Tag Archives: SharePoint

Shrink CrawlStore Database

A useful script for running on your dev\uat environments to free valuable disk space. The crawl store database can grow quite significantly over time. First of all, the PowerShell script: # Load the SharePoint assembly – change the version to … Continue reading

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Workflow App Permissions

With the new 2013 workflows there are a few scenarios that can cause issues which may not be obvious to those coming from 2010. One such scenario is configuring list items to have Create and Edit access set to Create … 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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Configuring SQL Server Whitepaper

I recently came across the following whitepaper for configuring SQL Server to get the best performance from it when used in a SharePoint environment. Download it from here Or view it from here Lots of good information in it and … Continue reading

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Create Site Collection with Content Database

A PowerShell related post today. If you need to create a new site collection and ensure it uses a specific content database, this little script will get that done for you. No messing about in Central Administration disabling content databases … Continue reading

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