This article assumes you’re going to move an exisiting piwik website from one server to another.
In this post I’ll show you how to enable a new file type in SharePoint.
The goal is simple, for the KeePass database file it should be possible to open them the same way as it works for office documents in SharePoint.
As part of the user provisioning process in my company every user account gets an Office 365 license.
2 days ago in the after noon I’ve created an new user account, synced it with DirSync and applied an new Office 365 E1 license.
When I’ve tried access the SharePoint Online website via ADFS SSO, I received an error message like this:
So far Micosoft doesn’t offer the same amount of cmdlets to manage a SharePoint Online instance as they do for an on-premise installation.
As many other SharePoint administrators I can’t wait to get new cmdlets. Luckily Jeffrey Paarhuis recently published a project on Microsoft Codeplex and showed how simple it is to manage a SharePoint installation just with client-side libraries and functions.
Seconds later I’ve migrated his functions into my project: https://github.com/janikvonrotz/PowerShell-PowerUp
I’ll introduce you the new: