Last year Microsoft published unified labeling for Office 365. The whole term is a bit mysterious. What does it actually mean? How does it actually work? I’m gonna answer this questions in this article. Unified labeling is dependent on Azure Information Protection (AIP) licensing. You can find the licensing sheet here. Basically it is included…Continue reading Office 365 unified labeling explained
I have a Raspberry Pi 3 running strip down version of Centos 7 and I wanted to install newer version of PHP on that. Sounds relatively easy task, but because of a bit more exotic ARM-infrastructure it took me four hours! The biggest problem was finding the right working repositories and on the way I…Continue reading Installing PHP 7.2 on Centos 7 armhfp
There are a lot of real world applications where user location and map view of that location become handy. We have implemented to our customers i.e. fault reporting application for park maintenance, vehicle management application for vehicle maintenance company etc. In all these, telling where the incident happened is crucial. Luckily almost everyone has all…Continue reading Get user location and view it on a map in PowerApps
In SharePoint Online we are quite used to the fact that custom scripts are denied by default in SharePoint. You can allow custom scripts by using PowerShell (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/allow-or-prevent-custom-script). Usually you realize this when you run into permission issues, missing libraries or features or migration errors. It looks like Microsoft has added this same feature to…Continue reading SharePoint 2019 (and 2016) DenyAddAndCustomizePages
There is a lot of commercial PDF converters available for SharePoint that can automatically convert SharePoint documents to PDF format, but there is also an free and fairly simple way to do that. The key is using Word Automation service, PowerPoint Automation service and PowerShell. You can use i.e. Windows task manager, if you want…Continue reading Converting SharePoint documents to PDF by PowerShell, for free!