Finally–we’re to the good stuff!
In the first part of this series, we talked about setting the stage with the requirements, and then went on to create the basic staging and production sites, update the retention policies to exclude the staging site, and configure the taxonomy.… [ Continue reading ]
In my previous post on building a video portal with approvals, we started the necessary steps to build an internal video portal for SharePoint online.… [ Continue reading ]
A few weeks ago, a customer asked me for some recommendations around building and curating a video portal for SharePoint Online content. … [ Continue reading ]
Earlier this week, I got a request from one of my readers to re-publish the SharePoint Site Access Report I put together back in July of 2019.
So, I’ve done exactly that. It’s a quick report and has been useful for several of my customers–maybe it can be useful for you, too! … [ Continue reading ]
Now that we’ve configured the nuts and bolts of a connected organization, catalog, and access package, let’s take a look at the user experience!… [ Continue reading ]
Yesterday, I was asked about the eDiscovery process for Private Channels in Teams.
It’s a little bit hairy at the moment, so I’ve included some scripting and examples to help you out with it.… [ Continue reading ]
I was installing a new SharePoint Server 2019 farm and after applying all updates and configuring the SharePoint Products Wizard, I restarted my servers a final time and logged on, only to find that I couldn’t access the SharePoint Products Wizard anymore.… [ Continue reading ]
It’s been coming for a while.
Change is inevitable.
SharePoint Modern UI is here.
And, we’ve begun updating libraries and lists.
Per this link, https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/SharePoint/Update-on-modern-list-tenant-opt-out-removal/td-p/469297, we changed the opt-out methods (from tenant-level to site-level). … [ Continue reading ]