Removing all “_layouts/15/start.aspx#/” in Sharepoint URL

Do you want to remove that ugly additional URL “_layouts/15/start.aspx#/” on your SharePoint web address? Before doing so do you really need to do it? Do you even know what does that URL mean? Well if you don’t have a read here what it is for so you understand the impact of removing them.  In… Read More »

Simple Guide to Add Additional Web Servers for your existing SharePoint

Yesterday we showed you how to make your SharePoint server Fail-over aware now to complete the full High Availability for your SharePoint we will be adding additional Web Servers to your SharePoint Farm. You might be asking why you need to do this? Well the main reason is making your SharePoint Web Server available all… Read More »

Make SharePoint 2010/2013 Mirroring Aware

To make your Sharepoint database reliable you need to mirror it, meaning what ever happens on SQL Server A will be mirrored or replicated on SQL Server B and it’s quite easy to achieve you just need two steps to do it. First is to mirror your SQL Server databases, you can achieve that all… Read More »

A better 100% Kendo UI Grid Height

I know Kendo UI is a love and hate relationship, if things work it works it works wonderfully and if not you just sometimes want to smash your screen.  I’ve been using Kendo for quite sometime now and I love it because of their Grid which is really useful specially in my scenario, other controls for me… Read More »

TAB Delimited Export in SSRS

Ever wondered how do you export TAB delimited reports in SSRS? It’s quite easy as you can configure SSRS to export it using the CSV render inside the ReportingServices rendering engine of SQL server.  You can do that by updating the rsreportserver.config file which can be found in the following path C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSRS{YourSQLServerVersion}.MSSQLSERVER\Reporting… Read More »