PowerShell Script – list all SharePoint group members

A quick script to query  site collections in a web application for SharePoint group and list all the members of that group and export into an CSV file. In the below example I am looking for “Power Users” group and list all the members of that group

If you are interested in querying all the groups in the site collections and list all the members

You can also write in a single line if you quickly want to query for a single site collection

 

Docave 5 Agent does not start

Issue:
I am receiving the following error when attempting to start the DocAve 5 service on the server.
This issue is specifically for servers which has CRL check issues( no intenet connection or certificate servers not configured)

The DocAve Communication service failed to start due to the following error:
The service did not respond to the start or control request in a timely fashion.

and

A timeout was reached (30000 milliseconds) while waiting for the DocAve Communication service to connect.

Solution:
The solution is to add a configuration file to the Docave Agent bin folder.
e.g: c:\program files\AvePoint\docAve6\Agent\bin

Copy below lines into a file named: DocAveAVPCService.exe.config

This is only effective for Docave 5 agent. Lookout for another post on docave 6 agent steps.

Cleanup user information list and remove users from Site

Recently one of the analyst requested can we cleanup profiles in the User Information List in a site collection as he was looking to create a template out of it. This is an interesting topic because not only this is important for as a template but it is also an extranet site (internet facing) and its a good practice to minimize the user information exposed externally, most of the extranet site collections if not taken care the details can be queried by directly pointing the site collections to the following url’s

http://<site_collection_url>/_layouts/userdisp.aspx?Force=True&ID=20  (change the number to query groups and users and their personal details)

Coming back to the point how to delete user profiles in a site collection, and also cleanup the user information list, check the below powershell.

Note: It also deletes the users and user permission on the site collection.

Another approach to filter and cleanup the user information list below. This remove the groups as well if not filtered by the item.ID while passing the item to remove.

This is a simple post to achieve what I am looking and there is a potential to corrupt your site collections, I had taken care to test in my DEV farm. This has been tested in sharepoint 2010 sp1 only.

The below posts can help you further on this topic.

http://www.sharepointdiary.com/2012/04/delete-users-clean-up-user-information-list.html

http://blog.falchionconsulting.com/index.php/tag/set-spuser/