As announced in my previous blog post, ReverseDSC Gets a Face Lift, there have been major improvements done to ReverseDSC over the past few months. While we are still analyzing our options to make beta versions of both SharePointDSC and SharePointDSC.Reverse in the PowerShell Gallery, I’ve decided to make beta versions of the modules available […]Read More SharePointDSC and ReverseDSC Betas
ReverseDSC for SharePoint is getting a User Interface! That’s right, you’ve read correctly, a GUI for the script based SharePointDSC.Reverse. This GUI is completely built using PowerShell (which is part of why it looks like its 1995 all over again), so all you need to do is download the script from GitHub (soon to be […]Read More ReverseDSC for SharePoint Gets a Facelift
I just finished presenting a session at SPTechCon Boston which I entitled “VSTS, ARM and DSC for SharePoint 2019 – A match made in heaven“. The session had a very small number of attendees, which made me wonder if the audience I was trying to target with the session even existed in modern enterprises. Off […]Read More IT Pros Need to Get on the Software Development Lifecycle Right Now!
The moment we have all been waiting for is finally here: the SharePoint 2019 Public Preview is finally out! Today, we are very proud and excited to bring you a first preview version of SharePointDSC 3.0 which will fully support SharePoint 2019. The SharePointDSC 3.0 branch is available for download on our main GitHub repository […]Read More Introducing SharePointDSC Support for SharePoint 2019
This week, I had a client of mine ask me to provide them with details regarding what happens to a user’s profile in SharePoint when the user is deleted from Active Directory. After doing a few tests in my lab to get to the bottom of the question, I decided to write this blog post […]Read More User Profile Automated Removal when User is Deleted from Active Directory