Category Archives: Configuration

Register Self-Signed Certificate

If you’re setting up your development environment for writing provider-hosted SharePoint add-ins, you need a register the SharePoint IIS certificate with the remote web used by the add-in(s). A quick and easy way to do this is to register a … Continue reading

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Provider-Hosted Development Setup

Setting up a development environment for SharePoint is relatively straight forward when it comes to on premise solutions. Everything is running on the same server and normally on one IIS website. Moving to a hybrid model, be that either SharePoint … Continue reading

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Fine Grained Permissions in 2013

Setting item level permissions was straight forward in SharePoint 2010, you selected the items you wanted to break inheritance on and selected the Permissions item. When moving to SharePoint 2013 and trying to do the same thing, to a lot … Continue reading

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Loopback Check and 401.1 Error

SharePoint Short #18 If you’re developing a web service for SharePoint, or trying to access one of the SharePoint web services, through server code and get a 401.1 Unauthorized exception, it’s worth checking if the status of the loopback check, … Continue reading

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