This is a service release containing minor improvements and some bug fixes.
In this blog post we’re focusing on last week’s webinar given by Toni Frankola and Maja Blazek in which they introduced SPDocKit 7 and its new features.
In this blog post, we give you a short summary from last week’s webinar on the topic of SQL Server Performance with SysKit and SQLDocKit. The webinar is hosted by Silvio Rahle, our business development manager, and Frane Borozan, SysKit and.
In this article we’ll be focusing on broken inheritance and unique permissions in a SharePoint environment, and how the lack of central permissions management can lead to a totally messed-up permission hierarchy and security breaches..
Some more news from SPDocKit! Meet SPDocKit Insights—a desktop application through which you can monitor server performance metrics in real time.
Back in 2007, our dear Toni was buried deep in Central Administration doing SharePoint consulting. One day, he decided it was time to create a tool that could do farm documentation for him in just a couple of minutes, instead of spending hours.
News straight from the Acceleratio headquarters! Get more out of SPDocKit’s new, as well as revamped, features for SharePoint Online administration such as:
Failed to connect, CredSSP required by server is an error line returned when trying to connect remotely to a Windows machine using RDP version 6 or newer with the Rdesktop client. It represents a frequent problem for Windows and Linux.
The goal of this webinar was to help our users get the maximum out of using PowerShell for system administration tasks. Combining PowerShell with SysKit is somewhat of a new feature, and knowing its potential, we practically dedicated the latest.
In this blog post, we’re going to go focus on SharePoint clean and how to remove unused users and groups from SharePoint site collections.