010-logo1.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/08/SharePoint-Server-2010-logo1.png" alt="The EXECUTE permission was denied on the object 'proc_putObject', database 'SharePoint_Config'" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">The EXECUTE permission was denied on the object 'proc_putObject', database 'SharePoint_Config'</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">I got this error: The EXECUTE permission was denied on the object ‘proc_putObject’, database ‘SharePoint_Config’ Solution: Assign Execute permissions on the SharePoint Config database for the user who runs the Application Pool of the site. (SP Service) Source</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-10-15">Oct 15, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/use-your-computer-as-a-webserver-in-seconds/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/10/pagekite-logo1.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/10/pagekite-logo1.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/10/pagekite-logo1.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/10/pagekite-logo1.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/10/pagekite-logo1.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/10/pagekite-logo1.png" alt="Use your computer as a webserver in seconds" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Use your computer as a webserver in seconds</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">Say you are a Web developer, Graphical Designer or for some reason, needs to put some stuff on the web from time to time. You don’t have a clue on how to do port forwarding, dynamic IP’s or stuff like that. Your working on your computer and maybe</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-10-15">Oct 15, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/organizing-journaling-your-business-in-4-simple-steps/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/10/advancedfictionwriting1.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/10/advancedfictionwriting1.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/10/advancedfictionwriting1.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/10/advancedfictionwriting1.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/10/advancedfictionwriting1.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/10/advancedfictionwriting1.png" alt="Organizing: Journaling Your Business in 4 simple steps" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Organizing: Journaling Your Business in 4 simple steps</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">How to be productive is a big part of making a succesful business. It doesn’t really matter if you’re a programmer, writing blogs or any other creative business. The more effective you are as a creative professional the more success you’ll eventually have. When you are a</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-10-04">Oct 4, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/deleting-and-creating-sitecollections-with-the-same-name-in-office-365-fails/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/09/cat1.jpeg 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/09/cat1.jpeg 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/09/cat1.jpeg 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/09/cat1.jpeg 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/09/cat1.jpeg 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/09/cat1.jpeg" alt="Deleting and Creating SiteCollections with the same name in Office 365 - fails" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Deleting and Creating SiteCollections with the same name in Office 365 - fails</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">If you want to delete a SiteCollection in Office 365 in order to make a new SiteCollection with the exact same name, you should can experience a halt on all creations of SiteCollections. Even if the dialog box, asks if you want to delete the previous SiteCollection, the creation of</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-10-01">Oct 1, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/sharepoint-online-gears-up-for-proper-handling-of-pdfs-and-mp4s/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg" alt="SharePoint Online gears up for proper handling of PDF’s and MP4’s" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">SharePoint Online gears up for proper handling of PDF’s and MP4’s</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">Users of SharePoint Online, have been heard! For a long time the users of SharePoint Online have been hammering away as Microsoft, in order to get proper pdf-handling. Anyone ever worked with SharePoint and PDF-files know that it’s not something that “Just works”. Sure, it’s semi-easy to get</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-09-25">Sep 25, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/sharepoint-designer-2010-subfolder-workflow-in-11-simple-steps/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/09/SharePoint_Designer1.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/09/SharePoint_Designer1.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/09/SharePoint_Designer1.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/09/SharePoint_Designer1.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/09/SharePoint_Designer1.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/09/SharePoint_Designer1.png" alt="Sharepoint Designer 2010 subfolder workflow in 11 simple steps" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Sharepoint Designer 2010 subfolder workflow in 11 simple steps</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">[ProjectCasemanagement solution] As a follow-up on my previous post, I’ve decided to make a short video demonstrating how to create a better solution. I still use the same method, but I’ve added some functions that makes it semi-dynamic. I say semi-dynamic because you’re still hardcoding the number</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-09-21">Sep 21, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/september-updates-to-office-365-password-expiration-and-screenshots/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg" alt="September updates for Office 365 – Password Expiration and screenshots" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">September updates for Office 365 – Password Expiration and screenshots</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">Microsoft announced 2 new updates to the Office 365 platform today. 1. Password Expiration Notifications in Outlook Like most people, I don’t keep track of when my password is about to expire. using BPOS, this was not a problem. I got told 14 days before it was due. In</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-09-11">Sep 11, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/the-secret-to-crazy-happy-blogging-problogger/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/09/lisa1.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/09/lisa1.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/09/lisa1.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/09/lisa1.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/09/lisa1.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/09/lisa1.png" alt="The Secret to Crazy-Happy Blogging : @ProBlogger" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">The Secret to Crazy-Happy Blogging : @ProBlogger</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">I stumbled over this blog post the other day, The Secret to Crazy-Happy Blogging : @ProBlogger. I saw the video Lisa made and found it very inspiring. I never read Lisas blog before but seriously…. That is a supermom, if I ever saw one. The site looks amazing and the content</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-09-06">Sep 6, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/creating-folders-and-sub-folders-using-sharepoint-2010-designer-workflow/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/09/SharePoint_Designer1.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/09/SharePoint_Designer1.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/09/SharePoint_Designer1.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/09/SharePoint_Designer1.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/09/SharePoint_Designer1.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/09/SharePoint_Designer1.png" alt="Creating folders and sub-folders using SharePoint 2010 Designer Workflow" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Creating folders and sub-folders using SharePoint 2010 Designer Workflow</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">[[UPDATE: This is now part of a series of posts, where I show how to build a simple project/case management solution, with a no-code approach, using SharePoint 2010 Designer Workflows. Check out my other posts to learn more.]] [ProjectCasemanagement solution] Case I have a list with names of projects.</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-08-29">Aug 29, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/sharepoint-content-query-webpart-cqwp-limitations/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg" alt="SharePoint Content Query Webpart (CQWP) limitations" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">SharePoint Content Query Webpart (CQWP) limitations</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">When i come up with architectural ideas around projektmanagement i SharePoint, I very often use the CQWP to aggregate results from Content Types in lists, placed in a lot of sites. So when I had to come up with a sensible structure for a projectmanagementsystem in SharePoint Online, I turned</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-08-21">Aug 21, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/july-updates-to-office-365-soft-delete-better-sync-and-lync-to-phone/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/07/office-365-logo1.jpg" alt="July updates to Office 365 - Soft delete, better Sync and Lync-to-phone" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">July updates to Office 365 - Soft delete, better Sync and Lync-to-phone</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">Microsoft announced 3 exiting updates for the Office 365 platform. User Soft Delete It happens more than you would expect. A user gets deleted by accident or a employee gets rehired. If your using Office 365, then that used to mean that you were in serious trouble. With this update</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-07-30">Jul 30, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/lync-for-ipad-1-5-is-here/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/07/LyncLogo1.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/07/LyncLogo1.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/07/LyncLogo1.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/07/LyncLogo1.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/07/LyncLogo1.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/07/LyncLogo1.png" alt="Lync for iPad 1.5 is here" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Lync for iPad 1.5 is here</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">I’ve been a fan of Lync, since it was called “Office Communicator”. It’s a great tool for communication. And now it’s available i version 1.5 for the iPad. The update enables you to: * view PowerPoint presentations in a scheduled Online Lync Meeting * view the participants list</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-07-04">Jul 4, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/open-pdf-in-the-browser-in-sharepoint/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/06/logo-powershell1.png" alt="Open PDF in the browser, in SharePoint" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Open PDF in the browser, in SharePoint</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">Most places on the web, you get a wrong guidance in how to enable PDFs in SharePoint. The easy and most used method is just to enable “Permissive” rights in the settings for the web application. Unfortunately that solution is a security risk. What it does is actually, enabling all</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-06-29">Jun 29, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post no-image"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/the-new-microsoft-windows-azure/"> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">The new Microsoft Windows Azure</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">With the new Microsoft Windows Azure cloud platform, Microsoft offers you true Iaas (Infrastructure as a Service). You can now use Windows Azure for Websites, Networking, Virtual Machines and the previous Cloud Services. The new Metro styled Management Portal is a huge step up in user friendlyness and savvyness. It</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-06-27">Jun 27, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post no-image"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/what-can-i-do-with-azure/"> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">What can i do with Azure</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">When it comes to Microsofts Cloud, called Windows Azure, I’ve been waiting and just keeping tabs on that cloud. 10 days ago, on June 7th. Microsoft launched the “New Azure”. Microsoft is opening with a new landing page and a Metro-styled management portal. Features 1. Websites. You can build</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-06-17">Jun 17, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/insane-to-use-100-mill-a-year-on-municipality-websites/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/05/Feeling-lucky.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/05/Feeling-lucky.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/05/Feeling-lucky.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/05/Feeling-lucky.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/05/Feeling-lucky.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/05/Feeling-lucky.png" alt="Insane to use 100 mill. a year on municipality websites" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Insane to use 100 mill. a year on municipality websites</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">According to this article (in danish): Webekspert: Hul i hovedet at bruge 100 mio. om året på kommunale hjemmesider | Version2, Danish municipalities  uses more than 100 mill. danish krones ( around 17 mill. US dollars) a year on their websites. In Denmark, we have 98 municipalities, so it’s pretty easy</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-05-29">May 29, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/blogging-on-sharepoint-vs-wordpress-part-3/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/05/SW.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/05/SW.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/05/SW.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/05/SW.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/05/SW.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/05/SW.png" alt="Blogging on SharePoint vs WordPress part 3" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Blogging on SharePoint vs WordPress part 3</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">[SPvsWP] This blog has been around the block a few times. I started this blog on a hosted WordPress install at servage.net. Then, when I decided to close my account with those guys, I thought “why not a local SharePoint Foundation, hosted in my garage”? It sounded like a</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-05-02">May 2, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post no-image"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/password-strength/"> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Password Strength</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">Funny but very wise cartoon about passwordpolitics. For a computer, a number is, by far the easiest character to brute force. Basicly you only have 10 keys with a number, whereas you have 28 (at least) letter keys. Lesson: Use more letters in your codes.</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-04-27">Apr 27, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post no-image"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/office-365-sharepoint-online-file-migration-tool/"> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Office 365 SharePoint Online File Migration Tool</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">This is a great, simple and very cheap tool for migrating files from a local network/SharePoint drive to Office 365. Office 365 SharePoint Online File Migration Tool.</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-04-27">Apr 27, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post no-image"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/microsoft-lync-for-mac-2011-update-april-2012/"> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Microsoft Lync for Mac 2011 Update: April 2012</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">The April update fixes issues with: * Problems with Juniper and Cisco clients * AD lockout when Kerberos protocol is used * Various issues that causes Lync for mac to crash or logout Read the blogpost from Microsoft.</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-04-27">Apr 27, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post no-image"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/office-365-new-lower-prices/"> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Office 365 - New Lower Prices</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">This was a pleasant surprise to wake up to. Office 365 – New Lower Prices for Office 365. My favorite Cloud servies just got a lot cheaper. Especially the SharePoint Storage. It’s down 92% in price. Thats something to note. Why is it, that Microsft, only 8 months after launch</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-03-16">Mar 16, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/sharepoint-fba-user-with-secure-stored-passwords/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/10/FBA1.jpeg 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/10/FBA1.jpeg 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/10/FBA1.jpeg 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/10/FBA1.jpeg 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/10/FBA1.jpeg 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/10/FBA1.jpeg" alt="SharePoint FBA user with secure stored passwords" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">SharePoint FBA user with secure stored passwords</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">Symptoms Your are creating FBA users, assigning them the correct rights in SharePoint. The FBA users just can’t log in. You go on with your obvious checklist: * Password: Correct and meets the requirements * Username: Correct * Rights in SharePoint: Spot on. (Hey you the admin and know what your doing.</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-03-11">Mar 11, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post no-image"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/186-2/"> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Quick Tip: Delete extended Web Application</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">Great little tip for deleting all those extended sites.</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-03-09">Mar 9, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/editing-hosts-file-on-a-mac/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/03/skc3a6rmbillede-2012-03-02-kl-18-24-23.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/03/skc3a6rmbillede-2012-03-02-kl-18-24-23.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/03/skc3a6rmbillede-2012-03-02-kl-18-24-23.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/03/skc3a6rmbillede-2012-03-02-kl-18-24-23.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/03/skc3a6rmbillede-2012-03-02-kl-18-24-23.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/03/skc3a6rmbillede-2012-03-02-kl-18-24-23.png" alt="Editing hosts file on a Mac" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Editing hosts file on a Mac</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">Pretty often, I have a need for editing my hosts file on my Mac. Mostly when i’m moving websites between webservers. This is not a problem on a windows machine, but on a Mac, you need to make a few more steps. To editing the hosts file you need</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-03-02">Mar 2, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/why-and-when-to-choose-open-source/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/02/sorry-were-open-sign.jpg 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/02/sorry-were-open-sign.jpg 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/02/sorry-were-open-sign.jpg 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/02/sorry-were-open-sign.jpg 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/02/sorry-were-open-sign.jpg 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/02/sorry-were-open-sign.jpg" alt="Why and when to choose Open Source" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Why and when to choose Open Source</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">It’s never an easy choice and I’m not about to say that either Drupal, typo3, Tangora or SharePoint will solve all your internal collaboration problems, while making coffee. It all depends on what your organisation needs. From time to time I do some consulting for people whos thinking</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-02-28">Feb 28, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/using-datasheet-view-in-sharepoint-when-using-64-bit-office-2010/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2019/09/ag-pvymsbis.jpg 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2019/09/ag-pvymsbis.jpg 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2019/09/ag-pvymsbis.jpg 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2019/09/ag-pvymsbis.jpg 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2019/09/ag-pvymsbis.jpg 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2019/09/ag-pvymsbis.jpg" alt="Using Datasheet view in SharePoint, when using 64-bit Office 2010" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Using Datasheet view in SharePoint, when using 64-bit Office 2010</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">This is a numbers game. Sometimes it can be hard to keep track of all the versions and editions you need to make your everyday work. You have Windows editions, Office editions, SharePoint editions etc. Whenever you play around with 64-bit editions of anything Microsoft-related software you have to be</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-02-27">Feb 27, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/office-365-for-personal-setup/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/02/office365.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/02/office365.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/02/office365.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/02/office365.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/02/office365.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/02/office365.png" alt="Office 365 for personal setup" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Office 365 for personal setup</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">In this of our time of endless heaps of information, most people have a need to process loads and loads of  information. We all have a bunch of passwords, Bookmarks, tips&tricks, tons of email etc. Most people actually need their own personal intranet. This is where I should be</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-02-21">Feb 21, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/blogging-on-sharepoint-vs-wordpress-part-2/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/05/SW.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/05/SW.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/05/SW.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/05/SW.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/05/SW.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/05/SW.png" alt="Blogging on SharePoint vs WordPress part 2" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Blogging on SharePoint vs WordPress part 2</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">[SPvsWP] I tried. I really tried to make good use of SharePoint as my new blogging platform. after 2 months, it still doesn’t feel right. The lack of full screen editing and the feel of a concentrated blogging-platform just got to me. That  and my wish for a more</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-02-18">Feb 18, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/search-results-are-essential-to-your-blog/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/02/googlewood.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/02/googlewood.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/02/googlewood.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/02/googlewood.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/02/googlewood.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/02/googlewood.png" alt="Search results are essential to your blog" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Search results are essential to your blog</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">Just the other day i searched different blogs for som very specific content. Instead of using Google, I went to a blog, used the blogs searchfeature to search for the term “blogging software”. I was trying to locate this: 16 Essential PC Applications For Bloggers. Unfortunately I coulden’t remember</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-02-03">Feb 3, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post no-image"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/datedif-in-sharepoint/"> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">DateDif in SharePoint</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">The function for calculating the difference between two dates in a calculated column in SharePoint, without counting the weekends: =(DATEDIF([Start Date];[End Date];"D"))-INT(DATEDIF([Start Date];[End Date];"D")/7)*2-IF((WEEKDAY([End Date])-WEEKDAY([Start Date]))<0;2;0)+1 </div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-02-02">Feb 2, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post no-image"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/upgrade-object-too-new/"> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Upgrade object too new</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">I recently ran in to som trouble, where my Content af admin database had a newer version than the SharePoint install. The scenario: You are planning to update your SharePoint Foundation 2010. First off, you take a VHD-copy of the SharePoint server and the SQL server, running the enviroment. The</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-02-01">Feb 1, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/blogging-on-sharepoint-vs-wordpress-part-1/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/05/SW.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/05/SW.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/05/SW.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/05/SW.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/05/SW.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/05/SW.png" alt="Blogging on SharePoint vs WordPress part 1" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Blogging on SharePoint vs WordPress part 1</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">[SPvsWP] Backstory For the first time in my 5-6 years of blogging, I’m not using WordPress. I’ve been a WordPress fan since ver. 1.2 and I never used any other platform. The year 2012 is the year, where I try something else. Now I’m consolidation my</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-02-01">Feb 1, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/welcome-to-the-blog/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2012/02/ubo1.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/02/ubo1.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2012/02/ubo1.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2012/02/ubo1.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2012/02/ubo1.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2012/02/ubo1.png" alt="Welcome to the blog" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Welcome to the blog</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">Hi there. This is my very first post on bojko.eu. This is a blog about a great many things. First and foremost its about SharePoint, Cloud technology and Blogging. My three gretest interests. Offcourse I will post a personal note here and there. The blog is as much my</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2012-01-28">Jan 28, 2012</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> <article class="gh-card post"> <a class="gh-card-link" href="/fejl-0x800700df-ved-download-af-fil-via-webdav/"> <figure class="gh-card-image"> <img srcset="/content/images/size/w300/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 300w, /content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 720w, /content/images/size/w960/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 960w, /content/images/size/w1200/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 1200w, /content/images/size/w2000/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png 2000w" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" src="/content/images/size/w720/wordpress/2013/06/SPServer2010Logo.png" alt="Fejl 0x800700DF ved download af fil via WebDAV" > </figure> <div class="gh-card-wrapper"> <header class="gh-card-header"> <h3 class="gh-card-title">Fejl 0x800700DF ved download af fil via WebDAV</h3> </header> <div class="gh-card-excerpt">I SharePoint bruger man ret tit WebDAV til at håndtere filer. Vil du gerne flytte rundt på filer, via WebDAV der er større end 50 Mb, kan du komme ud for at du får en fejl. Windows WebDAV klient (Stifinderen) kan som standard kun håndtere filer der er mindre end</div> <footer class="gh-card-footer"> <span class="gh-card-author">By Ulrich Bojko</span> <span class="gh-card-footer-sep"></span> <time class="gh-card-date" datetime="2011-08-02">Aug 2, 2011</time> </footer> </div> </a> </article> </div> </div> </div> </main> <footer class="gh-foot gh-outer"> <div class="gh-foot-inner gh-inner"> <section class="gh-subscribe"> <h4 class="gh-subscribe-title">Subscribe to 365HQ</h3> <div class="gh-subscribe-description">Don't miss out on the latest news. 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