You need a more recent version of SharePoint Designer in SPD 2013?

If you try to open sharepoint site in SharePoint designer you may get following error: “Server error: The version of Microsoft SharePoint Foundation running on the server is more recent than the version of SharePoint Designer that you are using. You need a more recent version of SharePoint Designer.”


Solution: In SPD go to Account > Switch Account and type in the credentials of the site you are trying to open (it defaults to your Microsoft Login)

Windows Server 2012 R2 losing network connection after reboot

Many users around the internet report that Windows Server 2012 R2 loses network connection after reboot. Today I had the same problem. I have basic home network plugged into a wired TP-Link router bridged to a DSL modem. All computers on the local network are accesible, but there no internet connectivity after reboot. To fix it, I tried o disable my NIC then re-enable it and then I get internet connectivity. I’ve tried deleting and re-installing the driver, looking for updates etc.


So, what is a solution?


Create a Windows Scheduled Task (taskschd.msc or Control Panel\System and Security\Administrative Tools\Task Scheduler) with a Trigger: begin the task At start up and in the Advanced settings delay task for 10 seconds. Then add an Action to Start a program and select your .bat script.


.bat script content:


@echo on
timeout /t 10
netsh interface set interface “Local Area Connection” DISABLED
timeout /t 10
netsh interface set interface “Local Area Connection” ENABLED

Extreme d.o.o. as Microsoft Country Partner of the Year :)

This year Microsoft received over 3,200 nominations from 112 different countries for the 46 different global award opportunities. There are also 96 different Country Partner of the Year Awards honoring partner achievements across the globe.

It is my pleasure to announce that Extreme d.o.o. has been awarded as Country Partner of the Year in Serbia. This represents an outstanding result for the company and team who worked tirelessly over the pa st 15 years.