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You cant get this done OOTB, the only way you can fix OOTB is increase their permission level to read to all. you can create a workflow which sent the notification when the item added. Or you can try to create a event receiver for same. Another approach is subscribing to the RSS feed of list.


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You would need to create a site collection scoped feature that would create them and add them to the content type gallery if you are not going to use a content type hub. This makes upkeep much more complex, so I'd encourage the use of a hub if possible.


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If you access this from the server itself what happens? If you get a good page the problem is in the delivery (you may need to add your URL for loop back exemption before you can do this). you probably have a application firewall and/or proxy device between the workstation you are browsing from and the servers them selves, blocking the traffic. If for some ...


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No SQL Server 2008 is not part of SP Foundation 2010. are you sure it is installed along with SPF 2010 installation? SQL Server is not free and you need to have a license for it.


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That should work for most needs. You don't have some of the template features for the look and feel, and a lot of the advanced document management stuff isn't in Foundations, but basic document libraries are there and that works for most people's needs if they just want a repository.


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The reasons to use content types rather than adding columns: If you have two disparate types of information in one list/library. ex: A list that has purchase requests for new employees and for new equipment. If you are going to use the same type of information on multiple sites/lists/libraries. ex: You have a content type that inherits from document that ...


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Check password for this user XYZ\mc-sps3e-pool, maybe it was expired or changed. Also check if your AD is up and running.


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Images in Publishing Library should be published to enabled caching. If not, the the image response will include 304, which will need to go back to the server to check if the image has changed. Though 304 requests are served from browser cache, it still has to take a roundtrip to server to confirm the image has not changed. Hope it helps.


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You can use the powershell command. first export the subsite [Export-SPWeb][2] -Identity -Path [-ItemUrl ] [-IncludeUserSecurity] [-IncludeVersions] [-NoFileCompression] [-GradualDelete] [-Verbose] Now you need to import it at desitnation: [Import-SPWeb][3] [-Identity] <SPWebPipeBind> -Path <String> [-ActivateSolutions ...



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