After searching for the SharePoint 2010 Slide Library i found this little help on Mike Smith´s blog
Just add the above mentioned link to your SharePoint URL and you are able to create the Slide Library within SharePoint 2013.
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In SharePoint 2010 and 2013 it is possible to create Site Collections by the UI, using C# Coding or Powershell. In one of our scenarios we had to prepare a web application in which each site collection should get its own Content Database and each site collection should be based on a site collection which already exists in the webapplication as a site collection.
Normally you have to save this site as template, download it, create a new site, upload the template and then you’re done. But that’s not the things administrators, users or developers like to do. We all would like to use a cool Powershell script.
So we created a Powershell Script as function, which does the job using some parameter.
Let’s see the steps it takes:
- Check if Content Database exist and create the new one
- Create a site collection with the same template in the new content database
- Export the template from site collection
- Import the template into new site collection
- Change the title of the web
Let’s see the code. (more…)
Electronic Signatures with SharePoint is not impossible. There are some steps to perform to enable eSignature for your SharePoint Library.
How to set up 21-CFR-Part-11 you will find here: http://download.microsoft.com/download/3/6/B/36B2F4F5-55AD-4D64-BC5B-62B536E35A62/SharePoint-2013-Configuration-Guidance-for-21-CFR-Part-11%20v2.pdf (more…)
Sometimes you just want to know how big are your attachments within a SharePoint list? Here you get a simple PowerShell Script to get these information
- Central Admin > Application Management
- Site Collections > Specify quota templates
Edit an existing template and choose Personal Site. Change the values under Storage Limit Values to the values you want.