With SharePoint 2013, User Profile Synchronization has got something real cool and new, well actually the feature used to exist within MOSS 2007 J . Good old connection back to your AD to import users without any of the around the bush, lets fool FIM requirements. This import was just perfect and it always worked. If I had a dollar for every customer that I have come across on SharePoint 2010 complaining about User Profile Synchronization, nothing I would still be here doing SharePoint 2013. Continue reading
This normally happens via a SharePoint timer job named User Profile to SharePoint Full Synchronization. It’s described function is:
“Synchronizes user information from the user profile application to SharePoint users and synchronizes site memberships from SharePoint to the user profile application”
Well for whatever reason, it wasn’t doing that. To correct the issue, there can be a couple fixes:
Make a change to one of the fields via Central Administration like Title. Save this change, then re-open the profile and set it back to what it’s supposed to be. This will sometimes force the sync to run properly.
Remove the user from the site collection and re-add them
This is what did it for me. To do this, perform the following: Continue reading
It’s rare to come across an organization (typically mid or enterprise size) that doesn’t have Sharepoint deployed. Continue reading
Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 is for smaller organizations or departments looking for a low-cost entry-level or pilot solution for secure, Web-based collaboration.
SharePoint Foundation 2010 is the new version of Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services. It is the essential solution for organizations that need a secure, manageable, web-based collaboration platform. SharePoint helps teams stay connected and productive by providing easy access to the people, documents, and information that they need to make well-informed decisions and get work done. Use SharePoint Foundation to coordinate schedules, organize documents, and participate in discussions through team workspaces, blogs, wikis, and document libraries on the platform that is the underlying infrastructure for SharePoint Server. Continue reading
SharePoint Designer 2010 is the Tool of Choice for the Rapid Development of SharePoint Applications.
SharePoint Designer 2010 is the tool of choice for the rapid development of SharePoint applications. Using SharePoint Designer, advanced users and developers alike can rapidly create SharePoint solutions in response to business needs. Advanced users can compose no-code solutions that encompass a variety of common scenarios, from collaborative sites and web publishing to Line-Of-Business data integration, business intelligence solutions, and human workflows, leveraging the building blocks available in SharePoint in an easy to use environment. In addition, developers can use SharePoint Designer 2010 to get a quick start on SharePoint development projects. Continue reading
SharePoint Server 2013 is designed to help you achieve new levels of reliability and performance, delivering features and capabilities that simplify administration, protect communications and information, and empower users while meeting their demands for greater business mobility. Continue reading
After integrating Office Web Apps Server 2013 with SharePoint Server 2013, a OneNote shared notebook will automatically be created upon creation of a Team Site. We can use this notebook to apprehend and share information.
Here are the steps we could follow to change the look of a SharePoint 2013 site:
1. From the Site Settings action menu, click the Change the Look link.
To configure SharePoint 2013 to use Office Web Apps Server, you must run one or more Windows PowerShell cmdlets from SharePoint 2013. After you run the necessary cmdlets, users can open Office files from SharePoint 2013 document libraries in a browser. Continue reading