SharePoint – Change User Profile Picture for Multiple

In this post I will show how to change User Profile Picture for Multiple .

Using Console Application in Visual Studio .Net, I deploy and change picture based on User ID (as custom column in CA from AD):

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SharePoint – Change User Profile Picture for Single

In this post I will show how to change User Profile Picture for Single .

Using Console Application in Visual Studio .Net, I deploy and change picture based on User ID (as custom column in CA from AD):

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Error when trying add new item in the list “Value does not fall within the expected range.”

After SharePoint migration from 2010 to 2013, I faced multiple of strange issue, below is one of them:

I can’t add / edit items in the list, it show below error in red color:

“Value does not fall within the expected range.”

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Unable to open a word or excel document in SharePoint 2013

I was struggling in this error for many days, and Finally I found the solution:

I am using SharePoint 2013 On premises ..we have many excel and word documents stored in different document libraries

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How to use PowerShell to set the Master Page in SharePoint 2010

The master page setting is scoped at the web level, so the first thing I did was use Get-SPWeb to get a variable for the web I want to change. There are two properties that control the master page settings; MasterUrl and CustomMasterUrl. The former controls the master page used to render the System pages (the ones that start with /_layouts) and the latter controls the master page used to render the content pages. This picture helps explain it better:

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