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Feb
28
comment Why does the scrollbar for Chrome users hide sometimes?
I didn't believe it, but here is the source to the claim that SP1 supports Chrome: technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff925944.aspx, though note this is for OWA, I can't find one for SP2010 itself.
Feb
27
comment Sharepoint 2010 Development Environment Set-up
SharePoint on development machines is licensed either through an MSDN license or part of your VL agreement. You certainly do not need to buy the full enterprise license if the farm is not for production use.
Feb
23
comment Failed to detect if this server is joined to a server farm
STSADM.EXE is located by default in the folder "C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\12\BIN"
Feb
23
answered Failed to detect if this server is joined to a server farm
Feb
23
comment Failed to detect if this server is joined to a server farm
C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts
Feb
21
comment SharePoint 2010 deployment scenario for Intranet + HR records
Thanks, that's a great update!
Feb
21
comment SharePoint 2010 deployment scenario for Intranet + HR records
How many users? Which SharePoint services do you need? Do you plan to use this platform for future applications? What format are the documents? How many are there? How large are they (per document, total size)?
Feb
17
comment Hotfix installation on SharePoint 2010 farm?
To clarify 3 (and then 4): You can install the package in parallel. When you get to the config wizard portion, you can run this in parallel as well. With SP2010 the first server will lock the configuration database and the other servers will take turns to complete.
Feb
2
comment Remove an Application Pool in SharePoint 2010
Do not delete SharePoint application pools directly from IIS
Feb
2
comment SP2010 psconfig fails trying to configure farm after installing language packs
Have you retried running psconfig or viewing the tracing log to see the conflict as per the note in the diagnostic log?
Jan
31
comment Pricing an upgrade from 2007 to 2010 for a customer?
Guh, more things to consider. Do you have dev/test/qa/staging environments? Will these be upgraded as well? At this point, let me repeat what a Wise man once said: There are way too many variables to be able to provide an answer to your estimate question but hopefully the questions above will help get you started on understanding what all is involved.
Jan
31
comment Pricing an upgrade from 2007 to 2010 for a customer?
Dammit. More thoughts. Are we upgrading/buying new hardware? And how about software licenses? SharePoint server is one thing, but are we also going from Windows Server 2003 to 2008? And SQL Server? How many users in the farm? If you currently have a per-processor license and your new server(s) have more processors, then you'll need additional licenses.
Jan
31
comment Pricing an upgrade from 2007 to 2010 for a customer?
Well, now there I go thinking about things. OP wants to know pricing information. You'll need to look at how many people will be involved, what are their roles, what are their rates, etc. Is this a fixed-fee or time and materials engagement?
Jan
31
comment Pricing an upgrade from 2007 to 2010 for a customer?
This list is pretty comprehensive, I would only add the suggestion of running stsadm -o preupgradecheck to get a feel of the pain you're in for
Jan
26
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Jan
19
comment Opening AutoCAD DWG Files from SharePoint 2010
I'm trying to understand the SPS2003 connection. Did DWG files in your SPS2003 farm open in the correct client program? Also, what CAD applications are installed on the XP machines?
Jan
19
comment User Profile Application service was inaccessible - ProfilePropertyService.svc has exceeded the allotted timeout
While I appreciate your desire to determine the root cause, I have a suspicion this issue will be hard to reproduce, it may have been a freak coincidence. I would suggest monitoring the farm for this to happen again, the good news is that you have a resolution for when it does.
Jan
16
comment STSADM: Scripting activaton/deactivation of web app level features
My assumption about what you're asking is that the web application feature is inactive and after running the activatefeature operation it is still inactive. Is this correct?
Jan
16
comment Fast Search Server 2010 Crawl
Technically, though you are not likely to experience a difference. Think of the crawler like a user who is just quickly viewing every page you have in your farm. This user waits for the page (and all linked inline content like images) to load completely and then "clicks" a link on the page, repeating the process. This "user" isn't even uploading documents or editing items so they're not really causing a heavy load. The real load is on your crawl server as it is building the index as it crawls the content. If your crawler is your WFE then maybe that could be an issue in the future.
Jan
13
answered Fast Search Server 2010 Crawl