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February 2011 Entries

Slides, Scripts, and Photos from SharePoint Saturday New Orleans 2011

This weekend I presented “Managing SharePoint 2010 Farms with PowerShell” at SharePoint Saturday New Orleans. This was my first time visiting New Orleans so I was excited for the experience. A big thanks to everyone who attended my session. I condensed the material a little but the slides and scripts below have additional material that we couldn’t cover. Let me know if you have any comments, questions, or feedback. Thanks. Slides and Scripts Managing SharePoint 2010 Farms with PowerShell Photos Pictures ......

SharePoint Designer 2010 Workflow Email Link To Item

<Update: 2015-06-15> My colleague Joe Rodgers pointed out that the below steps do not work in SharePoint 2013 style workflows. As it turns out there was an issue with the link that was generated for the “Workflow Context: Current Item Url”. This issue is addressed in the SharePoint 2013 June 2014 CU (requires Service Pack 1 or the March 2013 PU). See below for more details. </Update> In this post I’ll walk you through the process of sending an email that contains a link to the current ......

Slides, Code, and Photos from SPTechCon San Francisco 2011

Note: Updated 2/12/11 with links to both presentation materials. This past week I presented two sessions at SPTechCon San Francisco 2011. The first session was “The Expanding Developer Toolbox for SharePoint 2010” which . Thanks to all of my attendees for this session. They had so many great questions that we ran out of time before covering all of the planned material. Especially for them I’ve provided the slides and code samples to walk through them on their own. The second session was “Real World ......