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Package a WSP Right click your project in the right column. Then click "Publish". A dialog will open, where you will get to choose where to place the resulting .wsp file. After clicking "Publish" your project will be build and then packaged in the selected location. Make sure to have the Solution configuration set to Release when building for production. ...


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Well, yes it will. If you have compiled it and packaged it (in a .wsp or .app depending on the technology you use to develop) it will not have any relations to a specific Visual Studio instance


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The list instance was created on the site on which you activated the feature. Your list should be in a web-scoped feature. Site-scoped features are for site scoped things like master pages, content types and web parts. They will not cause web-scoped things like lists to become automatically provisioned on subwebs. This means every subsite you want the ...


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In SharePoint you can configure the outgoing email settings at two locations in the Central Admin. First, there is a global setting at Central Admin -> System Settings -> Configure outgoing e-mail settings (that is what was asked in the original question). Second, you can configure an alternative setting for each of the web applications at Central ...


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If you have the privileges to do so, make a change in the system registry. [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Office\12.0\InfoPath\Designer\RestrictedFeatures] "CodeAllowed"=dword:00000001 Restart InfoPath and the Programming option should be available from the Tools menu.


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The method that works best if you have a powerful enough pc (quad core with 16 gig of ram) is to use hyper-v to set up a VM running SharePoint and Visual Studio. You can follow these TechNet instructions - SharePoint 2010 Setup a Development Environment. Failing that and without going down the path of sandbox solutions you have very little choice other than ...



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