Monthly archives: October 2012

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Don’t SharePoint While Walking

I’d like to thank Mike Harmon from for sending me this funny video. You can also check this page to read about the injuries due to SharePointing while walking 🙂 [embedplusvideo height=”418″ width=”695″ standard=”” vars=”ytid=aXFp_F5_krY&width=695&height=418&start=&stop=&rs=w&hd=0&autoplay=0&react=1&chapters=&notes=” id=”ep6006″ /] has made it even easier to access SharePoint by making a mobile […]

Changing Site Collection Administrators using PowerShell

Site collections can have two administrators and you can modify them through SharePoint Central Administration. But if you need to change these admins using PowerShell script you can use the following PowerShell function. I filtered site collections with the url to find the appropriate site collection. You can define a parameter […]

Change Farm Level Property Bag using PowerShell

Property bag is simply thw properties of web site, site collection, web application and farm. So in order to interact with the PropertyBags in PowerShell, just use the related object’s Propeties member. In the following example I used the farm object’s Properties member to edit farm level property bag. So you […]

Batch Solution Deploy using PowerShell

Nowadays I’m working on a SharePoint deployment project using Advanced Installer, AutoSPInstaller and custom PowerShell scripts. One of that script deploys a set of solution packages in a given order. Order is important if you have dependencies between the solutions. So I defined  the name of the solutions and the order of them in a xml file. In […]

Solution alternatives to Silverlight “invalid or malformed application check manifest” error

Today while I was working on a Silverlight project, following strange error occurred. [stextbox id=”alert”]Code# 2103 Invalid or malformed application: Check manifest[/stextbox] After some searching on the internet I found some solution alternatives. Namespace Changes In most of the cases this problem caused by namespace changes. When you rename the application and/or […]