SharePoint Content Type IDs – How to Find / Create?

SharePoint Content Type IDs – Reference: Here is the reference for SharePoint 2010 Parent content type id format: Content Type ID  System 0x  Item 0×01  Document 0×0101  Event 0×0102  Issue 0×0103  Announcement 0×0104  Link 0×0105  Contact 0×0106  Message 0×0107  Task 0×0108  Workflow History 0×0109  Post 0×0110  Comment 0×0111  East Asia Contact 0×0116…

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SharePoint Content Databases Size – Storage Report using PowerShell

Requirement: Get content database size in SharePoint using PowerShell How to check SharePoint content database size? Have you ever wondered how to get the size of a content database in SharePoint? Well, This post will demonstrate how to get the size of a content database in SharePoint using PowerShell. As noted by…

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SharePoint Site Template IDs Reference

When you create SharePoint sites, you’ll be picking a relevant template from a number of available ones. So, SharePoint makes it easier rather than developing everything from the scratch. If you create a SharePoint site/web using PowerShell, You need the template code or id to provision. How to get SharePoint Site/Web Templates…

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PowerShell Basics: Your Quick Reference Guide!

PowerShell has become one of the most pivotal technologies for IT professionals and system administrators working in the modern enterprise landscape. PowerShell allows you to easily automate repetitive tasks, improving overall productivity and providing more time to focus on higher-value tasks. Whether you manage on-premises Windows servers or cloud infrastructure on Azure,…

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How to Backup/Restore IIS in SharePoint?

IIS backup is the vital part in SharePoint disaster recovery. SharePoint in-built backup mechanisms (either STSADM or Central Admin Backup Wizard) doesn’t touch IIS at all. In IIS6 under Windows Server 2003, this configuration data was maintained in a database known as the IIS Metabase. With Windows Server 2008 and IIS7, the…

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SharePoint SubSite Size Storage Report

SharePoint 2010 offers nice storage reports with sub-sites. Go to: Site actions > Site Collection Administration >  Storage Metrics to determine the size of SharePoint subsite Get SharePoint Subsite Size with PowerShell: how to check SharePoint subsite size? We Can use PowerShell to get subsite size. Here is the PowerShell script to…

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How to Change the URL of the SharePoint List or Library?

Requirement: Change the List or Document Library URL in SharePoint. Another interesting question: How do you change the URL of the existing List or Library in SharePoint? The end-user named a document library “2011 Goals & Results” at the time of list creation, and in the URL, it came as “2011%20Goals%20%20Results.” Now,…

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How to Install PowerShell in Windows Server 2003?

Need PowerShell in Windows 2003?  Install “Windows Management Framework core” which includes Windows PowerShell 2.0. You need to have SP2 or later in Windows 2003. Go the KB: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/scripting/windows-powershell/install/installing-the-windows-powershell-2.0-engine?view=powershell-7.1, download and install the appropriate KB for your environment (such as x64, x86) Once installed, you can access PowerShell  from Start > All…

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