Joe Rodgers

Various posts on my daily findings with SharePoint 2003 and SharePoint 2007

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  • Blog Post: Lastest WSS and MOSS Patches - 10/2008

    Please refer to the newest updates, posted here: UPDATED: 12/11/2008 - 957693 was relased with 957175 built in (they are identical patches [complicated stort as to why this had to be]), so if you have installed...
  • Blog Post: Lastest WSS and MOSS Patches - 9/2008

    For those of you that are building a new WSS and/or MOSS farm, I've assembled a list of the patches you will need to build a "lastest and greatest" farm. The list below is published for an RTM farm, but if you have a farm in production already, you only need to install the patches dated after your current...
  • Blog Post: WSS and MOSS Infrastructure Updates Released

    Today we released some very important updates for WSS 3.0, SharePoint 2007, Project Server 2007, Search Server 2008 (Full and Express) and Project Professional 2007. This updates includes fixes for several areas of the product, including search, content deployment, performance and some core platform...
  • Blog Post: A SharePoint "Related" Patch

    There's an IIS 6.0 update that recently came out that should be applied to all WSS/MOSS servers, as it often falls victim. JB has more on his blog at: You can get the details at
  • Blog Post: Windows SharePoint Services & Microsoft Office SharePoint Server hotfixes for March 27, 2008

    The latest post SP1 global WSS and MOSS patches are: Description of the SharePoint Server 2007 hotfix package: March 27, 2008 Description of the Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 hotfix package: March 27, 2008
  • Blog Post: Blank IIS Manager on Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Servers

    If you are experiencing a opening a blank IIS 6.0 server manager snapin and/or seeing Event IDs 7076, 6398, and 6482 in the App Log, check out KB 946517 for a hotfix for a recent issue found with the IIS 6.0 ADSI Provider.
  • Blog Post: Keep Tabs on Newly published content for MOSS 2007

    Wanna keep tabs on new MOSS 2007 TechNet articles being published? Check out this TechNet site under the Office SharePoint Server 2007 content site.
  • Blog Post: Grant Users Admin Access to all Site Collections per Web Application

    In SharePoint 2003, we had an option in the central admin to add users and/or domain groups to a group called "SharePoint Administrators". This group was granted full control for all site collections within the farm. Many customers took full advantage of this solution, in particular larger organizations...
  • Blog Post: Forms Authentication with WSS 3.0 & MOSS 2007

    Steve Peschka has released a great three-part article on Forms Authentication. If you are planning on hosting a multi-authentication environment, these article are a must read. Steve provides some sample web.config settings and also offers some troubleshooting tips for getting your FBA site up and running...
  • Blog Post: Announcing the Microsoft iFilter Pack

    For all you folks that have been waiting for Microsoft to release an iFilter pack for Office 2007 file formats, you wait is over. Not only do we search Office 2007 files, but we've included support for crawling ZIP files, which I bet a lot people will take advantage of. The complete list of iFilters...
  • Blog Post: The database <databasename> on <Server>\Microsoft##SSEE is not accessible to missing Windows Internal Database signatures

    One of the more frequent issues we are seeing with the installation of our most recent WSS v3 hotfix, KB934525 , is the error message "The database <databasename> on server\Microsoft##SSEE is not accessible to missing Windows Internal Database signatures" being logged in the server event log. ...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Hotfix and SP Deployment

    I seen a few instances of companies attempting to use HFNetChkPro to deploy WSS 3.0 and MOSS 2007 hotfixes to their farm environments. Hotfixes and service packs for WSS 3.0 and MOSS 2007 do not install like "normal" patches we see for the O/S. SharePoint requires unique patch deployment steps, which...
  • Blog Post: Create a New SharePoint Permission Level and Bind it to an Existing SharePoint Group

    This example will create a new permission level, called Example_xxxxxxxxxxx. After creation, it binds the permission level to an existing SharePoint Group called Foo. using (SPSite site = new SPSite( "http://moss/sites/PermExample" )) { using (SPWeb rootWeb = site.RootWeb) { string permissionLevelName...
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