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SharePoint 2013–Setting Default My Site

28 February, 2014 (07:53) | SharePoint | By: Liebrand

I’ve made a couple posts in the past around how to set your Default My Site with SharePoint 2007 by clicking the “Set as Default My Site” button when visiting your My Site.  This option does not exist in SharePoint 2013 so how do you go about setting your default My Site to take advantage […]

SharePoint 2013 – Get the most out of SharePoint dialog explained

26 February, 2014 (20:49) | SharePoint | By: Liebrand

The purpose of this post is to hopefully to add some clarity around the “Get the most out of SharePoint” dialog box that appears when visiting your My Site for the first time.   What is the purpose of this dialog box?  As shown above, if the user clicks “Ok” it essentially changes the privacy […]

Publishing Links to Office 2007 without enabling My Sites in SharePoint

25 August, 2009 (15:06) | SharePoint | By: Liebrand

Some organizations want to leverage the publish links to Office 2007 client feature that SharePoint 2007 offers without enabling My Sites. The publish links to Office 2007 relies on the same update mechanism that the My SharePoint Sites feature uses. If you have read any of my posts in the past on this topic you […]

SharePoint 2007 Flaw with Profile Imports and My Sites

1 July, 2009 (13:13) | SharePoint | By: Liebrand

Wow! What an interesting morning. I arrived at work today to discover that all our “My Site” profile information (and related information) has been deleted from our environment. I figured out what happened and thought I would share my findings with the community (I’ll most likely be opening a support case with Microsoft to try […]