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Convert path-based site collection to host-named site collection – SharePoint 2013

With SharePoint 2013 and Office 365 Host named site collections have become an instant hit.Microsoft introduced a new Powershell command with February 10, 2015 Cumulative update KB2910928  to convert path-based site collections to host-named site collections. First of all,a host named site collection is something which has its own DNS entry and looks like http://host.mycompany.com.…

Migrate admin approved infopath forms in SharePoint

In my recent project, I have to migrate admin approved InfoPath forms in SharePoint 2007 to SharePoint 2010 . Admin approved forms are deployed as features at farm level. They are under 12 hive folder named with GUIDs. After some googling, I found handy STSADM and Powershell commands. Using these commands we can easily package and…

Due to heavy load, the latest workflow operation has been queued. It will attempt to resume at a later time

You might be greeted by this error message ‘Due to heavy load, the latest workflow operation has been queued. It will attempt to resume at a later time‘ sometimes when you check the status of a workflow. If there are many workflows trying to run at same time, SharePoint timer service has to push back…

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:…

SPShellAdmin – Permission to run farm level powershell cmdlets in SharePoint

In order to run PowerShell cmdlets in SharePoint 2010/2013, user should have necessary privileges to SharePoint object model and to SharePoint databases. Even if a user is added as farm admin, he necessarily do not have access to run powershell cmdlets unless user is having SPShellAdmin access. Adding users to this access level, provides the…

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…