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ADFS as Identity provider for SharePoint 2010 Claims site – Part II

This blog post is continuation of Part I which explains how to configure ADFS as Identity provider for SharePoint. In this blog I will explain the remaining 2 steps: Step 2: Configure a Claims based Web Application The configuration of a claims-based SharePoint web application can be achieved using Windows PowerShell. The steps to be…

Lock Site Collection or make a it read-only in SharePoint

If you are planning to migrate a site collection in SharePoint to a newer version or simply lock site collection for some maintenance, you can do it through Central Administration. Remember this is possible only at site collection level. Go to Central Admin -> Select Application Management -> Under Site Collections select Configure quotas and…

Upgrade Classic mode SharePoint 2010 web application to Claims mode SharePoint 2013 web application

In this post i will explain the steps we need to follow to upgrade classic mode SharePoint 2010 web application to claims mode 2013 web application. This is not the only available approach. There are many ways to do achieve that, but this is the one which worked without any hassles for me. Step 1:…

Schedule Powershell Script to run on a windows server using Task Scheduler

Here are the steps to Schedule Powershell Script to run on a schedule in any windows Server. 1. Open Windows Task scheduler from Administrative tools. 2. Right click on Task Scheduler Library and Select Create a task. 3. Under General tab, Enter the name of the task and update Security options. 4. Click on Change User…

Remote BLOB Storage (RBS) with SharePoint 2013 and SQL Server 2012

RBS functionality allows documents and files of size larger than specified limit to be stored in a separate storage drive or device other than content database. This is very useful feature to effectively store large files or documents without rapidly increasing your content database size. As specified in TechNet, RBS does not increase the size…