And then finding out that there is a better way.. LOL!
I was like.. halfway into making a hamburger style menu for a Windows 10 app then I found Jerry Nixon’s blog. LOL!
Anyways, here is what I have:
This would be your Mainpage
<SplitView x:Name=”svMine” CompactPaneLength=”45″DisplayMode=”CompactInline”>
<Button x:Name=”btnView” Click=”btnView_Click” FontFamily=”Segoe MDL2 Assets” Content=””></Button >
<ListBoxItem x:Name=”opt1″ >
<TextBlock FontFamily=”Segoe MDL2 Assets”
<TextBlock Text=”Option 1″ Margin=”20,0,0,0″ />
<ListBoxItem x:Name=”opt2″ >
<TextBlock FontFamily=”Segoe MDL2 Assets” Text=””Tapped=”btnView_Click”></TextBlock>
<TextBlock Text=”Option 2″ Margin=”20,0,0,0″/>
Then this is the code
MainPage : Page
void btnView_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
svMine.IsPaneOpen = !svMine.IsPaneOpen;
void lstMenuItems_SelectionChanged(object sender,SelectionChangedEventArgs e)
txtselected.Text = lstMenuItems.SelectedIndex.ToString();
There are a lot of other details inside like where I got that Font/Character. It is embedded in VS15 actually.
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Earlier, I published how to disable ondrive for business on an Office 365 tenant. I got mixed reactions and one was like “why not disable the personal site while you’re at it?” LOL!
Well then.. here it goes after some digging it turned out to be not as simple.
Sharepoint personal sites are, well, sharepoint sites. And an admin can disable it, on a per user level. But as it turns out, it’s a bit more challenging (read:powershell) to disable for all users. Second challenge is if the personal site already has content, an admin would need to clean up the site before deleting.
Disabling personal site is by way of logging in as administrator then administering Sharepoint.
And then.. we click Manage User Permissions…
And uncheck Create Personal Site. That should disable it… for “Everyone”, with an empty personal site. So this would be best done for all users before they even learn that they have a personal site :D
Was recently asked by a client if it is possible to disable or remove OneDrive for business from Office 365. Although it doesn’t really make sense on the surface, companies have their reasons.
At the moment I didn’t know how to do it, but knowing that OneDrive is basically a sharepoint doclib, how hard would it be to look for how to disable, or at least hide it.
Spin up your portal as the administrator, then go to the admin panel, and choose sharepoint to administer sharepoint.
Once on sharepoint, click on the settings and..
There you go.. OneDrive, hidden from view.
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