PowerShell – Great for Documentation

Today, I needed to quickly make some documentation for a client to show them how many content databases they have and the total number of site collections that currently exist in their environment. PowerShell came to the rescue beautifully and helped me solve the problem. Continue reading “PowerShell – Great for Documentation”


Getting User Information for Access Web Database

This past week I began exploring some of the capabilities in the new Access Web Database template. This template allows you to create a no-code database and upload it to a SharePoint 2010 server — thus allowing business users to quickly create and host small databases for business related tasks.

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