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Resolving Issues with Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) or Green Ethernet

Migrate files with folder structure to SharePoint 2013 document library using PowerShell
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If you run Sharepoint 2010 in one forest, users in another forest and a 1-way forest in-place.  There is some additional configuration needed in Sharepoint 2010.  I included …
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In this demo, we walk through the process of copying user files located in user-dedicated file shares to Office 365 and OneDrive for Business. Thomas Wicker ...
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26 handy Windows PowerShell scripts can help you retrieve information about lists, libraries, files, and pages contained in your SharePoint 2010, SharePoint 2013, or SharePoint 2007 installation.
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Microsoft announced it was bringing an integrated OpenSSH client to Windows in 2015. They’ve finally done it, and an SSH client is hidden in Windows 10’s Fall Creators Update. You can now connect to an Secure Shell server from Windows without installing PuTTY or any other third-party software.
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Storage Spaces in Windows 10

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Defining RAID Volumes for Intel® Rapid Storage Technology

Describes the function, advantage, and use of RAID levels 0, 1, 5, 10, Matrix RAID, and RAID-Ready.
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You have a Single Server farm and would like to migrate SharePoint server to a new domain Old Domain: FABRIKA.CONTOSO.COM New Domain: CONTOSO.COM Step 1: Preparations before migrating servers: 1.Check if the SharePoint Central Administration’s Application Pool is running under Network Service or u...
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Troubleshooting Event ID 5010 — IIS Application Pool Availability

With this event you will get a message stating, “A process serving application pool ‘%1′ failed to respond to a ping. The process id was ‘%2′.”  When an Event ID 5010  appears in your system log and WAS is the source, you can be assured of two things.  The first is that a worker proce...
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Documenting configuration settings is important both so that you can create scripted deployments for your environment and so that you can quickly re-create a set of configurations if a failure were to occur.
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SharePoint patching demystified

After release of SharePoint 2013 August CU I received many emails and blog comments which showed that there is lots of uncertainty related to SharePoint patching. Especially the difference between the terms Cumulative Update and Server Packages (also known as "Uber" package) seems to be unclear. Usi...
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Information and announcements from Program Managers, Product Managers, Developers and Testers in the Microsoft Virtualization team.
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This week at Microsoft Ignite, we unveiled the latest innovations for SharePoint and OneDrive, including powerful integrations across Office 365, Windows and Azure. Innovation in the cloud drives tremendous business value, and it delivers new capabilities to the IT professionals who work tirelessl.....
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A Web site based on SharePoint Team Services™ from Microsoft® is built on top of both the Microsoft FrontPage® Server Extensions and a Microsoft SQL Server or Microsoft Data Engine (MSDE) database in what forms a three-tier application. The client tier is the Web browser or Microsoft Office® XP clie...
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At Ignite 2017, we announced the next wave of innovation coming to SharePoint communication sites to provide more design control with layout and content expression, social engagement with promotion, commenting and likes, and increased visibility on how your content is being used. You can create co.....
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This is the first blog post in a series I’ll write over the coming months called Pushing the Limits of Windows that describes how Windows and applications use a particular resource, the licensing and implementation-derived limits of the resource, how to measure the resource’s usage, and how to diagn...
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Microsoft's official enterprise support blog for AD DS and more
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