A good practice is to move IIS off the system drive to another such as D: Ok, so you tell your Server guys but they miss out on an important step such as updating the registry to the new D:\inetpub… location. You dont check this since you think they know what they are doing and [...]
I was asked to generate a list of SharePoint sites and their sizes via powershell and notify certain people via email. Here is some powershell that generates a html file with all the site collections in your farm and the sizes in MB and then emails it off to different people. Unfortunately, at this point [...]
Here are the steps involved in adding a second crawl server can be done via the Central Admin or PowerShell. This is perfect if you need a second crawl server for redundancy. The following steps will allow you to add this second crawl server to the existing topology and adding it to the existing crawl [...]
I have been living and breathing SharePoint 2010 PowerShell the past two months. During this time, I have created PowerShell scripts to prepare the farm, install SharePoint 2010, install and provision all service applications with their custom database names solely with PowerShell. This is on a multi-server SharePoint 2010 environment. So my scripts had to [...]
Here are some (over 400) PowerShell™ commands for SharePoint 2010! These can be run remotely (Powershell 2.0). Stsadm will still be functional in SharePoint 2010. Powershell is not DOS based. Its .NET based. Windows PowerShell™ is the new command-line interface and scripting language specifically designed for system administrators that will be used for Microsoft® SharePoint® [...]
Expand your web server – Free IIS features – URLrewrite, URLrewritevideo streaming, Powershell, URLScan and more!
IIS has greatly changed since I did my MCSE in Windows NT4.0! I did the MCSE+I in the year 2000. The I stood for “Internet” which was essentially IIS. Now we have IIS 7 and 7.5 and is now built on an open & modular architecture that allows you to customise and add new features [...]
SharePoint 2010 is the first version of SharePoint technologies in which Microsoft supports administration through PowerShell scripts. In SharePoint 2007, farm administrators use a command-line utility named STSADM.EXE to run interactive commands from the console window and to write DOS-style batch file scripts to automate common administrative tasks such as creating, backing up or restoring [...]