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Just continue to nest the queries... <And> <Eq>... condition...</Eq> <And> <Eq>... condition...</Eq> <And> <Eq>... condition...</Eq> <And> <Eq>... condition...</Eq> <Eq>... condition...</Eq> ...


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Here are the requirements for 'upload multiple files' The 32 bit version of Internet Explorer. The 64 bit version does not support it and neither do other, non IE, browsers. The STSUpld.UploadCtl IE add-in must be enabled. Office 2003 or newer on the client Client integration will need to be enabled for the web app. For details see this post.


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SPList list = ... list.NoCrawl = true; list.Update(); See MSDN's SPList.NoCrawl property


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You do not need to call SPWeb.Update() because the AllowUnsafeUpdates property is not persisted. (Reference Best Pattern for AllowUnsafeUpdates)


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First thing would be to make sure that the second provider has the "enable client integration" option enabled for the authentication provider used by your app in Central Administration. Second thing would be to compare the actual version of WSS used on each provider. It is possible that the second provider is out of date. Lastly, fire up Fiddler and open ...


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Timer jobs run under the farm account. Have you checked that this account has permissions on your mail server?


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You could also use the Microsoft Threat Management Gateway 2010 (TMG 2010) to publish your SharePoint intranet in a secure way. It could for instance be published on a Web address like https://intranet.yourcompany.com Now, my suggestion does of course require that you are using the TMG as a firewall between the internet and your internal network. But I can ...


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Per Microsoft: Although SP2 for the 2007 Office Desktop products can be uninstalled, you cannot uninstall 2007 Office Servers Service Pack 2 for Office server products. The main reason for this is that the installation of 2007 Office Server Service Pack 2 makes changes to back-end databases, and those database changes are currently unable to be ...


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You can store the site id and other values on the web application property bag. Here is an example on setting and updating the webpapplication properties SPWebApplication webApp = SPWebApplication.Lookup(new Uri(ddlTargetWebApp.SelectedValue)); //I use the site and and the key to identifying them if (webApp.Properties.ContainsKey(siteId + key)) { ...


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The SPListEventReceiver.ListAdded was introduced in SharePoint 2010 and AFAIK it does not exist for SharePoint 2007. Maybe you can change your approach and register your event handler to a list type or a content type.


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YOu need to add the url to IE's Local Intranet Zone on the clients. That way IE will automatically authenticate when visiting that site. The short url is automatically resolved as being part of your local intranet, so will auth. automatically too. I suggest adding *.domain.domainextension to that zone. That way any webapp running in your domain will ...


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You also need to install the iFilter from Adobe in order to allow SharePoint to index the PDFs. The configuration changes you made simply tells SharePoint to index PDF, but the iFilter is actually what does the work. Start here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2293357


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If this is just for sending emails and for all list items I would consider a timer job, it's much easier to control these and you can also schedule them to run periodically if needed. Edit: Yup, there is no OOTB UI for timer jobs configuration and I understand your concern about that. If you want to have the UI flexibility than you should probably go for ...


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WHO WHERE WHAT WHO: Is every user facing this problem or just some of them? If just some having trouble, try to find a connection between them (like same location, same AD-Group, etc) WHERE: Does the problem occur on every site, list, website, site collection -or just on some of it? Try to figure out if the problem ist list, site or site collection related ...


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You're not allowed to install WSS 3.0 on Windows 7 (this ability is added only from SharePoint 2010) Please, read this MSDN article: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyId=EF93E453-75F1-45DF-8C6F-4565E8549C2A&displaylang=en Supported Operating Systems: Windows Server 2003;Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2;Windows Server ...


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You can modify the navigation on this page: http://<server>/_layouts/AreaNavigationSettings.aspx In WSS3.0 this is under Site Actions > Site Settings > (Look and Feel) Quick Launch Then, you can delete the link.


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I would try using SPListList.SystemUpdate() in the event handler. I suspect that you're using SPListItem.Update() at the moment. SystemUpdate() won't change the modified date or user.


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Just finished a support call w/ Microsoft on this...after installing Security Update KB2687356 on a Server 2008 64-bit system, we experienced the same issue. Body not displaying in Summary View on the default homepage of a WSS 3.0 install. Per Microsoft, this is a known issue with that update, and the fix is implemented in Service Pack 3 for Windows ...


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Just to pile on to the existing answers, this seems to be the most comprehensive answer [formatted for better readability]: You cannot use the following characters anywhere in a file name: Tilde Number sign Percent Ampersand Asterisk Braces Backslash Colon Angle brackets Question mark Slash Pipe Quotation mark You ...


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You could create a stsadm batch file to create them all. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262913.aspx


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No, you will need a custom solution for this! For example an asynchronous list item event handler. But be careful with item level permissions - you should not exceed 1000 unqiue security boundaries in a single list. See Software boundaries and limits for SharePoint 2010.


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For moving to SharePoint Online, I would convert the meeting spaces to Office 365 groups and migrate the desired content to the group space. I would recommend a migration tool to assist with this process. So for a migration approach, you would first need to create a Group in Office 365. Once the group is created, you'd need to use a migration tool like ...


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Do you have backups running? You may want to validate that the site collection is not locked in Central Admin: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc263050(v=office.12).aspx Sometimes, the site collection gets stuck in read-only mode when it is in the middle of a backup and a reset happens.


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WSS does not have SSP or a Search Admin section which makes it really difficult to work with and troubleshoot. I don't know how to actually change that reference, but an alias should make it work. Open Central Admin > Operations > Alternate access mappings. Select the appropriate "Alternate Access Mapping Collection" and click "Add Internal URLs" Select ...


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Microsoft does not support FIPS with SharePoint 2010. "SharePoint Server 2010 uses several Windows encryption algorithms for computing hash values that do not comply with Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-2, Security Requirements for Cryptographic Modules. These algorithms are not used for security purposes; they are used for internal ...


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It can be achieved by editing the permission level for a group and revoking the View user information permission.


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Recurring events in SharePoint are very very complex. This post from Stack Overflow should help - https://stackoverflow.com/questions/2811756/update-item-has-recurrence-in-sharepoint Basically the format of a instance of a recurring event is ID=<ID>.0.0.<START DATE OF INSTANCE IN UTC> But Date is in modified ISO 8601 format with a Z on the end ...


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Here are the links: Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 x86 Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 x64 SP1 for WSS 3.0 (both x64 and x86 versions are included)


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Follow these steps: Create another view and change the default view to this view Set permissions for the list from List Settings as 'Limited Contribute - default view' for all users except admin. Edit: 3. Go to Site settings -> Permissions -> Permission levels and create a permission for only viewing the default view. If this does not help: Open the list ...


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If your DLL is placed in the bin\debug or bin\release folders of your project (e.g. "Copy Local" equal to true for your DLL Reference), the DLL will automatically be included in your WSP and deploy according to the DeploymentTarget of your local WSPBuilder.exe.config file. If you are sharing the same DLL across multiple projects, it might make more sense ...


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