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My Experience Configuring Cloud Hybrid Search Service Application for SharePoint

In this post I’ll talk through my personal experience deploying the new cloud hybrid search service application for SharePoint 2013 (also available in SharePoint 2016). By no means am I an expert on this topic (especially in many of the supporting technologies such as AAD Connect, AD FS, etc.) but this is more meant to increase exposure to this new offering. For an overview of cloud hybrid search and more information about actual implementation (which I will refer back to later) please read through ......

PowerShell Script to Enumerate SharePoint 2010 or 2013 Permissions and Active Directory Group Membership

In this post I will present a script to enumerate SharePoint 2010 or 2013 permissions across the entire farm down to the site (SPWeb) level. As a bonus this script also recursively expands the membership of any Active Directory (AD) group including nested groups which you wouldn’t be able to find through the SharePoint UI. History Back in 2009 (over 4 years ago now) I published one my most read blog posts about enumerating SharePoint 2007 permissions. I finally got around to updating that script ......

The Power of PowerShell and SharePoint: Enumerating SharePoint Permissions and Active Directory

<Update 2013-07-01> This script has been updated for SharePoint 2010 / 2013. Please see my updated script and blog post at PowerShell Script to Enumerate SharePoint 2010 or 2013 Permissions and Active Directory Group Membership. </Update 2013-07-01><Update> Posting code didn’t format as well as hoped. Download the below script here. </Update> For those of you who are SharePoint admins or developers but have never dug into the SharePoint API or PowerShell, I would recommend ......