Author: Frank Stadler

Getting Started with Azure Key Vault

Azure Key Vault is a feature within Microsoft Azure focused on the secure storage of secrets. Secrets could include user names, passwords, license keys, access keys that would be utilized by scripts or programs. So for example, a web app, PowerShell script, or an Azure function my need to utilize a service id or password

Project Blazor – Run C#/Razor in the Browser

There was a recent project announcement at Microsoft that I would like to highlight for those interested in Microsoft web development – Project Blazor. This project is being developed by the ASP.NET team and will deliver the ability to have .NET code (C#/Razor) execute directly client side in browsers at native speed in place of

SharePoint Online Column Formatting

SharePoint Online column formatting was announced at Ignite and is now available in production. The column formatting feature allows SharePoint site owners to control the display of fields in a SharePoint view including conditional formatting, applying formatting based on a date range, creating clickable actions, some visualizations (such as a status bar), and the use

SharePoint and OneDrive Support for # and %

Back in April a new feature for SharePoint Online and OneDrive was announced, support for the special characters # and % in file and folder names. This post from Bill Baer provides some background on the announcement. As I’m writing this post in August 2017, many production Office 365 tenants have this capability. However, the

Control who can create Office 365 Groups

The following article from Microsoft provides some details on how to restrict who can create an Office 365 Group using PowerShell. Control who can create Office 365 Groups Every time a user creates an Office 365 group, a SharePoint site collection is provisioned. Depending on how your organization is managing SharePoint Online, you may wish