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i solved it with client script (needs jquery). Better solutions are welcome. $(document).ready(function(){ $(".ms-selectednav").removeClass("ms-selectednav"); var query = window.location.pathname.split('/').pop() + location.search var link = $("a[href*='" + query + "']:first"); var table = ...


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Here are the steps you should follow Take a backup of the MOSS 2007 SSP and the My Site databases through SQL Server. Restore the SSP database as Profile DB and the My Site Content database as WSS_Content_MySites in the SharePoint 2010 -SQL Server instance. Create a Web Application through SharePoint 2010 Central Administration to host My Site. Attach and ...


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This is two step Process: First you have to Add the solution into Farm stsadm.exe -o addsolution -filename yoursolutionpackage.wsp Second, You have to deploy it. stsadm -o deploysolution -name yoursolutionpackagename.wsp -url http://sp-mach/ -local -force Check this for more info: ...


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stsadm -o addsolution -filename C:\solution.wsp This is from a farm level, so it applies to the entire farm, whether you have one server or 10 servers. There is a page in Central Admininstration -> Operations -> Solution Management that will tell you the deployment state of all the solutions in the farm and whether or not they were deployed to a specific ...


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Migrate User command Scope to the Farm. It will move user from All site collections from old domain to new domain. this is basically update reference of account everywhere in farm. check this interesting comment. http://blogs.msdn.com/b/rcormier/archive/2012/02/24/interesting-side-effects-of-the-move-spuser-powershell-cmdlet.aspx


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Option 1 Use SPFolder.Item Property to exclude system folders (those folders that does not belong to a document library): public static void ProcessFolder(SPFolder folder,Action<SPFolder> action) { action(folder); foreach (var subfolder in folder.SubFolders.Cast<SPFolder>().Where(f => f.Item != null)) { ...


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I don't think the drag and drop functionality was available in SharePoint 2007. It could the open with windows explorer mode. Which opens the document library in explorer mode and then you can drag and drop items. You can find this option at Actions -> Open with Windows Explorer.


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Here's a no code solution. Create a new calculated column, say DocVersion. In the formula box just type =[Version]. Change the Data Type of this column to Number instead of Single line of text. Add this column to default view or any custom view. Now, when you do Export to excel this column will have the version number. Let us know if it worked.


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You need to set the SPJobDefinition.LockType property on your job definition to None. Here are the possible SPJobLockType values. Behavior that I have seen is, if you set it to Job, it will run only once, on one server. If you set it to ContentDatabase, it will run on only one server, but it will repeat consecutively for as many times as you have content ...


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Basically Web Applications run on the WFE server. Their are couple of ways to check it. Check the Alternate Access Mapping if you have the DNS for each web Application, then ping that DNS and it will give you the Ip of the server. ALos from Central Admin > Manage Server in farm, check which server is running the Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Web ...


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Yes, Your understanding is correct. When you run the migrateuser command if new login does not exist in AD then this command will throw the errors. It will copy the permission from old ID to new ID.


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The migrateuse STSADM operation actually associates the existing permissions of DomainA\xyz(Old user) with DomainB\xyz(New user). In this process it first removes all the existing permissions of DomainB\xyz (New user), if any. Here is a very good detailed explanation of how actually migrateuser operation is executed behind the scenes.


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Migrate command Migrates a user account in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 to a new login name and binary ID. If an entry for the new login name already exists, the entry is marked for deletion to make way for the migration. Migrates user access from one domain user to another. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc288467(v=office.12).aspx


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You should also handle the child a tag as follows $('.ms-cal-topday').each(function(){ $(this).removeAttr('onclick'); $(this).removeAttr('onmouseover'); $(this).removeAttr('onmouseout'); }); $('.ms-cal-topdayover').each(function(){ $(this).removeAttr('onclick'); ...


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Migrate user updates the reference in the User Information List to make sure the existing items refer to the correct migrated user in New Domain. So created by, modified by and all other user fields will work correctly in Migrate user command. If you add a new user, it will be a new user for SharePoint; a new entry will be added in User Information List and ...


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Here is the link for grabbing all installed SharePoint solutions. If you don't explicitly need the associated assemblies, it should suffice.


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Kind of a bit old, but now I'm putting an end to a 2007 farm got accross this. How I got to do it is quite close to what you did, though notice you wrote -0while actually you meant -o. Also the url is not needed, just the site collection id: stsadm -o deletesite -force -siteid af9f1d5f-4fdd-4cc0-a1e8-c42969c3f4ef -databasename wss_fin2_isd -databaseserver ...


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Can you try detaching and then reattaching the database? Some people have reported that this can solve the problem you are having and it is really easy to do anyway. You should probably add the commands you are using to your post too.


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you can use simple ifrmae html tag to add video <iframe src = "/_layouts/15/videoembedplayer.aspx?extSrc=/*<file path>*" type = "text/html" />


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Can you skip step 6 and try. Site collection should already exist in DB. Also before taking backup did you set the DB in readonly mode ?


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If all users already moved to different domain then you have to run the migrate user Command for each user. after that user will be able to log in using the Domain2\users. Once migrated then user will no longer available with Domain1\users in sharepoint. stsadm -o migrateuser –oldlogin <domain\name> –newlogin <domain\name> [-ignoresidhistory] ...


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This is 2 step exercise and yes you can keep the permissions intact. you have to move/copy all your required users from Domain A to Domain B. Check this technet for how to move it using powershell. Once all user in Domain B, then you have to run the Migrate User stsadm command to update user profile with correct domain. This will preserve all their ...


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For Flash videos I have created a similar solution using Flowplayer and jQuery. You find the commplete solution for the Content Editor Web Part here. Or you can use the Content Query Web Part as well, as described here. You should store the video files in a document library of SharePoint. The bulk of the CEWP solution: <script ...



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