I’m Speaking at JaxFISG on the Basics of PowerShell for SharePoint

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Basics of PowerShell for SharePoint

This coming Tuesday, November 3, I’ll be giving a presentation at the Jacksonville Florida IT Server Group (JaxFISG) on the Basics of PowerShell for SharePoint. We’ll go over some of the basics of getting started with PowerShell for SharePoint and time permitting look at a few more advanced topics around various task you can automate. I would love for you … Read More

I’m Speaking at JaxSPUG on PowerShell and Office 365

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This coming Thursday, October 22, I’ll be giving a presentation at the Jacksonville SharePoint Users Group (JaxSPUG) on PowerShell and Office 365. The title of the session is “Getting Started with PowerShell for Office 365” with the primary focus being SharePoint Online. We would love for you to join us! Head on over to http://www.jaxspug.org/getting-started-with-powershell-for-office-365/ to view more details about … Read More

Join me in Orlando for Live360 and Win!!

Ben Steginkpowershell, Speaking2 Comments

Here is your chance to join me for a session or two on PowerShell and and SharePoint AND win an awesome prize! I’ll be presenting two sessions at the Live!360 Conference in Orlando November 16 – 20. The two sessions are: Automating SharePoint On-Premises Tasks with PowerShell Getting Started with PowerShell for Office 365 Both of these sessions will be jam … Read More

Add InfoPath CSS to all Forms, Farm Wide

Ben Steginkpowershell, SharePoint 20132 Comments

I know…InfoPath is Dead, and then alive again, probably soon to die again, but there are still a lot of people that use it. This comes out of a fundamental problem with InfoPath forms in SharePoint and IE11. Multiline test boxes will wrap words right in the middle of the word rather than rolling words down to the next line. … Read More

I’m Speaking at Live! 360 on PowerShell and SharePoint

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I’ll be speaking at Live! 360 Orlando, November 16-20 with two sessions on PowerShell and SharePoint from an IT Pro perspective (although the session will have something for everyone). Unfortunately though, I’m not Chuck Norris, so I won’t be writing PowerShell on Windows NT 3.1. However, these will both be demo heavy sessions with nowhere near 50 or 60 slides … Read More

Moving my PowerShell Script Repository to Github

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This is still very much a work in progress, but I wanted to get it out there so people that are interested can check it out and give feedback. I’ve started moving my PowerShell script repository to GitHub (that are free from specific client information) from the OneDrive Folder they were in – https://github.com/benstegink/PowerShellScripts I’m hoping to accomplish a few … Read More

Deleting an Azure Hard Drive with PowerShell

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The other day I had an issue deleting on of my VMs Old Hard Drive from Azure via the GUI in the browser. So, what did I do, my favorite, write some PowerShell. So, just a quick post on the steps you can take if you want to delete an Azure .VHD in PowerShell. Download and Install the Microsoft Azure … Read More

Incoming Email Stuck in Drop Folder? PowerShell to the Rescue!

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I had a weird issue a few months back working with incoming email in SharePoint 2010. I went through the whole process of enabling incoming, setting up the proper connectors in Exchange, and creating a list with an incoming email address. Everything appeared to be configured and working properly. However, emails were getting stuck in the drop folder on my … Read More