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What’s in that patch? April 2017

NOTE – PDF format updated to include both SharePoint 2013 and 2016 notes.

 

Ever wondered what fixes are inside of a given CU?   Please see attached PDF with full detail. I wanted a new format for easy reading.   Show management and make the business case for why downtime should be taken to apply CUs.  Also posted at http://sharepointupdates.com/

If you found this helpful, please leave a comment.   

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What’s in that patch – Apr 2017.PDF

Many ways to query AD users

There are multiple good PowerShell options to query an Active Directory user object.   Below are three code snippets which all locate an AD user.   Cheers!

 

Option 1- Get-ADUser Login

 

Option 2- Get-ADUser Filter

 

Option 3 – LDAP Directory Searcher

 

Option 4 – DSA.MSC

  1. Open Active Directory Users and Computers.
  2. Right-click the domain object and select Find.
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  1. Active Directory Users and Computers Select Find
  2. Click the drop-down list next to Find, and then select Custom Search.
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  1. From the next screen, select the Advanced tab.
  2. Type the appropriate LDAP statement under Enter LDAP query.

 

Option 5 – LDP.EXE

  1. Download from https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=15326
  2. On the Browse menu, click Search.
  3. The Search dialog box opens.
  4. To search for all users that have a first name of John and a last name of either Smith or Jones, type the following in the Filter field:
  5. (&(objectClass=user)(givenName=John)(|(sn=Smith)(sn=Jones))))
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References

Download all Documents in a Library View

The PowerShell below will download all documents in a given SharePoint Document Library view to the local folder.   This can be safely run on end user Windows PC and does not require SharePoint server access or object model.    The design relies solely upon HTTP to discover the list of Document URLs then HTTP to download the binary content.    Simple and straight forward. 

Just edit the URL and GUID number on the first 3 lines and you’re ready to run.   Alternatively, you can supply those values via CMD parameter like this:

Enjoy!

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Custom Web Part – Save settings to SPList (without jQuery)

Ever wanted to code a JavaScript content editor (script editor) web part that saves settings to a list?   Without jQuery?

The library below “wp-settings.js” does exactly that with native XHR (XML HTTP Request) and nested callback to invoke REST API.   The free standing POJO (Plan Old JavaScript Object) design enables us to package into a web part gallery and use freely across any site without preparation work to ensure jQuery, Angular, or other dependent frameworks are loaded.

Look at the “webpart.html” to see example usage pattern:

  • wpsRead()  Get settings (if any)
  • wpInit()  Local web part initialize
  • wpsWrite()  Save settings (UPDATE/INSERT)

 

Cheers! 

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