Category Archives: Configuration

Today we live in a world of of “Services”, The real deal is have focus on a Service and integrate our products. Microsoft AZURE It’s a really example of this new way of making global deals, innovate, learn and execute..

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After the recent CU Update for SharePoint 2016, there is some points to keep in mind. You downloaded and installed Description: KB 3118289 – Update for SharePoint Server 2016 September 2016 (language independent) KB 3118295 – Update for SharePoint Server 2016 September 2016 (language dependent fixes) For Office Server KB 3118299 – Update for Office Online Server 2016 September 2016 Download Download Update for SharePoint Server 2016 September 2016 (language independent) Download SharePoint Server 2016 September 2016 (language dependent fixes) Download Office Online Server 2016 September 2016 PSCONFIG Ensure everything is updated, don’t miss a thing ANY PROBLEM just delete the “-” from “-install” and type again applicationcontent – Copies shared application data (for example, resource files and Web application binaries) to existing Web application virtual directories; installfeatures  – Registers any SharePoint Products and Technologies features located on the file system of this server with the server farm; secureresources  –…

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For my experience, this error may happen in virtualized environments, manly in Azure. There are many workarounds, but I,ll suggest this one: Off-line Install Copy the sxs file from sources “Binaries” Run this PowerShell script (assuming D:\sxs), change last line 2. Download Files in a PC with internet 3. Install Pre files (Servers) 4. Install Roles (Servers) References: REF1 – http://kx.cloudingenium.com/REF2 – https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com  Next Steps: https://autospinstaller.com/

Farm: Capacity planning and sizing.Server acquisition and setup. Deployment. Scaling out, patching, and operations. Backing up data. Maintaining a disaster recovery environment. Server Operating System: SQL ServerSharePoint 2014 Server LicenseSharePoint 2014 Client Access License Design the SharePoint environment on-premises environment: SharePoint farm topology and logical architecture. Server hardware. Virtual environmentLoad balancing.Integration with Active Directory and DNS.Design the disaster recovery environment. Deploy and manage the SharePoint on premises environment: Provision servers. Deploy the SharePoint environment. Update SharePoint farm servers. Add or remove farm servers as needed based on farm utilization.Backup the SharePoint environment. Implement the disaster recovery environment and protocol. Front-end servers: Service applications, services, and components that serve user requests directly are placed on front-end servers.These servers are optimized for fast performance. Batch-processing servers: Service applications, services, and components that process background tasks are placed on a middle-tier of servers referred to as batch processing servers.These servers are optimized to…

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From TechNet we can read “The object cache stores properties about items in SharePoint Server 2013. Items in this cache are used by the publishing feature when it renders web pages. The goals of the object cache are to reduce the load on the computer on which SQL Server is running, and to improve request latency and throughput. The object cache makes its queries as one of two out-of-box user accounts: the Portal Super User and the Portal Super Reader. These user accounts must be properly configured to ensure that the object cache works correctly. The Portal Super User account must be an account that has Full Control access to the web application. The Portal Super Reader account must be an account that has Full Read access to the web application.” The problem is that assigning accounts like SuperUser and SuperReader to your Web Applications is not enough, you need…

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If you don’t want to create a site collection for a Community Site, this is your option: Activate Features over the Site Collection Activate Features over the Web Site   Good Luck 😉

Working with Taxonomy Fields that created in Visual Studio without OOTB, it’s not a peace of cake. You have to follow some rules: In a Feature Receiver, Scoped SITE use the bellow Override Then you have to activate your field  (Bind) to a specific GUID, if you not it become disabled “Grayed” Use class bellow “Taxonomy” For XML Declarative find here you may find other options also Good Luck 😉

This article intent to demonstrate how to automate Configuration and Installation in a DEV Environment The Source  Codeplex Tools for installing and configuring SharePoint 2013 Tools AutoSPInstaller v3 AutoSPInstallerGUI The secret is follow a sequence: Copy SharePoint Binaries, Service Pack’s and Language Packs to folder structure Configure your XML File with AutoSPInstallerGUI Configure Installation Configure Farm Create your Portal App Create MySites App Configure Service Applications Choose to stop the script after install binaries Copy SharePoint Binaries, Service Pack’s and Language Packs to folder structure     Use the correct language code, in my case folder “pt-pt” Configure your XML File with AutoSPInstallerGUI Download tools for a folder and open “AutoSPInstallerInput.xml” Configure Services Bellow is my script that will install and configure MMS UPS Search State Usage and Health Secure Store Subscription Service App Management Work Management Machine Transaction PDF MIME Type Configure Result Script Get here: http://wp.me/a4C9Xq-2e

In some cases you may want to use HTTP instead of HTTPS in your ISS Web Site for consuming in your SharePoint Provider-hosted App. Here how to do it

Part I – On-Premises Provider-hosted Apps – Creating a Task List and Fundamental Configurations Part II – Creating a High Trust relationship between your Web Application and SharePoint 2013 In Order to provide a trusted relation between your Web Application and SharePoint, you must tell that your website created in Part I is secure and can be added to the App Catalog and communicate with your Iframe within the Application Part of your Visual Studio project. Task List Ensure that your have a non “sharepoint\system” user, eg: “DOMAIN\SP_Apps” Ensure that the User is part of the Site Collection Administrator in the App Calalog and Target Sharepoint Site Ensure that the User in the IIS Application Pool for the App Catalog and Target SharePoint Site have Full Control over the folder that have the Certificates Ensure that your GUID in the Powershell Command is in Lowercase, stupid? ya, but can have…

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