• The search box shows up on the top left of your pages. The new search box in the modern UI is context specific. If you navigate to a library, and type in the top left search box, it will search through the current […]

  • There are different display templates for all types of results. You have display templates for word documents, web pages, links, images, etc.. etc…

    The bold text is whatever the SharePoint Search Index finds […]

  • Thanks for the screen shots. Without being able to debug, my first instinct is that your client secret has expired. Here is a link about this issue. […]

  • Can you post a screen shot? This error is 99% an ASP.NET error, which means it wont show up in your ULS… This is the standard generic error in a Visual Studio Project Template. Did the original developers have […]

  • When Publishing using Add-SPSolution and Install-SPSolution via PowerShell, it doesn’t matter. A timer job will pick up the solution and propagate the changes to all other servers.

    The term scope is a bit […]

  • Instead of using “Assign Task”. You could just create a new item in the task list and assign it to the person. This will not fire off an email.

  • Thanks for the question. First and foremost I’d like to bring up the idea of not using C# for your webpart. Farm Solutions are no longer the “best practice” way to be building webparts in your SharePoint […]

  • A simpler approach would be to just have another view in your InfoPath form, that you switch to when someone clicks submit, -> Switch View “Thanks”. Without custom coding, I do not believe it is possible to […]

  • Did you enable publishing? What you would do, is enable Site Collection Publishing and this will allow your ROOT site masterpage to be used on the subsites. You shouldn’t be moving your masterpage from the root […]

  • Best to describe it using personas.

    Me: OneDrive + Delve
    You: Teams Sites – Think of using this for collaboration. Small amount of contributors, but large amounts of consumers. Say an ‘HR’ site. May have a […]

  • Multiple ways to do this. But I agree with option 1 as your best option. Not only does it handle permissions easier, but it will scale better than trying to keep everything under 1 site collection.

    Each school […]

  • Hi George, depending on version it may be different. Have a look at this link https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Understanding-query-rules-8ca2588d-9dc7-45aa-90a4-428d4d695d07?ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US

    At […]

  • Hi Ken,
    You may have better luck using Chrome. IE is going to return this as an XML feed. If you open this up in Chrome, you’ll see the XML Load.

    I would start with that URL. When you see XML show up, move to […]

  • Hi there Looks like you are trying to pull StatusedDateId which, internally is the ID field of the lookup column. You want to try and pull the field name followed by the properties you want.

    For example. Lets […]

  • Hi Larry,
    You should try using asterisks instead of percentages. Supported wildcards are *,? and []. Here is a link Paul provided […]

  • I do not believe this is possible. I think you’ll always be an owner if you are a Tenant Admin.

  • You need to use a sync tool to sync your accounts to SharePoint.

    Azure Active Directory can sync Ldap v3.  But I think is being phased out in favor of Azure AD Connect.

    Have a look at these links and let me […]

  • You sound like you are on the right track using BCS and the external content type. Can you tell us what error you were receiving?

  • Hey Ken,

    Here is a decent post. https://weblogs.asp.net/ricardoperes/looping-through-list-items-in-sharepoint-2013 The key pieces are the $filter (you’ll want to filter by project title).

  • Hi Ken,

    Are these documents related? If so, are they always created together (possible use of a document set?). You’ll have much better luck in SPO instead of SharePoint 2007 because of increased flexibility […]

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