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I prefer to do this in code in a custom provisioning provider (SPWebProvisioningProvider). The following kind of code should do the trick: SPWeb web = SPContext.Current.Web; SPList list = web.GetList …
answered Aug 19 '10 by Lars Fastrup
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You can add any filetype as Toni explains. Just remember that you also need to find and install the appropriate ifilters on the index server. Otherwise the contents of the files is not indexed. But th …
answered Sep 28 '11 by Lars Fastrup
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Does anyone know how to provision the UPA so that the ProfilePropertyService.svc actually works? I am getting the error below in all our environments if I try to access the service directly from a bro …
asked May 23 '12 by Lars Fastrup
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No, this is technically not possible! The SharePoint API does not provide any means of programmatically creating a workflow history without actually running the workflows. You could of course copy the …
answered Feb 13 '17 by Lars Fastrup
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Got it myself now! It turned out that the interal clock on the WFE server was about 10 minutes ahead of the clock on the Application server hosting the User Profile Application. WCF does not accept th …
answered May 31 '12 by Lars Fastrup
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The IIS Application Pool recycles every night and needs to be warmed up again. You can check in IIS what time it is configured to recycle. If you do not have warm-up in place then the first user will …
answered Jan 19 '17 by Lars Fastrup
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Store Service (SharePoint Server 2010) You will not need Kerberos or the Secure Store if the user context does not matter. In that case you can simply access the external database with the IIS application pool account, i.e. use SPSecurity.RunWithElevatedPrivileges in your Web Part. …
answered Dec 22 '11 by Lars Fastrup
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I see two solutions to this question: You will need a search box that redirects users to the SP2010 search center. But with WSS 3.0 it is not possible to configure a search center url for the built- …
answered May 25 '12 by Lars Fastrup
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The free edition of CopyMove for SharePoint can do this for SharePoint 2007. The SP2010 version is coming later this year.
answered Aug 18 '10 by Lars Fastrup
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The advanced search dialog does not support this. You will need to implement a custom search Web part that leverage the NULL Predicate in an SQL search query.
answered Jun 8 '11 by Lars Fastrup
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No, not directly! The built-in SharePoint 2010 workflow action Send an Email adds a tag for each line break in the HTML source. Unfortunately, it does not have a property to disable this behaviour …
answered Aug 14 '12 by Lars Fastrup
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SharePoint Search does by default not index unapproved items as well as draft versions (minor versions). This is so because the search crawling account only has read access to the content and only use …
answered Jun 8 '11 by Lars Fastrup
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Does it work if you search from the custom zone? My guess is that the search security trimming rejects all results when you are searching from the default zone that does not use a NTLM authentication …
answered Jun 8 '11 by Lars Fastrup
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You will need to configure the search box from the Site Collection > Site Settings > Search Settings page. Enable Custom Scopes and select the dropdown mode Do not show scopes dropdown, and default to …
answered Sep 18 '12 by Lars Fastrup
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Poor performance is usually the result of a combination of these factors: Bad application design like custom Web parts taking too long to render. Too many Web parts on slow pages. Disk IO bottleneck …
answered Sep 28 '11 by Lars Fastrup