In this post I show you a simple PowerShell script to retrieve Managed Account Passwords for SharePoint 2010 / SharePoint 2013. This is actually a repost and I do not want to claim any credits for this post - see the original here by Jason Himmelstein (<= thank you!!!). Why do I repost? I never find the PowerShell when I need it, even tho I have it in my almighty OneNote!
In this article I will show you how to create SharePoint 2010/2013 Search Content Sources with a handy powershell script and why you should care. This is my 100th blog post and therefore it has to be something with SharePoint Search - something good. I had the idea for the script on my mind for quite a while now, but there was no project and no time to create it - until now.
This is a last minute call for SP24 - The free 24h worldwide SharePoint conference – the free 24h worldwide SharePoint conference starts today/tomorrow and I am presenting! STARTING TODAY Register for FREE now (it is not too late) and skip lunch, breakfast – or what every you are doing and be part of the great community event! 1 month ago you had to pay at least $1,500.00 to see some of the speakers – again SP24 is free!