Category Archives: SharePoint 2010

Simple Browser Settings for “Single Sign On”

This is a topic that I’m being asked about more and more frequently, so that’s a great reason to write a post!  There are issues that crop up, multiple annoying authentication prompts, and even issues and errors with MS Office (and InfoPath) integration with SharePoint.  The best part about this browser setting, is that it gets rid of your authentication

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Internal Company Newsletter Using SharePoint

This is a very simple trick, and it can be done with any version of SharePoint such as 2007, 2010, or Office 365. I see a lot of companies send out newsletters to their employees, and sometimes they actually pay for services such as MailChimp or Constant Contact, in order to send out those newsletters.  In this post, I’ll show

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Dynamic Excel Web Part

In all versions of SharePoint and Office 365, the Excel Web Access web part has been around for years.  It is part of the enterprise version of these products.  Web part connections can be created on pages in SharePoint, to send information between web parts. The requirement in this scenario is that a department has a bunch of spreadsheets in

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Business Solution: New Hire Onboarding

Every Wednesday at 11 AM Central time, some colleagues from Rackspace and I do a live YouTube / Google Hangout broadcast called SharePoint Power Hour. Recently, I did a series of videos where I outline a single business process in detail.  I decided that a New Hire Onboarding process is a very common scenario, so that’s what I decided to

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