In this post we will look at options to set a Custom Page as Home Page in SharePoint 2013 site.
The following table describes the user profile properties that are automatically mapped when you import user profiles from Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS).
|When you upgrade from SharePoint Server 2010 to SharePoint Server 2013, the user profile mapping property WorkEmail retains the default mapping to mail (that is “WorkEmail” maps to “mail”), however when a new synchronization connection mapping property is created in SharePoint Server 2013, the new mapping defaults to the ProxyAddress property (that is, “mail” maps to “ProxyAddress”). After the upgrade process has been completed successfully, the mapping properties can be manually changed based on your organizational requirements.
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Since SharePoint 2007, we have been introduced to different “Theme” engines within SharePoint. The idea behind the theming engine is great but is often underused. In other words, whether you are using the out-of-the-box Master Pages or created your own, Power Users can apply “Themes” to the core HTML that is the Master Page and change the look of their sites. In SharePoint 2013, the Theming Engine has been reworked once again, but this time making it much more accessible to everyone. You may find the option under “Change the Look” from the Site Settings. Continue reading “Create a SharePoint 2013 Theme using Color Palette Tool”
Any information contained in any list can be exported to Excel. This includes the following Out of the Box web parts:
- Custom List
- Discussion Board
- Document Library
Yes, you can also export document libraries (metadata, not the actual files) to Excel, since they are also lists.
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Knowing about limits such as number of supported users, storage quotas, and file sizes will help you to get the most from SharePoint.
Limits in SharePoint Online in Office 365 plans
The tables presented here include current SharePoint Online plans, as well as SharePoint Online for Office 365 Midsize Business, Office 365 Small Business, and Office 365 Small Business Premium that are no longer available for purchase. Limits are included here for customers who are still using those plans. Continue reading “SharePoint Online software boundaries and limits”
Below Video helps you installing SharePoint 2016 Standalone (Single Server Farm).
The video goes through the following on Windows Server 2012 R2:
– Renaming your server (00:00 – 04:08)
– Create a new primary partition (04:08 – 10:05)
– Installing SQL Server (10:05 – 31:44)
– Creating a domain controller (31:44 – 39:36)
– Installing SharePoint Prerequisites (39:36 – 42:11)
– Installing SharePoint 2016 (42:11 – 47:42)
Click Here to view the video.