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You are in a maze of twisty SharePoint passages

Tue 15 Apr 2014, 12:20 PM



by Ben Langhinrichs
Or rather, I am. And they are not all the same, but rather all are different, and in many different ways.

After a long, long hiatus while Midas LSX 5 was finished and released and CoexLinks Fidelity 3.5 was finished and released, I am back to working on SharePoint. It is an adventure (see what I did there?), but after installing piece after piece, I have the SharePoint Online Management Shell working and connected. Next on the agenda is trying out creating a new site through the shell, followed by batch creation of a new site using Import-CSV followed by... dinner, I hope.

At least, the detailed information about my sites helps. (Leonard, hold up your Sarcasm sign) This seems the equivalent of  Rubbing the electric lamp is not particularly rewarding.



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What has been said:


1088.1. Eric Mack
(04/16/2014 01:01 AM)

Wave the magic wand in front of the fissure or use the magic word in the cottage! Great memories


1088.2. Doug
(04/19/2014 07:45 PM)

Annoy the dragon until he chases you.

Run until he loses interest.

Repeat until he sees himself in the giant wall of ice, thinks it's another dragon, becomes enraged and flames the wall. It melts and the passage to SharePoint is opened.