Below is a PowerShell function I wrote as part of a larger script for collating useage statistics from a SaaS environment where it is impractial to know if the database in question will or won’t be one which contains the data needed. By querying the table schema and returning true/false as the output, it allows for its output to be used in an If condition for whether to proceed with running the subsequent queries.
WordPress page load times chronically slow in Azure. Continue reading “Part 1: Speeding up WordPress on Azure”
Quick post on getting started with Chocolatey.
We have a customer who is using Colligo Engage for Outlook, uploading emails to SharePoint Online and tagging them with some additional metadata for other departments to keep track of what is occurring.
All of that is well and good but the name column was just too long to display along with all the other columns in the library view. This is a pretty common problem with long file names and one you can usually solve with users who are uploading traditional files but with this process they didn’t modify the file name Colligo automatically generated.
This post covers creating custom reports from SharePoint lists in Excel by joining SharePoint lists together. It specifically addresses the issues with People Picker and Lookup columns returning the row ID rather than the value. Continue reading “Creating reports from SharePoint lists”
As an active Microsoft partner (The Full Circle) we’ve participated in a number of Early Adopter and Technical Adoption Programs over the years for several Microsoft server products going back to Windows Server 2008.
We continue our commitment to keeping up to date with the latest Microsoft technologies including client O/S’s, the latest being Windows 10 scheduled for RTM in a few weeks time, July 29th
We also use our computers like our customers do – AD domain joined, centrally managed and monitored, etc.
Windows 10 has continued to improve synchronisation across multiple devices and platforms – today’s world includes several clients – Smartphones, Tablets, Desktops, etc.
Keeping user/profile elements such as Themes, passwords, IE favourites & history, etc. in sync is expected by all.
However, in Windows 10 this functionality like in Windows 8, relies on using a Microsoft Account to work.
SharePoint’s user interface can be misleading at times. So when asked how you view previous version of a document without having to make it the most recent version , you’d think you’d just click on “view” and boom, you’d see the earlier version… No. All you get is the Document Properties history.
Here is how it is done.