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On Oktober 15, 2014
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SharePoint Server 2013Problem

Saving a Site Template with activated Publishing Feature is not possible in SharePoint 2013 (menu link missing).

When using the direct browser link (which worked perfect in SharePoint 2010) http://YourSharePointSite/_layouts/15/savetmpl.aspx you get the error The "Save site as template" action is not supported on this site.

Save site as template error

 

Solution 

Modify the SaveSiteAsTemplateEnabled property in your SPWeb object via PowerShell.

# Store your Site in a variable:
$SiteToModify = Get-SPWeb http://YourSharePointSite

# Display the current value of the property:
$SiteToModify.AllProperties["SaveSiteAsTemplateEnabled"]

# Set the property to true:
$SiteToModify.AllProperties["SaveSiteAsTemplateEnabled"] = "true"
$SiteToModify.Update()

 

Screenshot PowerShell

 

When now trying the savetmpl.aspx link again, you can save your template:
http://YourSharePointSite/_layouts/15/savetmpl.aspx

Save as Site Template working

 

 

 

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Last updated: 2020-10-25


The following PowerShell scripts have been published by our Exchange and Office 365 experts to the technical community at TechNet Gallery. Please use the GitHub repositories to report issues or to file feature requests.

Exchange Server 2013Exchange Server 2016Exchange Server 2019General

 

Office 365Office 365

 

Exchange Server 2013Exchange Server 2016Exchange Server 2019Exchange Server 2013 / 2016 / 2019

 

Exchange Server 2007Exchange Server 2010Exchange Server 2007/2010

 

PowerShellOther Stuff

 

Please send comments, wishes, and ideas to support@granikos.eu.

Enjoy!

 


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Updates

Update 2020-10-05: Fetch all remote SMTP servers from Exchange receive connector logs added
Update 2020-05-25: TechNet Gallery links removed due to end of TechNet Gallery in mid-2020
Update 2020-02-07: Report for enabled client protocols, Exchange Environment Report - v2, Set thumbnailPhoto for AzureAD guest users added
Update 2019-05-07: Export mailbox delegates and SMTP forwarding information added
Update 2018-09-04: Add remote IP-address ranges to a receive connector added
Update 2018-06-16: Manage Master Category List for Shared Mailboxes and Teams added
Update 2018-04-29: Convert Word documents using PowerShell and Set Mailbox Item Private Flag added
Update 2018-01-24: Create a new Room Mailbox with Security Groups added
Update 2017-11-11: Export all user mailbox permissions added
Update 2017-09-22: Remove Out-Of-Office rules from user mailbox added
Update 2017-05-20: Parse email messages content for further processing and Update OWA vDir config across multiple servers added
Update 2017-03-18: Fetch recently created public folders and Clear Private Flag on Mailbox Messages added
Update 2017-02-22: Remove Orphaned HealthMailbox and SystemMailbox Accounts from MESO Container added
Update 2017-02-17: Test Office 365 Domain Availability added
Update 2017-02-13: Connect to Exchange Server 2013+ using remote PowerShell added
Update 2017-02-07: Create Exchange internal/external Url based certificate requests, Create a scheduled task for Exchange Server 2013 added
Update 2017-01-24: Gather Exchange Configuration Data added
Update 2017-01-05: Export Messages from Transport Queue added
Update 2016-11-29: Clean legacy public folder ACL added, Scripts categorized
Update 2016-11-28: Add multiple legacy public folder replicas added
Update 2016-08-18: Simple import of multiple PST files for a single user added
Update 2016-07-28: Change IIS Log File settings Github Url added, Create a new Team Mailbox with Security Groups added
Update 2016-06-04: GlobalFunctions added
Update 2015-06-18: Copy-ReceiveConnector updated
Update 2015-06-01: Exchange 2010 Public Folder Replication Report (UTF8 support)
Update 2015-05-21: Copy anti-virus pattern to Exchange 2010/Exchange 2013 servers added
Update 2014-12-10: Copy a receive connector from one Exchange Server to multiple Exchange Servers added

 

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When setting up Exchange Server or any other Enterprise application that provides IIS services (i.e. SharePoint), it might be a requirement to change the default folder path für IIS log files to a different location than the default location (C:\inetpb\logs). Even though todays physical or virtual system drives are in the 100GB range, it might be a design requirement to have the folder path placed on a different volume.

Especially when you have to configure more than one server, you prefer to have configurations implemented by script.

The script Set-Webserver.ps1 provides in its current release the configuration of:

  • IIS log folder path
  • IIS log period
  • Local time filename and rollover configuration

Additional configurations, like logExtFileFlags, logFormat, truncateSize, can be implemented, if required.

The script runs on Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2.

Link

 

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Das nachfolgende Video von unseren Kollegen bei ENow bietet 10 Tipps für den Support und das Troubleshooting von Lync Server 2013.

Das Slidedeck finden Sie hier: http://bit.ly/LyncTroubleshootingTips

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