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Andrew Connell has written one for 2007 and for 2010, they are pretty well received.


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It can be different things. Maybe an image on the page that users have no access to? Maybe a web part pointing to a list that users have no access to? To help more you must provide information on what's on the page also. To error search yourself you can add ?contents=1 to the url and then manually shut down all web parts on the page. A good trick when ...


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No is unfortunately the correct answer as their is no permission setting that directly controls the upload functionality. You could possibly develop your own custom template in code that disables this functionality but I have confirmed that on SharePoint 2010 this cannot be disabled either.


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Part of the response for each list is the attribute BaseType which is a string representation of the numeric value from the enumeration SPBaseType for each list. BaseType="1" for DocumentLibrary


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I managed to find an answer… After some ‘playing’ I noticed that there are two attributes that control this behaviour. They are: StartOffset and EndOffset. According to the SDK we have these: StartOffset [BindableAttribute(true)] [DefaultValueAttribute(-1)] [CategoryAttribute("Picker")] [DescriptionAttribute("Value betweeen -12 and 0")] public int ...


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OK here is what I got so far... I created a class library project and put in the following code: Option Strict On Option Explicit On Public Class InputFormSection Inherits Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.InputFormSection End Class I removed the default Root namespace from Visual Studio (VB.Net only), strong named, added references and placed the ...


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If you can use C# to find out what username to filter for you could try to use the Filter Web Part to filter a standard XSLTListViewWebPart. It should accept FilterName and FilterValue. If you can't use the built in Filter Web Part you could write your own. Another option is to refresh the page with the query string for this, like: ...


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Are you sure the web.config is referencing to the right dll? So to check goto the assembly and find the dll file Telerik.Web.UI.dll. See the name matches the safe control, same witht the public key and version!!! From what i can see you have Version=2010.3.1215.20 but isnt that for later versions not wss 3.0? shouldnt it be somthing like 2008.1.512.20 ...


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Add below tag under section of web.config of the web application where you are using it and create a folder "C:\TempImageFiles" <add path="ChartImg.axd" verb="GET,HEAD,POST" type="System.Web.UI.DataVisualization.Charting.ChartHttpHandler, System.Web.DataVisualization, Version=3.5.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35" validate="false" ...


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I have done this and recommend that you follow what i have done: SharePoint 2003 – SQL server 2000 1) Run prescan.exe 2003, check there are no errors before proceeding 2) Go to Central admin – Click on “SharePoint Portal Server” – Under “Portal Site and Virtual Server Configuration” select “Configure virtual server settings from the Virtual Server List ...


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Firstly, you cannot stop lockout attacks. Remember that if you have a user's username, you can do a lockout attach from any machine by just trying to log on multiple times with the same password. That being said, what you want to do here is to create a domain group which contains all the users you want to allow access for and only add that group to the ...


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There isn't much to help out with as you have pretty much described the whole problem and pointed to the solution. You should be able to either copy the GACUTIL from the old server or install the Windows SDK on the new server which should have a copy of it there as well. Once you have added your custom DLLs to the GAC, your site should work properly. In ...


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Somehow the user is not fully connected to the sitecollection. Remove the user from the site info users list (sitecollection url/_layouts/people.aspx?MembershipGroupId=0). Through this action the user will lose all his rights in the sitecollection. The next step is reassign the user with rights to the sitecollection. Now the user will have acces.


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Your code is executed at run-time. A constant is hard coded in the assembly. So it won't possible to create a constant on the fly (even semantically, it does not make sense). As Moss is a superset of WSS, do you actually have to distinguish? In such cases, I would simply put all WSS compatible in a first project and its set of features, and all ...


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Writing to the eventlog could be due to missing windows permissions. The timer job runs in a windows service which doesn't have a web.config. An event receiver runs in whatever process causing the event. So if you try to read the web.config of the current process it'll fail. If you try to reach out into the file system to read the web.config, then it might ...


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SharePoint 2007 has a known issue where if you delete the default ListViewWebPart from one of the default pages associated with a list that it has the effect of breaking several aspects of the list. Usually the first area where this noticed is the 'New' functionality on the list menu stops working properly but the effect you are seeing is also possible. I ...


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On SBS 2003 you will have to do a side by side install. You can use WSS3 to support team sites, but you still need WSS2 to keep all the integrated functions from the built in company web. You can remove WSS2 and only have WSS3 but you none of the built in integration points will work. Technet article ...


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This MSDN blog has links to warmup script for SharePoint. This Andrew Connell post has some guidance as well. My favourite is this one that uses Powershell



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