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Change the Site Logo on Web Part Pages

Change the Site Logo on Web Part Pages

I get this question a lot, “How come when we change our site logo for the site collection that it reverts to the default logo on some of our pages?” Well 9 times out of 10, those pages you are referring to are Web Part Pages. Those types of pages have their own logo, and if someone knows the official reason why to this, please say so in the comments. So, in order to keep our site uniform with the…

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Undelete and revert: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for version history

Undelete and revert: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for version history

Overview Transporter Desktop 2.7 introduces a powerful new version history feature, also known as Transporter Versions. This FAQ document provides background information on how it works and what expectations you should have when using it. While simple to use, version history has nuances that will make this FAQ worth your time, such as what happens when sharing a folder or renaming a file. Frequently Asked Questions Q: What is version history? A: version history is a feature that keeps copies of your deleted files and…

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Exporting and Importing a Site, Library, or List using PowerShell

Exporting and Importing a Site, Library, or List using PowerShell

The SharePoint 2010 Central Administration UI is not the only way to export a site, library, or list. SharePoint 2010 provides PowerShell cmdlets to export or even to import them back whenever required. You can even script out these operations to run manually or schedule them with the Windows Task Scheduler to make it run on a scheduled basis. Let’s explore these cmdlets in detail. The Export-SPWeb command is used to export a site, library, or list. The Import-SPWeb command…

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How to change the Farm Service Account in SharePoint 2010

How to change the Farm Service Account in SharePoint 2010

The Following steps describes how to change the Farm Service Account Credentials in SharePoint 2010: complete the following on each server Launch SharePoint 2010 Central Administration (logon as Setup Farm Account) Navigate to ‘Application Management’ In ‘Security’ Section Click ‘Configure Manage Accounts Click Register Managed Account Add the New Account User Name (NEW USER) Password (NEW PASSWORD) From the command prompt execute the following commands on all SharePoint servers REM On First CA Server “c:Program FilesCommon FilesMicrosoft SharedWeb Server Extensions14Binstsadm.exe”…

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