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Windows 10 Creators Update: Slow wireless connection

An upgrade to Windows 10 Creator made my wifi-connection very slow. From 60mbps to barely 50kbps, but on my phone I still experienced the maximum speed.

For me the solution was to disable “Receive Segment Coalescing” (RSC), described by Steven Van de Craen:
http://www.sharepointblogs.be/blogs/vandest/archive/2017/05/08/windows-10-creators-update-slow-wireless-connection.aspx

Steps:

  • Run an elevated PowerShell prompt
  • Get-NetAdapterRsc to show the status per adapter
  • Disable-NetAdapterRsc –Name “your_wifi_adapter_name” to disable

Get all checked out documents in a SharePoint Site Collection, and check them in

A customer of mine had the need to get an overview of all the checked out documents for a given Site Collection, and to check them in afterwards prior to a content migration from SharePoint 2013 to SharePoint Online.

Since no out of the box features exist to accomplish this goal, I had to write a Powershell-script to find all the checked out documents in a Site Collection.

You can find the script here. It works for SharePoint Online as for SharePoint 2013. I did not test it with SharePoint 2010.

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