Saturday, March 16, 2013

SharePoint 2013 Main Management Efficiency Tip

In many circumstances you have several SharePoint 2013 set ups to deal with – it might be different plants, growth surroundings, examining, setting up, growth etc. Do you know which Main Management you are working in at the moment? They all look the same, SharePoint Red, the frequent Position Bar caution that you are operating out of hard drive area etc. Unless countermeasures are taken you do not know what atmosphere you are in unless you take a look at the URL – which in many situations is just another hosting server name and slot. It’s very easy to fail and create a modify in the growth atmosphere instead of in the analyze or dev surroundings.

So, how do we keep a record of what Main Management website we’re actually operating on at the moment? One way could be to modify the concept of the Main Administration website. But, was the development CA red or was it the one with the dog in the background? I’ve got a better tip for you!

Here’s how I’ve done to keep a record of the Main Management websites. I take benefits of the Package we blink Bar in the higher remaining area. By standard it says just “SharePoint” – yes we know its SharePoint.

Standard Suite Bar

By changing the Web Program residence that manages this written text you can modify it to something more helpful and appropriate for the particular village, like below.

Cool Suite Bar

It’s a very simple PowerShell operation to accomplish this. You just retrieve the Central Administration Web Application object, then update the SuiteBarBrandingElementHtml property and set it’s value to something that tells you which Central Administration site this is:
asnp microsoft.sharepoint.powershell
$ca = Get-SPWebApplication -IncludeCentralAdministration | `
    ?{$_.IsAdministrationWebApplication -eq $true}
$ca.SuiteBarBrandingElementHtml = "
Central Admin: FarmA Production


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