PowerShell x64 vs x86: set execution policy when using Visual Studio post build events

Running PowerShell scripts in the Post build events within a Visual Studio project? Getting errors telling you “running scripts is disabled on this system”? While working on Office 365 Developer Patterns and Practices (PnP) solution OfficeDevPnP.PowerShell Commands I had troubles with building my solution. Visual Studio uses PowerShell x86 in the background instead of my... Continue Reading →


Show storage overview for site-collections with PowerShell

PowerShell is very powerful and helps you to quickly get different views on your SharePoint environment. The Usage class can be used to retrieve Storage information for a particular site-collection. Combining this into a PowerShell script provides an overview of storage sizing for your personal storage sites (My Sites) for example. In this example all... Continue Reading →

SharePoint Online Tenant URLs

Setting up your Office 365 environment and looking for the entry URLs? Below you can find the URLs related to your company SharePoint Online tenant. Commonly used URLs for a SharePoint Online tenant: Tenant Admin: https://yourcompany-admin.sharepoint.com Private site collection: https://yourcompany.sharepoint.com Newsfeed: https://yourcompany-my.sharepoint.com Public web site: https://yourcompany-public.sharepoint.com Other URLs related to Office 365: Microsoft Online Portal:... Continue Reading →

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