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All of my customers, without exception, at some point realize they need a central knowledge management solution where they would maintain relevant information – usually .Net Performance and Security in my case. The need is dictated by demand to quickly create and share knowledge across the teams.
MS Sharepoint 2003/2007 is an excellent choice to very quickly set up a team site where all relevant info nuggets can be maintained in a way that is easy to consume.
All of my customers, without exception, use either Sharepoint 2003 or Sharepoint 2007. Creating simple Sharepoint team site was a natural choice.
The content was extracted from Guidance Explorer. These are the steps I have taken to implement my .Net Performance and Security Knowledge Management solutions with Sharepoint 2007:
Your end result should look similar to the following. Use radio buttons to filter the relevant items and find relevant information gold nugget quickly. You can also use a keyword search that is built into Sharepoint.
From my field observation there are two strong trends with enterprise customers:
Using Sharepoint 2003/2007 and Guidance Explorer content provides a great starting point of building your own Knowledge Management solution in no time.
See online demo here - Security Engineering QA. Try clicking on radio buttons on the left.
Download Sharepoint 2007 site template including the content.
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I decided to ran Process Monitor to understand what's happening under the hood, while filtering the activity of my setup.exe:
After reviewing the output I've noticed that the install program gets mixed with the path where the installation resides (notice the space between "Partition" and "E"):
I decided to move the installation folder into something conventional like C:\Setup. After that the installation started and finished successfully.
Do not panic - use free Sysinternals tools to solve your problems :). Shana Tova!
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I must thank Rahul from ACE Team for sharing some of the above nuggets with me.