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SharePoint 2013: Delete Read-Only Site Column

SharePoint: Delete a Read-Only Site Column Today I was asked a very interesting question, which turned out to have a simple solution. A user had created a custom content type and wanted to delete one of the site columns, but she could not click on the column. The column was apparently set to read-only. That’s
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The BPA Solutions Web Part Portfolio (Pt 2): BPA xRM Changes How Users View Data in SharePoint

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  • August 22, 2014
  • by David Lohnes
  • BPA, SharePoint 2013, Web Parts,
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In my last post I introduced Fusion’s partner for almost two years running, BPA Solutions, a SharePoint application publisher that has created a significant improvement on the native SharePoint user experience by developing a series of interrelated web parts that it packages together into a platform on which it builds business applications. Fusion sells BPA’s premade applications, but
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In this installment of our continuing series on SharePoint disaster recovery planning, we will consider Microsoft’s third DR option: Hot Standby. Microsoft describes a Hot Standby DR procedure as follows: “In a hot standby disaster recovery scenario, you set up a failover farm in the standby data center so that it can assume production operations almost
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In this installment of our continuing series on SharePoint disaster recovery planning, we will consider Microsoft’s second DR option: Warm Standby. Microsoft describes a Warm Standby DR procedure as follows: “Virtualization provides a workable and cost effective option for a warm standby recovery solution. . . . You can create virtual images of the production
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SharePoint 2013 Disaster Recovery (Pt 2): The First Option – Cold Standby

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  • May 30, 2014
  • by David Lohnes
  • disaster recovery, SharePoint,
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In my last post, we took a look at why every production SharePoint farm urgently needs a tested disaster recover plan. Beginning with this post, we’re going to take a look at the three SharePoint DR options that Microsoft lays out and consider the advantages and disadvantages of each. The first option is what Microsoft
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Recently we had a client come to us for help with SharePoint 2013 disaster recovery. The requirement was straightforward. They have two datacenters in two different cities; one is their primary; the other is their secondary. They wanted to have a tested SharePoint disaster recovery plan in place that would guarantee restoration of SharePoint functionality
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The SharePoint 2013 Cache Service: A Crash Course

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  • March 25, 2013
  • by David Lohnes
  • SharePoint, SharePoint 2013, SharePoint 2013 Administration, SharePoint Administration,
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The Distributed Cache service is a new piece of SP 2013 architecture that has the potential to wreck your deployment. Here’s some helpful information I gathered while installing a six-server production farm for one of our enterprise clients. What is the Distributed Cache service? The Distributed Cache is just that–a single RAM cache distributed across
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