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With Satya Nadella now with over a year as CEO, an exciting business vision, a new Windows Operating System launching Summer 2015 and a renewed thirst for innovation - WPC 2015 is set to be one conference to remember – and not something you can afford to miss.
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Welcome to the SharePoint Search Topology Add / Modification Sample tool (V2)
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS CODE IS PROVIDED AS SAMPLE CODE TO MODIFY THE SEARCH TOPOLOGY.Please read the disclaimer in the PowerShell source code.
V2 HAS NOW BEEN RELEASED.
IntroFrom SharePoint 2013 onwards there is no User Interface to modify the Search topology and you are only able to create it either via PowerShell or via the UI where you are able to create a Search Service Application on a single server in the farm.Any modifications to the Topology will require a fairly decent knowledge of the Search Topology as well as PowerShell.To help with this I decided to write a PowerShell script that utilizes Windows Forms and provides you a UI to view, add and modify the topology.The code can be safely run as no changes are executed until you instruct the code to do so and you will be prompted to confirm again before it starts.
From the 12-16 July, Microsoft partners from across the globe will gather at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC), for four days of networking, system-integrator-specific tracks, workshops, one-to-ones, seminars, keynotes and round tables.
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