When you first set up SharePoint 2016 on a Windows 2012 machine, you’ll see a large number of Windows System Event Log errors classified as Event ID 10016. Microsoft’s documentation indicates that these are not going to cause problems with SharePoint and they can be ignored… except for the fact that nightly (in my case it was consistently around 12:50am) you’ll get a cascade of new errors clogging up your event logs. Continue reading “Dealing with Event ID 10016 System Error Logs with a Fresh SharePoint Installation”
Microsoft PowerApps is a useful utility you can use to create simple apps for your work environment. It is designed for power users, so there’s no real programming involved. You can deploy apps that you create to users within your workplace or school. Continue reading “Set Up Microsoft PowerApps to Connect to an On Premises SharePoint Installation”
The most straightforward way to apply blanket updates to Internet Explorer settings for all users on a particular machine is to use the GPUpdate.msc tool to set the local group policy. Finding where these settings are in the group policy can be a challenge in itself.
In the following article I will review:
- Where to go in the local group policy to enable IE compatibility mode for a specific site on your local network
- How to set what sites are considered to be on your local network
- How to change an advanced setting for sites on your local network
- Dealing with IE Enhanced Security Configuration errors