Long live SharePoint Server! – SP2019 TAP

At Ignite we announced SharePoint Server 2019. For those of you interested, the highlighted features are below. SharePoint Server 2019 is a comprehensive solution for connected information work that preserves structured processes, compliance, IT investment optimized for the way people work through an easily-managed and integrated platform. Big Bets in SharePoint on-premises 2019 are listed…

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SharePoint and Chrome Provider Host Application (PHA) Cipher Issue (and Firefox)

A customer recently ran into an issue where their SharePoint 2016 ASP.NET provider hosted applications, running on Windows Server 2016, and IIS 10 started throwing crypto errors. In Chrome, we saw “The webpage at https://app-[GUID].sharepointaddins.com/siteURL might be temporarily down or it may have moved permanently to a new address. ERR_SPDY_INADEQUATE_TRANSPORT_SECURITY”. After some research, reading on…

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Strange problems resolving a user account – thanks people picker…

A customer came to me with an odd issue recently. Their customized sites were throwing errors when navigating to document libraries, and few other areas. We cracked open the ULS logs, and ran across the following. (After we repro’ed with ULS logging set to verbose) Looking at the logs,  I noticed a few things. First,…

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Another People Picker Post – SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint 2016

A few years ago, I wrote a post about customizing People Picker settings. I recently referenced that post, and it was a bit dated, and could benefit from a little more guidance. That post was based on SharePoint 2010. (The PowerShell was for 2010. The stsadm commands would work for 2010 and 2013) In SharePoint 2013…

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Workflow Manager and AlwaysOn Disaster Recovery Supportability – Part 2

A few months back, I posted some information regarding support for Workflow Manager and SQL AlwaysOn, that originated from a customer question. I have an update for that post. We just released Workflow Manager CU 4, which adds support for SQL Server AlwaysOn for workflow manager, support for SQL Server 2016 and some bug fixes….

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SharePoint, Office Online Server and Cross farm services support

I recently was asked a few questions I couldn’t find answers to. I’m sharing answers here to help people avoid the process I needed to go through to find the answers. Can I use Office Online Server 2016 with SharePoint 2010? This article gets close to answering the question, but doesn’t include SharePoint 2010. Unfortunately,…

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SharePoint Framework Extensions Coming On-Premises in Feature Pack 2

I was watching the SharePoint Virtual Summit this afternoon, and ran across some information that I didn’t see shared broadly in the last week. At Ignite, we announced that the SharePoint Framework Extensions will be coming on-premises to SharePoint Server 2016 in feature pack 2. Our ETA for this is Fall 2017.

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Confusing OneDrive for Business – sharing files and folders

A customer recently turned me on to this “feature design”.  In OneDrive for Business, (web UX), if you select a file or folder, and then click the “Share” button, you’ll be presented with the ability to share the item with individuals. After doing so, at some point, you may want to remove some of the…

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WARNING: Issue with Trend Micro AV definitions affecting SharePoint

UPDATE: 12/7 – We have released a KB article to provide more information. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3211219 I’ve been alerted to an issue with Trend Micro antivirus scanners causing problems for SharePoint, and reporting SharePoint files as being infected with a virus. Apparently there was an issue with the updates released sometime last night/this am, which flagged SharePoint javascript…

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Workflow Manager and AlwaysOn Disaster Recovery Supportability

A customer recently had a need to build workflow manager in a failover manner with SQL Always On. Russ Maxwell has a post on configuring thisfrom ages ago. After doing a bit of research, it appears that we currently DO NOT support Workflow Manager with SQL AlwaysOn. Stay tuned to this blog post for any updates. UPDATE: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/ronalg/2017/07/13/workflow-manager-and-alwayson-disaster-recovery-supportability-part-2/

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