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Never Stop Windows SharePoint Services Web Application

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If you stop the "Windows SharePoint Services Web Application" it will remove all SharePoint websites along with your customizations from IIS!!! So, Until you are very sure what you are doing, Never stop the Windows SharePoint Services Web Application. In case, it happened already then you have to apply ALL your IIS manual customizations (including Web.config changes, Certificates, IIS Manual changes, etc). This is why Microsoft says "Don't touch IIS". If you Must restart it, then Take the Backup of IIS Metabase and do it.
Never Stop Windows SharePoint Services Web Application Never Stop Windows SharePoint Services Web Application Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on 7:29 PM Rating: 5

Configuring AD LDS-Claims Based Authentication in SharePoint 2010 - Step by Step

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Introduction: SharePoint 2010 provides you with the ability to setup multiple authentication providers, to provide clients or other external parties such as vendors, affiliates etc access to your SharePoint Sites without having to provide them with a Windows Active Directory Account.   This article walks through with step by step instructions on how this can be easily achieved using Windows 2008 R2 Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (AD LDS).   Summary:       Executing this implementation guide will help in: Setting up CBA (Claims based authentication) with AD LDS in SharePoint 2010 extranet environment. Overview:       1.               Adding  AD LDS Server Role    a.        Creating AD LDS Instance    b.       Validate AD LDS instance is running    c.        Un-Install the AD LDS Instance 2.               Connecting to AD LDS Server using ADSI Edit    a.        Adding a User Object &  Setting Mandatory user properties & password
Configuring AD LDS-Claims Based Authentication in SharePoint 2010 - Step by Step Configuring AD LDS-Claims Based Authentication in SharePoint 2010 - Step by Step Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on 3:03 PM Rating: 5

Update all items in a list using Nintex Workflow

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Recently, I had a requirement to update all items in a List based on other list item's change event. So decided to implement using Nintex workflow. Designed the Nintex workflow as this to update all items in list. Here are the details actions in workflow designer: Query the List to get all items: Apply For-Each to loop thru the list items:  Update the list items:  So simple! isn't it?
Update all items in a list using Nintex Workflow Update all items in a list using Nintex Workflow Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on 12:15 PM Rating: 5

PowerShell Script to List All the Users from LDAP

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Wanted to retrieve all the users from a AD LDS based LDAP instance. Code $Dom = "LDAP://<Server-Name>/CN=Users,CN=LDAP,DC=SharePoint,DC=COM" $Root = New-Object DirectoryServices.DirectoryEntry $Dom # Create a selector and start searching from the Root of AD $selector = New-Object DirectoryServices.DirectorySearcher $selector.SearchRoot = $root # Filter the users with -like "CN=Person*". Note the ForEach loop $adobj= $selector.findall() | where { $_.properties.objectcategory -like "CN=Person*" } foreach ($person in $adobj) { $prop=$person.properties Write-host "First name: $($prop.givenname) Surname: $($prop.sn) User: $($prop.cn)" } Write-host "There are $($adobj.count) users in the $($root.name) domain" read-host
PowerShell Script to List All the Users from LDAP PowerShell Script to List All the Users from LDAP Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on 4:07 PM Rating: 5
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