Office Groups are the center of many team collaboration things. You can add guest to an Office Group and share the OneNote notebook and document library with the guests. Sometimes you want to share 1 folder or 1 document with an external user. Or you want to share a document with an anonymous link. You need some PowerShell […]
One of the cool things on Office 365 are the Office Groups. By default everyone can create an Office Group using the web interface, the apps or by using Outlook. You can disable this behavious via some PowerShell scripts that you can find here. With those PowerShell commands you can do some other cool things […]
Today I needed to set some permissions to >1000 items in a list. For some reason the Author of each items needed Read permissions. That was no longer the case on most items. I created a PowerShell script to do this: Have fun using this!
Sometimes you need to do something that is related to SharePoint. Today I needed to convert a bunch of Word documents to PDF documents. I could have written an application to do this but I wanted to try it with the help of PowerShell. It is really easy to achieve this with a script:
When you have a list with a lot of items it can be hard when you have to update the items. You can use Powershell to do this. The following snippet shows you how you can do this: $SPAssignment = Start-SPAssignment $SPWeb = Get-SPWeb "https://servername/site" -AssignmentCollection $spAssignment $SPList = $SPWeb.Lists["verlof"] $spQuery = new-object Microsoft.SharePoint.SPQuery $camlQuery […]