Posted: Thu, Apr 12th '12    
Use Case: Finding the Most Frequently Used Web Parts in SharePoint
Steve Goldberg . Page Views: 5
A common SharePoint scenario: As the SharePoint administrator, you would like to get a handle on the web parts being used across your environment. What are the most frequently used web parts? Where are they implemented? Where are my web parts hidden or closed? SharePoint out-of-the-box just doesn’t provide administrators with the top-down, farm-level view of where web parts are being used – which is exactly what you need. With ControlPoint, administrators can view the total n [read more].
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