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Getting Access Rights of all users across Tridion using Powershell

Objective: This exercise is intended to explore the Tridion Core Service Powershell Module and retrieve various access rights users have on each publication. The execution of this powershell script can show the access rights in a matrix on screen and

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The Powershell way of Tridion Core Servicing

In this year’s SDL MVP Retreat Event, I got a chance to work with Peter Kjaer on a custom powershell module for instantiating a Tridion Core Service client and utilizing it further to interact with Tridion CM through the powershell.

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SDL Web MVP Retreat in Portugal – Oct 2017

I have been privileged again (in fact 4th time) to be chosen as an SDL Web MVP for the year 2017 by SDL along with 20+ other MVPs. Every year the MVPs have been invited to Lisbon for the annual

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SDL Web Core Service – Changes and Improvements

The introduction of SDL Web 8 and SDL Web 8.5, comes with a complete revamped SDL Tridion package and also brought some significant changes in Core Service and its associated security. The security model in SDL Web Core Service has

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10 Reasons – Why you should choose SDL Web for your digital strategy

Page 2 of 2 << PREVIOUS PAGE …Continued from Page 1 Third Party Integrations SDL Web is quite rich with its set of APIs exposed and can be used to access any content – published, unpublished, under workflow process, everything.

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10 Reasons – Why you should choose SDL Web for your digital strategy

In this over-crowded space of Web Content Management System (WCMS) where more than 2500+ options are available, choosing a best partner for your digital strategy is always a challenge. Most of these WCMS system are capable of creating a high

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Is SDL Web (Tridion) well-suited for your organization – Part II

Continuing from Part I where we discussed the typical use case scenarios which suits the use of SDL Web and those which does not. In this part we will see if the SDL Web ecosystem suits your organization and its strategic considerations

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