Mirror your iPhone on Windows via USB

In a couple of days I’ll be presenting at the Microsoft TechDays 2016 in the Netherlands. While preparing my sessions on PowerApps, I wanted to mirrow/project my iPhone to my Windows PC for demo purpose. Since the wireless networks at conferences can be flaky I did not want to use that connect. To ensure my... Continue Reading →

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OneDrive for Business roadmap

[Update May 2 – updated roadmap based on feedback] OneDrive for Business workload supports the personal storage capability for users. It enables users to store work related personal files and easily share them with colleagues or external users. Offline synchronization is one of the many benefits OneDrive for Business is providing. With the introduction of... Continue Reading →

Deep Dive Office 365 API for SharePoint Sites service

Yesterday another DIWUG event! This is a monthly community event in The Netherlands. Albert-Jan Schot (Appie) did a presentation on the Office 365 Groups and I presented a session about the Office 365 API for SharePoint Sites service. You can find my slide deck on SlideShare, http://www.slideshare.net/bramdejager/deep-dive-into-office-365-apis-for-sharepoint-site-services. All demos together resulted in a single code... Continue Reading →

Office 365 licenses under the hood

Sometime you see Office 365 services for one user, but their colleague sitting next to them is not seeing this service?! Where can you find your assigned licenses to know which services you are able use? And where does your administrator assign these licenses? NOTE: please note this article is written on February 16, 2016.... Continue Reading →

The SharePoint CSOM assemblies and the “The specified module could not be found” error

When working on my community project SharePoint Client Browser I received multiple times the issue which related to the error message “The specified module could not be found”. The error log shows the error is thrown while authenticating with SharePoint Online. File '' not found, check log file for detailed information. System.IO.FileNotFoundException: The specified module... Continue Reading →

Enable ULS logging during App deployment

Troubleshooting is always afterwards, meaning you need logging information to backtrack the origin of the errors. But normally the logging level is set to default and the actual interesting data is missing from the ULS logs. This post provides an approach to enable logging before deploying your apps and reverting to the default afterwards. Before... Continue Reading →

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