During an Active Directory migration, problems with SharePoint People Picker in the SharePoint environment can occur. Duplicate entries for user accounts are being displayed. You can correct the view with a configured filter.
The search-component of SharePoint 2010 is one of the central ones and needs individual adaption after installation. When not individualizing the search, all components of the “search topology” will be installed on one server. Microsoft recommends distributing these components across servers to guarantee a load sharing and reliability. With small to medium SharePoint farms the […]
One of the basic principles of an Active Directory domain migration is the access to resources in the source domain based on SIDHistory information of the migrated user-account or group. The SID of the object in the source domain is written into the SIDHistory attribute of the object in the target domain. This enables the […]
Event ID 10016 – Solving the DCOM Security Policy message in SharePoint 2010 step-by-step. In the last half year we designed and built a 3-step SharePoint 2010 environment for a major customer who asked us to run a SPRaaS (SharePoint RAP as a Service) by Microsoft. As usual, the findings are collected in an Excel-table […]
For the configuration of a Microsoft Online Tenant in the Microsoft Cloud (e.g. for Office 365) you need additional Powershell modules.To get them, just install ‘SharePoint Online Management Shell’.I want to introduce you Connect-MsolService and how to troubleshoot the Error “Unable to authenticate your credentials”
We are currently working on a project including the implementation of SharePoint 2013. During the provisioning of the SharePoint search we faced several errors. Luckily log files are created containing the error messages. With their help we found the errors and solved them. There is a tool for the analysis of SharePoint log-files with which […]
How to deal with SharePoint service accounts? The following questions always come up at the beginning of a SharePoint project: Which accounts are needed? When does it make sense to use dedicated accounts for special tasks? Which permissions are necessary? Who does really need the right ‘logon as a service’?
With SharePoint 2010 you can manage multiple tenants on one SharePoint farm. And you can limit the user circle for SiteCollections to the Active Directory structure. Specify an organizational unit (OU) users must be joined in to have access to the Site Collections. 5 steps tutorial to multi tenancy for SharePoint.
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