Category Archives: SharePoint 2007

SharePoint & Office 365: Simple permissions governance

In SharePoint and SharePoint Online with Office 365, permissions have always been one of the major pain points when it comes to end users, training and adoption. The user interface on the permissions screens, and the complexity revolving around inheriting or breaking permissions, are in many cases quite challenging to grasp.  This post applies to all versions of SharePoint. I

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SharePoint Adoption – Email Admin Perspective

Before I was a SharePoint consultant, I was a server admin at a large hospital system.  Here’s a quick synopsis of how I got started in SharePoint, and some ideas around ways to drive user adoption of SharePoint from an email perspective. I was an Exchange 5.5 and then Exchange 2000/2003 admin for about 9 years.  I was on the

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Get Notified of Workflow Errors

This post applies to SharePoint 2007, SharePoint 2010, and even SharePoint Online in Office 365. This DOES apply to SharePoint 2010 workflows created in SharePoint Designer 2013 (on prem or O365).  This DOES NOT apply to SharePoint 2013 workflows. They store errors very differently, so there isn’t an equivalent solution. There is a way in SharePoint to create alerts based

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