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Expired Sessions are not being Deleted from the ASP.NET Session State Database
**UPDATE** Based on comments from readers I had to revisit this topic and admittedly I was confusing two different topics! The ASP.Net Session Service and the State Session Service. I have updated the content in this article and welcome additional edits. If you see something wrong, then speak up!! Thanks...
9 Sep 2013
SSRS 2012 Cannot Create Managed Account
Synopsis: When preparing to perform an in-place upgrade of SSRS 2008 R2 SP1 (SharePoint Integrated Mode) to SSRS 2012, be sure that the current SSRS service account is *not* already a SharePoint managed account. Details: One of my latest tasks has been to assist a customer with an upgrade...
14 May 2012
Blob Size Never Reduces When Using RBS with SharePoint 2010
So last week I had a customer let me know that after configuring RBS (remote blob storage) with their SharePoint Server 2010 environment they noticed that the blob size was not reducing after they would delete a document from the SharePoint library. So we begin investigation into what it takes to make...
13 Feb 2012
Be Wary of Powershell Tab Complete!!
This post is just a quick warning to be wary – or at least aware of – the tab complete functionality in Powershell. I had a customer contact me today and tell me that they had inadvertently hosed their SharePoint 2010 Claims enabled site. The email went something like this… We were trying to modify the...
20 Jan 2012
Broken trust after configuring ADFS v2 and a single DC
This is not a critical issue by any means as I doubt this will occur in a real production environment; however I feel the need to alert everyone to a possible issue that will render their DC unusable. I’ve been playing around with ADFS v2 and SharePoint 2010 for a customer issue. Until recently I’ve...
20 Jan 2012
Instead of the Default View 'All Site Content' links to List Settings
In Windows SharePoint Service v3 (WSSv3) and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (MOSS), there is a link in the Quick Launch area of sub webs (unless it's been hidden or disabled) titled "View All Site Content". This link will navigate to an ASPX page in the Layouts folder called ViewLsts.aspx which...
2 Dec 2011
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