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Enable Multilingual User Interface (MUI) in SharePoint 2010

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Creating multilingual SharePoint 2010 site is extremely useful when working for global SharePoint deployments. It allows a logged on user to change the language to one of the supported alternate languages configured. All the standard SharePoint user interface elements are translated with this feature. Like:     Ribbons     Site Settings Page     Site Actions Menus     Lists and Site Column headers     Quick Launch Menu     Certain Messages displayed in out of the box webparts Please note: when you switch the language via MUI selector it only translates UI elements, content in the site is not translated. You can use Variations to change the content. More info: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262055.aspx#Section4 Follow these steps to enable multilingual sharepoint 2010 sites Step 1: Download and Install the appropriate Language pack Multilingual support for SharePoint 2010 is provided via language packs. Download and install the desired SharePoint Foudation &a
Enable Multilingual User Interface (MUI) in SharePoint 2010 Enable Multilingual User Interface (MUI) in SharePoint 2010 Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on 2:14 PM Rating: 5

Restore Deleted Site Collection or Subsite from SharePoint 2010 - SP1 or Later

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In SharePoint 2007, There was a wonderful tool from Codeplex: Site Delete Capture http://governance.codeplex.com/ to back up sites automatically when they gets deleted, So that we can restore a deleted site collection in SharePoint 2007. In SharePoint 2010 SP1, Microsoft added instinct support to capture/restore Site collections or Sub-sites on the event of deletion. So, when your sub-sites gets deleted, navigate to Site collection recycle bin and you can find the deleted sites, you will be able to restore from there. SharePoint 2010 recover deleted site What do to when the Site collection itself deleted? How to restore deleted site in SharePoint 2010? To recover deleted site collection in SharePoint 2010, You can use these three cmdlets : Get-SPDeletedSite - Displays list of sites deleted. Restore-SPDeletedSite - Restore a deleted site Remove-SPDeletedSite - To permanently remove the deleted site collection. SharePoint 2010 sp1 restore deleted si
Restore Deleted Site Collection or Subsite from SharePoint 2010 - SP1 or Later Restore Deleted Site Collection or Subsite from SharePoint 2010 - SP1 or Later Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on 6:22 PM Rating: 5

Update Wrong Old URL in SharePoint Alerts on SharePoint Migration or URL Change

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After upgrading from MOSS 2007 to SharePoint 2010, existing SharePoint alerts stopped working and only newly created alerts worked!!! We got to Fix Alerts after SharePoint migration, manually. Tried these trial and errors: Tried editing existing alerts, just changed its Name, It worked! Tried Turning Individual Alert ON and OFF - Yes, Worked! but I've some 1000+ alerts for a Large web application. How about PowerShell? $SPSite= Get-SPSite "http://mySharePoint.com/sites/alerts/" foreach ($spweb in $SPSite.AllWebs) { foreach($alert in $spweb.Alerts) { $OriginalTitle = $alert.Title $alert.Title = "UPDATE: $OriginalTitle" $alert.Update() $alert.Title = $OriginalTitle $alert.Update() Write-Host "Updated Alert" $alert.Title "in"$spweb.url } } But wait, the problem is not fully solved. From the Alert mai
Update Wrong Old URL in SharePoint Alerts on SharePoint Migration or URL Change Update Wrong Old URL in SharePoint Alerts on SharePoint Migration or URL Change Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on 7:44 PM Rating: 5

User Profile Sync not importing AD Users - The management agent "AD-Connection-Name" failed on run profile "DS_FULLIMPORT" because of connectivity issues.

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In a SharePoint 2010 installation that I recently worked, got failures in the log when trying o perform User Profile Synchronization. While debugging, in the Event log, There was a clue: The management agent "SharePoint-MyCompany" failed on run profile "DS_FULLIMPORT" because of connectivity issues. I went through the checklists, guidelines and what I've done, and everyhing looks Perfect, But I had missed one step: Granting Replicate Directory Changes permission on the domain . For the profile synchronization to work, our service account which is being used by UPS should have the “Replicate Directory Changes” permission on a domain. This rights for query changes in the directory. This permission does not allow an account to make any changes in the directory. Refer: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh296982.aspx#RDCdomain So, Here are the steps to fix: Open the Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in On the View menu, click Advanced F
User Profile Sync not importing AD Users - The management agent "AD-Connection-Name" failed on run profile "DS_FULLIMPORT" because of connectivity issues. User Profile Sync not importing AD Users - The management agent "AD-Connection-Name" failed on run profile "DS_FULLIMPORT" because of connectivity issues. Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on 5:40 PM Rating: 5

Extract and Download All Installed Farm Solution Packages (WSP Files) in SharePoint

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There were many solution packages installed in my current SharePoint environment. During a server replacement we noticed that the WSP file for a particular solution is missing in TFS! (Our version control repository!) Thankfully, we have a solution to this issue using: http://archive.msdn.microsoft.com/SPSolutionExtractor . To extract and download all installed solution WSP files, Just execute:   SharePointFarmSolutionExtractor.exe -extractAll c:\SharePointSolutions which will extract all WSP files from installed solutions! Export all Farm Solutions (WSP) from central admin with PowerShell in SharePoint: $dirName = "c:\Solutions" foreach ($solution in Get-SPSolution) { $id = $Solution.SolutionID $title = $Solution.Name $filename = $Solution.SolutionFile.Name $solution.SolutionFile.SaveAs("$dirName\$filename") }   Download farm solution wsp in SharePoint 2013 If you want to download a particular solution, use this PowerShell Script:
Extract and Download All Installed Farm Solution Packages (WSP Files) in SharePoint Extract and Download All Installed Farm Solution Packages (WSP Files) in SharePoint Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on 5:07 PM Rating: 5

How to Embed and Integrate Youtube Videos in SharePoint Content Editor Web Part

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Its a frequently asked question to me, guys asking: "I need to add YouTube videos in my SharePoint  site". In fact it is very simple to implement. So I’m going to walk-through on how to embed YouTube videos in SharePoint, just using content editor web part. 1.    Go to YouTube.com and get to the page where your desired video resides. Right click on the video and choose "copy embed html", it should be something like this <object style="height: 390px; width: 640px"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/TE9TpraPlrE?version=3"><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"><param name="allowScriptAccess" value="always"><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/TE9TpraPlrE?version=3" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowfullscreen="true" allowScriptAccess="always" width="640" height="360"></obj
How to Embed and Integrate Youtube Videos in SharePoint Content Editor Web Part How to Embed and Integrate Youtube Videos in SharePoint Content Editor Web Part Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on 9:02 PM Rating: 5
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