Detect if New Folders are allowed in SharePoint List/Library using Lists web service from remote application (works across SharePoint 2007, 2010, 2013)

Today I found myself tasked with finding a common method for detecting if a SharePoint list/library had been configured to allow new folders from a remote client application. The method also had to work across all versions of SharePoint (well at least 2007, 2010, 2013 on-premise and in the cloud). This ruled out using client... Continue Reading →

SharePoint PowerShell How To: Create SharePoint Library Folders for Load/Performance Testing

SharePoint PowerShell How To Series - Foreword I often find myself scratching around the local drive of my development machines for remnants of PowerShell scripts to generate list & libraries in SharePoint with all sorts of different folder hierarchies to test the performance of code I’m working on to ensure it scales well once the folder... Continue Reading →

How to find the Version, Culture and PublicKeyToken of an Assembly (DLL) using PowerShell

In response to a question on my article How to install a DLL to the GAC on Windows Server 2012 using only PowerShell (without having to install SDK or Visual Studio) here’s how you can find the PublicKeyToken for a DLL using only PowerShell. The output of this PowerShell statement will provide the Version, Culture... Continue Reading →

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