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Route SharePoint Email from non-prod farms to mail enabled group or SP list.

Why do we need to route emails coming from SharePoint DEV & TEST farms to mail enabled group or SP list. This includes both Nintex and SharePoint alert mails.  Where this can be useful: When carrying out testing for SharePoint alerts or Nintex workflows to confirm delivery of emails to users – this email routing will help validate this. When ...

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SharePoint 2013 Upgrade Process – Part 2

Continuing on the SharePoint 2013 upgrade process from previous post, we will see some considerations and commands while planning upgrading content databases to SP 2013. When you have upgraded to SharePoint 2013 from SharePoint 2010 the sites are still in 2010 format. The sites themselves have to be updated as well. Farm Administrators can run the command “Request-SPUgradeEvaluationSiteCollections”  This creates ...

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SharePoint Content database – maxsitecount and warningsitecount – PowerShell

Quick Help Script: How to set the maxsitecount and warningsitecount  on a content database either after the upgrade or migration or even after moving the content database from different farm or web application. Add-PSSnapin microsoft.sharepoint.powershell $dbs = get-spcontentdatabase -webapplication https://webapplicationname foreach($db in $dbs.name) {Set-SPContentDatabase -Identity $db -MaxSiteCount 1 -WarningSiteCount 0}

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Shredded Storage in SharePoint 2013

What Is Shredded Storage: Shredded Storage is going to help us with BLOBS (Binary Large Objects). It’s reduces the network IO by shredding the document into smaller pieces and reassembling when someone requests it. It reduces the amount of data saved in content databases. It decreases the amount of network traffic between the web servers and the SQL servers. Allows ...

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