Reading Time: 3 minutes. Can’t access a web part page because of a broken web part? Yeah, that’s a classic issue – and it’s nicely ported into Modern world, too! In these cases, web part page maintenance mode comes in handy! There’s a query parameter available for accessing it. For whatever reasons, it’s different for Classic and Modern mode, though. Why make things easy if you can make them dificult, right? :) Posts Related to “Opening a web part page in maintenance mode”:SharePoint-Teams -integration using a tabThe Scary Anatomy […]
Reading Time: 6 minutes. Debugging SharePoint On-Premises configuration issues is the best thing since sliced bread, right? This post is about allowing/enabling Anonymous Access to a site collection – a simple configuration, that “simply works” like once every ten times you try it.
Reading Time: 5 minutes. A quick heads-up – if you remove the root site (or RootWeb, like it’s called in the code) of your classic SharePoint Site Collection, that’s going to cause you some grey hairs. It might even, in some rare cases, be unrecoverable! Why? Whereas you can always restore a normal site from the site collection recycle bin, the root site you can’t. You actually can’t access the recycle bin after removing the root site, nor can you make magic happen with PowerShell commandlets anymore. The Recycle […]
Reading Time: 4 minutes. If you’re working on SharePoint deployments, and aren’t familiar with SharePoint Search Query Tool, you’re probably doing something wrong. Or you’ve gotten a really troublefree tenant and simple requirements.. :) At least for technical issues, it’s the #1 tool for debugging what’s in the index and what isn’t. This blog post describes how to use it to investigate SharePoint Online Search index issues. This blog post is about using SharePoint Search Query Tool to investigate search index issues in SharePoint Online. First of all, you […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes. In this post I instruct a simple way to stop SharePoint (either on-premises installation or SharePoint Online) from redirecting to MySites or Delve. The normal behavior is, that this happens when users click any name of a user anywhere in SharePoint. This is often not desired, and sometimes just confusing or impractical. Problem If your customers are like mine, a lot of them hate Delve or MySite or both. Or maybe they just are’nt willing to yet adopt Delve. Or maybe they just want to […]