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SharePoint My Site Deletion and the Person.aspx Redirect Problem

If you have managed to successfully configure User Profile Synchronization in your 2013 environment (which is a daunting task in and of itself) then at some point you are going to have to deal with the personal sites of users who have been disabled or removed from Active Directory. SharePoint tries to be helpful in […]

Upgrading Content Databases with Duplicate Site Collection URL’s

Anyone who has ever tried to do an in-place upgrade from SharePoint 2007 to 2010 knows what a complete nightmare that process could be; without much effort you could easily destroy a farm and spend endless hours trying to rebuild from scratch. The process was so fragile and prone to failure that in the 2013 […]

Site Provisioning and Governance Assistant for SharePoint

PremierPoint Solutions (formerly SharePoint Solutions) has recently released an updated version of their Site Provisioning and Governance Assistant product for on-premise deployments of SharePoint 2010 and 2013. SPGA is designed to address a common concern in enterprise SharePoint deployments – administrative control over site growth and proliferation. Anyone who has ever tried to contain the […]