Rename Master from joejoesoft.com is a neat free utility for performing search and replace across multiple filenames in a tranditional windows file folder structure.
The software can be downloaded from:
it states on their website, Rename Master is designed to rename multiple files with a just few clicks. Anyone that has worked with websites, file archives, or collections of music, videos, or pictures has probably spent way too much time renaming hundreds of files.
This utility will add, remove, or replace parts of the filename with ease and also supports renaming via file properties, MP3 tags, JPEG JFIF and EXIF tags, and text files. Batch renaming that’s simple to use, yet still very powerful.
– Intelligent number sorting
– JPEG/MP3 tag support and many more Meta-Variables
– Auto-Preview support
– “Scipts” to save commonly used renaming options
– [*] and [?] command prompt style wildcards for replacing and remove options
– “Undo” button so a renaming operation can be rolled back
– Floating thumbnail window for viewing pictures and optional thumbnail file list view
– Optional Explorer integration for right-clicking on folders or using “Send To”
This is caused by the security settings on the user’s computer. There are two ways to fix this.
1) The next time you log on, be sure to select “Remember my password”. The user will never be prompted for the password again.
2) Make your website a Trusted Site in Internet Explorer:
• To make the portal a Trusted Site:
1. Open Internet Explorer
2. Log on to the website home page
3. On the Internet Explorer tool bar, select the “Tools” menu, then select “Internet Options”.
4. Select the “Security” and then “Trusted Sites” tab
5. Select the “Sites” button
6. Add the website address in the “Add this website to the zone” box. Click “Add” and “Close”.
When you try to open a document again, you will be able to view it correctly.
A client recently asked if search results could be extended to display certain metadata values in results using Search Core Results Web Part.
The procedure for doing this is actually quite simple.
All you need to do is
1.Add the field(s) you want to display to the list of Managed Properties for the crawler (SharePoint Central Admin).
2.Add the managed property (or properties) to the list of columns returned by the Search Core Results Web Part (Results Query Options – Selected Columns).
3.Update the XSLT stylesheet used to render the results. The difficult though is trying to identify to correct metadata value required.