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Retrieve UninstallStrings to fix installer issues


Recently I have encountered several installer related issues on my machine. Most of them seemed to be caused by insufficient privileges.
This kind of issue can be usually fixed by running the installer “As Administrator”. 247 more words

PowerShell

Update Projects Sites' Write Security Option Through PowerShell

Following will iterate over all the sites within the specified site collection and updates specified lists’ write security.

#Change these variables to your site URL and list name

$site = Get-SPSite http://dhldepmweb01/PWA

$listName1 = "Assumptions and Constraints"

$listName2 = "Risks"

$listName3 = "Issues"

$listName4 = "Projects Dependent On This Project"

$listName5 = "Projects On Which This Project Depends"

#Walk through each site in the site collection

$site | Get-SPWeb -limit all| ForEach-Object {

write-output("")

#$_.Title

if(!($_.Title.ToLower().Contains("template") -or $_.URL.ToLower().Contains("template")) -And !($_.Title.ToLower().Contains("Business Intelligence Center") -or $_.URL.ToLower().Contains("Business Intelligence Center")))

{

write-output("Checking site:"+$_.Title + " URL: "+$_.URL)

#Get the list in this site

$list1 = $_.Lists[$listName1]

$list2 = $_.Lists[$listName2]

$list3 = $_.Lists[$listName3]

$list4 = $_.Lists[$listName4]

$list5 = $_.Lists[$listName5]

if($list1.WriteSecurity -eq 1 -Or $list2.WriteSecurity -eq 1 -Or $list3.WriteSecurity -eq 1 -Or $list4.WriteSecurity -eq 1)

{

#$_.URL

#Either of the following would work

write-output($list1.Title+": "+ $list1.WriteSecurity)

$list2.Title+": "+ $list2.WriteSecurity

$list3.Title+": "+ $list3.WriteSecurity

$list4.Title+": "+ $list4.WriteSecurity

$list5.Title+": "+ $list5.WriteSecurity

#write-output("about to update")

#Make the list changes

$list1.WriteSecurity = 2

$list2.WriteSecurity = 2

$list3.WriteSecurity = 2

$list4.WriteSecurity = 2

$list5.WriteSecurity = 2

#Update the list

$list1.Update()

$list2.Update()

$list3.Update()

$list4.Update()

$list5.Update()

#write-output("Site updated")

write-output("Site Updated")

}

Else

{

#write-output("Site already updated")

}

}

Else

{

write-output("Template or Explicitly defined Site not updated: "+$_.Title +" URL:"+$_.URL)

}

}

#Dispose of the site object

$site.Dispose()
SharePoint

Deleting List Items Through PowerShell

Use the following to delete items older than the specified date in CAML below and limiting to 500 all together.

$site = new-object Microsoft.SharePoint.SPSite("<a href="http://dhldepmweb01/PWA">http://dhldepmweb01/PWA</a>")

$web = $site.rootweb

$list = $web.Lists["Project Server Workflow Tasks"]

$caml='<Where>

<Leq>

<FieldRef Name="Created" />

<Value IncludeTimeValue="TRUE" Type="DateTime">2015-12-31T02:32:20Z</Value>

</Leq>

</Where>'

$query=new-object Microsoft.SharePoint.SPQuery

$query.Query=$caml | Write-Output

$items=$list.GetItems($query)

$listItemsTotal = $items.Count;

$count=0

#Limiting the deletion till 500 count

for($x=$listItemsTotal-1;$x -ge 0 -And $count -le 500; $x--)

{

$items[$x].Delete()

$count++

}

$web.Dispose()

$site.Dispose()
SharePoint

Creating a List with powershell and CSOM

Below you will find a script which is creating Lists in SharePoint (2010,2013 and O365) from a CSV file.

Create a csv file with the following Colomns: 275 more words

SharePoint 2013

External IP Address hack - PowerShell

Creating an Azure SQL DATABASE requires that you create a firewall rule to allow access from your external IP address i.e. the one assigned to your router by your ISP. 386 more words

Azure

MIM 2016: Get a list of All attributes bound to an Object

Okay, we can get this information via the GUI in the Schema management section in the Portal but you can’t do an export! So the only option is to PS. 96 more words

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