Update-SPHelp is a new PowerShell cmdlet that shipped with the October 2013 Cumulative Update for SharePoint 2013. There are only a couple of options with it, namely the -Force parameter allowing you to check for updates more than once per 24 hours, but the cmdlet is similar to Update-Help, that is, update the cmdlet help information.
If you attempt to set an Alert on a specific Discussion Post, like this: You will end up a yellow screen of death, like this: [crayon-52a1f82439aa0247692556/] This bug appears to be ‘long standing’, and still exists as of the October 2013 Cumulative Update for SharePoint Server. On the process of setting up the Alert, a process gets the Content Type ID of the Folder. We start in the Microsoft.SharePoint.SPViewContext.FolderContentType
Nauplius.SharePoint.BlobCache is a SharePoint 2010 and 2013 solution that helps you manage the BLOB cache and all available settings, both documented and undocumented. New with this release is a re-vamped UI, moving to the Web Application list menu in Central Administration. In addition, the 2013 version adds support for two new 2013-only BLOB cache attributes: imageRenditionMaxFileSize imageRenditionMaxSourcePixels The new UI can be found
Nauplius.SP.UserSync is a timer job that synchronizes the User Information List with Active Directory. It is targeted at SharePoint Foundation 2010 and 2013, where the User Profile Synchronization Services or AD Import is unavailable. This timer job runs between midnight and 4 AM across all Web Applications and Site Collections to update user properties in the User Information List. This solution is compatible with Classic and Claims-based (Wi