Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Delete Drop off library Part – 2

Here we are with part 2. If you have not gone through part 1, I would recommend you reading part 1 and then come back here for further reading.

As we know that by default there is no option to delete a drop off library and we saw in part 1 one way to enable the delete this library settings under permissions and management.

With the help of PowerShell script we can achieve this as well.

All you need to do is go to administrative tool -> PowerShell modules and type in following commands.

$objWeb = Get-SPWeb –Identit http://ServerName
$objDocLib = $objWeb.GetList("http://ServerName/sites/sitename/DropOffLibrary");
$objDocLib.AllowDeletion = "True";

And you are good to go. You will be able to see delete this library option under permissions and management.

Read Part3 for further reading

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