Run PowerShell Script as Administrator (Elevated Privileges) by Default

It’s a common SharePoint Administrator’s pitfall – Forget to run PowerShell script using “Run as Administrator” option, failing so could lead to many *weird* issues while running PowerShell scripts in SharePoint, such as: “The local farm is not accessible. Cmdlets with FeatureDependencyId are not registered.”. Solution: The solution is pretty simple! Just…

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Create New Custom List in SharePoint using PowerShell

Requirement: Add custom list to SharePoint using PowerShell. PowerShell to create a New List in SharePoint: Are you looking for a way to create a list in SharePoint using PowerShell? Look no further! This blog post will show you how to use PowerShell to create a new list in SharePoint. This can…

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SharePoint 2013 Patch (Service Pack-CU-Hotfix) Installation Guide – Step by Step

So you want to maintain your SharePoint environment healthy, secure, stable, and up to date by installing the latest patches? Well, this article walks through the various steps involved in installing patches for your SharePoint 2013 environment. SharePoint 2013 patching best practices Before proceeding, let’s consider some of the best practices for…

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SharePoint 2013 / 2016: Specific User Permission Analysis Report using PowerShell

Analyzing SharePoint permissions for a particular user is often a common task in SharePoint administration. Generally, How do we check what permissions a user has on SharePoint content? By getting into the site or list settings page and checking permissions for the particular user, isn’t it? Well, You may want to analyze…

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SharePoint Online: Activate a Feature using PowerShell

Requirement: Activate a feature in SharePoint Online site collection using PowerShell Solution: In SharePoint On-Premises, We use the Enable-SPFeature cmdlet to activate/enable features. In SharePoint Online, there is no such cmdlet available through PowerShell to activate the feature. But we can utilize the Client-Side Object Model (CSOM) to activate features in SharePoint…

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How to Hide Column Headers in SharePoint List View Web Parts using CSS, jQuery?

I was looking for some ways to hide SharePoint list view column headers today. Here are my findings: You can use CSS to hide column headers Use JavaScript/jQuery to Hide column headers You can edit the page in SharePoint designer and remove column headers Hide Column Headers of All List View using…

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