SharePoint Saturday Dayton 2012 this Saturday!


It's less than a week to the very first SharePoint Saturday Dayton event. Twenty sessions and twenty speakers means that there's something for everyone… admins, devs, site owners, business owners, and end users. Oh, and don't forget SharePoint Saturday Louisville and SharePoint Saturday Cincinnati coming up in July and October.

It's almost full! Register now or be sorry!


My Topic: Exploring and Auditing SharePoint Using PowerShell

This session shows how to use PowerShell in both SharePoint 2007 and 2010 to find and extract all kinds of information not easily found using built-in features.  In this session you will see how to use PowerShell to:

• Find all documents in any site, or the entire farm, that matches a pattern (example: *.avi)
• Find all users who have access to a particular file (or folder, or library or site)
• Find sites with no recent activity
• Find all content a single user has access to
• Find all libraries that use a selected Content Type
• Find all customized (un-ghosted) pages
• Find all pages that use a selected web part
• How to collect the results into reports
• and more…


Reasons to attend SharePoint Saturday Dayton:

  • It's free
  • It's educational
  • You can visit with (and thank) the sponsors
  • It's free
  • There's sessions for everyone
  • You can hobnob with the experts (and maybe get some free consulting)
  • There's door prizes
  • It's air-conditioned
  • It's near by
  • I'm speaking there! (ok, there are better reasons to attend…)
  • Did I mention it's free?

Sessions, speakers, directions and registration can be found here:

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