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Looks like your Solr instance start up time is a bit higher than usual. You should increase PostDelay settings. Inside of installation package, search for sitecore-solr.json and modify PostDelay setting to 30 seconds: "StartSolr": { "Description" : "Starts the Solr service.", "Type": "ManageService&...


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You can manage all default scripts for sure. Especially scripts, that you ask for, are located under the following item: /sitecore/system/Modules/PowerShell/Script Library/SPE/Reporting/Content Reports/Reports/Content Audit Choose script that you want to change, click on Elevate session button, enter a user password and you will see a source of script in ...


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Those properties are stored in the XML for the image field: <image mediaid="{B4F11915-7EEF-4924-A8E4-B460D9929F59}" alt="Alt Text" height="168" width="300" hspace="" vspace="" /> You can easily update these by using the PSField.<fieldname> object: $item = Get-Item -Path "master:/...


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You can use below script: $mediaID = "mediaID" Write-Progress -Activity $activity -Status "Checking if image exists" -PercentComplete $percentComplete -CurrentOperation $mediaID $image = Get-Item -Path "master:" -ID $mediaID if(!$image) { continue } if([string]::IsNullOrEmpty($image.Alt)) { Write-Host "Updating $($image....


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Follow the logical idea Unicorn has: Create a dedicated handler/page to trigger publish (similar to unicorn.aspx) Place the trigger publish logic inside to start publishing to given targets Use secret token concept that must be embedded into the request to trigger publish Implementing it as a legal page would force Sitecore to start, therefore allowing you ...


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