In this hint, I will show How to get the RegistrationId template list for a SharePoint custom action via Power Shell.
If you try to create a custom action via Visual Studio in SharePoint 2010 / 2013, you will note that there’s a tag called RegistrationId.
Continue reading “Get the RegistrationId template list for a SharePoint custom action via Power Shell.”
In this hint, I will show
- How to open a SharePoint link via SharePoint Modal Dialog (SP.UI.ModalDialog.showModalDialog)?
- How to redirect to another page when the SP.UI.ModalDialog is closed?
In a SharePoint Modal Dialog, I want to open a Central Administration URL, Once I clicked on close button at Modal Dialog it should redirect to external page URL.
To be like this
In the previous article, I have already explained How to solve this health analyzer issue
Accounts used by application pools or service identities are in the local machine Administrators group
But unfortunately, when I tried to change the distributed cache service account via Central Administration, by following:
- Go to Central Administration > Security > Configure Service Accounts.
- On the Service Accounts page > Select Windows Service – Distributed Cache.
- In the “Select an account” list > Choose an appropriate account for this component > OK. I got the following error
Distributed Cache Service does not support this operation from Central Administration. Please use Sharepoint Powershell commandlets
In this hint, I will explain How to change the Distributed Cache Service account using SharePoint PowerShell Cmdlets by following the mentioned steps below: Continue reading “Distributed Cache Service does not support this operation from Central Administration. Please use Sharepoint Powershell commandlets”
In SharePoint 2013 Central Administration, I observed that the Health Analyzer has raised the following security warning
“Accounts used by application pools or service identities are in the local machine Administrators group”
When I tried to browse a SharePoint Portal, I got the following error:
500 - Internal Server Error
Cause: Continue reading “500 – Internal Server Error in SharePoint 2013”
In my scenario, I have
The desired as follows
If I navigate to this URL “http://epm”, It should be pointed directly to web application URL.
In this article, I will demonstrate How to map an internal URL to be associated with a web application public URL by performing the following:
- Configure alternate access mapping via Central Administration.
- Configure SharePoint Site Bindings.
- Configure Hosts file
- Disable loop Back Check
- Add “A” record on DNS server for your URL
Finally, I’m gonna show some alternate access mapping considerations.
Steps: Continue reading “A real scenario for Configuring Alternate Access Mapping inside SharePoint Server 2013”