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Hossein Aarabi is an enterprise architect who assists organizations implement and drive value from solutions based on Microsoft SharePoint.


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comment Opening SharePoint Central Admin throws an error
Are you running the latest Service Pack (SP 3) of SP 2007?
Dec
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comment Opening SharePoint Central Admin throws an error
What happens when you right click the CA site and run as administrator?
Dec
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comment Opening SharePoint Central Admin throws an error
After you ran the SharePoint Product Configuration Wizard, I assume you received a successful message. Do you see any warnings in the logs after running the wizard?
Dec
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comment SharePoint 2010 — Visual Studio Project Structure
The important thing to remember is that you should maintain consistency and clarity when designing your project structure. You should also watch out of long solution/project/file names. I have seen people use the project namespace as the project name, later causing long path issues. I personally try to keep the file names short but descriptive enough.
Dec
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comment Critial Error: Site xxx does not need to be upgraded
No, please see update 1 screenshot.
Dec
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comment Most Efficient Way to Scan Large Volume of Records/Documents into SharePoint
Agree with you 100% that we should keep the content DBs under recommended supported limit. That is have many small (manageable) content DBs, instead of few large ones.
Dec
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comment Most Efficient Way to Scan Large Volume of Records/Documents into SharePoint
The use of BLOB storage is not necessarily a good option if the documents and records, on average, are < (80 - 100) KB (download.microsoft.com/download/2/C/D/…) But, I will surely use this option for very large documents, records, and assets.
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comment Most Efficient Way to Scan Large Volume of Records/Documents into SharePoint
1. I will use the Content organizer feature to route the records to the appropriate record center, once I have the records scanned and uploaded into SP. 2. I will use the built-in IFilter of the Windows Server to OCR TIFF records. 3. I am interested to find a proven scanning infrastructure hardware/software solution. I am guessing HP or Xerox have some sort of software to make the process of scanning and importing docs/records into SP easier.