SharePoint PowerShell Locate Libraries with specific Columns

Here’s a little PowerShell Script I wrote to list all Document Libraries that contain a specific Column. I have specifically checked to see if the BaseTemplate is a library, however you can remove that part of the script and look for all Lists or a specific List type e.g. announcements or calendar. It can be easily modified to display other details using these documents as … Continue reading SharePoint PowerShell Locate Libraries with specific Columns

SharePoint Powershell List Column Queries

I recently had the need to locate all list columns in a SharePoint site of a particular data type. My first thought was someone must have done this before and after a quick hunt around in Google discovered that it wasn’t the case. I wrote a simple script to output the names of lists and fields of a particular type using PowerShell. It is easy to … Continue reading SharePoint Powershell List Column Queries

SharePoint 2010 and Forefront TMG

Ever wanted to published SharePoint 2010 externally and found it difficult to understand and even harder to find good documentation? I’ve worked on this particular issue several times in the past few months, so thought it was time to put fingers to keyboard and provide a few tips. These notes cover publishing SharePoint 2010 with either ISA 2006 or Forefront TMG. Before you begin: Commonly … Continue reading SharePoint 2010 and Forefront TMG

Managing Printers with PrintUI.DLL

Managing printers on client PC’s via the login script can be a useful way to ensure users have consistent printer configuration. This can be achieved by scripting calls to PRINTUI.DLL. These scripts will work on PC’s running Windows 2000, XP and Vista. The calls can be made from batch files, VB Scripts and PowerShell. Delete a printer a network printer quietly: rundll32.exe printui.dll,PrintUIEntry /q /dd … Continue reading Managing Printers with PrintUI.DLL