Unencoded Cookie Value Breaks SharePoint Modern Pages

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Today I discovered an interesting issue with the new SharePoint Modern Library views on Office 365. One of my clients for whom I had built an application that loads some content within an iframe element on the site was suddenly no longer able to get the Modern Library pages to render correctly – they would simply show up as a blank page. At first, we thought maybe something with our code was failing and causing […]

Invoke-SPORestMethod: Using the SharePoint Online REST API with PowerShell

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Earlier this summer I mentioned that I’d start blogging about some of my scripts that I have in my toolbox and I guess I’m a little behind in that but I guess better late than never. I’ve had snippets of code that I could use to make REST based calls to SharePoint Online for a while, some of them were little snippets of PowerShell and some were embedded deep in my custom cmdlets or some […]

Announcing My Custom SharePoint Online Cmdlets

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For quite a while now I’ve been pointing out the lack of cmdlets that are available for working with Office 365 and SharePoint 2013 (SharePoint Online) and I’ve mentioned several times that someone should really do something about that and that I’d love to be that person if only I had the time. Well, as it turns out, over Christmas break I managed to find some free time so I went ahead and got started […]

Using PowerShell to Manage SharePoint 2013 Online

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When SharePoint 2010 was released we had hundreds of cmdlets available for our on-premises deployments but when it came to Office365 we only had cmdlets available for manipulating our subscription details, users in AD, and Exchange Online (http://onlinehelp.microsoft.com/en-us/office365-enterprises/hh125002.aspx). With the release of SharePoint 2013 as part of the Office365 offering we now have the ability to use PowerShell to manipulate our SharePoint Site Collections in the cloud. The capabilities are somewhat limited in that our […]