Office 365: New Security Fixes Rolled Out in the Office Suite

Microsoft is scaling up its security services very quickly and is spending $1 billion every year alone on security R&D. So, the Microsoft users – be rest assured! You have chosen a cohesive ecosystem that works to counter the threats and comes up with the feature rollouts to kill vulnerabilities detected time and again. In its recent release in Jan 2018, the update fixes several… Read More

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Reasons Why You Should Be a Part of Yammer Enterprise Social Network

Build A More Connected and Engaged Network for Your Enterprise with Yammer Social Understanding the value of Yammer and why it can help your business grow? Yammer is the fastest growing private social network, working its way into enterprises for better collaboration, faster decision, and team building. Implementing of Yammer brings people together, integrating conversation, content, and data in a particular location. It allows easy… Read More

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Get extract of files modified after particular date from SharePoint library or folder within library (PowerShell script)

Function getFilesWithin($list) { foreach($item in $list.Items) { if ($folderURL -ne “”) { if ($item.Url.StartsWith($folderURL, “CurrentCultureIgnoreCase”)) { $targetFile = $item.file; if ($targetFile.TimeLastModified -ge (Get-Date $lastDate)){ $item.Name + “;” + $item.Url + “;” + “File;” + $($targetFile.TimeLastModified).ToString(‘dd/MM/yyyy’) | Out-File $logWrite -Append } else { write-host -f green “Not changed after given date” + $item.Url } } } else { $targetFile = $item.file; if ($targetFile.TimeLastModified -ge (Get-Date $lastDate)){… Read More

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How to update SharePoint’s Group Owner using PowerShell

#Enter the site URL for which the group owner needs to be updated $webUrl = “http://test.company.com/man” Write-Output “Getting site object” $web = Get-SPWeb $webUrl Write-Output “Success” Write-Output “Getting User Group” $spGroups = $web.groups #Get the owner group $UserGroup = $spGroups | where {$_.Name -eq “User”} Write-Output “Success” foreach($group in $spGroups) { if($group.Name.StartsWith(“User”)) { Write-Output “Updating owner of group – $group” $group.Owner = $UserGroup $group.Update() Write-Output… Read More

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How to Activate MIME Type using Powershell

$mime = “text/html” $webAppUrl = “http://test.company.com” $webApp = Get-SPWebApplication $webAppUrl If ($webApp.AllowedInlineDownloadedMimeTypes -notcontains $mime) { Write-Host -ForegroundColor White “Adding MIME Type “$mime #$webApp.AllowedInlineDownloadedMimeTypes.Add($mime) #$webApp.Update() Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green “MIME Type added and saved.” } Else { Write-Host -ForegroundColor Yellow $mime” MIME type is already added.” }

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Get document wise versions list using Powershell

function Get-DocumentItemVersionsList([string]$WebURL, [String[]]$listName) { [void][System.reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName(“Microsoft.SharePoint”) set-variable -option constant -name out -value “C:\Get-ListItemVersionsList_Output.csv” “Item_ID|Item Title|Item URL|Version Count” | Out-File $out -Append write-host “–IN” $web = get-spweb $WebURL write-host “–Web initiated” $list = $web.Lists.TryGetList($listName) write-host “–List initiated” $listItems = $list.Items; write-host “–List Items Count = ” $listItems.Count foreach($item in $listItems) { $itemTitle = $item[“Name”] $itemURL = $item.Url $itemID = [string]$item.Id $itemVersCount = $item.Versions.Count #write-host “–List Item –… Read More

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