As a service to my friend the “Pep”, I extended the PowerShell Script in part 4 of this series to allow the toggle-on and toggle-off of Custom InfoPath List forms. 206 more words
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The final post in this series is to create a PowerShell procedure that is passed a URL (pointing to the content type) and does both “Use the default SharePoint Form” and “Delete the InfoPath Form from the server” for all of the Custom InfoPath Forms in a web. 399 more words
Remove Custom InfoPath List Form with PowerShell - Part 3 - Delete the InfoPath Form from the server.
In previous posts, we found lists using custom InfoPath Forms, and reset them so that they would “Use the default SharePoint form”. In this post we want to take it a step farther and “Delete the InfoPath Form from the server”. 257 more words
Now that I know the all of the lists that have custom InfoPath List forms, I want to set them back to the default. In other words, using PowerShell, I want to programmatically click the box that says “Use the default SharePoint Form”. 301 more words
We had to move a site from one site collection to another. It was a site-relative form that was the default template of a form library. 668 more words
I had a customer with a lot of lists that had Custom InfoPath List Forms. We wanted to remove all of the custom list forms and revert to the default form. 356 more words