SharePoint ULS – Performance Event Filter

Update 6/29: The Filter now contains Event Id’s for larger file upload trouble shooting. I’ve found over the years that the SharePoint ULS logs are an invaluable resource for trouble shooting SharePoint issues. The problem is, the ULS logs are also painful to read and filter through. Even if your farm is small with a…

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SharePoint 2016 PowerShell Cmdlets

In a previous post I listed the SharePoint Online PowerShell cmdlets. Below is a list of PowerShell cmdlets from the Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell PowerShell Snap-in. At first glace there is a shocking difference in the amount of cmdlets available between the 2 products – SharePoint Online (42) vs. SharePoint On-Premises (831). The main reason for the massive…

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SharePoint Online PowerShell Cmdlets

I’m hoping to clear up some confusion between SharePoint Online PowerShell Cmdlets and SharePoint 2010 / 2013 / 2016 Server Cmdlets. Our terminology of SharePoint, SharePoint On-Premises, SharePoint Online, O365, Cloud and Hybrid can cause some administrative confusion for what actions you can and cannot do between the products and where you can perform those…

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Welcome to my blog!

I’m a SharePoint Premier Field Engineer for Microsoft.  This blog will share some of the challenges, discovery and success I’ve had over my years of supporting SharePoint.  You’ll find future posts about SharePoint and anything that a SharePoint User/Administrator/Engineer/Developer/Architect may find useful.  There will be a SharePoint theme but SharePoint is such a broad product, that this…

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