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How to customize document libraries as Power Point Presentations and OneNote Libraries

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Date : March 14, 2017

When working with document libraries, I’ve always felt the limitation to be able to customize it with other Microsoft applications.

While in my previous blog I could customize the document template with a uniform header and footer and create an on-the-fly document with a few permissible variables (read “fields” or “column types”) from the document library driven from another list, I had never (until then) been able to dedicate a document library meant only for OneNote or Power Point Presentations. Continue Reading…


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Date : December 13, 2016


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Welcome to this technology talk series hosted in Netwoven, where we will learn about how webhooks are used in SharePoint Online, if you have come here from our earlier talk {Read Part 1 here} about webhooks then Welcome back!!! For sake of housekeeping, just to remind you, if you like this read, please leave a reply about who you are, what role do you play in your organization, how you use SharePoint every day and what you like and dislike about SharePoint (trust us, we would really like to know you). And if you dislike this read, then please let us know why and how we can improve it. Continue Reading…

Microsoft PowerApps – The new way to build forms in SharePoint

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Date : November 29, 2016

InfoPath was introduced a decade ago as a form generator for SharePoint and it has been there as a front-end tool for designing custom forms in SharePoint. No doubt that, InfoPath in combination with SharePoint designer and Visual studio workflows, automated many of the business scenarios and made user’s lives easy. Continue Reading…

Microsoft Teams vs. Yammer

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Date : November 8, 2016

What is Microsoft Teams?

Microsoft Teams is a modern persistent chat-based tool in Office 365, and the next step in a company’s mission to regenerate productivity. Teams is an entirely new experience that integrates people, conversations and content along with the tools that the team needs to make collaboration simpler. It is primarily built around persistent chat, and is promising for great team-based work efficiency with the instant message chat available at all times. It also supports email-style threaded conversations to keep everyone engaged. Continue Reading…

Change SharePoint Web Application Authentication mode from Classic to Claims (Multiple login prompt)

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Date : October 25, 2016

Error – Sharepoint continues to prompt for username/password (Multiple login prompt)


If you have migrating SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013 using databases process, you will get Multiple Login Prompt on every pages after the migration.


  1. We are trying to migrate SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013 by Upgrade databases detach attach method, thereby upgrading the database to a higher version of SQL. process.

2. We recreate the new Web Application in the target FARM before attaching the database and it normal without any authentication issue. However the same web application started prompting for username/password after the database was attached and upgraded. When we migrate the Database from SharePoint 2010 the Claims Authentication types is Kerberos and this the reason for Multiple Login Prompt appearing in Sharepoint 2013. This primary happen after upgrading Content Database from SQL 2008 to SQL 2014.


Change the “Claims Authentication Types” of Web Application from Kerberos to NTLM.

After cleaning the features, change the Claim Authentication type of Web Application from “Kerberos” to “NTLM”.

Steps: 1 Go to Central Admin è Application Management è Manage Web Applications è.

Steps: 2 Select the Web Application and click on “Authentication Providers” from ribbon.

Classic to Claim 1

Steps: 3 Click on “Default” Zone.

Classic to Claim 2

Steps: 4 Change the “Claims Authentication Types” of Web Application from Negotiate (Kerberos) to NTLM.

Classic to Claim 3

You are done.

Top 5 Reasons to Invest in CRM

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Date : October 19, 2016

We’ve all been in a situation where we’ve purchased a new product but realise when we open it, it’s either the wrong size, broken, or not what we wanted. Our first instinct is to call customer service. The wait time to get in touch with a representative is one hour. While most of us wait patiently, some of us may send out a tweet to the company. The company replies asking what the problem is without knowing that you’ve already been waiting on the phone for a representative. As your mid-typing your issue, someone picks up. Continue Reading…

Migrating Your Sharepoint to Office 365 Environment: 6 Key Steps to a Successful Migration

Date : June 21, 2016

The Dalai Lama once said, “In order to carry a positive action, we must develop a positive vision.” Indeed, without our own carved, clear path to success, we render ourselves helpless in guiding our team through any difficult or challenging change process.

We often get asked this question whether one can migrate their existing SharePoint environment as is to Office 365.  While it can be done, it’s like moving all your content from your old house to a new house without doing any redesign or purging.

To lead your team through successful migration to SharePoint Online, follow these 6 key steps: Continue Reading…

Getting SharePoint Designer to work with Office 365

Date : June 13, 2016


SharePoint Designer is a very useful tool provided by Microsoft for customizing SharePoint based solutions and workflows. However, Microsoft has announced that it has stopped development of future releases of SharePoint Designer. This means that the current version of SharePoint Designer – SharePoint Designer 2013 will be the last version although Microsoft has said that they will support this version till 2020. This makes it critical that we make this version of SharePoint work with the current and future versions of SharePoint unless Microsoft releases another tool to do that. Continue Reading…

Things you will lose when you move to SharePoint Online from SharePoint on Premises

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Date : May 9, 2016

Microsoft has been doing every effort to retain its position in the enterprise IT space. In this cloud era, where everything is being imagined are pushed to the cloud. Last year Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has emphasized the company’s new business strategy with the mantra of mobile-first, cloud-first. This philosophy runs through everything Microsoft says or does and SharePoint has no exception to it.
This blog details out some of the On-premises features that you will miss when you move to SharePoint Online. Continue Reading…