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  • Blog Post: SharePoint Capacity Planning Links

    Here is a list of links related to capacity planning and Plan for Performance and Capacity (Office SharePoint Server) Design the Logical Architecture Determine Hardware and Software Requirements (Office SharePoint Server) Tools for Performance and Capacity Planning (Office SharePoint Server) Visual Studio...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Designer - Value does not fall within the expected range error

    I've been fighting with this error for a few days now after many searches, trials, uninstalls and re-installs the issue is fixed. Ready for it.... Use the machine name instead of localhost when you open the site. That worked for me...I hope it works for you.
  • Blog Post: Integrating MOSS and Commerce Server-Post 1

    As I type this, I am waiting for my DC to reboot. I am going to start on a journey to integrate MOSS and Commerce Server 2007 while chronicling my learnings here. I am still in the beginning stages of my development. I've set up my MOSS server, and I have my CS 2007 instance up and running. First step...
  • Blog Post: Searching fileshares with SharePoint Server 2007

    I recently set up a lab with a DC and MOSS box and SQL box, not VPC's or VServers, but actual hardware. The plan is have an environment where I can recreate scenarios, problems etc. I ran across a problem where I wanted to search a file share on my network AND I didn't want anyone to know where the actual...
  • Blog Post: Just released - SQL Server 2005 Report Packs

    These free report packs will simplify your report tasks, improve your business visibility and speed your decision making. One of the report packs is for SharePoint Portal 2003 and consists of " eight predefined reports and a sample database to easily visualize and author managed reports such as site...
  • Blog Post: How many clicks does it take you to administer your SharePoint Environment? (too many!)

    A good friend of mine has built what has to be the next killer application for SharePoint. Here is the information: Check out the “ Universal SharePoint Manager” (USPM) with centralized holistic management for your entire SharePoint environment. Overview of USPM Features: USPM is packed with...
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