Category: SharePoint

  • Connect-PnPOnline: unwanted credential caching

    Problems with the Connect-PnPOnline PowerShell CmdLet caching credentials while using the UseWebLogin parameter. See the fix!

  • Microsoft accounts: sign out URLs

    Need to “force” sign out of a Microsoft account? The following URLs should help: Organisation account (e.g. Office 365 or other Microsoft services): Your primary address Microsoft account (e.g. SkyDrive, Xbox, LIVE,, or other Microsoft services): Your primary address Hotmail

  • Office 365 Service Health

    Need to check the health of your Office 365 Tenant and Services? Here are some links that may help…

  • SharePoint Online Permissions

    Overview of SharePoint Online’s “out-of-the-box” permissions: Permission Restricted View Read Contribute Edit Design Full Control Can view pages Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Can view list items and documents Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Download documents No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Can add, update and delete list items and documents No No […]

  • SharePoint ‘Site Content and Structure’ Admin Page

    SharePoint ‘Site Content and Structure’ Admin Page … don’t let that get in the way of useful functionality.

  • Troubleshooting SPFx Webparts: Useful Links

    Based upon the App Catolog (Catalogue) being configured with the following URL: https://<tenant> Apps for SharePoint A catalog to store apps for SharePoint https://<tenant> Client Side Assets A library to store client side assets https://<tenent> Client Side Component Manifests A list to store client component manifests https://<tenent>

  • Finding the site template for a SharePoint site

    Need to quickly find the site template for an existing site? Don’t want to use PowerShell? Well you’re in the right place, here’s how to do it with favourite web browser. Navigate to the reliant SharePoint site using your favorite web browser (e.g. Google Chrome) Open the development tools (e.g. for Chrome, press [F12]) Click […]

  • SharePoint: Content and Structure Report for All Checked Out Files

    Ever wondered why a file or page was not showing up in search or did not updated during a deployment? Well perhaps it was because the “creator” had not checked-in their file or published the page… SharePoint has a useful page called Site Content and Structure which can be used to review the following out-of-the-box […]