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How and Why I created the O365 Data Retriever Tool

Today’s post is a bit different. I’m not going to share how to do this in SharePoint, or that in...

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Retrieve Site Policies in SharePoint Online using PowerShell PnP

Site Policies in SharePoint can be used to have a better governance as the platform is growing. Storage is expensive,...

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Create Site Collections in SharePoint Server using PowerShell and an XML file

We have so many different ways to achieve something using PowerShell. In this blog post, we’ll have a look at...

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Create a SharePoint Taxonomy using PowerShell PnP and XML file

Today is all about SharePoint taxonomy with PowerShell PnP! In a nutshell, taxonomy is a hierarchical group of term sets...

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Create the Word Automation Service Application in SharePoint Server (GUI & PowerShell)

The Word Automation service application in SharePoint Server performs the conversion of documents supported by Microsoft Word. Not a very...

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Create the Content Type Hub in SharePoint Server (GUI & PowerShell)

Today’s post will be a bit long. But at the end, you’ll understand what is the Content Type Hub, its...

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Create the Search Service Application in SharePoint Server using PowerShell

One of the most important service application (in my opinion), and maybe one of the most complex as well, is...

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Retrieve all subsites and sub-subsites in SharePoint Online using PowerShell PnP

Short blog post for today is about getting all your subsites & sub-subsites for a specific Site Collection within your...

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Create the Managed Metadata Service Application in SharePoint Server (GUI & PowerShell)

The most common examples for metadata are “data about data“, or “info about info“. And that’s obviously true 🙂 In...

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Disable “LoopBackCheck” for SharePoint Server

One thing that’s frustrating when you do testing, or studying with SharePoint, is having to enter your credentials every time...

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