Title How to manage the Business Hours of multiple UCC’s with REST, JSON and PowerShell, part #1 (Business) Goal In Anywhere365 you have the concept of Business Hours for individual Unified Contact Centers. Every...
In SharePoint 2013 the right permissions on file locations and registry keys are important. Sometimes you need to know which permissions are set. This article describes how to verify ULS log and Usage log file access via PowerShell.
When you are working with SharePoint 2010 or SharePoint 2013 environments you probably have seen the HTTP Error 503. Service Unavailable error at some point. This article describes how I ran into an issue with a group policy that caused a HTTP Error 503.
Recently I was asked to update a Unified Contact Center Core installation to a new version, in this case 3.0.15073.0. Based on the update article from Workstreampeople I decided to convert all the manual steps to automated steps in PowerShell for Anywhere365.
In SharePoint 2013 there is a concept called Page Layouts. Sometimes you need to know which page layouts are available on a web, for analysis purpose. This article describes how to get the available page layouts of a web via PowerShell.
In Windows Server 2012 you have the ability to change a password from the Windows Security settings. But sometimes this feature can be hard to find if you connect to a Server via a Remote Desktop Connection. This article describes how to open this feature via PowerShell.
In Project Server 2013 you have the ability to create OLAP databases. This can be a very interesting reporting feature to provide more insights on your resources, tasks and projects. This article describes how I ran into an issue with building your OLAP Database in Project Server 2013 in Central Administration.
In SharePoint 2013 there are some changes in how search work. In SharePoint Server 2013, result sources replace scopes and federated locations. This article describes how I ran into an issue with building a new results source in the query builder.
In SharePoint 2010 there is a concept called Service Application Pools. You are able to create Application Pools in IIS via the SharePoint 2010 interface. This article describes how to create those Application Pools in bulk.
In SharePoint 2010 there is a concept called Managed Accounts. You are able to register Active Directory accounts which you can manage via the SharePoint 2010 interface. This article describes how to register managed accounts in bulk.
Recently we began experimenting with the deployment of the Service Manager 2012 Self-Service Portal SharePoint solution to an existing SharePoint 2010 farm. Anton Gritsenko and Travis Wright have written great blogposts on that. But...