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    • SharePoint 2013 Tips, Tricks and Lessons Learned Dennis Bottjer SharePoint Solution Architect
    • Introductions Dennis started his career, years ago, as a help desk professional for an architecture firm and experienced, first hand, the struggle of small business & technology. Through that experience and his education in MIS at OU, he gained a keen skill as a developer & a passion for designing business applications. Over the course of 10 years, Dennis moved on to work for several corporations and Fortune 500's like Bank of America, leading teams to develop SharePoint & custom software solutions on a much larger scale. Today, Dennis spends the bulk of his time consulting with ThriveFast's diverse clients. Occasionally, he'll take the night off to attend or speak at a conference or event like 'SharePoint Saturdays' or to read a good book. Leadership: President of the Tulsa SharePoint Interest Group. @DBottjer DennisBottjer.com Dennis.Bottjer@thrivefast.com
    • Agenda  PowerShell  General  Performance
    • Where is my STSADM?
    • SharePoint PowerShell  Fact: Not If, When.  Why use?  Use ISE  Additional Tips & Demos
    • Why Use PowerShell? 1. 2. 3. 4. It’s repeatable, across farm and environments Documentation Power of .NET Get rid of Ugly Guids (DB Names)
    • No Editor, Just Command Prompt? Use the ISE
    • Issue: PowerShell Doesn’t Know SharePoint Solution: 1. Use the SharePoint Management Console (PS) 2. Use Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.Powershell EA 0
    • Save Me…
    • SharePoint General  Suite Bar Updates  Hide the Quick Launch  Hide the ‘Recent’ Heading  Run Config Wizard from Command Line  Employee Pics from AD  Open in Windows Explorer
    • Issue: Suite Bar Text Reads “SharePoint” Instead of Company Name Solution: $wa = Get-SPWebApplication “http://WebAppURL” $wa.SuiteBarBrandingElementHtml = "IncWorx Consulting" $wa.Update()
    • Issue: Hide The Quick Launch With CSS Solution: Insert this code into a Script Editor Webpart <style type="text/css"> #sideNavBox {DISPLAY: none} #contentBox {MARGIN-LEFT: 0px} </style>
    • Issue: Hide The Recent Heading Solution: 1. Make a copy of the default master page. 2. Add a reference in your Master Page to the most recent jQuery.min.js. 3. Next, search for the tag in your master page. Inside that tag, place this bit of code: $(document).ready(function() { var recentLi= $("#ctl00_PlaceHolderLeftNavBar_QuickLaunchNavigationM anager div ul li").filter(function(index) { return $("span span", this)[0].innerText == "Recent"; }); if (recentLi != undefined) { recentLi.hide(); } });
    • Issue: Running SharePoint Config Wizard GUI Fails Solution: psconfig -cmd upgrade -inplace b2b -force -wait
    • Issue: Employee Pics Stored in AD Aren’t Showing on Profiles Solution: Update-SPProfilePhotoStore CreateThumbnailsForImportedPhotos 1 – MySiteHostLocation http://my.company.com Note: Run as Admin
    • Issue: Open in Windows Explorer Doesn’t Work on My Server Solution: 1. Add Desktop Feature 2. Restart Server 3. Make sure webclient Windows Service is running
    • Help, SharePoint is Slow…
    • SharePoint Performance  Set Search Performance Level  Rebuild Indexes  SQL Statistics  Automatically Detect Settings  Set DB Auto Growth
    • Issue: SharePoint Environment is Unbearably Slow Solution: Is noderunner.exe is running and using tons of memory? Run: (SharePoint Management PowerShell) Set-SPEnterpriseSearchService -PerformanceLevel Reduced
    • Issue: SharePoint Environment is Unbearably Slow Solution: SharePoint does not exist without SQL Server and SQL Server Indexes become fragmented. 1) Establish a Maintenance Plan that rebuilds your indexes. 2) Use T-SQL to script the Rebuilding of Indexes Example: http://bit.ly/GSYMAW
    • Issue: SharePoint Environment is Unbearably Slow Solution: 1. Rebuild Indexes (See Previous Slide) 2. DO NOT Enable Auto-Create Statistics
    • Issue: Document Viewing and Uploading is Slow Solution: In IE Disable “Automatically Detect Settings.” 1. In Internet Explorer, Go to the upper right corner and click on the Gear: 2. Then select Internet Options Tab, and choose the connections tab as shown below: 3. Click LAN Settings: 4. Uncheck the first check box “Automatically detect settings” if this is checked, and click ok on all open screens. 5. Close and Re-Open Internet Explorer.
    • Issue: SharePoint Ignores the Model DB and Auto Growth is Enabled by Default Solution: 1. Set autogrow to a fixed size, not percentage. 2. Set fixed size based on expected total database size.
    • SharePoint 2013 Tips, Tricks and Lessons Learned Thank You! Dennis Bottjer @DBottjer www.DennisBottjer.com Dennis.Bottjer@thrivefast.com