Updated Service Descriptions for Office 365 for Enterprise – March 2012 #2

Again, an updated set of the Office 365 for Enterprise Service Descriptions. Just as in January, February, and early March, I did a comparison of the changes. All major updates are listed below. The document that has received significant updates is (again) the Service Description for Exchange Online, and a smaller change was done to the SharePoint Online SD. Exchange Online   SharePoint Online

PowerShell Script – Office 365 Site Template Updater v.0.0.1

The Issue You create a site in your Office 365 environment. You create a template from it (.wsp file), which you then also want to use in your “regular” SharePoint 2010 environment. You add this site template to your site collection’s solution gallery. However, when you try to create a site based on that template, you get errors telling you about missing features (as for example experienced by Marc D. Details

Getting all licensed Office 365 users with PowerShell

Let’s say you want to have a list of all licensed users in your Office 365 environment. You could look at the Office 365 Dashboard under Users and look at the list there, but quite often you may want to have that information in a spreadsheet for further processing. How to?, you ask? PowerShell to the rescue! [info_box]More information on available PowerShell cmdlets for Office 365 can be found on the Details

Updated RSS Feed Web Part for Office 365

Update: SharePoint Online RSS Viewer now supports external feeds   [warning_box]A newer version of the web part is available at Updated Release: RSS Feed Web Part for Office 365[/warning_box] Back in August, I released a RSS Feed Web Part for Office 365, as the SharePoint RSS feed web part doesn’t work in SharePoint Online. Today I’m releasing a better updated version. Why? What has changed? Where can you get it and Details

Using Assembla’s free Subversion service within a Cloudshare SharePoint development environment

After being tempted by CloudShare for a while now, I finally went ahead and got a subscription. One of the reasons for this is that I want to be able to do some SharePoint/Office 365 development wherever I am, even if my laptop is not with me (basically, that currently means that I do it from either my laptop at home or my laptop at work). To keep my code Details