Installing SharePoint 2013 Foundation

Come along with me on a small adventure into the world of free SharePoint. Yes, free! SharePoint Foundation 2013 is technically free (well, included in your existing Windows licenses) and can do a whole lot for you without needing to spend significant amounts of money on Server editions. I am going to walk through a mini-series... Continue Reading →

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My Users Don’t Like SharePoint because they can’t find what they’re looking for! Part 1

This is Part 5 of my series on 'My Users Don't Like SharePoint...' I've actually heard, at a customer site, while the speaker was unaware their SharePoint consultant was in the next cube, the following: Don't put it in SharePoint, you'll never find it again. It broke my heart... A fairy somewhere lost its wings...... Continue Reading →

Effectively reading SharePoint Logs

I don't think anyone actually enjoys reading the SharePoint logs. It can be overwhelming. I've found a few techniques to mastering the logs and finding what you really want, fast. First, you need to crank up diagnostic logging in Central Admin. The default logging levels don't do a good job of reporting everything. So hop... Continue Reading →

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